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60 Rockets


I mean, obviously these terrorists/murderers/idiots don’t know how to aim (thank G-d) and so, thank G-d, no one was hurt and there was only one incidence of property damage so far.

But, hello??  60 rockets in one day is ABSURD.

And by the way, we finally have a video of these Gazan “refugees” firing their rockets at our civilians, from a residential (i.e., civilian) area of Gaza.  In other words, they are inexcusably involving their own innocent (well, whatever) civilians in their war crimes against our innocent (for real) civilians.

Obviously, they are trying to take revenge on us for something or other.  Because we shot three of their terrorists who were firing mortars at us.  Because we caught the ship from Iran.  Because whatever.

But just so that you know . . .

Here’s the video of these animals firing at us from civilian areas.

Of course, the Iron Dome deflected a good portion of these rockets.  But the siren still sounded too many times, and is too traumatizing  – for them and for the rest of us.  I, like you, found out through the news.  Actually, not through the news.  From the Hebrew-language forum I’m on; someone wrote “scary scary scary, 60 rockets in an hour and a half!!”  I thought she was kidding me, though it’s not something you kid about, ever.  But instead of making a fool out of myself, I looked at Arutz Sheva’s Hebrew site – the English one didn’t say anything yet – and found it was true.  Hopefully, I won’t have to find out about rockets from the siren, because we’ll just keep hearing about it after the fact, from the news.  Better yet, there should be nothing to hear.

And, can I say s-*-*-t?  Because my brother-in-law (Jack) is in the army, not even finished his training, and there’s a chance he’ll have to be a security guard at one of the Gaza border checkpoints.  And there’s a smaller chance, but still a chance, that he’ll actually be sent into Gaza.  Remember, he – and the rest of his unit – haven’t even finished training.  But when you need soldiers, you take what you’ve got.  Even if they’re not finished training and very possibly not ready for the task they’re given.

Updated: This morning I found out that 90 rockets were fired at us last night, but thankfully, a third of them were misfired and never crossed into Israel.  In other words, thirty rockets were fired by terrorists, at Gaza.  And since these rockets were fired from civilian areas, it’s safe to assume that they fell in those same civilian areas, injuring and killing “innocent” civilians.  From my perspective, the more potential terrorists are killed by active terrorists, the better.  The dirty work is better done by them than by us – and no one can blame Israel for Gazans killing Gazans, though I’m sure they’ll try.

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