Israel vows to stop Palestinian stone throwers 'using all means necessary'

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September 16, 2015 00:28

 
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Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, vowed late Tuesday "to use all nececessary means" to "combat stonethrowers, those who hurl Molotov cocktails, and those who detonate pipe bombs and shoot fireworks with the aim of doing harm to police and civilians."

Netanyahu issued the statement at the conclusion of an emergency meeting that was convened following the death of an Israeli national, Alexander Levlovitz.

Levlovitz, 64, was killed in a car accident Sunday night apparently caused by a rock-throwing attack on his car as he was driving in Jerusalem.

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