Finance Minister Lapid: Israel should maintain zero-tolerance to terror

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June 15, 2014 15:23

 
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Finance Minister Yair Lapid offered his encouragement to the families of the three kidnapped teenagers on Sunday  and promised them that everything was being done bring them home as soon as possible.

"The security of its citizens requires Israel to maintain a policy of zero-toleranace towards acts of terror and to severely punish the perpetrators," he said.

"I call on everyone to stand together behind the security forces and allow them to perform their jobs with all of the resources at their disposal," he added.  

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