Lapid condemns Yitzhar residents' threats against security forces

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May 7, 2014 08:32

 
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Finance Minister Yair Lapid (Yesh Atid) expressed his staunch condemnation of the Yitzhar settlement residents' escalating threats to harm security forces.

Lapid stated, "Words quickly lead to actions, and a portion of Yitzhar residents have proven their willingness to cross red lines. Even the threat to harm IDF soldiers violates the country's soveriegnty..."

Lapid called for an immediate investigation investigation into the incidnets in Yitzhar and pressed for the appropriate steps to be taken, in order to avoid that the law  be taken into the wrong hands.

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