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Monday, July 14, 2008

Re: Jew launches rocket

It's about time! If our army can't do it, maybe the time has come for the citizenry to teach the murderers a lesson, I'd say. Isn't the whole purpose of a national army to defend its citizens.?Well, Tsahal is not doing its job. So maybe the time has come for a NEW army to take shape, one that WILL protect its citizens.

Shame on Tsahal for failing to do what needs to be done.

Shame on this government for capitulating to the enemy.

And shame on our courts for directing the whole surrender spiel.

And of course, let all our enemies whoh are pushing our so-called leaders to defeat drown in their own blood.

That young man is a hero and should be treated as such.


Aryeh sent this article.Thank you.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Report: Jew launches rocket into Palestinian city
Would be 1st-ever Israeli homemade projectile firing

Posted: July 13, 2008
1:33 pm Eastern

By Aaron Klein


JAFFA, Israel – The Israeli media is reporting today a Jew was arrested in conjunction with an attempted rocket attack aimed at a Palestinian village. 
If the report turns out to be accurate, the arrest would be the first-ever for a Jew implicated in a rocket attack against a Palestinian population center. 
The Palestinians have fired thousands of rockets from Gaza into Jewish cities, devastating communities outside the Gaza Strip and killing 13 Israelis. Hundreds more Jews were injuring in Palestinian rocket and mortar attacks.

Israeli Police Spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld would only confirm to WND that Gilad Herman, a West Bank Jewish religious school student, was arrested yesterday "on suspicion of weapons charges following a house-to-house search one month ago."
Israel's leading Yediot Aharonot newspaper reported Herman was arrested on information he was involved in a failed rocket attack last month on the Palestinian West Bank village of Burin, which neighbors Herman's school in the town of Yitzhar.
In that attempted rocket attack, the projectile failed to reach its destination, landing short just outside the parameter of Yitzhar. At the time, police and Israeli forces suspected the blast was a Palestinian attack on Yitzhar's Jewish residents, but they later found the rocket and information indicating Jews were behind the blast.
Police suspect the perpetrator of the failed attack used Internet material to learn how to build a homemade rocket.
Palestinian police officials last month also claimed two mortars were fired from a West Bank Jewish town into the Burin Palestinian village.  The police officials said the mortars had labels with the names "Sharon-1" and "Sharon-2," apparently named after former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
Meanwhile today, Gazan Palestinians fired two mortar shells aimed at Israel, once again violating a cease fire agreed to last month between Israel and the Hamas terrorist organization.
Yesterday, Palestinians fired a Qassam rocket into Israel, bringing to over a dozen the number of mortars and rockets launched from Gaza since the truce was forged.


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