MI chief: IDF has thwarted 10 terror plots from Sinai

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April 5, 2012 16:48

 
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The IDF has thwarted 10 different terrorist plots to attack Israel from the Sinai Peninsula in the past two months, head of Military Intelligence Maj.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi revealed on Thursday.

Speaking at a graduation ceremony for new Military Intelligence officers, Kochavi said that the firing of a Katyusha rocket into Eilat from the Sinai late Wednesday night was a demonstration of the changes that are sweeping through the Middle East.

“It could be that the change will bring new opportunities but in the short term the risks are increasing,” Kochavi said.

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