Livni: Hebron events saddening, but process correct

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December 4, 2008 19:47

 
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"The Israeli government is a government of law and will enforce it," Kadima leader Tzipi Livni said Thursday afternoon of the Hebron evacuation. "There is no joy in what we say today, the events are saddening, but it must be said that the process that took place today was correct," added Livni at the opening of Kadima's security forum in Tel Aviv. "The time that passed since the start of the events at the disputed house only made things worse." "There is no place and will be no place in which citizens may feel they can do as they please," she continued. "Nobody can harm a soldier or policeman."

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