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10 injured after rocket strikes parked car in downtown Eilat Israel(fired from Sinai)
Posted on 07/14/2014 8:07:33 PM PDT by janetjanet998
6 A.M. The IDF says three rockets fell in Eilat, two in an urban area and one in an open area. The rockets were apparently fired from the Sinai Peninsula.
Security officials recently raised the possibility of rocket-fire originating from Sinai entering Israel.
Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the Hamas military wing, tweeted that "this is the first time Israel has been attacked from all fronts - Gaza, Lebanon, the Golan Heights and Sinai." (Gili Cohen)
(Excerpt) Read more at haaretz.com ...
TOPICS: News/Current Events
:02 A.M. A spokesperson from Yoseftal Hospital in Eilat says the hospital received 23 casualties following the rocket explosion in Eilat. Ten of those suffered light injuries, and 13 were being treated for anxiety. (Revital Levy-Stein)
Enjoying your Ramadan dinner, Mr. Soetoro?
posted on 07/14/2014 8:09:13 PM PDT
by Texas Eagle
(If it wasn't for double-standards, Liberals would have no standards at all -- Texas Eagle)
There will never be a better time to clear out the rat’s nest than RIGHT NOW....
posted on 07/14/2014 8:12:19 PM PDT
“...rocket strikes parked car in downtown Eilat Israel...”
Those new automated parking meters don’t give you any slack when the timer runs out.
(Glad no one was killed)
posted on 07/14/2014 8:23:39 PM PDT
(Hmph. Adventure. Heh. Excitement. Heh. A Jedi craves not these things.)
Allah’s youngin’s blow up so quickly these days.
posted on 07/14/2014 8:51:06 PM PDT
To: Texas Eagle
I wonder if Ms Soetoro approved it...
posted on 07/14/2014 9:06:10 PM PDT
(I'm ExCTCitizen and I approve this reply. If it does offend Libs, I'm NOT sorry...)
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