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Saturday, August 20, 2022 

Former Yamina MK is willing to meet with PLO overlord, even after his antisemitic statements in Germany

Matan Kahana, a supposedly right-wing Knesset member who's since shown his true colors, has decided to go the woke route by announcing he won't rule out meeting with Mahmoud Abbas, even after all the evil he mouthed off in Germany:
Former minister Matan Kahana, who earlier this week announced that he would run with the National Unity party, spoke with Israel Hayom about Defense Minister Benny Gantz's (National Unity) meetings with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

[...] When asked why he joined Gantz and former IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eizenkot, who are both in favor of a Palestinian state, Kahana said, "I never heard them say this. I will tell you what we are in favor of: There is no plan to apply sovereignty, and there is no diplomatic agreement on the horizon, and so everyone understands that we need to worry about security, and we are doing what is possible in order to reduce the conflict."

On his decision to leave the Yamina party, he said, "I think that we acted correctly. I can say that a Religious Zionist yeshiva dean told me, 'When I understood that we could not form a right-wing government, I was shouting for joy.'"

"We cannot form a government which relies only on one side. Other rabbis told me this as well, and it gave me strength. This is what we want to do in National Unity - to form a government which relies on central forces, not on the extremes."
It sounds more like he's putting words in the mouths of the country's rabbinical movement. But all Kahana really did in the end was alienate only so many right-wingers, and it's a terrible shame he has to be like this. A true disgrate for a religious person indeed.

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