Netanyahu's right-wing coalition partners slam premier for backing two-state solution

October 1, 2014 20:42


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Bayit Yehudi officials attacked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday after the premier pledged to US President Barack Obama that Israel remained committed to establishing a Palestinian state.

Economy Minister Naftali Bennett, the Bayit Yehudi chairman, said that “those who are committed to war against Islamic State and Hamas can’t give them a state.”

“The idea of a Palestinian state flew airborne this past summer along with the missiles that were launched at Ben-Gurion Airport,” Bennett said. “It would be a good thing if we sobered up from the idea, and quickly.”

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