Likud: Livni encouraging international pressure on Israel

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September 6, 2011 12:22

 
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The Likud party on Tuesday said in a statement that Kadima and opposition leader Tzipi Livni are encouraging increased international pressure on Israel.

The statement came in response to a Bloomberg column Tuesday morning which said that the White House has grown increasingly resentful of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's policy, and subsequent comments by Livni who said Netanyahu's "political obsession affects the strategic and security interests of Israel and its citizens and degrades the state into a political and social abyss, which has never been seen before."

The Likud statement said that Israel needs a leader like Netanyahu right now, when thousands of rockets are fired at Israel from a Gaza that is growing increasingly into "the state of Hamastan."

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