Liberman: 'I would send Netanyahu for a tutoring session with Putin'

Former FM says that anyone who calls for the killing of Jews "should be taken out."

November 29, 2015 16:31
Avigdor Liberman

Yisrael Beytenu chief Avigdor Liberman. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman criticized what he called "defeat by those who say that the wave of terror cannot be stopped," in a radio interview Sunday morning.

Liberman said that if he could, he "would send the Prime Minister (Netanyahu) and Defense Minister (Ya'alon) to Moscow for a lesson with Putin, so that they get schooled on how to protect the interest of national security."

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"We need to carry out a series of steps," Liberman told Israeli radio station 103 FM, "the first of which requires hitting terror sources through targeted killings."
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"Anyone who says that Jews should be killed, who blesses the murder of Jews, should be taken out by a rocket," he stressed.

"Anyone who aims to murder Jews, who gives commands to carry out attacks, who builds terror cells and digs tunnels in Gaza - should be taken out," added Liberman.

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