Liberman slams Likud, 'those not yielding to terror should vote for me'

February 16, 2019 12:53
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Former Defense Minister and leader of Yisrael Beiteinu Avigdor Liberman took to social media on Saturday to slam Likud, saying that "those who think pre-election quiet justifies yielding to terror - let them vote Likud, those who think differently must vote Yisrael Beiteinu ." 

Liberman noted that on Friday an IDF officer was wounded during clashes with Palestinian protesters on the Gaza Strip border and incendiary balloons were used to attack southern Israel. In addition, Shin Bet exposed last week a Hamas network that attempted to recruit Israeli-Arabs using satellite. 

One of the users responded by saying "weren't you Defense Minister up until now? had your chance and did nothing, leave the keys for someone else." 

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