Hizbullah threatens petrochemical installations

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
July 16, 2006 10:27

 
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Hizbullah threatened Sunday to attack petrochemical installations in Israel's third-largest city of Haifa. In a statement read on its TV station Al-Manar, Hizbullah said its military wing fired rockets on the port city but deliberately avoided hitting the petrochemical installations. "The Islamic Resistance warns the Zionist of committing any new folly because it (Hizbullah) deliberately avoided the petrochemical installations," said the statement. "But next time, it (Hizbullah) will not spare anything in Haifa and its surroundings."

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