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Netanyahu Meets Border Police in J’lem

PM: Jewish People pray for peace every day, will strengthen soldiers till it comes
Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks to Border Police troops.

Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks to Border Police troops.
Photo Credit: Tali Mayer/POOL/Flash90

Prime Minister Netanyahu visited a Border Police base in Jerusalem Sunday to thank security personnel and IDF soldiers who foiled a terrorist attacks at Tapuah junction last week.

The prime minister told soldiers, “We assign you difficult and complex tasks. You are called upon to maintain security and, at the same time, allow for daily routine, and this puts you in very tough dilemmas. You have proven an amazing ability to uphold both of these tasks simultaneously.  Of course, the first mission is to guard your lives and those of Israeli citizens, who are threatened by relentless terrorism and unending attempted terrorist attacks. We know this, it is not over; and signing this or that document does not change it.”

Netanyahu added: “We all pray for peace. The Jewish People have been praying for peace every day for thousands of years. Until peace comes, we will continue to strengthen you so that you – Border Police personnel and IDF soldiers – may continue to protect the State of Israel. In the end, this is what ensures our future and in the end, this is what will also bring peace. You are at the forefront against these attacks and I know that you need to make decisions in a second. We have been there. We know it is not easy; therefore, we highly appreciate your accomplishments, because we know what you are called upon to do, and you do so in an exceptional manner. We are very impressed by your resourcefulness and your daring. I congratulate you on these two actions that saved who knows how many Israeli lives. Who knows how many innocents were saved thanks to your resourcefulness?”

Prime Minister Netanyahu also told a fighter who was wounded in action: “I know that sometimes it hurts. Know that all of us are binding up your wounds and embracing you among the defenders of Israel.”

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4 Responses to “Netanyahu Meets Border Police in J’lem”

  1. Gene Strong says:

    Israel should immediately take full control of and annex all of Jerusalem Samaria and Judea. .no more Muslim enclaves. Deport any dissidents to.Gaza immediately.

  2. David Bryan says:

    See…that’s the mark of a great leader, that will go visit and shake the hands of his soldiers.

  3. Larae Lee says:

    God Bless Mr. Prime Minister Netanyahu IDF Jerusalem Israel. Stay strong! I stand with you. Praying for you. Thank you <3 <3 :)

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