Netanyahu: We don't want an escalation in violence in South

March 27, 2011 21:11

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who met with municipal leaders in the South on Sunday, said "We do not want an escalation in violence, but we will not hesitate to do all we can to keep the peace and protect our citizens."

"We are being subjected to rocket attacks - a situation that reflects the development of many years of missile attack. There are three different solutions: An offensive deterrent, defense or using the power of power of government, the mayors and the citizens of Israel," the prime minister said. 

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