Liberman: Only ground op will secure peaceful summer break for children in South

By LEV SELMON
July 16, 2014 13:28

 
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Speaking in Ashkelon on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman reiterated his stance that only a full ground incursion in Gaza would restore peace to Israel and quiet to it's citizens in the South.

"In Gaza [disengagement] we gave [PA President Mahmoud] Abbas the keys to Gaza," said Liberman pointing out that the result has been the thousands of rockets launched at Israel since that time.

"What I understand form the international community is that over years it has wanted Israel to go back to the 1967 lines, he stated, "Which we did."

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