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Morning Wrap: Six Missiles Today (so far)

Cross-border attacks continue unabated; four in less than one hour in Shaar Hanegev
Rescue forces inspect a car after Grad shrapnel hit it in Beer Sheva,November 20, 2012.

Rescue forces inspect a car after Grad shrapnel hit it in Beer Sheva,November 20, 2012.
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Hamas terrorists in Gaza continue to pummel southern Israel with rockets. As of this writing, multiple attacks were recorded Monday, including

9:38 – Anti-tank missile fired at IDF adjacent to Gaza border fence. No one was hurt and no damage was caused in the incident.

11:38 – Code Red alerts in Netivot, Sadot Negev Regional Council

11:50 – Code Red alerts in Sadot Negev Regional Council, Shaar Hanegev

12:12 – Code Red alerts in Sadot Negev Regional Council, Shaar Hanegev

12:44 – Code Red alerts in Sadot Negev Regional Council, Shaar Hanegev

13:08 – Grad Rocket explodes in Beer Sheva. No injuries or property damage were reported.

Three days ago, Israel “warned” Hamas it had two days to reign in the rocket fire or “face the consequences.”

 

 

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7 Responses to “Morning Wrap: Six Missiles Today (so far)”

  1. What is this. Now three days instead of two? Does Israel have a prime minister who’s a clone of Obama? If one issues an ultimatum, one should mete out the promised consequences. But, to draw a line in the sand and then back away from it is unimaginably stupid with Arabs. We’ve all seen how well this is working out for the Americans.

    Prime Minister Netanyahu, if you won’t live up to your threats, then DON’T MAKE THEM!!

  2. David Barker says:

    Are they brain dead

  3. Eddie Ancona says:

    He does fire back, don’t compare Netanyahu to Obama , that’s a insult to Netanyahu , at least he fires back at where missiles come from.
    Last week Mexico sent attacks at US Soil and America didn’t react at all, Big difference between the 2.

  4. the savages will never stop

  5. Uzi Kattan says:

    There is no cease fire, it’s only Netnayahu’s inaction. We need someone like Kahane to deal with this.

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