Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz refused on Thursday to respond to reports over an alleged attack by Israel on a Syrian military target.
In an interview with Israel Radio, Steinitz cryptically suggested that there is, however, "no doubt that Israel reserves the right to act when it fears for its security."
Steinitz added that it was better to take pre-emptive action before things get out of hand.
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