Ya'alon outlines challenges facing Israel in near future

March 17, 2013 13:23


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Newly appointed Defense Minister, Moshe Ya'alon, outlined on Sunday the threats and challenges that he will face as the Defense Minister.

Ya'alon highlighted the Iranian threat, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the task of including the haredi sector into the IDF as main issues that he will need to deal with in the near future.

He stated his confidence in current Chief of Staff Benny Ganz and commended the IDF's commanders.

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