Bennett strikes back at Likud: Stop smear campaign!

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN,
January 4, 2013 02:01

 
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Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett struck back at the Likud’s attacks on his party on Thursday, pleading with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to stop harming the Right bloc.

Speaking at an event at Ariel University, Bennett responded to charges from the Likud that Bayit Yehudi’s Knesset candidates included extremists and people who favor discrimination against women and homosexuals.

“When the Likud saw that attacking me did not work, they switched to an attack on my party’s candidates by twisting their words and taking them out of context,” Bennett said. “I tell my friends in the Likud: Enough with the hatred. This is not the way to build a state, and this is not the way to stop us.”

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