Liberman calls for immediate action to punish Palestinians for terror attacks

Israel Beytenu head Avigdor Liberman outlined what he thinks should be done to stop the increase in deadly Palestinian terror attacks plaguing Jerusalem and the surrounding areas.
In a post to his Facebook page on Sunday, Liberman first called for an immediate halt to all Israeli money transfers to the Palestinian Authority, adding that it is well known that Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas is not a partner for peace.
Next he said that Israel's security cabinet should agree to demolish the house of every terrorist. 
Third, he said that the northern branch of the Islamic Movement should not be allowed to operate in Israel.
Fourth, Liberman said that it is necessary to stop the groups paying Muslims to heckle Jews heading to the Temple Mount.
Fifth, he said that the security forces must be able to ensure that terrorists "do not finish their attack alive," and encouraged the security cabinet to allow security to take the steps necessary to stop terrorists in their tracks.
Liberman also encouraged plans to build safe bypass roads for people travelling through the West Bank and ended by saying that all terrorists should receive the death penalty.