Livni in Pessah clip: Legitimacy must be restored to Israel

April 17, 2011 13:40


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There are still those today who do not accept our existence and our country's leadership must make decisions to restore legitimacy to the State of Israel, opposition leader Tzipi Livni said in a special Kadima Pessah video greeting released Sunday.

Livni said Israel's legitimacy "was lost in recent years due to a lack of decision-making," and that the country must have the legitimacy to fight terror, "the same terror that targets children on a school bus and while they are sleeping in their beds."

The Kadima leader said she hoped captured IDF soldier Gilad Schalit and other missing soldiers "would return home to their families," and that "the decision to be free is a decision I wish for everyone to have this holiday."

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