A day after attacks in Brussels, which killed 31 people, an Israeli minister said the Belgians should stop eating chocolate and embracing liberalism and instead focus on people who are involved in terrorism.
Israel Katz, a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party, told state radio on Wednesday that Belgium's cannot fight with people involved in terrorism if they continue eating chocolate and enjoy life pretending as great liberals and democrats.
Israeli minister of transportation has been outspoken over the past two days, saying immediately after the attack that there was a sustained effort to destroy Western culture.
Netanyahu told the pro-Israel AIPAC lobby on Tuesday that terrorists seek "our utter destruction and their total domination."
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