PM orders 'emergency plan' to deal with settler violence

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December 13, 2011 15:49

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu asked senior security officials to prepare an emergency plan to deal with settler violence against the IDF, following a night that saw a near-breach of the Jordanian border and an attack on an IDF base by settlers in the West Bank.

"We need to stop this now," Netanyahu said at the Knesset while attending a film screening Tuesday afternoon. "This is something small that could become something large and bad. We will stop it now."

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