New Right's Refaeli urges firm policy to demolish terrorists' houses

March 17, 2019 11:40
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MK Shuli Moalem-Refaeli, a New Right Party member, blamed the Palestinian leadership for the terrorist attacks in the West Bank on Sunday morning.

"Responsibility for the attack lies with the Palestinian leadership, which operates an incitement machine that oils the calls for the murder of Jews," Refaeli said. "Israel must prove to the Arabs that terrorism does not pay. Therefore, terrorists' homes must be demolished immediately. Empty declarations of demolition are worth nothing as long as the houses of the terrorists are standing.""A firm policy on the matter will create an understanding for every terrorist who wants to attack that his family will pay the price and his house will be demolished," Refaeli added.

A double terrorist attack occurred in the West Bank on Sunday morning, during which one Israeli was killed and several were injured.

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