Ya'alon after Gaza strike: Israel determined to fight rocket fire

January 22, 2014 09:11


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Following the IAF killing of two terrorists shortly after midnight on Wednesday, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said that Israel will not hesitate to hurt those who threaten its security.

Ya'alon said that the attack was "another step in our determination to fight missiles and rockets at Israeli cities and Israeli citizens."

"We will not hesitate to hurt those who threaten our security, and we will do this with all means and tools at our disposal. We see Hamas responsible for firing at Israel, and we will continue to fight back at Hamas and those engaged in terror." 

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