Gabbay: Government abandoned its responsibility to Israel's women

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 11, 2018 19:24
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Chairman of the Zionist Union Avi Gabbay responded to the news of the Acre murder of Eman Ahmad Awad Tuesday.

"Only a week ago we marched in the streets and joined the strike over violence against women," Gabbay said. "And this morning another woman was the victim of murderous violence."

"A government that believes that the murder of women is fated, and it is impossible to change is not worthy of staying in power one more day," Gabbay said.

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