Likud’s Feiglin blasts Bayit Yehudi

Likud Knesset candidate Moshe Feiglin unleashed his fiercest-ever attack on the Bayit Yehudi party over the weekend, accusing its voters of “putting their heads in the sand” and allowing themselves to be deceived.
In an article in the Makor Rishon newspaper that Feiglin posted on his website, the Likud candidate wrote that it has been proven over the past four years that when it comes to the two key issues of who will give more to the religious- Zionist sector and who will better protect the Land of Israel, the advantage of a significant faith-based power base within the ruling party is clear and unequivocal.
Feiglin wrote that they say in America “you can’t fool all the people all the time,” but Israelis say that “old pushovers don’t die, they are just replaced with new pushovers.”