Netanyahu at Auschwitz: Never again will we be threatened

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January 27, 2010 17:26

 
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We must stop murderous hatred in its tracks, stop it right from the beginning. All countries in the world must learn this lesson,” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said during a speech at Auschwitz-Birkenau in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Wednesday afternoon.


The prime minister stated that the Jews had become sensitive to the need for self-defense after they had lost a third of their people in what he termed "blood-soaked Europe."


"We learned that the only guarantee for the protection of our people is the State of Israel and its army, the IDF,” he declared, warning that never again would the existence of Israel and the Jewish people be threatened.

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