Ben Barak: People get a whiff of elections, rush to own Syrian strikes

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 12, 2019 13:05
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Former deputy Mossad Chief Ram Ben Barak said on Saturday that "up until a year and a half ago nobody spoke about the strikes in Syria, when [people] got a whiff of elections suddenly everyone wants to take ownership of them."
 
Speaking in a Yesh Atid event in Ramat Yishai, Ben Barak, who is a member of the party and is running in the upcoming April elections, said that "[Prime Minister] Benjamin Netanyahu is a dangerous man as on the path to maintain power he is willing to do almost everything and turn one group against the other in [Israeli] society."

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