Islamic Jihad: Rockets only a warning; things could evolve

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 24, 2011 17:46

 
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Senior Islamic Jihad leader in the Gaza Strip Khaled al-Tash said that his terrorist group is ready to make moves that would calm the situation in the Strip but that things could evolve if "Zionist aggression" continues, Israel Radio reported Thursday.

At a press conference in Gaza on Thursday, Tash claimed that Israel was responsible for the current escalation and that if it "stops its aggression," the terror organization would respect the understandings reached after Operation Cast Lead not to fire missiles into Israeli territory.

The terrorist leader added that the current firing of missiles was meant as a warning to Israel, saying that if "Zionist aggression" continues, there is no telling how things will evolve.

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