Barak tries not to express emotions on Sudan accusation

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October 24, 2012 20:24

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Wednesday refused to comment on the accusation that Israel attacked a Sudanese arms factory in Khartoum Tuesday night during a Channel 2 interview.

"I have nothing I can say about the matter," he said. Pressed, he added, "I do not want to respond and will try not to express my emotions."

Commenting on the volley of rockets in the South, Barak reaffirmed his promise to secure houses and install safe rooms in the area to protect residents.

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