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  • bigross86
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    Hamas and their ilk have been violating the cease fire agreement repeatedly since it was reached last year. Last night, when thousands of Israeli kids were out lighting bonfires, Hamas decided to launch rockets yet again.

    But mysteriously, if anybody mentions anything at all, it will be the IAF attack and nothing at all about the Hamas rockets. There could not be a more clear cut case of right and wrong, with Israel completely in the right this time, but that doesn't make much of a difference to the world media....

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  • Minskaya
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    IAF strikes Gaza

    IAF strikes Gaza targets in response to rocket fire
    04/28/2013

    Israel will not tolerate a "drizzle" of rockets on its territory, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the cabinet Sunday, explaining an IAF strike in Gaza hours earlier against a terror facility and weapons storage site in southern Gaza. The IAF action was in response to overnight rocket fire on the Sdot Negev Regional Council. "I want to make clear that we will not tolerate a 'drizzle' policy; a 'drizzle' of rockets or missiles will be met by a very aggressive reaction, and we will take all necessary action to defend our citizens." In an apparent reference to concern about a spillover from the Syrian civil war, Netanyahu said this policy will be implemented in the "north, south or any other front."

    The IDF Spokesperson's Office confirmed a precise hit on the target in Gaza. "The IDF will not tolerate any attempt to harm Israeli civilians, and will not allow for a return to the reality before Pillar of Defense where Israeli civilians are threatened," it said in a statement. Last Sunday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed to respond to the terrorists behind the twin rocket attacks on Eilat eminating from Gaza the week before.
    Source: JPost

    Cease-fire agreement. More rocket attacks. Rinse and repeat ad nauseum.
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