Barkat calls on Gantz to backtrack on Netanyahu criticism

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
February 19, 2019 21:41
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Former mayor of Jerusalem and Likud candidate Nir Barkat responded to Israel Resilience leader Benny Gantz's speech Tuesday evening, saying "that's not how a paratrooper behaves, and certainly not a former chief of staff."

"Even during an election period, there are things that are not done and said, and even when there is criticism, it should be said in a factual and respectful way towards a prime minister who represents the State of Israel vis-à-vis the entire world.""Benny, don't sling mud at a prime minister who risked his life, was wounded and lost his brother, all for the sake of Israel's security," Barkat wrote, calling on Gantz to backtrack on his statement.



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