Security cabinet meeting ends; bodies of terrorists will not be returned

A special meeting of Israel's security cabinet led by Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu in the aftermath of the previous day's terrorist attack in Tel Aviv ended on Thursday afternoon. The main decisions reached were the closing off of the village of Yata, where the the two murderers who carried out the deadly attack at the Sarona Market complex came from, and the cancellation of work permits of the terrorists' family members. The participants in the meeting included the defense minister, the IDF chief of staff, the internal security minister, the head of the Shin Bet domestic security service and the commissioner of the police. Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman decided that the bodies of terrorists will not be returned to their families.     


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