Mofaz: Dozens more terror targets to strike in Gaza

November 18, 2012 19:29


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Opposition Leader Shaul Mofaz said, Sunday, that there were "dozens of targets to attack" before a ground operation in Gaza.

Speaking during a tour of Ashkelon, Mofaz said: "Israel's main goal is stopping the rocket fire on the residents of the south. Our situation today is that the firepower of Hamas and its various factions has not been played out at a satisfactory level, therefore we cannot rule out limited and measured ground activity."

Mofaz told the residents of the south their "restraint and mental strength you are demonstrating now enables the IDF to continue its activity to achieve the goals of the operation."

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