Netanyahu urges gov't to end policy of restraint

December 27, 2006 09:30

Opposition leader Binyamin Netanyahu, called on the government on Wednesday to end its policy of restraint, adding that the IDF must take control of the areas from where Palestinians were firing missiles at Israel. Netanyahu went on to say that the IDF must take control of key positions including the Philadelphi Corridor in order to stop weapons smuggling, but he emphasized that there was no need to remain in the area indefinitely. "We must define downing the Hamas government as our number one aim," added Netanyahu.

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