Livni condemns threatening letters sent to haredi MKs

November 22, 2010 11:37


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After United Torah Judaism MKs received envelopes containing unidentified white powder and letters rife with anti-Semitic rhetoric on Sunday, opposition leader Tzipi Livni said she condemns such actions, according to the Kadima spokesperson.

"I have strong arguments with haredi MKs. It's no secret. Today I heard that some of the MKs received threatening letters and racist statements against them. As someone who has strong arguments with them, I am the first to say that such actions should be condemened outright," Livni said. 

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