IDF chief Gantz: All seized rockets from Klos-C have an 'address'

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March 9, 2014 06:02

 
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IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz met Saturday with the navy commandos who took part in the interdiction of a ship found to be carrying a weapons shipment from Iran bound for Gaza.

Three days after being raided by the navy in the Red Sea, some 150 kilometers from Port Sudan and 1500 kilometers from Israeli shores, the Klos-C ship docked at Eilat port on Saturday.

"All of the rockets that were found on the ship represent a security challenge for Israel and for its citizens, but for every bullet and rocket we have an address," Gantz told the soldiers. 

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