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Netanyahu Vows Decisive Response to Tel Aviv Attack

PM Netanyahu at scene of Tel Aviv shooting, June 9, 2016 (Photo: Prime Minister's Office)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned to Israel from a trip to Moscow right after yesterday's terrorist shooting in Tel Aviv. The Times of Israel's Ilan Ben Zion reports that the PM visited the scene of the shooting and vowed that Israel will find all who were involved in the heinous attack:

“This was a difficult event, a cold-blooded murder by criminal terrorists,” the prime minister said in a statement. “I want first of all to send condolences to the families whose worlds were decimated at this moment, and of course wishes for the swift healing of the wounded.”

“We discussed a series of offensive and defensive steps that we will take in order to act against this serious phenomenon of shootings. This is a challenge, and we shall meet it,” he said without elaborating.

“We’re in the middle of a complex period. We will act decisively and intelligently,” he said, vowing “determined action by the police, IDF and security agencies to locate all collaborators who took part in this murder, and to prevent future attacks.”

“We will take the necessary steps to attack the attackers and defend those who need to be defended,” he told reporters in English...

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