Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke with Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) Yoram Cohen Monday morning and directed him to quickly find those responsible for setting a mosque alight in Tuba Zangria overnight.
"The prime minister was boiling with anger when he saw the pictures and said that the act goes against the values of the State of Israel," saying that freedom of religion and freedom of worship are "highly valued," the Prime Minister's Office said.
The "shocking pictures," Netanyahu said, "have no place in the State of Israel."
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