Bennett to families: Israel will turn over every rock to bring your boys home

Economy Minister says that Israel will respond with an "iron fist" to terror; call on whole nation to pray and stay unified.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 15, 2014 09:21
Naftali Bennett

Naftali Bennett.. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Economy Minister Naftali Bennett told the families of the three kidnapped youth on Sunday that the government will turn over every rock inorder to bring their children home.

"Kidnapping children will not be an event that passes quietly and it will be clear to all groups involved, the terrorists those that sent them and those that support them, that such operations do not pay," the Bayit Yehudi minister said.

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"We will respond with an iron fist to terror. This is the time for the entire nation of Israel to increase our prayers and to stay unified, determined and strong. We will not be broken," he added.      

Bennett said kidnapping eleventh graders was a moral low point for the terrorists.

Opposition and coalition politicians have expressed support for the government’s efforts to bring back the three teenage boys kidnapped by terrorists.










 

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