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In Latest Gaza Fighting, Israel Contradicted Its Own Strategy

As Hamas doesn't consider itself responsible for everything that happens in the Strip, Islamic Jihad and the smaller factions there believe they can act against Israel. 'The question is what you want to do, be smart or be right,' security official says

Amos Harel
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Satisfaction with its achievements, optimism about the future, forgiveness for Hamas' leaders in Gaza and growing concerns about the West Bank. Overall, the Israel Defense Forces is pretty high on itself. In general terms, the above are the General Staff's reactions to the fighting in Gaza that ended at the beginning of the week after less than three days.

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