PM Netanyahu told the Foreign Affair and Defense Committee in a meeting yesterday that the lawyers won’t allow Israel to shut off the water and electricity to Gaza.
He said this in response to a request by the committee chairman, Minister Ze’ev Elkin, for Israel to take a more harsh response against Gaza, including shutting off the water and electricity.
Netanyahu said he will bomb them a little harder.
We’re glad the lawyers permit that.
Still, one wonders, if we moved the lawyers to Sderot, would they come up with a different legal opinion?
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