Zandberg: 'This cycle of blood must be stopped'

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
March 17, 2019 12:00
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Meretz chair MK Tamar Zandberg expressed her sympathy for the family of the Israeli who was killed in the terrorist attack on Sunday morning in the West Bank.

"I sympathize with the family of the deceased and wish a speedy recovery to the wounded in the terror attack in Ariel," Zandberg tweeted. "This cycle of blood must be stopped. And it will not stop because of the hustle and bustle of war from the Right. It will come from a change of direction."A double terrorist attack occurred near Ariel, a settlement in the West Bank, during which one Israeli was killed and several were injured.

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