Kadima: Netanyahu is harming Israel with 'Boycott Law'

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July 11, 2011 23:20

 
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Kadima slammed the Netanyahu government following a vote in the Knesset, in which the "Boycott Bill" was passed Monday night.

"The Netanyahu government is harming Israel and it is the first that needs to pay the price of the boycott law and its damage," the party said in a statement.

"Netanyahu today crossed a red line of foolish politics and national irresponsibility as he knew the meaning of the bill and its severity." The prime minister acted with "political weakness and complete surrender to the radical right that is in control of the Likud," the statement added.

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