Netanyahu: 'We're eating the fruits of withdrawal'

Opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu told Channel 10 Sunday that Israel was "eating the spoiled fruits" of its withdrawal from Gaza. The former prime minister said that Israel must not "make the same mistake" in the West Bank, saying that the West Bank was not yet a "Hamastan" because the IDF was still there in full force. Netanyahu wished incoming defense minister Ehud Barak success in his new post, citing the "rather difficult security situation" as the reason for his blessing.