Ya'alon, Netanyahu, impose restrictions following terror attacks

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June 22, 2015 00:05

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon imposed a number of restrictions on Palestinian following two terror attacks in recent days.

New restrictions include the cancellation of entry permits allowing travel into Israel from the West Bank village of Sair, from where the terrorist who stabbed and critically injured a Border Policeman in Jerusalem came.

Israel also cancelled 500 permits for West Bank Palestinians allowing them to travel abroad via Ben Gurion International Airport.

"Further steps will be weighed," Ya'alon and Netanyahu said.


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