Skip to comments.Ketzaleh: Beit El Demolition a Plot to Topple Netanyahu
Posted on 06/03/2012 12:45:42 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
The real reasoning behind plans to demolish Israeli homes in Beit El is a plan to topple Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, MK Yaakov Ketzaleh Katz (Ichud Leumi) said Sunday.
There are two people who have a bad influence on the Prime Minister and want him to fail, Ketzaleh said. The first is state secretary Tzvika Hauser, who has crossed all the red lines and sides with Peace Now and Yesh Din who want to demolish 9,000 homes in Judea and Samaria.
The second is Defense Minister Ehud Barak, he said. Barak knows that his time in office is over, and wants to bring Netanyahu down, Ketzaleh said. He added, Im sure that if the Regulation Law falls on Wednesday as the far-left Hauser and Barak want Netanyahu will fall from power due to the destruction it will bring on thousands of people in Judea and Samaria.
Ketzaleh called on members of Netanyahus government to fight back. The ministers support for the [Regulation] bill will save Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria, and will save the people of Israel from civil war and destruction, he urged.
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Abbas has no interest whatever in a piece deal. He also has no interest in another Intifada. Either way, he’ll be dead. So why bother, except to impress Obama, who cannot be won over. If there is no piece deal, in his book, the onus is on Israel and only Israel. And it is. We must annex and give him the middle finger, and Abbas the boot.
"There are two people who have a bad influence on the Prime Minister and want him to fail," Ketzaleh said. "The first is state secretary Tzvika Hauser, who has crossed all the red lines and sides with Peace Now and Yesh Din who want to demolish 9,000 homes in Judea and Samaria." The second is Defense Minister Ehud Barak, he said.
Does the Israeli Left like to poke fun by the use of that name?
Ketzaleh is a nickname that Katz seems to like. Arutz Sheva/Israel National News is not a left wing news source. They were the settler radio station and news site persecuted by the Israeli left and Netanyahu until 2006. Katz was one of the founders of Arutz Sheva, and was pardoned for his “crimes” in 2006.
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