Amos Gilad, top aide to Defense Minister Ehud Barak referred on Wednesday to the arms factory bombing in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, commenting on the role of Sudan as a "dangerous terrorist state," Army Radio reported.
Gilad refused to comment on Israel's involvement in the attack, saying there is "no point in entering into a discussion" but referred to the role of Sudan in "assisting terrorism", according to Army Radio.
Army Radio quoted Gilad as saying: "We need time to understand exactly what happened there, but the role of Sudan is clear...it is a dangerous terrorist state."
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