MK Michael Ben-Ami (National Union) on Sunday said that "20 years after
Rabbi Kahane's murder, the Likud has admitted that Rabbi Kahane
was right," in reaction to the cabinet passing changes to the
Citizenship Law requiring a loyalty oath of new citizens.
"It is refreshing to hear the Likud government, that haunted Rabbi
Kahane, wants the Arabs to sign a loyalty oath," Ben-Ami said in his
statement. "It was admitted today that what Rabbi Kahane state 20 years
ago was correct and proper," he said.