Likud: Terror attack shows that Livni-Herzog government would divide Jerusalem

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February 22, 2015 20:24

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling Likud faction warned on Sunday that a left-wing government headed by the Zionist Union would divide Jerusalem "and bring Hamas into the heart" of the capital.

The Likud issued a statement shortly after Sunday’s stabbing attack perpetrated by a Palestinian terrorist near Jerusalem’s Old City.

“The attack this evening took place after Tzipi Livni, the Labor Party’s hidden candidate for the premiership, once again said that she was willing to consider a division of Jerusalem,” the statement read. “If Tzipi and Buji (Labor Party chief Isaac Herzog’s nickname) form a left-wing government, Hamas will be in the heart of Jerusalem.”

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