Netanyahu calls on settlers to respect 'rule of law'

September 2, 2010 02:34


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called upon Israeli settler in the West Bank to respect the "rule of law" on Wednesday night while conducting peace talks in Washington, Israel Radio reported.

"At this time, when all of Israel is united in deep grief over the murder of four innocent civilians - I call upon all actors to act responsibly and to respect the rule of law," said Netanyahu.

The prime minister's comment came in reaction to the Yesha Council of Communities of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip's declaration earlier in the day that after Tuesday's terror attack which left four dead it considered the West Bank building freeze to be over.

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