Terror survivor calls Samir Kuntar's death 'a historic justice'

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December 20, 2015 09:13

 
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Smadar Haran, the only survivor of the 1979 terror attack carried out by Samir Kuntar that killed her family, called his death a "historic justice," according to opposition leader Isaac Herzog who quoted her on his Twitter account.

"He was a terrorist that never abandoned the way of terror and murder for even a single day. The region is safer without him."

Syrian reports claimed Sunday morning that Kuntar was killed during an Israeli airstrike.

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