'Gaza rockets show Israel cannot withdraw from West Bank'

March 21, 2013 10:37


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Bayit Yehudi's Orit Struck on Thursday morning responded to the rocket fire from Gaza, saying it is the "best publicity" that could have happened during US President Barack Obama's visit.

Struck added that the attacks make it clear why Israel should not withdraw from the West Bank: "Hamas rockets from Gaza are the best Israeli PR in time for the visit of President Obama. Israel must make it clear that there will be no withdrawal from the West Bank," Struck stated.

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