Politicians across spectrum call for tougher response to rocket fire

Mati Tuchfeld and Gideon Allon, ISRAEL HAYOM

An Israeli air strike in Rafah on Tuesday

Israeli politicians across the political spectrum are calling for a tougher response to Hamas, following a barrage of rockets launched at southern and central Israel on Tuesday, in violation of the temporary cease-fire agreement that had been in place.

August 20, 2014 | 3 Comments »

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  1. “When you negotiate with a terrorist organization, you get more terrorism in return,” said Economy and Trade Minister Naftali Bennett (Habayit Hayehudi). “Sooner or later, Israel will have to defeat Hamas.”

    Well said!!!!!!!!

  2. Great call! Fantastic. Lets not play attention to Gal on and her followers. Oslo disasters are their expertise.
    Now, who do the people demanding true action expect to hear the call and act? After some checking it has come to my attention that they themselves are in many cases PART of the government they are addressing… Am I missing something here? Nice trick, is it not?
    If that is all our “military” can do about Hamas, woe to us if we expect that trash to deal with Iran.
    If the people remain numbed, zombied, Netanyahu and de Livni will keep on going until… you guess.

  3. Since when does firing back amount to letting the enemy dictate ones moves. Gal-on’s statement is inane. Giving in to their demands, which is probably what she wants, does sort of amount to letting the terrorists dictate our moves. What would she propose a “responsible” government should do? Her comment is not just completely illogical but serves no purpose other than being characteristically oppositional.