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Netanyahu responds to Paris terror: ‘An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us’ (must read)


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“We are standing on the front lines [of the battle] against terrorism, that has is increasingly being transform from Palestinian nationalistic terror to Islamic terror”.

There must be a united international front against this terrorism, he said. “I expect [international] support for Israel when it fights terrorism,” he said, “just as Israel supports France and other countries,” Netanyahu said.

“the terrorist attacks must be a wake-up call to all countries in the free world and their leaders. Wake up and declare, once and for all, an all-out war on extremist Muslim terrorism, before the entire West turns into the scene of a bloody terrorist attack.”

“France didn’t know that in less than a year it would bleed and hurt as we do from the day we were founded, but it apparently did know that the threat of Muslim terror is not only on Israel, but on the whole world”.

“Israel is not the problem in the Middle East, it is the solution”.

“France is a proud nation”

“When we look at Europe of today, which is busy labeling settlement products when the Middle East is on fire in Syria, Libya, Iraq, Yemen and other places, we understand the problem. Liberman also called for European Jews to make aliya.

(Sabba) – Remember Netanyahu back in June 2012, when he announced that the West would be at war against “radical Islam” for the next 100 years? Here is the link for Mark Glenn’s radio program on the subject: worth listening to or re-listening to it today (LINK)


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JERUSALEM POST

Israel stands “shoulder to shoulder” with France, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday night as he called on the civilized world to to unite together to defeat the plague of global terrorism.

“An attack on any one of us should be seen as an attack on all of us,” Netanyahu said during a special press conference he held in Jerusalem just one day after at least 129 people were killed in a series of simultaneous terror attack in Paris.

Earlier on Friday, Palestinian terrorists shot and killed Yaakov Litman and his son, Natanel, 18, of the Kiryat Arba settlement as they drove in the South Hebron Hills region of the West Bank.

“Terrorism is the deliberate and systematic targeting of civilians. It can never be justified. Terrorism must always be condemned. It must always be fought. Innocent people in Paris, like those in London, Madrid, Mumbai, Buenos Aires and Jerusalem, are the victims of militant Islamic terrorism, not its cause. As I’ve said for many years, militant Islamic terrorism attacks our societies because it wants to destroy our civilization and our values,” said Netanyahu.

“All terrorism must be condemned and fought equally with unwavering determination. It’s only with this moral clarity that the forces of civilization will defeat the savagery of terrorism,” he added.

The Paris attacks, along with terrorist activities in the Sinai dessert and the downing of the Russian plane raise questions as to whether or nor the civilized work is prepared to unit against militant Islamic terrorism and terrorist groups such as ISIS, Netanyahu said.

The intention of these groups is very clear and the civilized world must be equally intent on combating them, Netanyahu said.

“I have called for this for many years,” he said, as he drew a connection between the Paris attacks and the killing of Yaakov and Natanel Litman in the South Hebron Hills.

“You can’t fight terrorism selectively,” Netanyahu said. “You can’t say these are the good terrorists and these are the bad terrorists,” he said.

“All terrorist are bad,” Netanyahu said as he explained that there must be one set criteria by which to evaluate them by.

“Just as we have condemned murderous acts around the world, so too I expected condemnation to be issued against the murders that occurred yesterday, of Yaakov and Natanel Litman.

“We are standing on the front lines [of the battle] against terrorism, that has is increasingly being transform from Palestinian nationalistic terror to Islamic terror,” Netanyahu said.

He explained that it is this Islamic terrorism that is spreading throughout the region and the world.

There must be a united international front against this terrorism, he said. “I expect [international] support for Israel when it fights terrorism,” he said, “just as Israel supports France and other countries,” Netanyahu said.

He explained Israel’s security and intelligence forces had passed information to their counterparts in France and other European countries and were prepared to assist them further in any way possible. Israel has asked France for increased security around Jewish institutions, Netanyahu said, as he urged French Jews to follow instructions issued by French security forces.

“Every Jew, whether he choses to or not, knows that the has a home in Israel,” Netanyahu said. He added that he was certain that those Jews who had chosen to live in France knew that the French government was working to combat both the scourge of terrorism and attacks against Jews.

He extend his condolences those killed and wounded in France as well as to the Litman family.

“On behalf of the people and Government of Israel, I extend our deepest sympathies to the people of France and to the families of those who were brutally murdered in Paris last night. We also extend our wishes for a speedy recovery to the wounded,” Netanyahu said.

President Reuven Rivlin said he is “shocked and pained by the murderous terrorist attack yesterday, in the heart of Paris. On behalf of the citizens of Israel, I send my sincere condolences to the French people and to the families who lost their loved ones. The State of Israel stands alongside you in your uncompromising struggle against terrorism.”

Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein sent condolences in the name of the Knesset, and said “the terrorist attacks must be a wake-up call to all countries in the free world and their leaders. Wake up and declare, once and for all, an all-out war on extremist Muslim terrorism, before the entire West turns into the scene of a bloody terrorist attack.”

The Knesset will be lit in the colors of the French flag and Israeli flags will be lowered to half-mast in solidarity with France.

Culture Minister Miri Regev pointed out that the EU removed Hamas from its list of terrorist organizations and said that “in the eyes of Europeans, the murderous terrorist attacks in Israel and the massacre of innocent people are a legitimate struggle…[but] France said they would act to put Hamas back on the black list.

“France didn’t know that in less than a year it would bleed and hurt as we do from the day we were founded, but it apparently did know that the threat of Muslim terror is not only on Israel, but on the whole world,” she added, offering condolences to the families of those killed.

Regev expressed hope that the blood of the victims was not shed in vain and that the world will fight radical Islam around the world.

“Israel is not the problem in the Middle East, it is the solution,” she said.

Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid said his heart is with the French people.

“France is a proud nation and an old friend of Israel’s and our hearts are with them on these days, and we will help them in any way they need. As a member of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, I can say our cooperation with the French is closer than most Israelis know, and we will continue to work together to fight terrorism that threatens all of us,” he added.

Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Liberman said that “When we look at Europe of today, which is busy labeling settlement products when the Middle East is on fire in Syria, Libya, Iraq, Yemen and other places, we understand the problem.

“The problem is that there is no political willpower or determination by the Europeans to deal with reality,” he stated. “Without strong leadership willing to go all the way, we cannot expect a real change in the results of the struggle against radical Islam.”

Liberman also called for European Jews to make aliya.


Source: https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2015/11/14/netanyahu-responds-to-paris-terror-an-attack-on-one-of-us-is-an-attack-on-all-of-us-must-read/#comment-469705

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