Terror attack that killed 3 incited by 'wild hatred,' Netanyahu says

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Luglio 23, 2017

The terrorist, identified as 19-year-old Omar al-Abed from a nearby village, was in police custody after being shot through the window by an off-duty soldier who rushed to the home after hearing screams from the victims and from Elad Salomon's wife, who had locked herself in a room with her five young children. "I know that we will show no tolerance for those who plot against us, and we will fight terrorism, mercilessly and without compromise", Rivlin continued.

Israel's President Reuven Rivlin in a statement issued Saturday night said: "At this hard time our hearts go out to the bereaved family in Halamish, and to all the community there, after the incomprehensible loss they have endured last night". "The hard pictures, and the thoughts of the children who fled for shelter now dealing with the awful news - it is truly heartbreaking". Meanwhile the intruder stabbed four members of the family. "One who does not denounce terror is a partner to it, and has a hand in the deterioration of the whole region into a needless, bloody war, which no one wants".

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday condemned the terror attack that killed three members of one family in the West Bank settlement of Halamish on Saturday.

The attacker's mother said in a videotaped statement: "Praise Allah, I am proud of my son".

"This is an act of terror perpetrated by a beastly person, based in unfathomable hatred", he said in a statement released by his bureau.

Israel's security forces are doing "all they can to maintain security, and will take all necessary measures to do so", the statement said. "Three of them were unconscious".

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