Skip to comments.Feiglin: US statement shows Netanyahu lied
Posted on 05/10/2010 10:57:30 AM PDT by Nachum
Likud activist Moshe Feiglin demanded that the party conduct a revote on its decision 10 days ago that he lost to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, after the US State Department revealed on Sunday night that the government had pledged not to build in Jerusalems Ramat Shlomo neighborhood for two years.
Netanyahu easily defeated Feiglins loyalists in a vote of Likud central committee members that postponed elections for all the partys institutions. Netanyahu turned the vote into a battle between him and Feiglin, while Feiglin painted it as a fight over the future of Jerusalem.
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Now what exactly did Bibi do wrong here?
Bibi lied, Jews died.
Told the Likud faithful that they would not halt construction in Jerusalem, then makes a deal to put a moratorium on Ramot Shlomo construction.
He is going to make a deal. Nobody will like it. Mark my words.
Likud activist Moshe Feiglin demanded that the party conduct a revote on its decision 10 days ago that he lost to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, after the US State Department revealed on Sunday night that the government had pledged not to build in Jerusalem's Ramat Shlomo neighborhood for two years.Ramat Shlomo site:freerepublic.com
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Only if you believe Obama, I doubt many Israelis do.
In was in an article posted here but I doubt I can find it now.
You’re right, it was pretty widely reported. In fact the approval that so offended the administration was the third approval for the project, they’d known about it since taking office. Palestinian/Obama nonsense.
I was sure I had read that ,but could not prove it:(
My confidence is with Bibi not Feiglin.
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