Israel split on whether to protectbases or citizens from missile attacks
The Israeli government must make some difficult political choices as it prepares to roll out a new phase of its missile defense system, pitting military desires against popular will. The topic is a hot-button issue in Israel, where rocket attacks from Gaza have been on the rise and the threat from ballistic missiles is also advancing. The debate comes as the countryâ€”which faces 100,000 ballistic warheads directed against it from Lebanon, Syria, Gaza and Iranâ€”is slowly approaching the ...
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