Transportation Minister Katz issues implicit call to kill Nasrallah

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 12, 2009 09:38

 
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After Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah admitted that the Lebanese terror group was transporting arms to the Gaza Strip, Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz said Sunday morning that the smuggling was an act of aggression and expressed hope that the Hizbullah leader would pay the price. Speaking to Army Radio, Katz said that Nasrallah had been a "marked man since the Lebanon war," and that the weapons smuggling was "an act of war." The minister went on to say that he hoped that "whoever knows what to do" will make sure Nasrallah "is put in the right place."

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