Agriculture minister says terror aimed at 'Jews who are guilty of being Jewish'

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October 3, 2015 20:57

 
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Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel said that the wave of terror against "Jews who are only guilty of being Jewish" is growing.

"We saw in recent weeks how violence in the streets of Jerusalem is increasing and the writing was on the wall. This was the direct result of continued incitement by the Palestinian Authority...I call on the prime minister to act with an iron fist against terror, and with his second hand, give an appropriate Zionist response and stop the settlement free in Judea and Samaria," he stated.

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