Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed last week's wave of Palestinian terror attacks — as well as Israel's response — at this week's cabinet meeting, seen in the above video. Arutz Sheva's David Rosenberg reports that Netanyahu said that the measures taken after the terror attacks sent a clear message that "We won't accept terror":
“Following the wave of murderous terrorist attacks in Judea and Samaria last week we have taken vigorous security and settlement actions,” said Netanyahu.
“Our forces located and eliminated two of the terrorists and a third turned himself in. Regarding the fourth, we are taking decisive action to find him and we will also deal with him to the fullest extent of the law.”
The Prime Minister added that he had ordered Israeli security forces to accelerate the process of demolishing the homes of the terrorists involved in the attacks.
“I ordered the acceleration of the demolition of terrorists' homes. We have revoked work permits for terrorists' clans and in contrast to what has hitherto been the case, as Defense Minister I have ordered that the permits not be automatically restored after the revocation period. I sent a clear message to Hamas: We will not accept a situation in which there is a ceasefire in Gaza and terrorism in Judea and Samaria. We will exact a heavy price for this...
“The Palestinian terrorists think that they can uproot us from the heart of our land. By our actions and the strength of our spirit we will make it clear to them and to the entire world that we are here to stay.”