Netanyahu turns to Twitter to condemn antisemitic attack in Hod HaShahron

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 10, 2018 19:05
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to Twitter this evening to condemn the antisemitic attack in which an unidentified party left a pig's head at the doorstep of the Sukkat Shaul synagogue in Hod HaSharon.

"I strongly condemn the criminal act that took place last Friday at the entrance to the Sukkat Shaul synagogue in Ramat Hasharon," the prime minister said in his comment on twitter, "The security forces will find those responsible and bring them to justice. We will not tolerate such despicable behavior towards synagogues and religious institutions in the State of Israel."


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