Eshkol Regional Council head doesn't believe wide-scale Gaza op close

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June 6, 2008 10:21

 
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Eshkol Regional Council head Haim Yalin, who met Defense Minister Ehud Barak after Thursday's fatal mortar shell attack on Kibbutz Nir Oz, said that he got the impression that a wide-scale IDF operation in Gaza wasn't close. "Yesterday, I got the impression from Barak that in actual fact, although, yes, it might seem like a military operation is approaching, it is like the horizon; it may appear close but in reality, it is far away," Yalin told Army Radio on Friday. "We don't care if it is a military operation or a peace deal. All we want is security," he continued.

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