Netanyahu sends condolences to family of Israeli boy killed on Syrian border

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June 22, 2014 20:40

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sent his condolences to Fahmi Karaka, the father of 13-year-old Muhammad Karaka, who was killed Sunday morning in the Golan Heights when what is thought to be a Syrian anti-tank missile hit the vehicle he and his father were riding in.

"As a nation, our heart is torn with the kidnapping of every child and the murder of every child, and I'm sure I represent all of us when I send our condolences to this grieving family," the PM told Karaka.

Netanyahu also said that Israel's enemies do not hesitate to attack civilians or to kill children,  and that they don't distinguish between Jewish and non-Jewish citizens of Israel.

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