Thursday, July 10, 2008

More Explosive News: "Mysterious explosion," "third round" of Jewish Qassams

Life is full of mystery:
Unknown assailants blew up the headquarters of the Yabous Charitable Association in Rafah in the Gaza Strip in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Eyewitnesses said they heard a huge explosion at 2 am.

The huge explosion destroyed the entire building, but no one was injured.

The reasons behind the attack remain unknown and the de facto government's police force have begun an investigation.
Life is full of irony:
Israeli settlers, taking a page from Palestinian armed groups in Gaza, launched three homemade projectiles at Palestinian villages south of the city of Nablus, in the West Bank on Wednesday.

Palestinian security source told Ma’an: "The projectiles were launched on Tuesday evening from the settlement of Bracha at the villages of Burin and Madama, they landed near civilians’ houses with no injuries reported."

This was the third such attack. The Palestinian Authority (PA) and Israeli army are investigating the incident.

Information delivered by Israeli army to the PA says that the projectiles were launched by a group of extremist students at a theological school located in the settlement.

No arrests were made in the previous two projectile attacks.
Not to mention the thousands of rounds of projectile attacks going in the other direction.

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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