Netanyahu: We cannot be disillusioned by relative peace; attempts to hurt us are constant

June 19, 2015 19:17


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu affirmed Friday evening that, based on evidence, Friday's shooting in the West Bank was a terror attack.

"We are working to locate the man responsible," he said, after a Palestinian man shot two Israelis near the West Bank settlement of Dolev, some six kilometers west of Ramallah.

Netanyahu warned that Israel cannot be disillusioned by the relative peace and quiet attained through the thwarting of many terror plots.

"Attempts to hurt us are constant, and we will continue to fight them," he added.

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