Israel Under Attack from Gaza Again

Israel suffered the largest rocket attack in years today. Thank God, no one was killed:

Israeli communities near southern and northern Gaza have come under heavy rocket attack on Wednesday evening. The IDF said at least 30 rockets had been fired in the largest attack since 2012's Operation Pillar of Defense.

The IDF said eight rockets hit urban, civilian areas. One rocket landed in Sderot, according to police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld, although there were no immediate reports of casualties...

The Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for Wednesday's attack, saying that over 90 rockets had been fired toward Israel, a spokesman for Al-Quds told Palestinian news agency Ma'an.

Remember, these rockets are coming out of the unoccupied territories -- Gaza, the place that Israel left years ago.

Posted by: Rusty at 02:12 PM


1 IAF hit 29 terrorist sites in retaliation. To hell with retaliation, I want them to take the offensive and hit those targets before they shoot those rockets .. terrorists lobbing those rockets shoot them from places where civilians are. My daughter is safe in her bomb shelter tonight. Hope she sleeps well.

Posted by: Bubbe at March 12, 2014 05:17 PM

2 The criminal terrorists are just helping the Israeli farmers with the spring plowing, Much of the food grown in these fields will be used by Israel to feed their worthless and useless butts.

Posted by: John Schwab at March 12, 2014 06:00 PM

3 I live in the area they are shooting at...I understand that whatever we do the 'polite world' is going to get p$ssed. So, might as well go for broke, but I've maybe got a bad attitude here ;)

That said, nothing says you are being looked after better than a couple of Apaches flying over watch...

Posted by: John at March 13, 2014 10:35 AM

4 The Wednesday total was more like 90. 60 into Israel and 30 reported not clearing Gaza. Minimum of 2 on Thursday.
Using nukes would be dangerous to Israel, but Napalm on the other hand...

Posted by: Kafiroon at March 13, 2014 11:19 AM

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