Islamic Jihad leader vows more attacks against Israel
The chief of the Islamic Jihad movement on Sunday stated rocket attacks and suicide bombings against Israeli targets will go on.
In a statement posted on the Islamic Jihad Web site, Ramadan Abdullah Shalah said his movement considers rocket fire a "direct threat" to Israel, "therefore firing rockets will continue," he added.
According to Shalah, Islamic Jihad suicide bombers are making "nonstop efforts" to infiltrate Israel from the West Bank. "The nonstop crackdown against our resistance might limit this effort, but it's not going to stop it," he noted.
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