Former president Peres condemns terror attack in West Bank

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August 6, 2015 17:27

 
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Former president Shimon Peres strongly condemned Thursday's terror attack that injured three Israelis in the West Bank. In a written statement, Peres conveyed his disgust for the violence perpetrated against the innocent victims and praised the army's professionalism and response.

"This terrorist attack was despicable in every respect, it was very luckily that no victim lost their life," Preses said, adding "I salute the security forces for their quick response and professionalism. He who rears his head to terrorism should know know there will be heavy consequences." 

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