Rotem: Netanyahu will support the conversion bill

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July 18, 2010 13:13

 
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MK David Rotem said he doubts that Netanyahu will stand by his opposition to the conversion bill Rotem proposed, in an interview with Israel Radio on Sunday.

"Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is impressionable, and in the end he'll fold in this case, too," Rotem said.

"This law has nothing to do with American Jewry. It does not deal with conversion abroad at all," Rotem added. "The law will pass, in the end the prime minister will support it and even vote for it."

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