Halutz: Can't guarantee military results 100%

December 29, 2005 09:29


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"There is no course of action that someone can stand behind and guarantee the result, 100%," Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz said on Thursday morning, regarding the IDF's new Operation Blue Skies. "There are many courses of action that I can say will result in a significant reduction of Kassam, mortar, and Katyusha attacks," Halutz told Army Radio. The IDF began its operations in Gaza on Wednesday in order to stop terrorists from firing on Israel.

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