Bennett says PM's comments on possible unilateral withdraw from West Bank 'dangerous'

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November 11, 2015 08:58

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is sending a dangerous message by saying Israel may leave some land unilaterally, Education Minister Naftali Bennett said.

"If terrorism pays, terrorism will increase," Bennett said. "Unilaterally giving land to Arabs is always a grave mistake. Talking about it at the height of a wave of terrorism sends the opposite message of what we need to send."

According to the Bayit Yehudi chairman, "the enemy needs to be punished for terrorism and not be given a prize for murdering Jews."

Bennett added that the unilateral action Israel must take is to annex Jewish settlements in the West Bank.

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