Paris terrorists are 'beasts who have a name - radical Islam,' Netanyahu says

November 18, 2015 10:14

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told The Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference on Wednesday that Israel and France "stand together in their struggle to defeat these beasts who have a name - radical Islam."

Standing alongside the French ambassador to Israel, Patrick Maisonnave, at the Waldorf Astoria in Jerusalem, the premier said that the terrorists who carried out the assault that killed scores in Paris last week are "barbarians that devour the innocent in their way."

"We must stand together and fight together," the prime minister said. "The people of Israel grieve with you, the people of Israel stand with you."

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