Bereaved families welcome Israel's decision to cancel 4th Palestinian prisoner release

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April 4, 2014 00:58

 
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Bereaved family members of terror attack victims welcomed on Thursday night Israel's announcement that it would not release a fourth group of Palestinian prisoners as was planned to advance peace talks.

Activists from the Almagor Terror Victims Association dismantled a tent protest against the release, staged outside the residency of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.

"This is not a celebration as we see it because Israel has already unnecessarily paid back [to the Palestinians] 85 murderous terrorist who were released and roam freely," said Almagor director Lt.-Col. (res.) Meir Indor.

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