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Monday, February 02, 2009

Car swarm watch in Rafah

The caption in the previous post may have been wrong, but although I'm sure it was from the archives, the picture itself (reproduced at top left) was right. There's a car swarm watch in Rafah.
The Israel Air Force reportedly struck the southern Gaza Strip on Monday shortly after militants in the coastal territory fired three mortar rounds into Israel.

Palestinian medical officials said two people were wounded in the Israel Air Force strike, which took place in the town of Rafah.

Witnesses said the men were wounded while traveling in a car in the town, which is near the Egyptian border. Their conditions and identities were not immediately known.

The mortar shells struck the western Negev and caused neither casualties nor property damage.

The Israel Defense Forces had no comment on the reported air-strike.
Elections are nice as long as they last. Don't expect these kinds of reactions to 'Palestinian' fire to last beyond next Tuesday.


Here's a picture from today's car swarm.


At 1:56 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Depends on the government Israelis decide to elect. Kadima-Labor have figured they might as well go all out til next Tuesday.


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