Reaction to rocket attack: Avigdor Liberman says government needs to respond

May 26, 2015 22:54


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After a rocket from Gaza struck Israel late Tuesday evening,  Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Liberman said :

"A government that is not prepared to put eliminating Hamas rule in Gaza in its guidelines and a prime minister and defense minister who proved that they're not prepared to do so [in Operation Protective Edge], even when the enemy is shooting rockets at almost the whole country and when it has international backing - such a government shows weakness and if it doesn't wake up, it should finish its term now, right as it started, for the good of Israeli citizens' security and the strength of the State of Israel."

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