PM Netanyahu condemns shooting attack at Ofra junction

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 10, 2018 02:48
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave comment regarding the shooting at the Ofra junction, condemning the attack and promising to bring the 'murderous criminals' responsible for the act to justice.

"Everyone is praying for the safety of a young mother who is fighting for her life - her baby is saved, and we also wish a speedy recovery for all the wounded." Netanyahu said regarding the shooting, "We will not rest until we find these murderous criminals."

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