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Israel’s Netanyahu says Palestinian state recognition a ‘reward for terror’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu said the recognition of the State of Palestine by Spain, Ireland and Norway on Wednesday was a “reward for terror”.

“The intention of several European countries to recognise a Palestinian state is a reward for terror,” he said in a statement, adding a sovereign State of Palestine would be a “terror state” that would “try to repeatedly carry out the massacre of October 7th”.

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