Ministers to PM: Declare violent groups as terrorists

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 14, 2011 15:09

 
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Violent right-wing groups should declared as terrorist organizations, said Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitz  during Wednesday's emergency meeting called by Prime Minster Binyamin Netanyahu.

The morning's meeting, held by Aharonovitz and Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman was attended by representatives of the IDF, the Shin Bet, and the Attorney General. The goal of the meeting was to formulate a list of recommendations to address the recent right-wing escalations, to be submitted to the prime minister.

Among the recommendations agreed upon in the meeting, was the suggestion to map the right-wing organizations and to declare the violent groups as terrorist organizations.

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