Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman also said his party was quitting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition, leaving the premier with only a one-seat majority in parliament.Here's the full story.
Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said: "We will not accept any restrictions on our freedom of operation." High-ranking Israeli military officials justify this by saying that if they were to inform Russia in advance, it could result in information leaks.
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“Wars are only conducted when there is no choice, and now there is no choice,” Lieberman told the parliament. Apparently anything less than the “toughest response” to Hamas is not being considered as Tel Aviv had “exhausted the other options.”Here's the full story.