Netanyahu sends condolences to victims’ families, vows terrorist’s relatives will be punished

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman commented on the deadly terror attack in Har Adar Tuesday. Lieberman attacked the Palestinian Authority, accusing it of supporting terrorism and inciting to violence.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented on the deadly terror attack in Har Adar Tuesday morning, saying that it should be investigated whether the fact that the terrorist possessed a work permit represents a new type of attack. “If so, we need to prepare accordingly,” he added.

Netanyahu responded to the attack during a meeting with Likud ministers. The Israeli prime minister expressed his condolences to the families of the three Israelis who were murdered and wished the injured Israeli a speedy recovery. “We will demolish the terrorist’s home, seal off the village and revoke the work permits of his family members,” Netanyahu continued.

The scene in Har Adar Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash 90

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman also commented on the terror attack. “We will continue to act strongly and determinedly against this terrorism,” he said. “We will pursue the terrorists, their dispatchers and the various instigators.”

Israel Border Police officers in Har Adar Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash 90

Lieberman also accused the Palestinian Authority of encouraging terror attacks. “The Palestinian Authority continues to incite to the murder of Jews and praise and applaud the murderers,” he said. “This is the main reason that the inciting atmosphere in the media and on social media leads to terror attacks against the citizens of the State of Israel.”



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