Zionist Union calls on Netanyahu to restore calm following West Bank attack

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 6, 2015 16:39

 
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Zionist Union responded Thursday to the Palestinian terrorist struck three Israelis with his vehicle near the West Bank settlement of Shiloh on Route 60 on Thursday.

"We applaud the IDF soldiers for acting appropriately and directly to stop the terrorist from hurting even more people and are convinced that the security forces will seek out whoever is behind this attack until they are caught, so that every terrorist will know that the State of Israel will not let terrorists slip out of its grasp.  We wish those injured a quick recovery. "

"It is up to the prime minister to restore security for every person in Israel. This is an extremely serious incident of criminal terrorism." 

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