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Sunday, May 11, 2008

IDF to hand out rocket instructions

On Sunday, the IDF will hand out instructions regarding what to do in case of a rocket attack to Israelis residing between 7-20 kilometers from the Gaza Strip. Israelis residing within seven kilometers of the Strip have already received the instructions.
The pamphlets include advice on how to pick a room to run to during an attack and which radio stations to listen to for the “Color Red” rocket attack warning. The pamphlet also emphasizes the importance of the family unit and calls on parents to discuss the attacks with their children. “Talk about the rockets, which are built with an empty pipe and explosives and can cause damage to buildings and people if they are not in a secure location. Likewise, bring examples of people whose lives were saved when they followed the instructions,” the pamphlet recommends.
Given how much time these people are likely to have in case of a rocket attack, I suggest that the instructions below might be nearly as useful.
But fear not long suffering Negev residents: If Ashkelon isn't "in our backyard" enough to rate invading Gaza, maybe Ashdod will be.


At 9:25 AM, Blogger Gershon said...

I wonder if these instructions are preparatory to some action in the Strip.

At 9:36 AM, Blogger Ashan said...

Perhaps, Gershon... Instructions should be handed out in the north and center as well, since we're on the brink of a huge showdown with Iran and it's proxies. Missile time, again, folks.

At 11:25 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Ehud Olmert's idea of defending Israel is to sit on your rear and wait for instructions from high. Whatever happened to Zionist initiative, the kind of Jewish self-reliance that built up the country and which defended it? If Olmert has a plan for dealing with Iran's proxies in Lebanon and Gaza, its a well kept secret in a country full of leaks and rumors.

At 4:39 PM, Blogger HolyCityPrayer said...

this of course reminds me of the arguably funniest thing I've ever seen



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