Israeli Intelligence: Gaza Target Bank 'Very Problematic'

Despite growth of over 400 percent, Israeli Military Intelligence officials say that number and quality of attack targets in Gaza Strip is lower than in other areas

Yaniv Kubovich
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Senior Israeli Military Intelligence officials say that the Gaza target bank has become "very problematic," with the quality of available targets being lower than the army would need to mount an effective operation.

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