Gantz: Lebanon rocket does not signify new pattern

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December 30, 2013 22:06

 
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Sunday's Katyusha rocket attack from Lebanon on northern Israel does not signify a new pattern, but does serve as a reminder that security challenges have not vanished, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz said on Monday.

Calling on Israel's neighbors to take responsibility for what takes place in their territory, Gantz warned, "so long as these things happen, we will ultimatiely have to act, and when we do, it won't be simple."

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