Yesha Council: W. Bank attack shows terrorists resolve

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 14, 2010 16:07

 
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The executive director of the Yesha Council expressed his anger following Monday morning’s terrorist shooting south of Hebron.

Naftali Bennett said the incident was a disturbing reminder of the need for continued vigilance in combating terror in Judea and Samaria. “This attack shows that the resolve of terrorists to destroy any sense of peace and tranquility in these areas remains unabated."

"This brutal act is a clear indicator to the Israeli authorities that we need to reinforce policies that will best protect our citizens and our security services against all acts of terror," Bennett added.

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