Likud responds to Ehud Barak's endorsement of Herzog

March 16, 2015 11:55


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The Likud party on Monday responded to former prime minister Ehud Barak's endorsement of Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog for prime minister.

Barak and Herzog are joining again like they did in 1999 to bring about concessions withdrawals and dividing Jerusalem, the party said in a statement.

"The last time they brought about the second Intifada and buses blowing up in the heart of our cities. This time, they"are again using left-wing organizations with millions of dollars flowing from abroad in order to bring up the Arab vote turnout. The only way to stop it is by having more votes to Likud."

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