At 'Post' conference, Livni reject comparisons to Holocaust

December 12, 2012 11:19


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Hatnua (The Tzipi Livni Party) head Tzipi Livni told The Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference on Wednesday that she rejects comparisons between the situation Israeli is currently faced with and the Holocaust.

"I cannot accept comparisons between today and the Holocaust," said Livni. "There are no similarities whatsoever between the situation of Israeli civilians today and that of Jews in Europe then."

Her comments came after Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman slammed the international community for abandoning Israel, and warned that Israel would not allow itself to become a "second Czechoslovakia."

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