Hezog: Gaza rockets no longer 'isolated incident'

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June 7, 2015 12:08

 
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Opposition leader Isaac Herzog reacted on Sunday to sporadic rocket fire from Gaza in recent weeks, saying it was no longer "an isolated incident."

Speaking to a morning radio program, the Zionist Union chief said the recent uptick in violence "looks like an escalation" which he said was intolerable. "Israel must respond with all its might to clarify that this is unacceptable."

He said the country was not properly dealing with the threat posed by Gaza.


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