Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said, Thursday evening, that Israel "will not rest" until it finds three teenagers who were abducted in Judea and gets its hands on their captors. Speaking at the graduation ceremon for an air force pilots' course, he noted that the efforts continued as he spoke, on the operational and intelligence fronts.
Referring to the abduction as one of the many forms of action terrorists take against Israel, Ya'alon said the air force would continue to play a central role in the struggle against terror organizations from Gaza to the Lebanese-Syrian border. He said Israel would continue to fight terror as it has done against terrorists in Gaza and Syria in recent days. He said anyone who wants to shoot at Israel and its citizens is responsible for what happens to him.