donderdag 18 maart 2010

Israel weer onder (dodelijk) raketvuur.

Sinds de beeindiging van de Gaza oorlog zijn er al weer 100 raketten vanuit Gaza afgevuurd.
Dat dit geen kachelpijpen zijn (zoals de Israelbashers altijd beweren) die geen enkele schade aanrichten is helaas weer eens bewezen: Er is iemand dodelijk geraakt.
Opmerkelijk is dat op het moment van lancering de "Europese minister van buitenlandse zaken" Ashton net in Gaza aanwezig was. De vraag is of ze op deze misdaad tegen de menselijkheid volgens internationaal recht zal reageren!
De EU was er namelijk wel op gebrand Israel te brandmerken via goedkeuring van het Goldstone rapport, maar over voortdurende schending van internationaal recht door Hamas hoor je de EU zelden.
 
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Gaza rocket kills man in southern Israel
By Haaretz Service
Tags: Israel news, Qassam 
A rocket fired by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on Thursday killed a migrant worker in the northern Negev.

Paramedics brought the man to the infirmary at Moshav Nativ Ha'asara, but declared him dead shortly after. This was the third rocket fired from the Gaza Strip in less than 24 hours, according to the Israel Defense Forces.

One rocket hit an open area in the south Wednesday night. There were no casualties in the incident, but two women were treated for shock after hearing the Color Red rocket alert.
Two more rockets were fired on Tuesday at the western Negev, causing no casualties or damages. Residents of nearby communities said they did not hear the rocket alert before the explosion.

The rocket on Thursday was launched as European Union's foreign affairs chief was visiting the Hamas-controlled enclave.

The EU's top diplomat, Briton Catherine Ashton, had crossed into the Gaza Strip from Israel about an hour before the attack, the first deadly strike from the territory since the end in January 2009 of Israel's Gaza war.

More than 100 rockets have been fired from Gaza at Israel since Operation Cast Lead ended in January 2009, according to the Israel Defense Forces. More than 25 have been fired since the beginning of this year.

Israel has responsed to strikes since the war with air raids, targeting militants and suspected weapons-manufacturing facilities in the territory.

Hamas Islamists, who seized the Gaza Strip in 2007 in fighting with forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, have been urging other militant groups not to mount attacks on Israel, voicing concern about retaliation.

An unknown Gaza group, Ansar al-Sunna, claimed responsibility for the attack, launched a day before the international Quartet of Middle East peace mediators was to meet in Moscow to discuss ways to revive Israeli-Palestinian talks
A rocket fired by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on Thursday killed a migrant worker in the northern Negev.

Paramedics brought the man to the infirmary at Moshav Nativ Ha'asara, but declared him dead shortly after. This was the third rocket fired from the Gaza Strip in less than 24 hours, according to the Israel Defense Forces.

One rocket hit an open area in the south Wednesday night. There were no casualties in the incident, but two women were treated for shock after hearing the Color Red rocket alert.
Two more rockets were fired on Tuesday at the western Negev, causing no casualties or damages. Residents of nearby communities said they did not hear the rocket alert before the explosion.

The rocket on Thursday was launched as European Union's foreign affairs chief was visiting the Hamas-controlled enclave.

The EU's top diplomat, Briton Catherine Ashton, had crossed into the Gaza Strip from Israel about an hour before the attack, the first deadly strike from the territory since the end in January 2009 of Israel's Gaza war.

More than 100 rockets have been fired from Gaza at Israel since Operation Cast Lead ended in January 2009, according to the Israel Defense Forces. More than 25 have been fired since the beginning of this year.

Israel has responsed to strikes since the war with air raids, targeting militants and suspected weapons-manufacturing facilities in the territory.

Hamas Islamists, who seized the Gaza Strip in 2007 in fighting with forces loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, have been urging other militant groups not to mount attacks on Israel, voicing concern about retaliation.

An unknown Gaza group, Ansar al-Sunna, claimed responsibility for the attack, launched a day before the international Quartet of Middle East peace mediators was to meet in Moscow to discuss ways to revive Israeli-Palestinian talks

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