Netanyahu: We Will Not Allow Even ‘Drizzle’ of Rocket Fire from Enemies

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 22: Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the Central Synagogue on February 22, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. Netanyahu's visit to Australia will be the first by an Israeli Prime Minister, and will include meetings with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, the Opposition Leader, Bill Shorten, and …
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The Jerusalem Post reports: Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday reiterated his warning that Israel will not allow any “drizzle” of rocket fire on its territory from enemy entities.

“We respond to all fire at our territory; thus we did today and as such we will do in the future,” the premier underscored hours after a projectile launched by terrorists exploded in an open field in southern Israel overnight.

Meanwhile, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman stated that while Israel has no intention of initiating any military action in Gaza, “we have no intention to continue to absorb drizzles (of rockets out of the Strip).”

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