PM: Small group thinks it can cancel loyalty to state, law

December 13, 2011 17:38


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A small group thinks it can cancel loyalty to the state and law, said Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu,  speaking out against the break-ins to IDF bases on Tuesday.

During a speech to the Knesset plenum commemorating 50 years since the Eichmann trial Netanyahu said, "a small group among those who are faithful to the Land of Israel think that they can cancel loyalty to the state and the law." "This is a danger to democracy and our state."

The prime minister stated that anyone who would raise his hand to hurt IDF soldiers or police officers would be punished to the full extent of the law.

He demanded that the law be enforced, so that Israeli sovereignty would not be harmed.

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