Abbas condemns Dimona attack, but also slams IDF operation near Jenin

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February 4, 2008 14:29

 
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PA President Mahmoud Abbas issued a statement condemning Monday's terror attack in Dimona but also censored the IDF for killing two gunmen near Jenin. He said the PA was against violence on both sides. "The Authority condemns the attack [in Dimona] but also the IDF operation in which two Islamic Jihad members were killed" earlier Monday, the statement said.

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