Israel has been under constant rocket fire this past week while the world acts as a shield for these devout savages. Nearly 200 Gaza Rockets Fired Into Israel; Sderot home hit, 3 family members injured The incessant mortar fire from Gaza has led to rocket sirens going off in at least sixteen communities in southern Israel.
Only under Islam is targeting children, schools, hospitals and places of worship considered “righteous.”
INN: Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman spoke at the start of a cabinet meeting about the latest escalation in the Gaza Strip and the possibility of continued kite terrorism under the auspices of the ceasefire reported last night.
“There is no intention to contain rockets or kites and anything,” Liberman said. “I hope that Hamas will draw conclusions, and if they do not, they will have to pay a heavy price.”
This morning, Sunday, ministers Naftali Bennett and Yisrael Katz criticized the government’s policy vis-à-vis the Hamas terrorist organization that controls the Gaza Strip.
Minister Bennett said at the cabinet meeting, “For three months, we have been witness to incendiary terror of about 1,000 balloons on residents of the Gaza vicinity. In recent days alone, the residents of the south absorbed about 200 rockets. In timing that is convenient for it, Hamas dictates that there will now be a ceasefire.”
“Let it be clear: a ceasefire without stopping terror is not a deterrent – it is surrender. I and the justice minister [Ayelet Shaked] will oppose any ceasefire that allows Hamas to rearm and continue to fire balloons at the residents of the south. The time has come to act,” he added.
Minister Yisrael Katz (Likud) added that he expects Defense Minister Liberman to present the cabinet with a proposal for a clear policy vis-a-vis Gaza.
“The collapse of Hamas and the elimination of terror, or separation from all civilian responsibility and the creation of a boundary line with full deterrence – as with Syria and Lebanon. There is no option of continuing in the current situation. It is not fair to the residents of the Gaza vicinity and harms the security of the State of Israel,” Katz said.
WATCH: Hamas rocket hits kindergarten playground in Sderot
July 13, 2018
The city of Sderot in southern Israel is among the main targets of Hamas terrorists firing rockets and incendiary kites and balloons from Gaza. Here is live footage of a kindergarten being hit recently. Fortunately, the children had not yet arrived.
— United With Israel (@UniteWithIsrael) July 15, 2018
Update to #Sderot: One rocket made a direct hit on a home wounding 17 yr-old girl with shrapnel wounds to her face, a 20 yr-old girl with injuries to her limbs and a 52yr-old man with a chest injury. Another rocket hit the courtyard of a synagogue
— Anna Ahronheim (@AAhronheim) July 14, 2018
— Michael Dickson (@michaeldickson) July 14, 2018
WATCH: scene of this evening's rocket hit at a house in #Sderot
Police bomb disposal experts in the city of Sderot responded to 4 different sights where rockets struck causing damage and injuries. 3 People were taken to hospital for emergency treatment. pic.twitter.com/M1UBilrk9R
— Arik Gerber (@ArikGerber) July 14, 2018
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