Shaked to US envoy: Recant claim Israel applies separate laws to Jews, Arabs

January 19, 2016 11:18


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Dan Shapiro, the American ambassador to Israel, would be wise to “correct himself” and recant comments in which he accused the government of applying a different set of laws to Jews and Palestinians in the West Bank, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked told Army Radio on Tuesday.

The envoy infuriated the Israeli government with remarks to a defense conference in Tel Aviv on Monday questioning Israel’s vigilance in preventing Jewish vigilante attacks against Palestinians.

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