IDF closely monitoring developments in Gaza

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November 22, 2012 08:14

 
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Senior IDF officials believe Hamas and Islamic Jihad are intending to implement the ceasefire and prevent other terror factions from firing into Israel.

Terrorist factions are due to hold damage evaluations across Gaza and discover the considerable damage incurred to them during the week-long operation to repress rocket fire on southern Israel.

"There will be all sorts of 'victory' celebrations, in Gaza" a senior defense source said. "These can be interpreted in many ways."

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