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Sunday, February 10, 2008

Hamas has underground Katyusha launchers in Gaza

Underground Kassam launching pads big enough to hold katyusha rockets were discoverd by IDF forces operating in northern Gaza early Thursday. Taking advantage of the breach in the Rafah border wall, Hamas has wasted no time in using the recent weeks to boost its weapons and explosives supplies, as well as receive training and instructions from foreign operatives who slipped into Gaza from Egypt after the Rafah border wall was blown up. Pictures released by the IDF Spokesman's office on Thursday evening show two underground rocket silos a meter in diameter and two meters deep, big enough the army says to hold a Kassam or Grad model katyusha rocket that can be launched by remote control. Just like Hezbullah does in Lebanon.


At 2:56 PM, Blogger TeachESL said...

Send a get well message to Osher and Rami Tuita!


Eight-year-old Osher's leg was amputed as a result of a Qassam attack and his 19-yr-old brother seriously injured!

At 6:07 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

How has it to come to in Israel where children's legs are amputated and the best the Prime Minister can do is tell the people of Sderot they should calm down. I'm not sure he would be that calm if it was his own 8 year old son who had just lost his leg! The passivity of Israel's government in the face of evil is absolutely sickening!


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