Danon after Tel Aviv terror attack: Israel is facing an intifada

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November 10, 2014 14:15

 
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Likud MK Danny Danon said following Monday's Terror attack in Tel Aviv in which an IDF soldier was stabbed and critically wounded that Israel was now facing an intifada.

"We are in an intifada. I call on the prime minister and the public security minister to make it clear to our enemies who is sovereign in the State of Israel," Danon said.

"Weakness has become part of the decision-making process in the government," Danon added.

He accused Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu of "speaking instead of acting," in the face of "terrorists dragging us into a war of attrition."


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