Uri Bank: Arye Eldad's Moledet career is over

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
October 5, 2006 19:48

 
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National Union-Moledet MK Arye Eldad crossed a red line when he called for the resignation of National Union and Moledet chairman Benny Elon in Wednesday's Jerusalem Post, Moledet Executive chairman Uri Bank said on Thursday. The US-born Bank, who has run for Knesset twice with the party, said that when the executive meets on October 15, he would demand an apology and retraction from Eldad. "From my standpoint he is finished in Moledet," Bank said. "If he refuses to retract and apologize, I will never support him, I won't see him as my representative and I will work against him politically."

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