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Sunday, April 21, 2013

Wouldn't that be convenient?

Prime Minister Netanyahu so badly wants to avoid a conflict with Egypt that he is blaming Hamas in Gaza for rocket fire from Sinai on Eilat. Did Hamas really do it? I doubt it.
The two Grad rockets fired at the southern resort city Eilat last week were likely fired by a terrorist cell originating from Gaza and operating at the Sinai peninsula, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said at the opening of the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday.
The prime minister vowed to respond to the attack. "We will not accept this, we will exact a price," Netanyahu said. "This has been our consistent policy in the last four years and we will use it now as well," he added.
A Salafi jihadist group claimed responsibility for the attack on Wednesday morning.
“The lions of the Mujahedeen Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem managed to target occupied Eilat with two Grad rockets on the morning of April 17, and withdrew safely,” a statement posted on jihadist websites said.
It wouldn't be convenient to admit that Egypt is allowing attacks on us from its territory, would it? So we blame Hamas in Gaza and of course do nothing about it since this attack did not come from Hamas in Gaza. So the terrorists in Sinai get a free pass to keep attacking us.

What could go wrong? 

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At 10:47 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Aha! That makes sense now. I've posted the IDF's bright red ROCKET graphic on my FB, but there wasn't one for those Eilat rockets. And it looks like they may have taken off the older ones I "shared" over. Is that so they can regulate their response without people like me CATERWAULING about WARCRIME ROCKETS... sending it around the world!!!

At 12:03 AM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

I am not an Israeli, but if I were? I would want Moshe Feiglin for PM!

I am not all that fond of Bibi.


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