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Avigdor Liberman: Sound of PA Silence Deafens Sound of Peace

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairman Avigdor Lieberman said Sunday that the absence of a Palestinian Authority condemnation of the kidnap-murder at the hands of a PA Arab terrorist over the weekend proves that leadership of Mahmoud Abbas leadership has no intention of making peace with Israel.

“The fact that the Palestinian Authority hasn’t issued a clear condemnation of the murder proves once again that the current negotiations the Palestinians are conducting with Israel is, for them, merely a tactical move solely aimed at improving their international standing, the former foreign minister wrote on his Facebook page.

“The killer, Nidal Amar, comes from a family that has long been affiliated with Fatah, and several months ago, Palestinian television even aired a favorable segment about his terrorist brother, whom Amar had hoped to free from Israeli jail in exchange for the soldier he abducted. There were photos of Mahmoud Abbas and Yasser Arafat hanging at the entrance to the family home.

“They continue to encourage and support the murder of Israelis,” Lieberman added.

Arab Sniper Kills IDF Soldier in Hebron

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

IDF Staff Sergeant Gabriel Kobi (20), from Tirat Carmel, was killed on Sunday after being shot by an Arab sniper in Hebron.

Kobi was standing in the same general area where a few years ago another Arab sniper shot and killed a Jewish baby, Shalhevet Pass.

The city of Hebron is currently under lockdown as the IDF searches for his killer.

Kobi is the second IDf soldier killed in 3 days by Palestinian Authority Arabs.

On Friday, another Arab lured an off-duty Air Force soldier to an area near his village, where he then killed the him, and dumped the soldier’s body into a well.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/sniper-kills-idf-soldier-in-hebron/2013/09/22/

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