Israel Post: Increased demand for gas masks amid Syria fear

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 30, 2013 11:50

 
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The Israel Post chief operator said Wednesday that more Israelis are demanding gas masks in light of the threat of chemical weapons falling into the terrorist hands in Syria.

Speaking to Israel Radio, Haim Mazaki said there has been "increased demand in recent days following reports about the transfer of chemical weapons to terrorist groups in Syria."

The Israel Post said that the number doubled in one week.

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