Monday, July 04, 2011

Gazan Terrorists Play Russian Roulette Again With Israel
Nadene Goldfoot
A Kassam rocket landed in Israel's western Negev yesterday, fired from Gazan terrorists after a quiet of only two weeks.  The problem with these Kassams is that their primitivity means they have no guidance system and land wherever they land.  It's like Russian roulette.  The area they are pointed at is all civilian populated.  It could land in a field or on a child going to school.  Though it did not damage anything this time, a missile of this type is dangerous just the same.  What happened to the cease fire Gaza had promised?  Evidently we can't depend on their promises. 

Resource: Arutz Sheva Newspaper
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