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Sunday, December 27, 2009

'I feel the earth move under my feet'

This post requires a little music so let's go to the videotape.

They're starting to feel the earth move under their feet in Gaza, as Egypt builds its 'apartheid wall' (endorsed by 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen despite his opposition to Israel's 'security fence').
Four tunnels caved in over the past weekend, and it sounds like the entire border area around Rafah could eventually be at risk. Gaza Arab sources said that four tunnels running under the Gaza-Sinai border collapsed Friday, as a result of Egyptian construction of an underground metal barrier between Gaza and Sinai. Several Gaza Arabs were injured, and a fire broke out in one of the tunnels.

Out of fear of further tunnel collapses, terrorists have increased the rate of smuggling. Terrorists have begun using tunnels away from the area of the border, which take longer to dig because they run further into Gaza and Sinai; digging activity near the border has practically stopped, the sources said. Egyptian officials have told crews building the barrier to proceed with caution, in order not to create an "earthquake" that would affect buildings in the area of the ground that has become less stable as a result of the tunnel digging by Gaza Arab terrorists.


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