Officials working for Likud chairman contender Moshe Feiglin claim that elements in Likud may be preventing his supporters from voting in Tuesday’s Likud leadership primary.
Feiglin’s faction released a statement saying that the absence of sufficient voting materials at polling stations in Judea and Samaria was “not an innocent mistake, but rather an attempt to sabotage the vote in places where Feiglin wins wide support.”Jewish Press Staff
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