Mofaz: We will act alone for peace and security

March 19, 2006 03:10


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"Israel will act alone for the sake of peace and security," Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said Saturday night at Kadima's largest rally ever. "Israel is the one who will set its security policy and national objectives, not Abu Mazen and his henchmen nor Ismail Haniyeh and his threats. Israel will set its permanent borders so that her citizens will be able to live securely within defensible borders, and to ensure a homeland for the Jews in the land of Israel," Mofaz said. "Israel will enforce all agreements that it signed in order to protect her citizens' security," he added.

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