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Erdan: Someone who won't say he won't evacuate settlements is left

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Feb 11, 2019 5:21 AM 1+ week ago

Erdan: Someone who won't say he won't evacuate settlements is left Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan attacked the chairman of Israeli Resilience, Benny Gantz, at the Jerusalem conference, claiming that he was a leftist. "I just want to say that there is no difference between Gantz and Lapid, and he is not sufficiently polished, and it is not for nothing that Abu Mazen rushed to jump on Gantz's remarks regarding the evacuation of settlements. It doesn't matter if there is an alliance between them or not, someone who isn't ready to state that he will not evacuate settlements is left. Period." Last Briefs Arutz Sheva, All Rights ReservedRead more.

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