Netanyahu expresses concern for aircraft flying near Gaza

October 18, 2010 15:23

Speaking at a Likud meeting Monday afternoon, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed concern over aircraft which fly near the Gaza Strip and may be exposed to anti-aircraft systems.

"Today we are experiencing difficulty flying near the Gaza Strip since they have in their possession anti-aircraft missiles," explained Netanyahu. "Imagine that there are no security arrangements, and there will be missiles that can take down an aircraft which are en route to Ben Gurion airport."

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