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Prime Minister Responds to Petition Decrying Terrorism on the Roads

We will continue to take all necessary steps to protect the right of every Israeli citizen.
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Dear Readers,

We want to thank everyone who participated in our petition, regarding the security threat on the roads of Judea and Samaria.

We just received the following communication from the Prime Minister’s office, and would like to share it with you.

To: Mr. Stephen Leavitt, Editor-in-Chief, JewishPress.com

Dear Mr. Leavitt,

We acknowledge receipt of your e-mail dated June 4, 2013, and the petition which you enclosed.

The Government of Israel’s primary responsibility is for the security of the people and State of Israel, and all the Prime Minister’s decisions are guided by this imperative. We will continue to take all necessary steps to protect the right of every Israeli citizen – including that of the Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria – to live in peace, without the threat of violence and terrorism.

Kindly convey this message to all the signatories of the petition.

Sincerely,
Mark Regev
International Spokesman for the Prime Minister

About the Author: Mark Regev is the International Spokesman for the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu.


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8 Responses to “Prime Minister Responds to Petition Decrying Terrorism on the Roads”

  1. Lisa Kamins says:

    we all know that the PM's office good at double speak. they are not addressing the problem of terror on the roads in Judea and Sameria because the head army honcho of Judea and Sameria has a wife who's a rabid leftist and he seems to agree with her. pathetic really. If Bennett really means what he says he will act, if not, then by next election he will probably be gone. Bennett's joining up with Lapid was a big mistake, the last time a national religious party joined up with Lapid's father the started to loose popularity. sigh, history repeats itself. people just do not seem to learn from history.

  2. Perhaps Bibi isn't aware of the stone throwing attacks on Jews whilst thry're driving on the road. Perhaps he asked some PR "expert" to draft a response. Perhaps he spent 2 seconds drafting a response. For certain I'm day by day turning from being an adamant Bibi and Likud supporter to one of their biggest doubters. When will he stand up for Jewish rights and stop playing appeasement politics.

  3. What did you expect a politician to say? Did he give any indication of what steps the government was taking to protect its citizens in Judea/Samaria. Just another dose of nauseating politically correct bulls……..t.

  4. I remember.driving from effrat to Jerusalem before the tunnels were built.my peuogot was hit by rocks in the deh atia refugee camp. I stopped my car and went over to the soldiers there to complain.they saw I had a pistol and they wanted to know was.did I shoot anyone or hurt any "innocent" Arab Jew hater.our lives are not important and it makes no difference which prime minister is running the country

  5. Now you hold the PM to his words.

  6. Mircea Vulpe says:

    Ahead Only! IDC Herzilya for Israel!

  7. Renee Brewer says:

    Keep the Israeli citizens safe.

  8. Renee Brewer says:

    Keep the Israeli citizens safe.

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