Yadlin: In next conflict, Tel Aviv may be front as well

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November 21, 2010 15:27

 
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Outgoing head of Military Intelligence Maj.-Gen. Amos Yadlin issued a warning at his final cabinet meeting on Sunday, saying that Israel should not be lulled into complacency by the relative quiet that the country has recently enjoyed.

Yadlin said that Israel's enemies, with Iran under the leadership of Mahmoud Ahmadinehjad being chief among them, are "getting more powerful and better arming themselves."

The Military Intelligence chief stated that Iran's potential nuclear capabilities are not the only thing that make the Islamic Republic dangerous. He said that Iran acts against Israel through all its enemies.

"In the next conflict there is a chance that multiple fronts will be active, and Tel Aviv can turn into a front as well," said Yadlin.

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