Friday, December 19, 2008

What a difference a day does not make.

The trouble with the Israeli-Hamas truce officially ending is that it looks so much like the day before. Yesterday via Jerusalem Post:
A Kassam rocket struck an open area in a kibbutz in the western Negev on Thursday. The latest strike brings the number of Kassam rocket attacks for the day up to eight.

And today (Jerusalem Post):
Palestinian terrorists fired three Kassam rockets at the western Negev on Friday morning, slightly over an hour after the cease-fire between Israel and Gaza factions officially ended. Two of the rockets landed in open fields in the Eshkol region, while the third slammed into the Sha'ar Hanegev area. No one was wounded and no damage was reported. Also Friday morning, Gaza terrorists fired at farmers near Kibbutz Nir Oz, in the Eshkol region.

While today’s count looks a little on the low side remember the day has yet to end. The only upside I can see is that apparently the Gaza Strip Hamas leadership has decided to pull a Saddam and are reportedly hiding out in their very own spidey holes.

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