Moshe Feiglin, the head of the Likud’s Jewish Leadership faction, has rallied leaders in Judea and Samaria to support him in the upcoming Likud party primaries.
Feiglin warned that PM Binyamin Netanyahu would view a wide margin of victory as a validation of leftward policies like the 10 month settlement freeze. Such policies, he said, can only mean greater hardships for Judea and Samaria.
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Rabbi Yehuda Glick, who was critically wounded in an assassination attempt several weeks ago, announced he is running “symbolically” on the Likud list for the elections to the Knesset. He is in 33rd place, and he will not be elected unless the party performs a miracle no less than his recovery and wins 33 seats. […]