Terror victims group to PM: Stop negotiating with with Hamas

Terror victims group to

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 24, 2009 19:24

 
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In the wake of a West Bank terror attack which left Shavei Shomron resident Meir Chai dead on Thursday, the Almagor Terror Victims Association called on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to cease negotiations with Hamas, and find a creative solution to free IDF solider Gilad Schalit, without releasing murderers. In a statement released hours after the attack, the group's chairman, Meir Indor said to the prime minister, "Send those who are calling on you to free terrorists to visit the murdered man's family, so they can feel for an hour what they are going through at the moment." "Then they can start trying to convince mourners to agree to let the terrorists who murdered their loved ones go free," he added.

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