Deputy defense minister Danny Danon says that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu can’t stay in the Likud and make concessions to the Palestinians.
Netanyahu and Danon Photo: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST When Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu formed his government last year, he promoted four young, up-and-coming Likud MKs to deputy minister: Ophir Akunis, Ze’ev Elkin, Tzipi Hotovely and Danny Danon.
All four are hawks who oppose the creation of a Palestinian state. But since their appointment, they have taken very different approaches.
They can be compared to the four sons who were discussed in Jewish homes around the world this week at Passover Seders.
Akunis is Netanyahu’s good son. A former aide to the prime minister, he gives interviews all the time defending his policies, or at least explaining Netanyahu’s moves that he opposes. More