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Sunday, May 11, 2008

No warning of mortar fire is possible

The IDF confirmed this morning that it is impossible at present to give any warning of incoming mortar fire. The IDF cannot tell that a mortar has been fired until it hits. The IDF also confirmed this morning that the Hamas terror organization is using Iranian-made mortars. On Friday night, an Israeli was murdered when a mortar fired by Hamas terrorists hit his home.
Developing a mortar attack alert system that would give at least some warning to those under attack, similar to the Color Red incoming rocket alert system [which gives 15 seconds warning. CiJ] , is paramount in the minds of those living in the Gaza Belt area.
I doubt that statement. The people who live in the Gaza Belt area are not as stupid as the imbeciles who currently make up our government. The people who live in the Gaza Belt know that there is one answer and one answer only to 'Palestinian' terror: Invade Gaza.


At 2:09 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - that's true. The bozos who run Israel are more concerned with saving themselves than with doing their job. There's no warning system for the rockets anymore than there is a warning system for mortars. If the IDF was allowed to do its job, the entire discussion about deploying useless "warning" systems would be redundant.


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