Lieberman: 'Some of the establishment still sees me as Ivette the Terrible'

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January 25, 2009 22:09

 
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"Parts of the establishment still see me as Ivette the Terrible," Israel Beiteinu head Avigdor Lieberman said Sunday evening following the arrest of his daughter and six others in connection with the ongoing investigation against him. "I am glad that the tradition is continuing; an interrogation for every election campaign," Lieberman said during a campaign stop in Nazareth Illit. "Thus far I was troubled by the difference between this campaign and previous ones, when each time we came under investigation. I'm glad because this shows we're on the right path." Lieberman also rebuffed claims that his party's policies were anti-Arab and racist, saying that "the line that separates us is not Arab and Jew but rather terror supporters and those who oppose terror."

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