On The Edge Of War – Again

Injured person is taken to ambulance after a missile from Gaza Strip hit in the town of Sderot, Israel, Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2018.
Injured person is taken to ambulance after a missile from Gaza Strip hit in the town of Sderot, Israel, Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2018.

Channeling their inner Hitler, who loved to fire unguided V-2 rockets at London, causing panic and fear, and the deaths of thousands, the “peaceful” Palestinians are at it again, firing Katusha rockets into southern Israel at border towns along the Gaza Strip.

Eight projectiles were fired Wednesday at the small town of Sderot, a bustling Jewish community right smack dab up against the border with the Arab territory. Two rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile system, but at least two hit pay dirt, injuring at least three civilians.

I’ve been to Sderot many times. I was rocketed in Sderot during the 2014 conflict with Gaza. I can tell you from personal experience, the rockets are terrifying. You only get a few seconds once the alarm goes off to make it to a shelter. Sometimes you just can’t get there in time. Today, multiple children were in this predicament. There is a video on the web of a bomb going off nearby them as they huddled against the incoming artillery.

What Hamas is doing is evil. If anyone preaches about the “peace-loving Palestinians,” just tell them they are war criminals, firing unguided rockets into civilian areas. They are no better than Hitler-killing Jews with gas chambers, only the method is different.

I personally witnessed an elderly Jewish grandmother have a breakdown after a rocket landed in her backyard, where her grandchildren were playing seconds before, slicing up the surrounding buildings with molten hot shrapnel. It is not pretty. It is terrifying — on purpose, I might add — and it is definitely evil.

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See Also:

(1) After 50 Hamas rockets, IDF high command weighs full-scale operation against Hamas

(2) Hamas Blackmail, Media Silence

(3) Israel launches scores of airstrikes as Gaza fire persists

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