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Gaza’s Kerem Shalom crossing reopens partially

Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman announced the partial reopening of the Gaza Kerem Shalom border crossing at 12:000 Tuesday following the slowdown of Hamas’ incendiary balloon attacks on Israel. Foodstuffs, medicines, fuel and gas will be allowed to go through into the Gaza Strip.

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3 thoughts on “Gaza’s Kerem Shalom crossing reopens partially

  • Jul 24, 2018 @ 16:07 at 16:07
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    Why are Israel and Egypt not using the easy route to bring the Terrorstians to their senses – embargo until they change their evil behavior and terrorist tactics? Egypt has just as much to gain from a pacified Gaza as Israel. Egypt loses many troops and lives to the Gaza branch of the Muslim Brotherhood – terrorists who morph into jihadists in the Sinai and kill Egyptians.

    Israel is crazy to give these terrorists money, materials and everything the Terrorstinians need to do battle against Israel and kill Jews.

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  • Jul 24, 2018 @ 18:38 at 18:38
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    “Eager beaver” to please the two-legged rats, again ?! Lieberman:
    hope that the next fire-kite lands on the roof of Your house !

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  • Jul 24, 2018 @ 19:01 at 19:01
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    Temporarily opening the Kerem Shalom crossing is a good idea, provided a small group of 10-15 tanks jump in and start shooting to everything in sight for an hour or two, to be replaced when ammunition goes low until the end of the day, then close the crossing again and get prepared for the next opening.

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