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An unprecedented 80-rocket barrage hit Israel within the space of a few hour this evening, with 30 rockets being shot within 10 minutes: Hamas fired over 30 rockets in a ten-minute period into Israel on Monday, with hits reported in … Continue reading
Here we go again. Israel is about to release more murderous terrorists (read and be sickened) at the behest of the Americans; US Secretary of State John Kerry is quietly revving up in a corner, ready to leap into action … Continue reading
It’s time for another installment of my Good News Friday series, and since today is both Rosh Chodesh (1st of the month) and Chanukah, this week’s post will include extra goodies beyond the usual 3 items in honour of the … Continue reading
Here are some quick updates on the 7th day of Operation Pillar of Cloud: A rocket was fired at Jerusalem for the second time (the first time was on Shabbat), landing in the Gush Etzion area without causing damage or … Continue reading
Once again apologies for the lateness of this blog post. Day 6 of Operation Pillar of Cloud was marked by a decline in rocket attacks from Gaza and talk about a possible ceasefire. “Decline in rocket attacks” however is only … Continue reading