Labor calls for ‘safe separation from Palestinians’ in new video

Labor released a new election video on Monday in which it called for a return to the path of a two-state solution and a ‘safe separation’ from the Palestinians.

February 25, 2019 14:37

Labor Party in a new election video released on February 25, 2019

Labor Party in a new election video released on February 25, 2019


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Labor called for a "safe separation from the Palestinians” and returning to the path of a two-state solution in a new election video released on Monday.

Labor leader Avi Gabbay, as well as Amir Peretz and former IDF General Tal Russo, were featured in the video discussing what is Zionism, comparing it to “entering an impossible fight – and winning.”

“The Likud is,” the video goes on to warn, “pushing us into accepting millions of Palestinians into our midst.”

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