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Hamas Fires Peace Rockets

With just one day to go before the "cease-fire" (which is nothing more than an opportunity to re-arm without fear of an Israeli attack), Hamas thought it appropriate to send another day's worth of rockets into Israel:
Despite the formal announcements from Jerusalem, Gaza and Cairo announcing the ceasefire agreement will go into effect at 6:00 am on Thursday, it was the routine of incessant attacks Israel's South awoke to on Wednesday. In the most recent attack a house in Sderot was hit directly, and ten residents suffered from shock. A woman lightly injured her leg while running for cover.

The Air Force (IAF) attacked two different rocket-launching cells in the northern Gaza Strip, which Palestinian sources said were responsible for the rocket barrage. The IDF stated that in both cases hits were identified.

With less than 24 hours to go before the ceasefire, Palestinian terror groups opened fire at Israelis on the border and launched at least 29 Qassam rockets and ten mortar shells towards the western Negev. Seven rockets were fired within the space of 15 minutes and landed in open spaces south of Ashkelon and in the Sderot area.
Before the announcement of the cease-fire, the Israeli Air Force also decided to bomb a car in the southern Gaza Strip. Inside this car were five members of the Army of Islam, the group responsible for the abduction of IDF soldier Gilad Schalit and BBC reporter Alan Johnson. Good riddance.

How many hours should we give Hamas until they violate the so-called "cease-fire?" As long as it takes them to truck in as many Iranian-made weapons as possible.

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