Israel refuses to dismantle any settlement in Gaza
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 5/2/2002
The Israeli defense minister Benjamin Bin Aliazer has renewed the rejection of the Israeli government to remove or dismantle any Israeli settlement in Gaza in the context of any agreement with the Palestinian Authority.
The Hebrew language Israeli radio quoted Bin Aliazer as saying during a provocative tour he held on the north of Gaza that high fences should be installed around all the Israeli settlements in Gaza, noting that the current calm prevailing in that area is an artificial one and threatens of great risks in the future.
He renewed the readiness of the Israeli army to carry out given orders, including attacks against Palestinians in Gaza or the West Bank.
Worthy mentioning that the Israeli army chief of staff Shaoul Moufa said on Wednesday that the Israeli army will not be hesitant to break once again into all the Palestinian areas.
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