Herzog says murder of Israeli youth 'loathsome and unforgivable crime'

June 30, 2014 21:20


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Opposition leader Issac Herzog reacted to the discovery of the bodies of the three kidnapped Israeli teens on Monday, referring to the murder of the youths as "a loathsome and unforgivable crime."

The Labor leader said that "there is no explanation or justification for this crime and I am convinced that the long arm of the security forces will catch their murderers."

Herzog added that "we have previously known painful and difficult terror attacks and have overcome. Thus it will be again this time. This is our life in Israel."

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