Sa'ar: 'We don't need to give a prize to the murderers'

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
August 31, 2010 21:30

 
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Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar, of the Likud, said on Tuesday that peace talks would continue, despite the murder of four Israelis by Palestinian gunmen near Kiryat Arba.

“I do not think that we need to give a prize to the murders not to hold talks,” said Sa’ar. “As we see an Israeli hand extended to peace, we see a murderous response on the part of Palestinians.”

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