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Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks at cabinet meReuters

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the security situation on Sunday, vowing strength for the State of Israel after last week's attack by Hezbollah terrorists. 

"On Friday, the Defense Minister and I visited our soldiers who were wounded in the terrorist attack on the northern border," Netanyahu said. "I was very impressed by their determination and their desire to rejoin their comrades at the front and defend our country." 

"The State of Israel is threatened on many fronts," he continued. "Over the weekend we witnessed how terrorist elements operate beyond our southern border in Sinai and we have also seen Iran's attempts to open another front against us on the Golan Heights, in addition to the front it is operating against us in southern Lebanon." 

"We have proven that nobody is immune from our intention to foil attacks against us," he concluded. "Thus we have acted and thus we will continue to act."

Wednesday's antitank missile attack on the IDF killed Major Yochai Kalangel and Staff Sgt. Dor Nini and wounded seven others. 

An IAF airstrike in the Syrian Golan Heights killed an Iranian Revolutionary Guards general last Sunday, as well as Hezbollah leader Jihad Mughniyeh