US credits Israel with "great restraint" in Gaza

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May 17, 2007 18:54

 
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Israel has shown "great restraint" in responding to repeated Palestinian rocket attacks against Israeli targets, the State Department said Thursday. Spokesman Sean McCormack said Israel was acting on its right to defend itself in carrying out retaliatory air strikes on a compound and other targets in the Gaza Strip. He said Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the continuing violence in the region. McCormack said the the cross-border violence started with attacks on Israel from Palestinian territory.

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