Netanyahu to AIPAC: Brussels attack and terror in Israel part of same assault

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March 22, 2016 15:15

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed AIPAC's annual policy conference on  Tuesday, sending his condolences to the families of those killed earlier in the day in a string of terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium.

Speaking via live video feed, Netanyahu said that the chain of attacks currently being seen from Paris to San Bernardino, and now in Brussels, is one continuous assault that includes the daily terror attacks in Israel.

"In all these cases the terrorists have no resolvable differences," Netanayhu said.

What they seek is our utter destruction," he added.

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