Barak: 'Iron Dome' won't solve all security problems in South

Barak Iron Dome wont

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 7, 2010 19:13

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak said on Thursday that the Iron Dome missile defense system "Isn't enough to solve all the problems in the South." "It is an illusion to think that the threats have ended, yet it can definitely be said that Iron Dome is an achievement of the Israeli defense ministry." Barak said. Barak also responded to the recent wave of missile attacks from the Gaza Strip, stating that Israel will not quietly stand by.

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