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Friday, March 28, 2008

Rocket hits Kibbutz pre-school

A Kassam rocket fired by 'Palestinian' terrorists hit the wall of a pre-school of one of the Kibbutzim in the Sha'ar HaNegev district this morning. Fortunately, the teacher had just evacuated the children so no one was hurt. The teacher and a parent of one of the children suffered from shock, and the building was damaged.

Unfortunately, it's just a question of time until there's a major tragedy - God forbid - in the western Negev, which is where most of the rockets hit. It didn't have to be this way. And if the government doesn't respond - God forbid - it will only get worse.


At 5:41 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Agreed. I think it would take a massive bloodbath for the Israeli government to be compelled to order a major military operation. As long as the Kassams cause only psychological damage, property damage and perhaps children with lost limbs, that's not going to be casus belli for Israel to go back into Gaza.

That's just the reality of the political picture with the current Israeli government, which has no real agenda apart from keeping itself in power.


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