Amnesty International condemns Palestinian terrorist attacks against Israelis

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 20, 2015 19:21

 
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The US-based human rights group Amnesty International on Friday condemned the recent wave of Palestinian terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians on both sides of the Green Line.

The organization, which has been one of Israel's most consistent critics of its policies toward the Palestinians, issued a statement to the press on Friday outlining its position.

"There can be no justification for a spate of deliberate deadly attacks by Palestinians on civilians over the past week in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories which displayed a clear contempt for human life," the organization said.

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