MK Cabel: PM refrained from rooting out W. Bank extremism

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 1, 2013 11:24

Over the past four years, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has refrained from rooting out the phenomenon of extremists setting fire to the West Bank, said MK Eitan Cabel (Labor) on Tuesday morning in response to an apparent "price tag" attack overnight.

Vandals set alight a car and spray painted it with the words "A good Arab is a dead Arab," in Beit Ummar near Bethlehem. The also vandals wrote "revenge for Yitzhar."

"This is another success of Netanyahu's, in leading us to international isolation and the loss of rule of law..." said Cabel.


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