Israeli Air Defense Systems are seen during a ceremony inaugurating a joint U.S.-Israeli missile interceptor at the Hatzor Air Base, Israel. (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner)
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri reiterated concerns Sunday that recent Israeli actions have indicated a desire for future conflict, as the Jewish state unveiled the latest addition to its multilayer missile defenses.Hariri said that while he was opposed to Hezbollah's actions in Syria, which he said affected Lebanon's security, he was not concerned that the party might provoke a conflict with Israel.In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that the latest addition to Israel's missile defenses meant that those seeking to destroy the Jewish state would be endangering their own existence.Israel has sought to avoid being dragged into the Syrian conflict, but has carried out strikes within the country's borders to stop what it says are deliveries of advanced weapons to Hezbollah.
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