Israel Political Brief June 12, 2012: PM Benjamin Netanyahu, President Shimon Peres Condemn Anti-Israel & Anti-Semitic Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum Graffiti

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Netanyahu, Peres Condemn Yad Vashem Graffiti

Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Peres condemn the anti-Zionist hate slogans that were sprayed on the Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum.
Binyamin Netanyahu

Binyamin Netanyahu
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu condemned on Monday evening the anti-Zionist hate slogans and graffiti praising Hitler that were sprayed on the Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum.

“I saw the outrageous graffiti today at Yad Vashem,” Netanyahu said in a statement. “It is hard to believe that a human being could be capable of writing such things. I hope that the police will apprehend the perpetrators and bring them to the justice they deserve.”

President Shimon Peres, who landed in Washington, DC, on Monday, also condemned the incident, saying, “This is one of the most horrible things. What, are we trying to imitate those who tried to kill us? All the people must stand united, as one man, against this phenomenon.”…READ MORE

 

PM Netanyahu’s Reaction to the Desecration at Yad Vashem

Source: PMO, 6-11-12

Following is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reaction today to the desecration at Yad Vashem:

“I saw the outrageous graffiti today at Yad Vashem. It is hard to believe that a human being could be capable of writing such things. I hope that the police will apprehend the perpetrators and bring them to the justice they deserve.”

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