Ya'alon: IDF mulling response to murder at Tapuah junction

April 30, 2013 20:34


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Israel is examining options to respond to the murder of Evyatar Borovsky by terrorists at Tapuah junction on Tuesday, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said during a visit to the Hazerim airbase.

"To our understanding this is an initiative of a single assailant," rather than that of an organized terror group, he said.

"Of course we do not accept any terrorist attack and we will see what to do in order to improve the safety of the Judea and Samaria residents," Ya'alon added.

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