Eldad: Cut off gov't supply of electricity, water to Gaza

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
November 15, 2012 13:16

 
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National Union MK Aryeh Eldad called on the government to cut off its supply of electricity and water to Gaza, saying that "until Israel goes into Gaza and cuts off its supply lines, Israelis will continue to suffer."

Eldad also said that Israel "should have killed [Ahmed] Jabari the moment Gilad Schalit crossed the border back into Israel." Jabari, the former leader of Hamas' military wing who was killed in an Israeli airstrike Wednesday, was the chief architect of Schalit's kidnapping.

"We need to finally let the IDF win," he concluded.


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