PM: Tough response to Gaza attack, hints Iran involved

October 23, 2012 11:27


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Israel's response to the bomb attack on the Gaza border Tuesday morning that wounded an IDF office will be "very hard," Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned.

Netanyahu's comments came at the beginning of a meeting with visiting Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.

Netanyahu said Israel was engaged in a "hard battle" with the Iranian-organized world terror network.

Although Bulgaria has not yet formally pointed a finger at Iran for the attack against Israeli tourists there this summer, Netanyahu described that attack as an example of the Iranian terror network at work.

Iran is also involved in attacks closer to home, he implied, saying that those responsible for the terror emanating from Gaza were also getting their directions "from afar."

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