Bibi: Israeli Missiles Can Strike Any Target in Middle East

The past week — with more terror tunnels being discovered to Israel’s north, even as Gaza-based terrorists direct attacks against Israelis from within the Holy Land — has been an example of how the Jewish state must protect against threats from all sides. And today, The Jerusalem Post tells us, PM Netanyahu spoke at an innovative Israeli defense plant, lauding “an offensive force that belongs to the state of Israel and is relevant for all our different fronts”:

Amid rising tension in the North, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared on Monday that Israel has missiles that can reach any target throughout the Middle East.

“They develop offensive missiles here that can reach any place in the region and any target,” Netanyahu said during a visit to Israel Aerospace Industries outside of Tel Aviv. “This is an offensive force that belongs to the State of Israel and is relevant for all of our different fronts. They develop weapons here that don’t exist in any other country. “There is a group of minds and people here who develop the best of the defenses needed for the State of Israel. This includes micro satellites that are fired into space, and some missiles that you see here behind me. Space is a huge field that the State of Israel is entering…”

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