Skip to comments.Hamas fires rockets after declaring ceasefire contingent on Israeli withdrawal
Posted on 01/18/2009 8:53:51 AM PST by chuck_the_tv_out
Sunday, Jan. 18, Hamas leader Mussa Abu Marzuk in Damascus declared an immediate ceasefire on behalf of all the Palestinian organizations conditional on Israel's withdrawal from Gaza within a week. A few minutes later, two rockets exploded in two kibbutzim near the Gaza border, topping 15 fired earlier at Sderot, Ashkelon, Eshkol, Ashdod and Kiryat Gat. DEBKAfile's military sources report that armed Hamas units are moving to take control of the Gaza Strip as Israeli forces redeploy ready to withdraw.
(Excerpt) Read more at debka.com ...
Israel needs to end these escalations.
(just warming up for the new administration)
If I were Israel, I’d pull out then drop all the artillery they could possibly send into Gaza and just level the place...Hamas will never stop hating Israel and desiring her obliteration - so either kill or be killed. This “let’s not harm innocent children” is NOT biblical.
that’s the 15. the debka story refers to another 2 after their “ceasefire”
Israels’ fault for disrupting Hamas’ lines of communication?
(nobody told ‘em)
I’d run the tanks, then the bulldozers through. Push them all into the sea.
Yes, that's what they do.
A short-range rocket stuck the Eshkol region at approximately 3:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon, landing in an open area. No one was injured and no damage was reported. The attack came one hour after Hamas terrorists allegedly announced their acceptance of the ceasefire. However, they continued to demand that the IDF withdraw all its forces from the region, which Israel is not likely to do in the near future.
Just before 2:30 p.m., two long-range Grad rockets exploded in the coastal cities of Ashdod and Ashkelon....
Either Gaza continues to kill Jews or Jews take over Gaza.
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