Ben Eliezer: Be prepared for a surprise attack

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 25, 2006 09:37

 
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"Israel needs to be prepared for a surprise attack by Syria or Hizbullah," Infrastructure Minister Binyamin Ben Eliezer said on Monday morning. Ben Eliezer told Army Radio that Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah's declaration that his organization has over 20 thousand rockets in its possession needed to be taken seriously. "This vile person means everything he says," exclaimed the Infrastructure Minister adding, "instead of all the arguments and meetings between generals and deputy generals who speculate as to what Hizbullah has, every one of them should stop speaking and begin to rejuvenate the army."

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