ADL says Israel must do more to prevent 'price-tag' attacks

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October 4, 2011 13:11

 
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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) decried the so-called "price-tag" attack on a mosque in the northern Israeli village of Tuba Zangaria, and urged Israeli society to "do more" to reign in "extremist" elements.

"We join with the leadership and people of the State of Israel in expressing shock and outrage at this heinous attack," a statement said.

"There have already been too many 'wake-up calls' about the violence and hatred among fringe groups of Israeli Jewish extremists. Israeli society must make clear that violence is never acceptable, whatever the grievance, whatever the issue, and must continue to reinforce this core value of Israeli society."

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