Danino: We won't allow extremist criminals to disrupt life

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August 17, 2012 14:47

 
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During a briefing held at the Temple Mount complex on the occasion of the last Friday of Ramadan Israel Police Inspector General Yochanan Danino referred to the Molotov cocktail attack in which 6 Palestinians were injured on Thursday as "a very severe incident" and said he has instructed police to do whatever it takes to bring the perpetrators to justice as soon as possible.

Danino added that Israel Police "won't allow extremist criminals to disrupt and inflame daily life across Israel, in particular in areas that are especially sensitive."

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