PM: Enemies massacre us and slam us for defending ourselves

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 15, 2013 13:49

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke at the Remembrance Day ceremony for the victims of terror attacks at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem on Monday, saying that Israel's enemies "massacre us, and criticize us for defensing ourselves."

Netanyahu, who earlier spoke at the official ceremony for fallen soldiers, said that Israel's 2,500 citizens who had been killed in terror attacks had made the State of Israel possible like its fallen soldiers.

The prime minister said that the history of the Zionist project had been filled with terrorism against it, but added that, "we will not give up and we will pursue the terrorists and strike them in every place."

Netanyahu referred to the terrorists as "sub-humans," who would use any means to hurt Israel.

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