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  Feiglin eyes merger with National Union
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Last EditedPicimpalious  Nov 27, 2012 02:41pm
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AuthorItamar Fleishman
News DateTuesday, November 27, 2012 08:40:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionMoshe Feiglin, the person who best represents the Likud's shift to the Right following this week's primaries, does not believe the new list is of a far-rightist nature and has already set his eyes on the next goal – a merger with the National Union and Habayit Hayehudi.

"I expect we'll see a merger with the National Union and Naftali Bennett's party," he told Ynet on Tuesday. "This bloc can guarantee victory in the upcoming election. It's time for the religious Zionism to take center stage in the political arena."

He dismissed claims that the new Likud list has shifted towards the extreme Right as "nonsense."

Having been previously convicted of sedition, Feiglin reiterated his opposition to a Palestinian state, which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to endorse at the Bar-Ilan speech.
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