Zahava Gal-On: No political dispute defends acts of terror

October 30, 2014 08:54


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Meretz Chief Zahava Gal-On spoke out on Thursday morning against the shooting of right-wing activist Yehuda Glick.

She denounced all acts of terror but also cautioned against the escalation of violence in Jerusalem.

Gal On said: "I call the law enforcement authorities to act firmly against attempts to cause disruptions at the Temple Mount and in Jerusalem as a whole, both by Israelis and by Palestinians."

She called out against the Right for attempting to break the status quo by going to the Temple Mount.

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