Interior Minister Deri urges Israeli to stand defiant in face of Tuesday's attacks

March 8, 2016 20:20


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Interior Minister Arye Deri urged Israeli citizens to stand defiant in the face of the string of terror attacks Tuesday in Jaffa, Petah Tikva and Jerusalem.

While visiting a hospitalized victim from the Petah Tikva stabbing, Deri praised the wounded man for acting heroically during the attack.

"We must go on with our lives," he said from Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Campus in Petah Tikva. "I trust in the police, the IDF and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and in the meantime we must all cope with this, and I have no doubt that we will succeed as we have in the past days of terror attacks."

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