IDF jeep hit by Syrian gunfire; none injured
Yoav Zitun
Published: 05.11.12, 20:56
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1. I salute Grantz's restraint
Shep ,   Memphis   (11.05.12)
I am glad that cool Israeli heads are managing the borders and leading the IDF. Israel should only become engaged outside her borders when she is attacked specifically and not from skirmishes and ancillary damage. Our soldier's live are too precious to waste on saving those who wish ill thoughts on Israel. Let the Syrians sort out their internal grievences on thier own. There are no "good guys" in this fight.
STORMY ,   NJUSA   (11.06.12)
3. I can't remember the last time
Stephen in New York   (11.05.12)
the IDF was fired upon at the Syrian border.
4. I promise a tremendously strong response
Ehud Baraq ,   Defence Minister   (11.05.12)
As always, I am pledging a severely strong response. Short of actually doing anything, I promise I will make a very very exceedingly strong response this time. Love, Uncle Ehud
DAVID ,   JUDEA   (11.05.12)
Another excuse for our IDF leaders to show inaction like they do on our southern border.They get shot at because the IDF lost its deterrence and is now a free target practice and they know there won't be any action coming their way.
6. Taking back the Golan....masterful timing! TATA
Edithann ,   USA   (11.06.12)
7. Call it what it is, a sniper shot at an Israeli soldier.....
Brett Levitas ,   JHB South Africa   (11.06.12)
These syriants are just trying to drag the Israelis into their bloody civil war to divert attention from their murderous, bloodthirsty inquesition!!
8. Well done ISR for not allowing syriat to drag us
Brett Levitas ,   JHB South Africa   (11.06.12)
into their bloody conflict!!!!
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