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Nasrallah Threatens to Take Over Galilee

February 17, 2011
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On Tuesday [February 15], Israel shut down several diplomatic missions temporarily as result of “unusual incidents against Israeli targets” coinciding with the upcoming anniversary of the Mugniyah assassination in Syria. Meanwhile, the alert level at Israel’s missions abroad had been raised to its highest level.

Nasrallah referred to the above threats in his speech, saying: “I’m telling the Zionist commanders and generals, wherever you go, anywhere in the world and at any time, you always need to look out, because Imad Mugniyah’s blood had not been spilled in vain.”

Earlier Wednesday, Army Chief Gantz delivered a speech at the gradation ceremony of an IDF [Israel Defense Forces] officers’ course and addressed the various threats faced by Israel’s military at this time. “We are facing considerable security and operational challenges,” he said. “Terror activity and the various risks of war require the State of Israel, which longs for peace, to maintain a powerful military force that is alert and ready for any mission.”

Posted on February 17, 2011

Source: (By Roee Nahmias, Ynetnews, February 16, 2011)

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