Steinitz blames Palestinian schools for fueling terrorism

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 17, 2019 11:11
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Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz blamed Palestinian schools' "incitement" for the terrorist attacks outside of Ariel, a settlement in the West Bank, on Sunday.

"We again were informed of a horrific attack in Judea and Samaria at the entrance to the city of Ariel," Steinitz said. "These attacks are the result of the antisemitic and anti-Israeli incitement that the Palestinian children learn in kindergarten. We will continue to fight terrorism with determination until we destroy it."

A double terrorist attack occurred in the West Bank on Sunday morning where one Israeli was killed and several were injured.

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