MK: PM can learn from Olmert, Livni, on coping with terror

November 12, 2012 10:04


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Kadima MK Yoel Hasson on Monday attacked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for what he viewed as a weak response to ongoing Palestinian rocket fire.

"I propose that Netanyahu take private lessons on dealing with terrorism from [former prime minister Ehud] Olmert, [former Kadima head Tzipi] Livni and [Kadima head Shaul] Mofaz," Hasson said.

"Netanyahu ran in last elections on a campaign of 'hard on Hamas,' but he now seems scared himself. And the residents of the South are paying the price."

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