Report: Fewer rockets on Israeli soil since operation Pillar of Defense
Yoav Zitun
Published: 06.11.13, 19:42
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1. quietest year?67 rockets too many
yigal ,   north   (11.06.13)
If you live out of range,It was a quiet year.
2. Fewer rockets must be due to global warming!
Jerome ,   Basalt, Colorado   (11.06.13)
3. Yigal, there is difference between 'quiet' and 'quietest'.
leo ,   usa   (11.07.13)
May each following year be the quietest and finally all years be quiet.
4. Good Morning Hamas
Tim ,   Brighton   (11.07.13)
So what will your Children learn at School today? How to H ate? How to A bhor? How to M assacre? How to A nnihilate? How to S laughter? Mmm What a coincidence Spells HAMAS
5. I find myself wondering ....
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.07.13)
.... how many missiles and mortars would need to be fired into, oh, say, the United States, or a European country, by a neighboring hostile territory before that hostile territory was eradicated? Doubt the number would reach sixty-seven. Or even come close. Sixty-seven missiles and mortars are sixty-seven too many. Of course, we could always put my theory to the test. Set up missile sites in Luxembourg and fire them into Belgium. Won't take the Belgians very long to mobilize. See what they have to say when Israel mobilizes against Gaza. Should be interesting. I'm guessing they would shut their foul mouths. Easy enough to talk tough to Israel when you're not the target. When you are the target -- well, that's different, isn't it? Blowhard Europeans. Time to teach THEM a lesson.
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