Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman criticized what he called "defeat by those who say that the wave of terror cannot be stopped," in a radio interview Sunday morning. Liberman said that if he could, he "would send the Prime Minister (Netanyahu) and Defense Minister (Ya'alon) to Moscow for a lesson with Putin, so that they get schooled on how to protect the interest of national security."
"We need to carry out a series of steps," Liberman told Israeli radio station 103 FM, "the first of which requires hitting terror sources through targeted killings.""Anyone who says that Jews should be killed, who blesses the murder of Jews, should be taken out by a rocket," he stressed. "Anyone who aims to murder Jews, who gives commands to carry out attacks, who builds terror cells and digs tunnels in Gaza - should be taken out," added Liberman.
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