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IAF Bombed the Gaza Stadium, where Missiles Were Fired from the Grass

The IDF said that Hamas made cynical use of the stadium
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Even after operation Pillar of Defense is complete, it will be a long time before they play major league soccer in the Gaza strip. Last night Gaza’s “Palestine” International soccer stadium was among dozens of targets bombed by AIF.

On Saturday night, F-16 fighter planes opened fire on the site, leaving four large holes in the playing surface, while causing severe damage to an indoor hall and an adjacent building of the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

Then, last night, according to Palestinian reports, three rockets hit the stadium – and caused even more damage. It was also reported that a woman who lives in a house adjacent to the stadium was wounded by shrapnel.

The IDF said that Hamas made cynical use of the stadium, using the grass field as a launch pad for rockets fired at Israel. “Terrorists fired rockets into Israel hid under the grass turf a large arsenal of weapons,” a military source told Israel TV Channel 2.

IDF Spokesman Yoav (Poly) Mordechai said this morning that the IDF “attacked the Gaza City Stadium after receiving clear information about it being used for firing rockets, which once again shows the use being made by terrorist of civilian centers.”

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5 Responses to “IAF Bombed the Gaza Stadium, where Missiles Were Fired from the Grass”

  1. Zack Stavsky says:

    Good job IDF keep it up! Am Yisrael Chi!

  2. Josh Jaye says:

    "have no pity; do not leave even one, lest the whole of Israel be defiled."

  3. Terrorists only understand one thing ::TERROR:: so it is upon their own heads. Sad for Innocent Victims but in War there is always Innocent Victims.As is also in he Results of Sins food for thought maybe?

  4. too bad they didn't atom bomb it.

  5. too bad they didn't atom bomb it.

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