Herzog, Livni call for justice after arrest of Jewish terrorists

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December 3, 2015 12:09

 
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Leader of the opposition Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union) spoke about the arrest of Jewish teenagers Thursday, in relation to the deadly arson attack on the home of the Palestinian Dawabsha family, in the village of Duma in July.

"The terrible murder of the Dawabsha family is a horrible crime, which haunts us as a people and as a society. The perpetrators saught to undermine and subvert the state. We must stand as a wall against all terrorism," Herzog said.

Zionist Union's Tzipi Livni also commented on the affair, welcoming the arrests and calling for the justice system to act against any terrorist, Jew or Arab.

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