Yachimovich: Netanyahu's rhetoric reminiscent of Third-World

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 4, 2019 21:33
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“[Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu has broken records of sowing discord and ill-will,” Opposition Leader Shelly Yachimovich said in response to the speech made by the head of Likud Monday night, “using rhetoric and gestures befitting the Third-World.”

“This is what the twilight of a politician looks like,” she said.

Netanyahu said that he is surrounded with waves of support and approval from the people of Israel and it is them, not the media, who will decide who will rule the nation. 

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