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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Iron Dome to be deployed in southern Israel

With yet another Kassam rocket landing in southern Israel on Saturday morning, the IDF has decided to deploy the Iron Dome system against short range missiles in the area.
“Iron Dome” will provide part of the answer to the threat of rocket fire at Israel’s southern communities, not discounting shelters and offensive measures.

The decision to accelerate the deployment of the system was made in light of recent events in southern Israel and according to security assessments.

The deployment will not be permanent, allowing the systems to be moved between areas according to evolving security assessments.
Note that they're not claiming it's a complete answer to the missile problem - at least we've made that much progress. In fact, I would bet it won't be much of an answer at all.

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At 4:48 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

All to avoid ordering the IDF to topple the Hamas regime in Gaza.

And the other side of the picture is the Stupid Jews will again mindlessly transfer $13 million to Gaza even while they're under attack!

Ain't life wonderful? Not for Israelis living under attack and the government's response to that is to do nothing.

What could go wrong indeed


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