Arms smuggling continues despite Gaza cease-fire

December 1, 2006 10:25


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Security officials will present their findings to the Security Cabinet that despite the supposed cease-fire in Gaza weapons smuggling is still continuing in the areas of Rafah and the Philadephi Corridor, Army Radio reported on Friday. The Security Cabinet will convene on Sunday to discuss extending the Gaza Strip ceasefire to the West Bank. Security officials will present their proposal to the cabinet for the continuation of IDF operations in the West Bank. A senior security official said that if the IDF ceases its arrest operations, the Palestinian organizations will revitalize the terror cells within a short space of time and will perpetrate terror attacks on Israeli targets.

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