Netanyahu and Feliglin say Kaddish together

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
May 3, 2012 19:17

 
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Two fierce rivals in the Likud, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and activist Moshe Feiglin found themselves saying the Kaddish memorial prayer together in the afternoon Minha service at Netanyahu's Jerusalem residence Thursday.

Netanyahu is sitting shiva for his father Benzion. Feiglin just completed sitting the shiva mourning period for his father.

"At first I didn't think about it but later on I realized that this was something really big that two people who ran against each other stood together and acknowledged who really is in charge," Feiglin said.

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