Mofaz accuses Livni of dividing Jerusalem in talks with Palestinians

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
August 31, 2008 15:50

Kadima leadership candidate Shaul Mofaz attacked his main competition in the September 17 primary on Sunday, accusing Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni of dividing Jerusalem. Mofaz said he heard that Livni had made concessions on Jerusalem in negotiations which she leads with the Palestinians that continued on Sunday. He said that this was unacceptable, and goes against what the majority of the people and members of Kadima believe. "I want to tell Tzipi that if she is negotiating the division of Jerusalem, she needs to admit it to the public," Mofaz said. "The Kadima platform says that Jerusalem will remain Israel's undivided capital - if any minister in Kadima thinks differently they must admit it."


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