Gaza/Israel - Faisal Husseini press conference





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Published on Jul 21, 2015

T/I 10:38:02

Palestinian Minister for Jerusalem affairs, Faisal Husseini,
held a news conference on Monday (23/6) in Gaza during which he
expressed fears of renewed unrest in the area.
In Jerusalem, Israeli Government spokesman, Moshe Foggel,
responded to Husseini's remarks about the Israeli soldiers



Exterior Information ministry building;
SOT (in English) Palestinian Minister for Jerusalem affairs,
Faisal Husseini: "I believe there will be an explosion here, and
that will affect other places in the Arab and Islamic world. I'm
not talking about a war, but about a new situation wich can
cause instability in all the area.";
more SOT: "This decision of the Israeli soldiers involved in killing
Palestinians is part of the apartheid policy; discrimination
policy that are dealing all the time. I believe this is
destroying the whole idea of peace."
Cutaway: SOT Faisal Husseini: "We have a long list of Israeli
soldiers, officers and civilians who killed Palestinians and we
will start dealing with them. What kind of peace will be in such
a case? So the Israelis must either please everyone and have an
amnesty, or they must punish the Israelis who've taken these
acts against Palestinians."

Exterior Israeli Government press office building;
SOT Israeli Government spokesman Moshe Foggel: "In the September
riots Palestinian police fired live ammunition at Israeli
soldiers and in many cases the soldiers had to defend themselves
by firing back and, of course, that led to casualties also on
the Palestinian side. Israeli soldiers were killed and wounded
in such clashes and each case was investigated and wherever it's
felt that the Israeli soldeirs acted in self-defence of course
we found it legitimate. Any cases of improper behavior were also
Exterior building;

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