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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

'Palestinian' rocket just misses Kindergarten

A rocket fired by 'Palestinian' terrorists from Gaza just missed a Kindergarten on Tuesday. Fortunately, since it happened in the evening, the kids weren't there.
Two Qassam rockets fired from Gaza exploded in the Sha'ar Hanegev farming region in the south on Tuesday evening. One rocket slammed into a storage house adjacent to a kindergarten in a kibbutz. A structure sustained damage in the attack, though fortunately there were no injuries. A second projectile fell in open territory.

Earlier on Tuesday, IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz told the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that the IDF will be forced to launch an offensive if rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip continue to be launched into southern Israel. He added that Israel must take the initiative.

In the next round of fighting, Gantz added, "we will need to shorten the length of fighting as much as possible," noting that speed is dependent on quality intelligence and quick action.
And this time, we have to finish the job and not abandon it in the middle.

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At 1:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And this time, we have to finish the job and not abandon it in the middle. ---------------- I couldn't agree more, also no warnings and no half measures. I know it is humane to give warnings before attacking, but it gives your enemy the chance to escape. And all that will do is prolong the fighting. Also the MSM aren't going to give Israel any credit for the warnings, they will continue to attack Israel in the press no matter what.


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