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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Israel sends a message to Hezbullah

The IAF has publicized the fact that it is holding a 4-day drill at the Tel Nof airbase outside Tel Aviv as a warning to Hezbullah.
The drill was covered by IAF Magazine – a sign that the IAF wants its enemies to know it is preparing for an attack on its bases.

Since Sunday, sirens have been going off intermittently throughout the base, which is located, south of Tel Aviv and near Rehovot on Israel's coast. While Gaza is geographically much closer to Tel Nof than Lebanon, the drill is billed as a preparation for an attack from the north, where Hizbullah is believed to have tens of thousands of missiles ready for an attack, with ranges that cover the entire length of the Jewish state.

"A missile has struck the underground hangar,” a loudspeaker blares, and then adds the calming words – “a drill, a drill.”
I'd like to hear what they have in mind for retaliation. Are we going to pussyfoot around or are we really going to hit them for a change?

Read the whole thing.


At 12:52 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

Hello? IDF? Why are we warning the savages??


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