Mofaz accuses Bennett of supporting a bi-national state

June 17, 2013 13:07


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Kadima head Shaul Mofaz on Monday slammed Economics and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett's statement that the two state solution has reached a dead end.

"This is an irresponsible comment that delegitimizes Israel in the eyes of the world," Mofaz said.

Bennett "supports a bi-national state" and with such statements "there is no future to negotiations and there is no future for peace," Mofaz added.

Mofaz also aimed his attacks at Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, saying the prime minister "proves that he says one thing and does another. This is why there is no trust between the [party] leaders."

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