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Danon shows graphic photo from Halamish terror attack at UN Security Council

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Posted: Tuesday, July 25, 2017 6:52 am

Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon presented a gruesome photo from the crime scene of last Friday’s Palestinian terror attack in Halamish, where three members of an Israeli family were killed, at the U.N. Security Council Monday.

“We do not need more carefully worded statements asking for calm,” Danon said at a press conference ahead of a scheduled Security Council session on tension surrounding the Temple Mount. “The council must demand real action by [Palestinian Authority President] Mahmoud Abbas, make him stop his tacit support for terror, force him to end this unbearable wave of violence and make him do so immediately before the lives of more innocent victims are lost.”

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