Kadima MK: Victory of Left in US will be mimicked in Israel

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November 7, 2012 10:00

 
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Kadima MK Shlomo Molla attacked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for what he alleged was intervention in US elections, and hinted that the victory of the Left in the US would be mimicked in domestic Israeli elections.

"The prime minister hurt Israel in his arrogant and incomprehensible involvement [in US elections] on the side of Mitt Romney," he said. "In these elections America coped with questions that Republicans chose to ignore, including: the treatment of minorities, the strong versus the weak, and the treatment of tycoons. Does that remind you of anything?"

"It's clear that the US election results will affect the Israeli election [results] and I hope the Right will do its homework here as well."

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