Bennett: A ceasefire will usher in more terror

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March 25, 2019 22:48
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"A ceasefire at these moments will be a tailwind for terrorism," New Right chairman and Education Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday night.

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There is no country in the world that would not charge a price for missiles shot at its citizens, and there is no country in the world whose blood is as empty as we have been in recent days. Bombing empty buildings endangers Israel's deterrence and brings the next missiles at us.

"I will spend the night with the residents of the Gaza border tonight, and I will do anything to prevent such a disgrace from happening. There are no second-class citizens in Israel."

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