Eshkol regional council chief: We'll take to the streets if rocket fire continues

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August 9, 2014 17:44

 
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Haim Yelin, the head of the Eshkol regional council head, told Channel 10 on Saturday that residents of the Gaza frontier communities will protest against the government if the rocket fire from Gaza continues.

"I'm embarrassed for the country that this is how the state responds to the rocket attacks," Yelin told Channel 10.


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