A few days ago, Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders accused Israel of overreacting on Gaza's rocket attacks. The prime minister's given his response
Two days after Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders charged that Israel acted “disproportionately” during the 2014 fighting in Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that Israel would not hesitate to hit Gaza hard again if necessary.
“Israel is surrounded by extremist Islamic radicals, and therefore we need to guard our borders, and this is also true regarding the communities surrounding Gaza,” Netanyahu said in Yeroham at the seventh annual Negev Conference.
“In another couple of months we will mark two years to Operation Protective Edge, and those who attacked us from the Gaza Strip took an unprecedentedly heavy blow. We will – of course – not hesitate again to act strongly against anyone who wants to endanger Israeli citizens.”
Sanders owes an apology for turning his back on innocent lives, and being just as bad, perhaps even worse, than Hilary Clinton's proven to be with her own failures on the Benghazi topic.
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