Likud Chairman Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday lashed out at Kadima, claiming that the ruling party's policy enables rocket fire at southern Israel.
The government had made a grave mistake when it decided to "abandon" the Philadelphi Corridor and agreed to a truce with Hamas, Netanyahu told Israel Radio.
Netanyahu also said that he was not opposed to negotiations with Syria but insisted that Israel must remain on the Golan Heights.
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