Netanyahu to Kerry: Palestinian Authority's wild incitement causing wave of terror

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October 10, 2015 17:25

 
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It is incumbent on the Palestinian Authority to cease its "wild incitement" against Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Secretary of State John Kerry by phone on Saturday shortly after a Palestinian assailant allegedly stabbed three Border Police officers near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City.

The premier told Kerry that the PA's campaign of incitement "was causing this wave of terrorism."

Kerry told Netanyahu that Washington was aware that Israel had no intention of changing the status quo in Jerusalem's holy places.

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