Herzog says right-wing 'incitement reminiscent of days leading to Rabin assassination'

February 5, 2015 12:09

Isaac Herzog, the head of the Zionist Union ticket, told Channel 2 on Thursday that his opponents in the nationalist camp are engaged in “incitement that reminds him of the days leading up to the Rabin assassination.”

Herzog, who is hoping to amass enough votes to enable him to form a government that would replace the coalition headed by the incumbent premier, Benjamin Netanyahu, rejected accusations from Likud and Bayit Yehudi candidates that the ZU list was comprised of “anti-Zionists.”

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