Netanyahu says Israel has not promised anything in the ceasefire: We will hurt whoever tries to hurt us
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting said that Israel has not promised anything in the ceasefire agreement with the Islamic Jihad terror group in Gaza and that Israel maintains complete freedom of action.
“First, I would like to commend the security forces for the perfect carrying out of Operation Black Belt. I would also like to thank the members of the government for unanimously approving the important decision to embark on this operation. The goals of the operation were fully met”.
“I would like to reiterate: Israel has not promised anything. Our security policy has not changed at all, not one iota. We maintain complete freedom of action and we will hurt whoever tries to hurt us”.
“Over the weekend, Hamas fired at Beer Sheva. I instructed the IDF to immediately attack Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip. Again, whoever hurts us, we will hurt them. We are prepared for any scenario and the security forces know exactly which plans they must implement to defend the State of Israel in any arena. We will do everything to ensure the security of Israel.”