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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Text messages to IDF soldiers' families sent from UK

London's Daily Sun reports that text messages that were sent to the families of Israeli soldiers who were headed into Gaza originated in the UK.
British supporters of the Islamic fanatics in the besieged Gaza Strip were assumed to be responsible for the scare tactics last night.

The message — sent randomly to Israeli mobiles — reads: “Come on into Gaza. Lots of surprises waiting for your sons, the least of which is death — Hamas.”

Israeli and British anti-terrorist investigators are attempting to trace the terror texter — but last night the number had been switched off, suggesting the line had been disconnected.

Liron Morris, whose husband is an Israeli army reservist, said: “It seems very legitimate to me to be scared when someone gets a hold of your telephone number and threatens you.”
England must be a really comfortable place for Jews these days.


At 5:45 AM, Blogger David Fiedler said...

The English have always loved Jews (not!). Remember York?

It's ironic that the largest Jewish population outside Israel should be in a city named for the English town with the worst record of anti-Jewish violence.


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