Netanyahu: Israel employing anti-terror measures not used in the past

Israel is using “strong measures” against terrorism that it has not used in the past, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at Sunday’s weekly cabinet meeting.

Among these measures, he said, are the cordoning off the Hebron region; denial of work permits for residents of Bani Na’im, the village near Hebron where six terrorists have come from; a massive deployment of IDF forces in the region, with a focus on securing the roads; and automatically investigating family members of the murderer of 13-year-old Hallel Yaffa Ariel in Kiryat Arba last week, and “arresting them in accordance with the level of their involvement.”


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