Sunday, July 17, 2005

"Disengagement" Brings Terror

As Sharon charges forward with his expulsion plan, the consequences of the plan are already being felt:
Arab terrorists killed 22-year-old Dana Gelkowitz at Moshav Netiv Ha'Asara in a massive mortar shelling Thursday evening. She lived in Kibbutz Bror Chail, where she is to be buried on Friday.

The moshav is located about 200 meters (650 feet) north of the Erez Crossing in northern Gaza and has been the target of previous mortar shell and rocket attacks.
For those who do not understand: Moshav Netiv Ha'Asara is in pre-1967 Israel! But this is just the beginning:
Terrorists continued massive mortar and rocket attacks Saturday on Israel, wounding dozens. Sharon allowed IDF air-strikes, but put on hold a ground response after Rice said she will visit.

Sixteen people, including seven children, were injured in a Kassam rocket blast on a house in Nissanit in northern Gaza on Saturday evening. They were hospitalized for light to moderate wounds.

Ten rockets and mortars exploded on Sderot throughout Saturday, continuing the shelling which became heavy there Friday. Several residents became hysterical. The two-day assault on Sderot caused many residents to flee to friends and relatives further away from Gaza. The remaining residents mostly stayed inside their homes, except to walk to synagogue Friday night and Saturday.
Who will open the eyes of our blind leaders?

Update: Two Seriously Wounded in Shelling Attack

Update: Prayers Requested for Mortar Attack Victim Yigal ben Zahava

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