Mofaz calls on Migron settlers to evacuate peacefully

August 30, 2012 08:56

Opposition leader Shaul Mofaz said on Thursday that the settlers of Migron should follow the law and evacuate the settlement peacefully.

In an interview with Israel Radio, Mofaz said the problem is not Migron, but the political inaction of the prime minister who has declared his commitment to the two-state solution, but has not embarked upon the political process.

"I am more concerned about us being a bi-national state than I am about a nuclear Iran," Mofaz commented.

Contrastingly, MK Danny Danon (Likud) attacked the High Court of Justice's decision to evacuate Migron and said that if the settlers were Palestinians or Sudanese, the decision would be different.

Danon called on the prime minister to immediately adopt the Justice Edmond Levy report, that has stated that there is "no occupation."

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