'Enlightened world must unite against the forces of darkness,' Netanyahu says

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June 26, 2015 18:59

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on "the enlightened world" to unite "against the forces of darkness" who perpetrated the acts of terrorism in France, Tunisia, and Kuwait on Friday that left dozens dead and scores wounded.

"These cruel acts of murder...once again highlight the fact that the enlightened world is in a struggle against the forces of darkness," Netanyahu said. "The struggle against the murderous terrorism of extremist Islam requires us to unite, and this begins with unequivocally denouncing the murderers and their supporters."

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