The Times of Israel reports: Visiting Eilat on Tuesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel will not tolerate any cross border violence. He was speaking in an apparent reference to a salvo of rockets fired at the southern resort city recently.
“We won’t allow anyone to disturb the quiet” on our borders, the prime minister said, promising that any attempt to harm Israel will be met with a firm response.
“Anyone who attacks us — we will attack him, there are no drizzles for free,” he said, referring to the intermittent firing of rockets at Israel. “Even when we have a peaceful border, we are concerned with security,” he added
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