PM Netanyahu orders Halamish terrorist's home to be demolished

July 23, 2017 11:55
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opened his weekly cabinet meeting by sharing his condolences with the Salomon family, three members of whom were killed in Friday's terror attack.

"The government members share in the grief," he said."Joseph, Chaya, and Elad Salomon "were murdered by a beast of a man who was radicalized by antisemitic incitement."

He noted that security forces are working "to do all that it takes" to ensure a secure and stable situation. He ordered the home of the "despicable terrorist" to be demolished "as soon as possible."

"We are working hard - very hard - against those who are inciting to murder and honor those who commit these murderous acts."

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