Live UpdateFrom the Liveblog of Monday, March 23, 2015
Full version of Arab List’s rejection of PM apology
The Joint (Arab) List discarded the apology and said it will continue to campaign on behalf of the Arab community, Channel 2 reported.
According to a statement from the Joint (Arab) List, “The racism of Netanyahu and his government will not end with the inciting statement that he distributed during the elections.
“Racist legislation and exclusionary, discriminatory policies are Netanyahu’s working plan also for the coming Knesset, so we can only reject his apology and continue our struggle for equality for the Arab population. Likewise the Joint [List] called on Netanyahu to return the mandate that he received on the basis of incitement and intimidation,” continues the communique.
— Stuart Winer