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Israel’s Netanyahu Says Fight Against Terrorism Is a ‘Moral Struggle,’ Not Just a Military One


"Terrorism sows death around the world."

Israeli soldiers and medics load the bodies of three Israeli into a military plane at Ataturk Airport, in Istanbul, Sunday, March 20, 2016. A suicide attack on Istanbul's main pedestrian shopping street Saturday killed three Israelis, including two dual nationality Israeli-Americans, and one Iranian citizen, and wounded several dozen others, in the sixth suicide bombing in Turkey in the past year. (AP Photo)

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said that the fight against terrorism isn’t only a military issue, but a “moral struggle.” His statement came one day after a suicide bomber killed at least four tourists in the Turkish city of Istanbul. The Turkish government on Sunday said that the bomber had links to the Islamic State group.

Among the dead were three Israelis, two of whom also held U.S. citizenship, according to Israeli and U.S officials. The fourth fatality was an Iranian, news agencies reported.

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