Blue and White official: ‘Right now we don’t know the way to separation’

Ram Shefa confessed that his own party “speaks about separation [from the Palestinians] but honestly, I don’t we still don’t know to say what path to take [to reach this goal].”

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March 10, 2019 19:52
Blue and White official: ‘Right now we don’t know the way to separation’

Ram Shefa . (photo credit: SOCIAL MEDIA)

 
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Ram Shefa, Number 29 on Blue and White Knesset list, confessed on Sunday that his party isn’t sure how exactly they intend to have separation from the Palestinians.

Claiming that other parties say “very clear things” ahead of elections and then change their minds, Shefa confessed that his own party “speaks about separation [from the Palestinians] but honestly, we still don’t know to say what path to take [to reach this goal].”

Shefa was speaking on the Knesset channel in response to a question if, by separation, Blue and White mean a Palestinian state.
Before joining Blue and White, Shefa was the head of the Union of Israeli students.

 


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