Tuesday June 24, 2008
I've Been Thinking:
Hours ago, in the dark of night, a mortar landed in the Negev.
It was not a meteor from outer space - it was a rocket from Gaza.
Why am I even mentioning it?
Because a cease fire has been in place between Israel and Gaza since Thursday morning at 6 AM.
Not much hoopla about the breaking of the ceasefire.
After all, it was just one rocket. Relative to a normal day on the Gaza border only one rocket is still considered quiet.
But the ceasefire was broken. And the question begs asking: What would have happened had Israel broken the ceasefire?
The city of Sderot has been expecting the ceasefire to be broken.
They have had two false alarms and sirens have sounded detecting incoming rockets.
Israelis living on the border with Gaza still have not had a quiet night's sleep.
In Sderot, the threat is as terrifying as the reality.
For good reason.
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4 June 2017 12:14 PM in Thoughts
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