Jerusalem - Israeli PM Threatens "Severe Military Action" If Truce Fails
Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted on Wednesday that if an Egyptian-brokered truce with Islamist militants in Gaza did not work Israel would consider “more severe military action” against the Palestinian territory.
“I know there are citizens expecting a more severe military action, and perhaps we shall need to do so,” Netanyahu told a news conference as the ceasefire ending a weeklong Gaza offensive came into effect.
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