MK Haskel: Liberman gave Hamas a victory photo

"Liberman did what he did because of politics, not ideology," Haskel said, "he is hanging on to a life preserver."

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November 17, 2018 13:17
Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (left) and Gaza protesters flashing the victory sign

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (left) and Gaza protesters flashing the victory sign. (photo credit: ARIEL HERMONI + REUTERS)

 
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MK Sharren Haskel [Likud] said that attempts by former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman to present himself as a hawk failed during a cultural event in Kiryat Ono on Saturday.

"Liberman did what he did because of politics, not ideology," Haskel said, "he is hanging on to a life preserver."

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"All of his attempts to paint himself as a hawk had failed," Haskel said, "and his voters are not happy."


Haskel also said that by resigning, Liberman "gave Hamas a victory photo during the last conflict."

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