Ya'alon: IDF, Shin Bet are pursuing murderers in West Bank shooting attack

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October 1, 2015 23:10

 
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Reacting to the West Bank shooting that left an Israeli couple dead on Thursday night, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said "this murderous terror attack this evening is a clear continuation of the incitement against the State of Israel and its civilians, and repeated attempts to carry out terror attacks."

"The war against terrorism requires determination from us, a steel hand, and patience. We are fighting against a blood-thirsty relentless enemy, and with great sorrow we sometimes absorb losses on the way," he added. "At this time, the IDF and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) are pursuing the murderers. We will pursue them and we will not be silent until we place our hands on the murderers, and those who sent them."

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