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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Breaking: Grad rocket hits Be'er Sheva, Cast Lead II coming?

Islamic Jihad has taken responsibility for a Grad rocket that hit a residential area in Be'er Sheva on Wednesday morning. Schools in Be'er Sheva are closed for the day, and the Mayor has called on the government to deal with the rockets by all necessary means - including another invasion of Gaza if necessary.
A Grad rocket exploded early Wednesday morning in a private yard of a residential area in Beersheba.

No deaths were reported in the blast, however, one 56-year-old man was injured moderately in his chest by flying debris when he witnessed the grad's explosion from his third story window. He was treated by paramedics who arrived on the scene. Three others were treated for shock.

Only hours before, a Grad rocket launched from the northern Gaza Strip exploded south of Ashdod. There were no reports of injuries or damage to property.

An air raid siren was heard throughout Ashdod. Security forces were attempting to locate the rocket.
The IDF hit several terror targets in Gaza on Tuesday and Tuesday night. Read the whole thing.

Deja vu all over again?

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At 10:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No. It should not be "cast lead" again.

It should be molten lead, flattening as much of Gaza as possible.

The survivors can move to the new People's Free Democratic Republic of Egypt, where they can drink the waters of Alexandria - for eternity.

At 11:28 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

If Israel is to go into Gaza it must reoccupy it and eliminate the Hamas regime.

But this would require Israel's leaders to admit the Disengagement was a disastrous mistake.

They're not at the point yet where a reoccupation of Gaza will outweigh the costs of living with constant shelling of Israeli border communities.

It could take years before that happens.


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