Shalom: Everything being done to stop Itamar attack culprit

March 14, 2011 21:32


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Vice Premier and Regional Development Minister Silvan Shalom referred to the Itamar killings on Monday and said "We are doing everything possible to catch them [perpetrators of attack] and bring them to justice when they are caught."

In his speech the at The Negev Conference in Eilat, Shalom noted that by the end of the year construction will be completed on the first 210 kilometers of fence on the southern border with Egypt.

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