Deri: I ‘Wanted To’ Oppose Oslo

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Interior Minister Aryeh Deri said today that as a member of the Rabin government, he “wanted to” oppose the Oslo plan, but his spiritual mentor Rabbi Ovadia Yosef ordered him to stand down.

“As a government member, I wanted to vote against the Oslo agreements, but at the last minute Rabbi Ovadia Yosef ordered me to refrain,” Deri told Army Radio.

He added, “I sat next to the Chief of Staff at the time, Ehud Barak, who told me the agreement was full of holes like Swiss cheese. I informed Rabin about my objections and then (Rabin’s personal assistant) Shimon Sheves turned to Rabbi Ovadia Yosef who called me.

I explained to him the opposition of the security personnel to the agreement and he told me: ‘Abstaining from action is preferable’.”

Read more at Arutz Sheva.

{Matzav.com}

1 COMMENT

  1. I commend their insight and action. The only ones who were m’vazeh were the Z-Guard and Esev’s violent, nebbish’e grandchildren.

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