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PM Netanyahu Speaks with PA Chairman Abu Mazen

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen and told him,

“I expect you to assist in returning the abducted youths and in apprehending the kidnappers. The Hamas kidnappers came from territory under Palestinian Authority control and returned to territory under Palestinian Authority control. This incident exposes the true face of the terrorism that we are fighting against. Terrorists abduct innocent Israeli children while we save the lives of ill Palestinian children in our hospitals. This is the difference between our humanitarian policy and the murderous terrorism that is attacking us.”

Prime Minister Netanyahu added, “The consequences of the partnership with Hamas must be understood; it is bad for Israel, bad for the Palestinians and bad for the region.”

Abbas’s wife went for surgery in an Israeli hospital over the weekend.

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7 Responses to “PM Netanyahu Speaks with PA Chairman Abu Mazen”

  1. Judi Fradkin says:

    They should have swapped mrs Mazen (who was treated in an Israeli hospital) for the boys.

  2. the arabs murdered jews back in the 1920’s with 69 being murdered in hevron in 1929. the arab who attacked the jewish mus. in brussels was connected to the terrorist group ISIS look to iraq, and syria they butcher each other if they are the wrong sect of islam much less if they are DHIMMI.. And it isn’t just us. all over the world throught the centuries they have been commiting genocide. From Hindu and Sikhs, to Armenians and assyrians to any dhimmi they can kill

  3. Add the killing of innocent Jews in Jaffa in the 20’s, the Muslim SS division in WW2 that killed Jews and Serbs(who later got some revenge in the 90’s) under the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem who was Hitler’s pal.

  4. the grand mufti arafart uncle formed the largest non germen ss division the al hanzar who killed jews, serbs and rom people. the grand mufti was also in the turkish army during ww1 so he could have taken part in the killing of armenians as well

  5. Yechiel Baum says:

    close off water, electricity and life to philistines

  6. Rachel Cohen says:

    Yes. Cut off all power and provisions! Boycott 'palestine' 'and bring our boys home!

  7. Run Guo says:

    Kindness to evil people has always been perceived as weakness.

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