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Monday, October 28, 2013

Netanyahu: 'I am still in control'

Prime Minister Netanyahu tried to demonstrate that he still controls something by sending the IAF to strike an empty Gaza rocket launch site on the same day that Israel announced the names of 26 more 'Palestinian' terrorist murderers who are being released on Tuesday.
The Israel Air Force struck two underground rocket launchers in the northern Gaza Strip on Monday morning in response to earlier rocket fire on the Ashkelon region.
Palestinian sources reported that the IAF strike targeted a site belonging to Hamas's Kassam Brigades terrorist group.
No injuries were reported in the IAF strike, according to Palestinian news agency Ma'an.
Earlier on Monday, the Iron Dome anti-rocket system intercepted a Palestinian projectile fired from the Gaza Strip toward  the southern city of Ashkelon, the IDF said.
A second Palestinian rocket slammed into an uninhabited area in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council area, an army spokeswoman added.
There were no injuries or damage in the attacks, which triggered a Color Red rocket alert.
The rocket fire came a day after two mortar shells fired from Gaza landed in southern Israel and coincided with the announcement of the names of 26 Palestinian security prisoners set to be released by Israel on Tuesday.
Until he learns to act in Israel's best interests rather than Hussein Obama's, Netanyahu will control nothing. Will he ever learn? Will he learn in time?

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At 11:31 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Carl, Bibi loves Bibi, and until he loves Israel more, he should NOT be PM. Israel needs a real leader, and Moshe Feiglin,IMHO, seems to be perfect.He puts Israel first.


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