Israeli govt to revoke rights of ‘terrorist families’

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The Israeli security cabinet announced measures to revoke certain rights of “terrorist families” after two attacks in east Jerusalem, one of which killed seven people near a synagogue.

Axar.az reports that meeting late Saturday, the security cabinet “decided on a series of steps to exact a price from terrorists and those who support them,” according to a statement.

It announced the revocation of the rights to social security of “the families of terrorists that support terrorism” and a discussion on Sunday by the council of ministers of a bill to revoke their Israeli identity cards.

At the start of the meeting, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised a “strong” and “swift” response to the Palestinian attacks over the past two days.

The measures announced are in line with proposals from his far-right political partners which enabled him to return to power at the end of December, following elections the previous month.

2023.01.29 / 09:38
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