Netanyahu: Now that kidnapping suspects' names released, Abbas should ditch Hamas

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June 26, 2014 20:41

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu related to the naming of the suspects of the three kidnapped Israeli teens during a speech at a graduation ceremony for new pilots on Thursday, saying that now that the names were known, he expected Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas -- whom he again praised for strongly condemning the kidnappings -- to dissolve his pact with Hamas.

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