Kadima calls PM's response to Lior arrest, 'fearful, weak'

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June 28, 2011 19:38

 
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Kadima on Tuesday condemned as "fearful and weak"  Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's response to the arrest of Kiryat Arba Chief Rabbi Dov Lior in which he said the "law applies to everyone."

"After a thundering and embarrassing silence that lasted all day Netanyahu utters a pile of words that says nothing and does not support the rule of law as the prime minister of Israel should be expected to do. Netanyahu deals with narrow political considerations," a statement by the opposition party asserted.



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