Spokesman: Abbas condemns all violence including Har Adar attack

September 28, 2017 23:05
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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s spokesman on Thursday said that his boss condemns all acts of violence including the shooting attack that took place outside the Har Adar settlement on Tuesday morning.

“The president’s permanent position is to condemn all acts of violence including this operation,” Nabil Abu Rudeinah told official PA radio in response to a question about Abbas’s position on the Har Adar attack.

On Tuesday, 37-year-old Ahmad Nimer al-Jamal shot dead three Israeli security personnel outside the Har Adar settlement.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Abbas to condemn the attack on Wednesday.

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