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Netanyahu: Those who condemned terror against Palestinians are silent now when Jews attacked

August 6, 2015 16:47

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted to a terror attack in the West Bank on Thursday in which a Palestinian driver seriously wounded three Israelis.

Netanyahu commended the swift actions of the IDF soldiers who responded to the attack and wished the injured a speedy recover.

He once again called on the international community to condemn this attack and the one earlier in the week when an Israeli vehicle was firebombed in east Jerusalem. The US did condemn the Jerusalem attack.

On Thursday, after the West Bank attack, Netanyahu said, “I find it strange that those who were quick to condemn terrorism against Palestinians are silent when the terrorism is directed at Jews.”

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