“Gesher is getting stronger, so they’re spreading lies against us,” Gesher’s Facebook page said in a post responding to the incidents. “Our answer in the ballot box will be overwhelming.”
The public is "fed up" of repetitive arguments, while "5,000 people die every year in hospitals from infections and that interests no one,” Levy-Abekasis said.
“I don’t have extra affection for Gantz or Bibi,” Levy-Abekasis responded. “The content is what defines things, not the persona. Social issues don’t interest either one of them.”
"I won't compromise on the issues Gesher was founded to address," said Gesher party Chairwoman Orly Levy-Abekasis.
Gesher starts campaign by attacking Gantz.
The ad mocked Gantz's ads by using their same army green color but depicting statistics about poor kids and closed businesses.
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Glick recently joined Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked's new right-wing party after they broke off from Bayit Yehudi.
Other political figures announced their campaigns for the upcoming elections this week.
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