Home Front Command to distribute pamphlets on preparing a 'safe room'

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December 23, 2007 08:37

 
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The Home Front Command will distribute Sunday morning pamphlets instructing Israelis on how to best prepare for a missile attack against the Jewish State, Army Radio reported. The pamphlets will be distributed in five languages, and will include instructions on how to decide which room in an apartment to use as a "safe room," and how to the outfit that room so that it can sustain a chemical or biological attack. The Home Front Command emphasized that the distribution campaign is part of an ongoing effort to implement lessons from the Second Lebanon War, and is in no way indicative of an imminent war.

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