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August 2, 2015 10:36 am

Netanyahu Says Response to Murders of Palestinians ‘Distinguishes’ Israel From Neighbors

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: GPO.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo: GPO.

Israel condemns the murders of Palestinians, who celebrate the killing of Israelis, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.

“This is what distinguishes us from our neighbors. We deplore and condemn these murderers. We will pursue them to the end. They name public squares after the murderers of children. This distinction cannot be blurred or covered up,” Netanyahu said Sunday morning at the weekly Cabinet meeting.

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  • Fran Meyers

    The direct messages I’ve heard from Netanyahu unequivocally condemn the murderers
    who set fire to the home of a Palestinian family, killing a baby. The first sentence of your
    article appears to paraphrase something Netanyahu said, but it is interesting that it is not a direct quote because it is a distortion of what he said.

    It’s unfortunately often been the case that murders of Jews have been celebrated and
    a square has been named after the one of the most heinous suicide bombers. Hamas, the government of Gaza, says all Israelis are justifiable targets.

    By paraphrasing his words rather than using direct quotes, a different message comes
    across. Stick to quotes.

    Fran

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