Peres responds to Duma terror attack: A clear line has been crossed

July 31, 2015 13:42


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"Tonight a terror attack took place, shedding the blood of a child." Former President Shimon Peres said today, addressing the latest terror attack in Duma. "A clear line has been crossed in the passed few days regarding the level of violence in our country. Only last night were witness to a shocking murder attempt on the streets of Jerusalem, only to be followed by a baby being burned to death," he said.

Peres stressed that we must take action as soon as possible to find those responsible and bring them to justice. He extended his condolences to the family of baby Ali Dawabsha, and wished a speedy recovery to his injured mother, father and sister.

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