Barak: We will find perpetrators of Bulgaria attack

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 18, 2012 21:10

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak vowed that Israel will find the perpetrators of Wednesday's terrorist attack against Israeli civilians in Bulgaria.

"The defense establishment will work with all its might to find the perpetrators of this terrorist attack and those who sent them," Barak said. "We have a long struggle with [terrorists] that has many successes and many difficult days. Today is such a difficult day."

Barak said it was of the utmost importance that Israelis not allow terrorism to prevent them from living normal lives.

"In my view, it's of the utmost importance that we do not lose our stamina, nor the ability to understand that we have to live," the minister said.  "It's important that Israeli continue to travel in the world, continue to travel in Israel, and continue to live their normal lives despite all the pain."

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