Netanyahu, in the case of discontent and discomfort as a result of the victory of the Palestinian resistance


Shadi Mahmood – Translation

Israeli Prime Minister vowed to “Benjamin Netanyahu that” the truce agreement, which was brokered by Egypt between the Palestinian resistance in Gaza and the Zionist entity not stand Vsiders last to do “harsher military action” against the Gaza Strip.
Netanyahu said at a news conference yesterday evening, with the start of the implementation of the cease-fire, “I know that some Zionists expect military action harsher and perhaps we need for that,” and seemed to Netanyahu in the case of discontent and dissatisfaction, reading speech refraction before Palestinian resistance, which has changed all calculations.

Netanyahu added in the presence of war minister Ehud Barak and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman that he had decided to give a chance to a cease-fire in an effort to calm the situation and in order to enable the settlers of “Israel” to return to the normal course of their lives.

Netanyahu has threatened that the “Zionist entity” can not pass over the customers to increase the power of the Palestinian resistance in Gaza.

He stated that he agreed with U.S. President Barack Obama on cooperation against the smuggling of weapons into the Palestinian factions, where he thanked the United States and Egypt on their contribution to the payment of the cease-fire.

For his part, Barak claimed that the military operation has achieved its objectives in full and that Hamas and Islamic Jihad have received painful blows, while official statistics confirm that most of the victims of the recent aggression on the Gaza Strip of civilians, including children, women and the elderly.


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