UN's Ban condemns synagogue terror attack

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November 18, 2014 22:51

 
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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned Tuesday's terror attack at a Jerusalem synagogue in which two Palestinians killed four rabbis.

“Beyond today’s reprehensible incident, clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli security forces continue on a near daily basis in many parts of East Jerusalem and the West Bank,” AFP quoted Ban as saying.

“The steadily worsening situation on the ground only reinforces the imperative for leaders on both sides to make the difficult decisions that will promote stability and ensure long-term security for both Israelis and Palestinians,” he added.

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