Mofaz demands clarifications from Netanyahu over his 'intention to lead Israel to war with Iran'
Kadima chairman says prime minister 'crossing red lines' by bypassing public discourse, damaging relations with U.S. and losing control over his cabinet.
Israel's opposition head Shaul Mofaz sent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a letter on Monday demanding an urgent meeting on the Iranian issue. "I ask that this meeting be convened without delay, and address your intention to lead Israel to war," Mofaz wrote. According to law, the prime minister must brief the opposition head on a monthly basis.