Obama Says Abbas ‘Strongly’ Condemned Synagogue Attack, But Israel Sees Response as Equivocal

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<p>President Obama said Tuesday P.A. chairman Mahmoud Abbas had &ldquo;strongly&rdquo; condemned a gruesome terror attack on a Jerusalem synagogue, but for Israel and its supporters the denunciation was half-hearted and risked worsening tensions by linking the attack with explosive allegations of Israeli threats to the al-Aqsa mosque.</p>

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