Liberman: Abbas' alliance with Islamic extremists fuels anti-Israel violence

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November 6, 2014 08:39

 
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The two vehicular terror attacks over the past 24 hours were "deliberate acts of violence initiated by the Palestinian Authority," Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman told Army Radio on Thursday.

"[PA President Mahmoud Abbas] has made common cause with extremist Islamists," the foreign minister said. "

Liberman said that Abbas' letter of condolence to the family of the Palestinian who shot and wounded Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick as well as the stipends and cash incentives offered to terrorists "encourages Palestinian violence."

"The government is trying to find solutions without lashing out and giving in to all sorts of hysterical proposals," Liberman said.

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