Vilna'i: We should be ready to protect public from rockets

August 10, 2010 15:21


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Deputy Defense Minister Matan Vilna'i said Tuesday that he does not expect a war this summer but "we should be prepared for every possible scenario."

"The right thing to do is to include the public in preparing cities for the hour of emergency," Vilna'i continued during a visit to Herzliya municipality.

Vilna'i added that "in all future confrontations rockets will hit the center of the country and it is important to think forward so that we can save more lives."

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