Yishai: Israel should consider suspending talks following attack

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
February 4, 2008 13:07

 
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Israel should reconsider taking control of the Philadelphi Corridor along the border between Egypt and the Gaza Strip and possibly suspend all negotiations with the Palestinians following Monday's terror attack in Dimona, which was purportedly carried out by infiltrators from Gaza, Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Eli Yishai said. "The previous government's decision to abandon the Philadelphi Corridor without supervision was a bad mistake," Yishai said. "The southern border of Israel is now porous and exposed." The Shas leader called for investing additional funds to build a fence along the Israel-Egypt border. Yishai was on his way to the scene of the attack in Dimona.

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