Netanyahu: Europeans’ recognition of a Palestinian state is ‘prize for terrorism’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced as a “prize for terrorism” on Wednesday the announcement by Ireland, Norway and Spain that they will soon recognize a Palestinian state, and said Israel would be undeterred from winning the Gaza war.

“This would be a terrorist state. It would try to carry out the October 7 massacre again and again - and that, we shall not agree to,” Netanyahu said in a statement, referring to the Hamas-led Palestinian attack that triggered Israel’s offensive.

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