Israel files complaint to UN over murder of IDF soldier

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November 14, 2013 22:15

 
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Israeli Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor filed a complaint to the UN Security Council on Thursday over the murder of IDF soldier Eden Atias, who was stabbed to death by a Palestinian youth on Wednesday, Israel Radio reported.

Prosor said recent terror attacks against Israelis are a result of Palestinian incitement, that starts at schools and pre-schools, where children are taught hatred, and continues in television programs and at mosques.

The Israeli envoy called on the Security Council to condemn the PA incitement.

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