Netanyahu meets with IDF, police, Shin Bet officials in wake of terror attacks

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November 19, 2015 19:44

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held special consultations with IDF, Police and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) officials on Thursday after five people were killed in two separate terror attacks earlier in the day.

Netanyahu discussed possible steps to be taken in the Hebron area, from where many of the terrorists in a number of recent attacks hailed.

The meeting also dealt with steps to be taken against Israelis who employ illegal Palestinian workers.

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