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Topic - Yuval Steinitz
Israel shot down any notion of putting an international security force in the region as a condition of forging and maintaining peace with the Palestinians, saying history proves such security measures don't work.
A concerted effort of millions of attempts to cripple Israeli websites during the Gaza conflict has failed, Israel's finance minister said Monday, claiming that the only site that was successfully hacked was back up within minutes.
As Israeli artillery and aircraft relentlessly pound Gaza, Palestinians and their supporters are trying to strike back — in cyberspace, by launching Internet attacks on Israeli websites.
"In this minuscule Jewish land, encircled by huge Muslim populations, the legacy of defending ourselves as Jews, especially after the Holocaust, is important," said Yuval Steinitz, a member of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee from the right-of-center Likud Party.
"People need to feel that everybody is sharing this burden, and that we're all together in the same boat."