Netanyahu says he will safeguard settlements

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
January 26, 2012 21:49

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told Likud activists in Beit She'an on Thursday that "only we [in Likud] will safeguard Jewish settlements." Protesters demonstrated against evacuating the Migron outpost outside another Netanyahu speech to Likud activists Thursday night in Nesher.

The prime minister reiterated his promise that he would not try to reserve a spot on the next Likud list for Defense Minister Ehud Barak. He called on the 130,000 Likud members to exercise their right to vote in Tuesday's party primary.

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