'Netanyahu lost control over security of Israeli citizens,' Herzog says

October 3, 2015 21:00


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In reaction to the Jerusalem terror attack that left two Israelis dead on Saturday, opposition leader Isaac Herzog (Zionist Union) said "[Prime Minister] Netanyahu lost control over the security of Israeli citizens and Jerusalem. His government is showing weakness and a total failure in security and the national mission of protecting Jerusalem's security."

Security does not come from speeches, Herzog added.

"This government doesn't have a plan to fight terrorism, and that's clear to all Israeli citizens," he said. "The despicable terrorists must be punished to the full extent of the law but the government must have a policy and take action, not just talk and declarations and weak slogans."

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