"There is a very difficult conflict between two nations in this land, and in this conflict there are extremists. There are Palestinians who speak about 'Greater Palestine,' and I don't like them...But there are also Jewish Israelis who believe in 'Greater Israel,'" Hadash Knesset Member Dov Khenin said in a pre-election interview with Ynet.
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"I believe that those who believe in 'Greater Israel ad those who believe in 'Greater Palestine' are leading us nowhere," he said.
Addressing the gaps between the various sectors of Israeli society, the member of the far-Left Jewish-Arab party said, "I don't think the world really needs tycoons. This is what the argument is really about. I would take from them what they received unfairly."