Feiglin: Netanyahu will bring disengagement to Jerusalem

April 29, 2010 16:26


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Moshe Feiglin, who heads the Jewish Leadership faction within the Likud which opposes Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's plan to delay internal elections, said Thursday that “it seems  Netanyahu thinks that a true Likudnik will split up Jerusalem.”

"If, God forbid, Netanyahu's proposal [to push off Likud internal elections by 20 months] passes, there is nothing to stop him from doing what [former prime minister Ariel] Sharon did, only this time it will not be in Gush Katif, but in Jerusalem," he said.

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