Mofaz calls Lebanon clash 'planned terror attack'

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August 4, 2010 08:45

 
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Former defense minister and current Kadima MK Shaul Mofaz called the Tuesday incident on the Lebanon border in which Lebanese Army snipers opened fire on IDF soldiers, killing Lt.-Col. (res) Dov Harari a "planned terror attack."

In an interview with Army Radio, Mofaz added that he had no doubt that Hizbullah was involved in the Lebanese Army's actions on the border on Tuesday.

Mofaz was very critical of the UNIFIL forces in southern Lebanon, stating that their inability to prevent the Lebanese Army from firing on IDF soldiers proves their incompetence.

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