Zionist Union: It hasn't been an easy morning, we will continue to fight

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March 18, 2015 07:54

 
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Co-leaders of the Zionist Union Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni said on Wednesday morning that they will not stop fighting for the country of Israel.

"This morning has not been any easy one for us or our followers. We will lead and fight together with our partners to the Knesset with the values we believe in. We will fight for the Israeli citizens for social justice, diplomatic prospects, equality and democracy with hope and belief, in order to have a Jewish and democratic country, just and safe. We would like to thank everyone who believed in us, with all of our hearts." 

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