Monday, December 30, 2013

30-Dec-13: Rocket fired into Israel from Gaza

As the government of Israel prepares to release some 26 convicted murderers from their prisons in order to appease the Palestinian Authority and the US government, there are signs that the Palestinian Arab celebrations have gotten off to an early start. At about 5:40 pm this evening (Monday), the Tzeva Adom incoming rocket warning system was heard in parts of southern Israel. Shortly afterwards, a rocket fired by terrorists from the Hamas-dominated Gaza Strip crashed and exploded in southern Israel's Sha'ar HaNegev region where, as far as Ynet knows, no injuries or damage resulted. Eleven communities are based in the Sha'ar Henegev region, located midway between Beersheba and Ashkelon, with a total population of 6,000 and covering about 180 square kilometers.

1 comment:

S H Cohen said...

Thank you for the website over the past year…always informative…and perceptive…most Jewish folk are appalled at the double standards and gross misrepresentation of factual information…when it comes to reporting on Israel…the piece below on St James Church in London is a shock to the system of any reasonable reader…the very large majority of critics of the Hebrew State have never lived there…brain washing is much more common on this planet than people realise…the Palestinian narrative dominates…though why Palestinian barbarity…going back a long time in history…is not acknowledged is a key question…those who have a hand in promoting hate and horrible violence…should have no place in the promotion of a sane future for the Middle East…S H Cohen