Saturday, April 21, 2007

PA rockets destroy Sderot home

The arab filth of New Judenrein Gaza again launched Kassam rockets into the Green Line town of Sderot - for about the 7 millionth time since Ehud and Ariel ethnically cleansed the Jews from Gaza to "bring peace" - and this time they directly nailed a Jewish home, smashing it to a pile of rubble. Thank God, the rocket hit the opposite side of the house from where the family was gathered so nobody was killed in the blast.

( Palestinian Authority terrorists in Gaza fired four rockets into the Negev city of Sderot Saturday evening, injuring two people lightly. Six members of a single family were treated by emergency services for shock, after one of the rockets slammed into their home, causing extensive damage.

A Magen David Adom (MDA) first response unit reported that the two physically injured civilians were evacuated to Ashkelon's Barzilai Hospital. Itzik Alfasi, of MDA, told Arutz Sheva Radio that the family whose house was struck was miraculously spared, as the rocket demolished the western side of the house at a moment when the entire family was on the eastern side.

Of course, this occurs just two days after Ehud Olmert met with Holocaust denier Mahmoud Abbas on Holocaust Remembrance Day, promising the vermin gifts of weapons and money so that they will be able to more efficiently murder Jews.

Honestly, how is it possible that Israeli's are still willing to put up with this guy? Why aren't there protests by millions of Jews all over Israel demanding his immediate resignation after all the corruption and cowardice and Jewish lives needlessly lost to islamic turd chunks? How are the Israelis not demonstrating outside the Knesset, barricading Olmert from entering the building and rioting accross the country?

The apathy of the average Israeli is mind-boggling to me. Liberalism has simply killed Zionism.



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