Livni slams Likud Beytenu following calls to annex Area C

January 2, 2013 07:30


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Following comments made on Tuesday by Likud politicians calling on Israel to annex Area C, Tzipi Livni said in response that Likud Beytenu "is an extreme Right party that will lead us to the destruction of Zionism and to the formation of a two-nations state."

Livni also asserted that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will partner up with Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett and will "turn Israel to a boycotted, isolated, outcasted country, and essentially a not Jewish country."

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