Boaz Haetzni, who was voted to the 36th place on the Likud's slate, on Wednesday said that he would have refused to carry out an order to evacuate both the disputed Beit Hashalom in Hebron and any of the Arab houses in its vicinity. "A soldier must refuse to carry out a patently illegal order," Haetzni, the son of stalwart right-wing activist and Tehiya MK Elyakim Haetzni, told Israel Radio, saying that one example of an illegal order - the evacuation of settlers - constituted "ethnic cleansing." Haetzni went on to say, however, that he was critical of right-wing activists who rioted in Hebron. Speaking to Israel Radio after Haetzni, Likud MK Reuven Rivlin said the remarks "first and foremost cause damage to the state." Haetzni, Rivlin said, would have to learn to toe the line in the Likud and only issue statements that speak for the party's broad constituency. "A Supreme Court decision cannot be illegal," Rivlin continued. "The rule of law is Israel's breath of life and the Likud makes no concessions on this matter. He joined Likud and he is bound by the same platform."