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Thursday, April 22 2010

Katyushas Fired At Eilat

According to YNet News, two Katyusha rockets were fired at Eilat.

One apparently flew over the city, landing in the industrial zone of the adjacent Jordanian town of Aqaba. A second landed in the Red Sea. They were presumably fired from the Sinai peninsula. No indications of any casualties.

Developing . . .

 

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And our President wants to pressure Israel to "make peace"??? It's like nothing different that Alice in Wonderalnd: step through the looking glass into a whole other world with its own reality. Obama et. al. will dismiss this incident completely. Let's see how it can be spun so the Israelis end up to-blame!!

Just what was the rockets' target and if it was deliberate is still not quite clear. The Hashemite Kingdom has enemies and firing from Sinai makes great sense as both Israel and Jordan have no freedom of action there.

As you note this is still a developing story.

BTW I'm not suggesting that rockets can be fired accidentally but that perhaps this was a test and both rockets were planned to fall into the sea.

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