Netanyahu: Palestinian incitement is 'Osama Bin Laden meets Mark Zuckerberg'

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
October 19, 2015 16:00

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out against the Palestinian incitement which he claims is the root cause of the recent wave of terror attacks to strike Israel.

Speaking at a Likud faction meeting, Netanyahu referred to the incitement across social media networks such as Facebook as "Osama Bin Laden meets Mark Zuckerberg."

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