Netanyahu speaks out against hatred in light of recent violence

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 1, 2015 22:08

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke out against the recent violence perpetrated by extremist elements within Israel.

"We reject outright hatred... the most important lesson is that we accept others even if they are different," the prime minister said. "What happened in Jerusalem is contrary to the spirit of our people. What we do today, this is the spirit of our people.

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