Palestinian violence to escalate if Netanyahu continues on his path, Tanzim leader says

October 22, 2015 14:23


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Adnan Ghaith, the head of the Fatah-affiliated Tanzim militant organization in Jerusalem, said on Thursday that the Palestinian Authority is incapable of stopping attacks as long as the Netanyahu government "continues its policies."

According to Ghaith, "if [Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu continues on his path, the situation will escalate."

"People aren't waiting for instructions from anyone when committing a terrorist attack," Ghaith said.

When asked by Israel Radio if the Tanzim planned on joining the current wave of violence, Ghaith was evasive.

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