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Yesha Council revels in Lieberman’s succes

Posted by claudiacampli su 13 febbraio, 2009

Yedioth Ahronoth

‘Elections proved consensus regarding two-state solution nothing more than corrupt spin,’ settler leader says, adding Yisrael Beiteinu chairman ‘will be one of the strongest supporters of the settlement enterprise’
Efrat Weiss

Despite the inconclusive results of Tuesday’s general elections, it is clear that the political Right will have a majority in the 18th Knesset, leading Yesha Council head Danny Dayan to say that Israeli voters made “an obvious and unequivocal ideological decision.”

Speaking to Ynet Thursday, Dayan said “for years we’ve been hearing of a consensus within the Israeli public regarding the two-state solution and the need for the establishment of a Palestinian state, but the recent elections have proven this to be nothing more than a corrupt spin.”

The Yesha Council is an umbrella organization of municipal councils of Jewish communities in the West Bank.

Referring to Yisrael Beiteinu’s success in the elections, in which it won 15 Knesset seats, Dayan said he was certain that party chairman Avigdor Lieberman would join Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition and would “be one of the strongest supporters of the settlement enterprise in the West Bank”.

Political sources have predicted that President Shimon Peres would eventually task Netanyahu with forming the next government.

“The election results are definitely encouraging from our standpoint. The Likud had clearly stated during its campaign that the era of withdrawals has come to an end and that no Jewish settlement will be uprooted,” Dayan said.

“Even Shas and United Torah Judaism made it a point to remind the public that they did not support the Oslo Accords or the unilateral pullout from Gaza (2005). The leftist ideology has collapsed,” he said.

Senior Yesha Council member Pinchas Wallerstein told Ynet that “in the elections the people have stated very clearly that between Jordan and the (Mediterranean) sea there is the State of Israel – a national home for the Jewish people.”

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