'Talking to Hamas instead of fighting it weakens Israel'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 8, 2012 21:54

 
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Tzipi Livni slammed Netayahu on Saturday saying that talking to Hamas instead of fighting it weakens Israel's deterrence.

Livni made her comments following Hamas's 25th anniversary rally in Gaza earlier Saturday. "Hamas is celebrating the surrender of Netanyahu's government to terrorism today," the leader of the Tzipi Livni Party said.

"In the past four years, the deterrence Israel achieved in Operation Cast Last was worn down, the siege on Hamas was lifted, the Israeli government negotiated with a terrorist organization and worst of all, gave it international legitimization," Linvi added.


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