Intelligence chief: Missiles aimed at Israel from 3 fronts

Military Intelligence head Major-General Amos Yadlin said that "Israel's enemies are trying to increase the range and accuracy of their missiles." He went on to say that "Gush Dan is their central goal, they are aiming missiles at the region from three different fronts: Iran, Syria and Hizbullah. Hamas is also currently trying to get those capabilities."
Speaking about Iran, Yadlin said that the Islamic Republic is the most problematic country for the prospect of peace in the region. "It is an extreme regime that publicly denies the existence of Israel, calls for her destruction, calls for terrorists to act against her, and denies the Holocaust."
Yadlin also reiterated his previous statement predicting that we should not expect any wars in the region in the next four years.