PM visits Itamar victims' families: 'They shoot, we build'

March 13, 2011 21:02


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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Sunday visited the parents of the Fogel couple, killed along with three of their children in Friday's Itamar terror attack, and promised that Israel would continue building in West Bank settlements.

During his visit the prime minister said that "they shoot and we build. They say that the State of Israel was built on suffering, but we did not think the suffering would be so great. This criminal act caused all of us to come and say, enough."

Netanyahu added that security forces were doing all they could to find the killers and they would be found.

"These are not people, They are monsters," Netanyahu stated.

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