Yadlin: Missiles being aimed at TA, J'lem not just Sderot

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June 22, 2011 11:51

 
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Former head of IDF intelligence Amos Yadlin on Wednesday warned that the missiles being aimed at Israel today are not being aimed only at peripheral communities such as Sderot and Kiryat Shmona, but rather "they are being aimed at Tel Aviv and Jerusalem."

Army Radio quoted Yadlin as saying "these missiles will not disappear, even after a peace agreement with the Palestinians."

Yadlin's comments came as Israeli citizens and institutions practiced the response to a massive rocket attack during the nationwide civil defense exercise "Turning Point 5."


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