Netanyahu: Europe condemns Brussels attack while embracing Palestinian unity gov't

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday called on the international community not to recognize the Palestinian unity government with Hamas, criticizing European reaction to the agreement. 
He said at a Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee meeting that he found it "strange that European governments, who strongly condemn the shooting attack in Brussels, at the same time speak kindly of the unity agreement with Hamas, a terrorist organization that carries out and praises such attacks." 
Speaking about the terrorist attack on the Jewish Museum of Brussels, Netanyahu said Islamic terrorism was "rearing its head in Europe." 
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