Netanyahu on first visit to Sderot faces critics

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was greeted by the disgruntled citizens of Sderot on Monday, when he inspected the homes battered by scores of Hamas rockets over the weekend. Asked why his government was ignoring the balloon-cum-kite terror from the Gaza Strip, he replied: “We are not ignoring anything.” Regarding the long suffering of the Israeli population living next door to the Gaza Strip, the prime minister said: This is a lengthy [military] process and I would rather not say when it will end.”

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4 thoughts on “Netanyahu on first visit to Sderot faces critics

  • Jul 16, 2018 @ 14:05 at 14:05
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    what a weak excuse to border citizens if any off his family lived there he would getting them out

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    • Jul 16, 2018 @ 20:40 at 20:40
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      They would leave if that’s what they wanted. Leaving is retreating. Gaza can easily be re-conquered, which is the correct response. Not running.

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  • Jul 16, 2018 @ 17:23 at 17:23
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    Time to re occupy part of Gaza, like the first 5 miles from the border, as well as the Philadelphia corridor

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  • Jul 16, 2018 @ 22:27 at 22:27
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    Even though I am baffled my IDFs weak response to the kite terror attacks. I am thinking Bibi has a plan. I trust him.

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