Liberman on Copenhagen attacks: Jews and Israel are on the frontlines against terror

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February 15, 2015 08:19

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Sunday  that the Copenhagen attacks on the cafe and on the synagogue prove that Israel and the Jews are the first ones to fall victim to terror because they are on the frontlines of the West and the free world. 

Liberman said the international community must not just make declarations and hold rallies, it must launch a "devastating war against Islamic terror and its roots."

The foreign minister said his ministry is in constant contact with Israel's envoy in Denmark. 

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