Monday, May 30, 2011

Rocket Landing in Southern Israel Once More

Nadene Goldfoot
Southern Israel has experienced six weeks without any rockets or missiles, but that stretch was just broken by a rocket from Gaza landing on Saturday in Southern Israel's Eshkol region.  It landed without hitting anything, but one never knows where these things will land.  The last one had hit a yellow school bus. 

Along with the rocket, Israel has been told to not interfere with the Flotilla coming with who knows what for the Gazans.  It could be holding anything from potato chips to more missiles.

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