'Eight words and a poster are not worthy alternative to a government'

January 19, 2019 12:46
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Aliya and Integration Minister Yoav Gallant criticized the Israel Resilience party leader Benny Gantz on Saturday, saying that "eight words and a poster are not worthy alternative to a government."

"It is plain innocence to lead a nation with no experience in some of the issues we are dealing with," Gallant addressed Gantz. "I did not join politics and immediately claim we need change, Israel has good leadership, and before you claim you want to replace it, experience it first, this is not the military.""The Likud will win the upcoming elections, Benjamin Netanyahu will remain Prime Minister, and the rest are but ripples in the water," Gallant conveyed. "The Likud is stronger than it was before."

Gallant also addressed the threats Israel is dealing with, saying that Israel focused on "dealing with the terror tunnels from Gaza and Lebanon," and claimed that Israel's next goal is to "remove Iran from Syria."

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