Eilat mayor calls on Israelis to spend Passover in South

April 5, 2012 07:49


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Eilat Mayor Meir Yitzhak-Halevy said Thursday morning that his city will function as normal despite last night's rocket attack.

Speaking to Army Radio, Yitzhak-Halevy said that "we have no intention of changing our daily routines," adding that the city of Eilat had already been on high alert because of the upcoming Passover holiday.

Yitzhak-Halevy called for tourists to travel to Israel's southern-most city for the holidays. "I call on all the citizens of the  state of Israel to come enjoy the warm weather in our city this Passover."

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