Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon meets his Polish counterpart, Antoni Macierewicz, in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.. (photo credit:ARIEL HERMONI / DEFENSE MINISTRY)
YNetNews By: Yaakov Lappin
“We are concerned that what we saw in Paris and Brussels is just the start, and that attempts to carry out terror attacks in Europe will continue,” he added.
Turning his attention to events north of the Syrian border, Ya’alon said, “We do not expect there to be stability and an end to the bloodshed in Syria anytime soon.” “In the war there, there are many conflicting interests and too many players in the arena. Some of these players, the global jihad organizations for example, are determined to continue fighting,” he added.