Bennett to Likud: Man up, put your name on smear campaign

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December 23, 2012 15:05

 
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Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett lashed out at Likud on Sunday saying it should "man up" and put its name on its campaigns, referring to unsigned adverts denouncing Bennett, that appeared in several newspapers. In the meantime, Likud admitted that it was behind the campaign.

"They want to spread slander about me? No problem - but don't do it anonymously."

Criticism of hit Bennett from both sides of the political spectrum after he said on Thursday that as an IDF reservist, his conscience would not allow him to evacuate settlements. 


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