'Israel's AG vetoed my plan to banish Palestinian terrorists' kin to Gaza'

By DANA SOMBERG
February 5, 2016 03:28

 
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Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said on Thursday that his proposal to banish the families of Palestinian terrorists to the Gaza Strip was vetoed by both the current and former attorney general.

“Unfortunately, despite my efforts to advance it, there won’t be a deportation of terrorist’s families from Judea and Samaria to Gaza,” the minister told an academic conference in Herzliya on Thursday.

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