Liberman: There are Arab MKs who represent terror organizations

"It's chutzpah that those who want to destroy Israel from within also want to be its citizens," he says in radio interview.

February 9, 2014 09:08
Avigdor Liberman

Avigdor Liberman 370. (photo credit: reuters)


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Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said the Knesset has Arab MKs who represent terror organizations, during an interview on Israel Radio Sunday morning.

While speaking about the possibility of land and population swaps, he said, "There are Arab MKs in the Israeli Knesset who represent terrorist organizations, and deliver speeches of incitement against us."

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"It's chutzpah that those who want to destroy Israel from within also want to be its citizens," he added.

Liberman also commented on US Secretary John Kerry, saying that Kerry has a "rich past of support" for Israel, and that Israel cannot expect him to draw up a one-sided framework.

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