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Sunday, September 17, 2006

IDF expects rocket strikes on Israel from Judea and Samaria by 2007

Middle East Newsline is reporting that the IDF is expecting rocket strikes on areas within Israel's green line from Judea and Samaria "by 2007." Anyone who is a regular reader of this blog should not be surprised.
Israel's military expects Palestinian rocket and missile strikes from the West Bank by 2007.

Military sources said the Intelligence Corps has determined that Palestinian insurgency groups would acquire sufficient technology and components to assemble missiles modeled after the Hamas-origin Kassam. The sources said Fatah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad have conducted tests of crude missiles and rockets.

"At this point, the main thing stopping rocket strikes against Israel from the West Bank is the inability by local Palestinians to design a weapon with sufficient range," a military source said. "A missile or rocket that can travel one or two kilometers has little value."
Previously on Israel Matzav:

Israel deliberately minimizing West Bank rocket threat

'Palestinians' fire rocket from Jenin in Northern Samaria


At 10:05 PM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Nope. Doesn't surprise me at all. Of course, they're going to minimize this. How much of the MSM is even going to pick this up??? They need to maintain their case for selling the whole farm, so this doesn't exist. It never happened. You didn't see a thing.


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