Yaalon: My goal is to create a coalition to replace Netanyahu

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January 12, 2019 14:30
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Telem leader Moshe Ya'alon said that his goal is to "create a coalition and replace the current administration" during a cultural event held in the National Theater in Tel Aviv, "for that purpose I am checking my ego outside the door" he said.
 
Saying that he feels strongly about the need to "put Israel back on the right track" he said he will do "everything for the benefit of the country."
 
Yaalon also said that "the fact there is more Palestinian terror is not a justification for even a single Jewish act of terror," as, as he sees it, "a Jewish act of terror destroys our moral grounds."

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