Bayit Hayehudi's Yogev: Bennett did not call for refusal

December 21, 2012 11:14


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Bayit Hayehudi candidate Moti Yogev on Friday came out in support of party leader Naftali Bennett's statements endorsing conscientious objection to expelling settlers, saying Bennett did not call for refusing orders.

"He did not call for refusing orders," Yogev said in an interview with Israel Radio. "He said on a personal, emotional level that he wouldn't be able to, and would be willing to pay for it. Nobody called publicly for refusing IDF orders."

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