Olmert pledges war against terrorists after Dimona attack

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February 4, 2008 19:21

 
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Prime Minister Ehud Olmert pledged Monday that Israel "will not relent" in its struggle against terrorists, after a suicide bombing in Dimona earlier in the day. Addressing the Knesset, Olmert said that Israel is facing a "constant war" in the southern part of the country, referring to Palestinian terrorists in the Gaza Strip. Referring to the Dimona attack, Olmert said, "It was a very harsh incident that only points again to the complexity that we deal with daily. I have said more than once in the past few weeks that a constant war is being conducted in the south of the country, a war of terror against us and our war against terror, this war will continue, terrorism will be hit. We will not relent."

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