Netanyahu vows to track down perpetrators of West Bank terror shooting

June 30, 2015 22:54


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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reacted on Tuesday to the death of Malachi Rosenfeld, the young Israeli man who died of his wounds after he was amongst four people shot in what authorities believe to be a terrorist attack near a West Bank settlement.

“Malachi Rosenfeld was an extraordinary phenom,” Netanyahu said. “On this day, I say to his parents, Eliezer and Sara, that there is no greater loss than the loss of your children.”

“We will fight terrorism,” the premier vowed. “We will find the perpetrators and bring them to justice. We will exact a price from the terrorists and those who send them. This is a constant struggle.”

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