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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Breaking: Mortar round shot from Gaza UPDATED

Just received an email from someone in Israel telling me that Channel 1 television has confirmed that terrorists have shot a mortar round from Gaza at Israel. That's the first breach of the cease fire since it went into effect a few weeks ago.



JPost has more details
A Palestinian shell fired from Gaza landed in Israeli territory, near the southern border on Tuesday evening. There were no injuries or damages in the attack, which occurred in the region between Eshkol and Sdot Negev.

It was the first mortar or rocket attack from the Gaza Strip since August 26, when a truce went into effect between Hamas and Israel after 50 days of conflict.
Here's hoping we retaliate harshly.  Otherwise, we will creep back to the situation we were in before Operation Protective Edge.

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At 8:51 PM, Blogger Mardukhai said...

Note that the recoil plate of that mortar tube is not flush with the ground. If that idiot fired that shell, it is more likely to hit him in the face than anyone else.

At 9:05 PM, Blogger Gershon said...

Except that it took years to creep back. We're talking now, not much more than days. Operation Gaza Parking Lot is needed.


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