Gabbay: 'The people of Israel saw an insecure PM'

August 9, 2017 22:06


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The leader of the Zionist Union Avi Gabbay responded to the speech made by Benjamin Netanyahu during the Likud support rally on Wednesday by saying that "the people of Israel had seen an insecure prime minister who is attacking a state attorney [office[ and police [both with] directors he appointed himself."

"The prime minister will divide, attack, and try to draw attention from the handicapped and the real problems of the people of Israel," he said, "and we will unite and give back the leadership the people need." 

"Netanyahu always says the people are with him", said Gabbay, "I call on him to check it out during an election."

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