Bibi calls on Shas to quit gov't following 'Post' report on J'lem talks

February 11, 2008 18:28


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Opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday called on Shas to leave the coalition in light of Israel's security difficulties and the Jerusalem Post's report that the Palestinian and Israeli negotiating teams were conducting secret talks on the future of Jerusalem. "Following the [government's] security failures and in light of what I've read on Jerusalem being discussed in negotiations, I call on our friends in Shas: You share our opinions, our concern for Jerusalem, our concerns for security - I call on you to do the right thing. And the right thing is to stop these dangerous moves and quit the government," Netanyahu said.

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