First Palestinian rocket from Gaza since November

The first Palestinian rocket launch since Nov. 13 landed harmlessly on Friday in Shear Hanegev after two balloons from Gaza with explosive devices attached were located and dismantled in the Sdot Negev Council region. An IDF helicopter blasted a Hamas position in reprisal. On Friday afternoon, Palestinian rioters again clashed violently with Israeli forces along the Gaza border – although in smaller numbers than usual. They claimed one killed and 5 injured from Israeli fire. So will the next $15m monthly installment of Qatar funding, for buying a Palestinian “ceasefire,” be allowed to pass into Gaza in January? The two installments delivered until now have earned Hamas more than $652,000 for every day of “calm.”

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3 thoughts on “First Palestinian rocket from Gaza since November

  • Dec 29, 2018 @ 10:50 at 10:50
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    bloody mafia arab extortionists.

    1 rocket should mean killing 1 hamas leader

    when did israel get so weak?

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  • Dec 29, 2018 @ 11:57 at 11:57
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    Ups, bad timing!
    Stupid bandits shoot one, they get 10 back as an answer.
    Happy Nabka, boys!

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  • Dec 29, 2018 @ 21:04 at 21:04
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    Why not TURN it around and confiscate that quatar funds for every day of violent riots gazans do not receive money but that money will be confiscated and used to compensate ie help victims of pali-violence
    Thus as said “The two installments delivered until now have earned Hamas more than $652,000 for every day of “calm.”
    Just let them PAY more than $652,000 for every day of violence, that might just teach them because the whole pali-cause thing is just a money making scheme to get funds from blind countries that fall for their sneaky propaganda (ie playing the martyr/ or hurt pali -card)
    just a Thought
    Shalom

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