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January 2, 2016 7:10 pm

Netanyahu Warns Israeli Arabs in Wake of Tel Aviv Shooting: ‘We Will Demand Loyalty to Laws of the State’

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Prime Minister lights a candle at the scene of the Tel Aviv attack. Photo: Facebook.

Prime Minister lights a candle at the scene of the Tel Aviv attack. Photo: Facebook.

Israel cannot allow pockets of the country to have lax gun law enforcement, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday evening, visiting the site of Friday’s shooting on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street.

Shortly after police publicized the name of the suspected gunman, 31-year-old Nashat Milhem of Arara, Netanyahu spoke out about the need to fight incitement and increase law enforcement in Israeli-Arab areas.

Read full story at The Jerusalem Post.

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  • Stein

    All citizens need to sign legal contracts, that list the rights and responsibilities as Israeli citizens, including all Jewish citizens.

  • Jonah

    You need a well armed civilian militia. The military and the police doing the best they can will be unable to protect the citizens as hoards of Jihaudist swarm your borders. They are going to hit you and hit you hard with sophisticated weapondry and will have your military at sometimes in a state of confusion. At that time the citizenry will have to protect itself. Their intentions are to get close enough to slaughter you. In the minds of liberals they view this as the cost of social evolution….they will always be inclined to disarm the general public and hope for the best after the smoke clears.

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