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Sunday, August 09, 2009

Awesome: Hamas testing rockets that can hit Tel Aviv

The Hamas terror organization has been using the lull in military action between Gaza and Israel to test rockets that can hit Tel Aviv.
The terrorist organization has been using the past several weeks of relative calm to stockpile more powerful weapons, IDF intelligence chief Yossi Beiditz said last week. “They are making a strong effort to bring in longer-range rockets, including rockets that can reach Gush Dan,” (the Hebrew term for metropolitan Tel Aviv), he said last week.

The Hebrew-language newspaper Maariv reported that Hamas has also fired two test rockets towards the Mediterranean Sea and is planning more tests.

Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) chief Yuval Diskin warned as far back as May that the reduction of Kassam rocket attacks to near zero gives a false impression that Hamas is interested in refraining from attacks.
Near zero, but not quite zero. Hamas launched a rocket that hit the western Negev Sunday morning.

There's a silver lining in this cloud. Hitting Tel Aviv would cause the IDF to take the gloves off and do serious damage in Gaza. Tel Aviv is in my backyard.


At 11:32 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

All those yapping lefties will be singing soprano if Hamas rockets ever do get to Dizengoff!

Hopenchange, any one?

At 9:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

so good...one rocket launched from gaza that hits tel aviv, and then the idf can carpet bomb all of gaza

hope this all occurs when that idiotic peace march that norm finkelstein is organizing happens

then israel can kill two birds with one stone


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