Feiglin equates peace with Egypt with bribery

February 9, 2012 23:44


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Likud activist Moshe Feiglin equated the peace deal with Egypt to bribery, saying that it does not represent true peace.

Speaking with Israel Radio on Thursday, Feiglin rejected comments by his rival Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, against whom Feiglin competed with in the Likud primaries late last month, who said that Likud has "made peace in the pass and, God willing, will usher in peace in the future."

"That's not real peace," Feiglin said.

The Likud activist was defeated by Netanyahu in the Likud primaries, taking roughly one quarter of votes.

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