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Thursday, June 26, 2008

'Palestinians' fire yet another Kassam - just miss gas station

'Palestinian' terrorists shot yet another Kassam rocket on Thursday in violation of the 'truce' between them and Israel. It was the fifth rocket they have shot since the truce went into effect. The rocket just missed a gas station in Shaar HaNegev, and no one was killed or injured, so Israel will likely do nothing about it. But this should mean that the crossings from Israel into Gaza will remain closed.
Thursday's rocket fire came as Hamas accused Israel of violating the terms of the cease-fire after the Defense Ministry decided to keep the Gaza border crossings closed for the day, except for special humanitarian cases, in response to Tuesday's attack.

"If the crossings remain closed, the truce will collapse," Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said.

Defense officials had said Wednesday night that they planned to open the crossings between Gaza and Israel on Friday if there were no more violations of the cease-fire.
In the meantime, Israel has also suspended negotiations to reopen the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Egypt.

I wonder what will happen when one of the Kassams actually hits something....


At 5:53 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

They've murdered Jews and the Israeli government could not see to doing things differently. A blown gas station is even less of a bar than dead Jews. Nothing will change.


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