Former MK Geula Cohen told Arutz Sheva on Thursday about former Prime Minister Yitzchak Shamir, who she first met when he was her commander in the Lechi, and who died this week. She said that Shamir never used the word ‘maybe’ and that he had been the only person who opposed the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt.
“His policy was ideological rather than political, he said yes to the Land of Israel and no to any compromise,” said Cohen. “I worked with several prime ministers and there was never a Prime Minister with such a determined stance on Israel. He was against the Camp David Accords and as Chairman of the Knesset, he had extraordinary courage to abstain during the vote.”