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Post time 2009-9-30 08:44:00 |Display all floors

What the reports don't say is that every Kassam .......

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.................... rocket the Hamas fires on our civilians ..................... perpetuates more misery to the Palestinians "have nots" .......

Furthermore, I am happy that some of the well paid parasites at the UN wrote that report and made it public

At one point in time, Israel will have to decide between one of these two alternatives:

- Israel evacuates all the Jewish population this side of the border to keep the civilians out of range from the rockets (mainly six to sixty kilometers)

- Or (and this is my favorite option) Israel "moves the border" sixty kilometers inland, into the Palestinian territory, in order to keep the Hamas out of range of our civilians living nex to the border.

I think I am going to ask Betrayed to prepare a poll, ................ what is China Daily regulars' opinion? What do they advise will be more effective? To give up to the Hamas terrorism ...... or to push them south, closer to the border with Egypt ....... the southern neighbor that "historicaly" has prooven it knows "better", how "to keep" the Palestinian terrorists on leash.

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Post time 2009-9-30 08:52:20 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rrhonda at 2009-9-30 08:44
I think I am going to ask Betrayed to prepare a poll


Yes, please do so.

Perhaps you can also help him start another anti-Arab thread, before it gets deleted as well.

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Post time 2009-9-30 09:00:54 |Display all floors

We will do it the hard way

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On message #15 I published a link to a summarized list of all the Palestinian rocket attacks to Israeli civilians, so far on the year 2009.

When you click the link, ...................................it sends you elsewhere.

Is this the work of China Daily's moderators?
Was that link such a hard to beat argument? ...... that you have "to play" with the content of my message??

How is the world going to take you seriously, People of China? ........ when China Daily, YOUR FACE, .......... your "business card" .................. IS LIKE A FAKE ROLEX......




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Post time 2009-9-30 09:03:58 |Display all floors
January 1, 2009-January 18, 2009
Further information: Gaza War#Palestinian paramilitary activity

January 27, 2009
Palestinians activated an explosive device. The explosive device was detonated against an Israeli army patrol along the border just north of Kissufim crossing about 8 a.m. In the fighting, an Israeli soldier was killed and three others were wounded, according to the Israeli military. About 90 minutes later, a Palestinian was killed by Israeli helicopter fire east of Khan Yunis, near the border fence with Israel.[1]
January 31, 2009
One Grad rocket struck south of Ashkelon after a Color Red alert sounded in the city. The projectile struck an open field in the city. No injuries were reported in the attack.[2]


February 1, 2009
Palestinian militants in Gaza fired at least five Qassam rockets and 14 mortar shells at southern Israel.
Two Israel Defense Forces soldiers and an Israeli civilian were lightly wounded four mortar shells fired from the Gaza Strip exploded near them in the Sha'ar Hanegev region of the western Negev.
Three rockets struck the Eshkol region, two of them landing in open fields and the third between two kindergartens. A fourth rocket struck an open field in the Sdot Negev Regional Council area and a fifth exploded in Nir Am, near the Gaza border. No casualties or damage were reported in any of the strikes.
Four mortar shells struck the Eshkol region of the western Negev earlier on Sunday, as well. No injuries or damages were caused. [3]



Palestinian militants in Gaza fired at least one Qassam rockets and 3 mortar shells at southern Israel. The Israel Defense Forces said it targeted the gunmen who had fired the mortars.[4]
February 3, 2009
Palestinian militants fired a Grad into Ashkelon on Tuesday. Mayor Benny Vaknin told Israel Radio that a Grad rocket "struck the heart of a residential neighbourhood". "To the best of my knowledge, when it's a Grad rocket, it's from Hamas," Vaknin said.[5]
February 4, 2009
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip launched a mortar shell at southern Israel, which exploded in the Eshkol Regional Council. Three people were treated for shock after the attack, but there were no casualties.



February 6, 2009
Palestinian militants fired two rockets from the coastal strip into Israel. The first of the rockets hit the Sha'ar Hanegev region. Three hours later, a rocket hit near the coastal city of Ashkelon. The attacks caused no casualties.



February 8, 2009
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired a Grad rocket at Ashkelon. The rocket attack on the southern town caused neither casualties nor damage. Earlier that day, a Qassam rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck the western Negev. The IDF said one car was set ablaze and several others were damaged by shrapnel. No injuries were reported.[6]
February 10, 2009
"A Kassam rocket struck the western Negev" during the day of the 2009 Israeli legislative election.[7]. Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired the rocket just half an hour before the polls were to close[8].
February 11, 2009
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip fired four mortar shells at the western Negev [some versions indicate only two mortar shells] during the course of the day Wednesday[9].
February 13, 2009
Two Qassam rockets and a mortar shell fired by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip exploded in the western Negev, causing no casualties or damages. One of the rockets struck an open field in the Eshkol Regional Council and about an hour later another hit near the city of Sderot.
February 15, 2009
A rocket struck southern Israel late Sunday night in the Sdot Negev area[10]
February 16, 2009
Palestinian rockets hit Israel Monday morning. Two rockets fired from Gaza one hitting an open area in the Sha'ar Hanegev region and the other hitting inside a kibbutz in the Sdot Negev region. No injuries were reported in either incident, but some property sustained damage.
IAF jets bombed the Philadelphi route, an area of smuggling tunnels near Gaza's border with Egypt in response to the rocket fire[11].
February 18, 2009
On Wednesday, a Qassam rocket hit the western Negev. The rocket exploded in a field in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council, causing no casualties or damages[12].
February 19, 2009
Five Qassam rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into the western Negev. Two in the morning hitting the Eshkol region and three in the evening, one hitting near Sderot and the other two near Netivot. The rocket attacks caused neither casualties nor damage. Shortly afterwards the morning attack, the Israel Defense Forces hit a Palestinian militant attempting to plant a bomb on the Israel-Gaza border, lightly wounding him. The militant, who was hurt near the Keren Shalom border crossing, was later taken to a hospital in Israel for treatment. Israel Air Force warplanes bombed six smuggling tunnels along the Gaza-Egypt border in response to the morning rocket fire. The attack caused secondary blasts, according to the IDF, which showed that explosives were hit in the airstrike. :There were no reports of casualties[12].
February 20, 2009
Gaza militants fired 10 mortar shells and a Qassam rocket into the western Negev on Friday[13]
February 21, 2009
A rocket struck Ashkelon[14]
February 22, 2009
Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on Sunday fired two mortar rounds at Israel Defense Forces soldiers near the border, Israel Radio reported. Earlier a Qassam rocket hit the western Negev. There were no casualties or damages reported in either incident[15].
February 23, 2009
Two Qassam rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into the western Negev. One in the morning landed near Sderot and one in the afternoon landed near a kibbutz. Also, "Israeli forces crossed into Gaza and exchanged fire with two Palestinians who were planting explosives near the fence between Israel and Gaza. ... The Islamic Jihad said on its Web site that the attack was planned to kidnap soldiers."[16]
February 25, 2009
Two Qassam rockets struck the Sha'ar Hanegev region in the western Negev on Wednesday. There were no reports of casualties in either incident. As a response, Israel Air Force bombed smuggling tunnels under the Gaza-Egypt border. There were secondary explosions, showing they contained weapons material.[17]
February 26, 2009
Three Qassam rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip. One of the rockets damaged two houses in Sderot early in the morning and the other "landed near an industrial zone .... A woman and her son were treated for shock."[18] "In the evening," a rocket "struck an open field in the Eshkol Region."[19]
February 27, 2009
Two Qassam rockets were fired from Gaza. One struck the western Negev while the other hit the Sdot Hanegev area. No casualties or damage were reported in the incidents.[20]
February 28, 2009
Ten rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel. Six rockets targeted Gaza-area communities, two hit Ashkelon, one landed in the Eshkol district and one near the Sdot Negev area. There were no casualties or property damage, with the exception of one rocket that struck an empty schoolyard in Ashkelon. The school itself was severely damaged, with shrapnel hitting some of the classrooms (including areas the Defense Ministry had defined as safe). Several people were treated for shock by paramedics who arrived at the scene. Following the attack, Deputy Mayor Cohen of Ashqelon met with the commander of the Home Front Command Southern District. They decided the school would be closed on the 1st of March, while its students would be sent to an alternative venue. All other schools in the city will function as usual. [21]
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March 1, 2009
7 rockets were launched into Israel, one of which struck a yard in Sderot. No one was hurt in any of the attacks.[22]
March 2, 2009
Palestinian militants fired a rocket into the southern city of Ashkelon from the Gaza Strip Monday evening. No one was hurt and no damage was caused in the attack. In light of the ongoing rocket fire from Gaza this week, the parents' association of the Ashkelon school system announced that they would shut down area schools, as the buildings are not properly fortified against rocket attacks. The parents said that they would go to the schools and physically prevent students from entering the buildings, Israel Radio reported.
Meanwhile, Israel filed an official complaint with the United Nations on Monday over the continuing rocket fire.[23]
March 5, 2009
Palestinian militants launched a barrage of Qassam rockets and mortar rounds into Israel on Thursday. They fired six Qassams from the Hamas-controlled territory into the western Negev; all struck open areas, and caused no damages or injuries. Two mortar shells struck near the Nahal Oz region, also causing no casualties.
Later on the evening, Palestinian militants fired a Grad rocket that struck a synagogue in the southern town of Netivot, causing light damage to the building. The Israel Air Force retaliated shortly after the attack, striking four smuggling tunnels in the southern Gaza Strip, the army said. No one was wounded in the rocket attack on Netivot.
In a statement issued after the strike on the tunnels, the Israel Defense Forces said: "As the sole authority in the Gaza Strip, Hamas bears full responsibility for all terror originating within its area of control. The IDF will continue to respond to any attempts to destabilize Israel's South."[24]
March 7, 2009
At least three rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel, hitting the western Negev.
March 8, 2009
On Sunday morning, militants in Gaza fired four Qassam rockets at the western Negev. Three rockets hit the Eshkol region and one struck the Sdot Negev region. No injuries or damage were reported in any of the incidents, but the early warning siren was not activated, causing panic among some local residents.
The Israel Defense Forces reported they targeted a weapons warehouse used by militants and bombed two smuggling tunnels under the Egypt-Gaza border. Hamas security officials said that the warehouse was empty and no one was injured.[25]
March 10, 2009
Militants fired four rockets at Israel on Tuesday, the IDF said.[26]
On Tuesday morning, militants in Gaza fired two Qassame rockets at the western Negev. No injuries or damage were reported in either of the incidents.[27]
Later two more rockets were fired. The Israel Defense Forces says its aircraft hit a Palestinian rocket squad in Gaza just after the militants fired the rockets. Palestinian security says three people were wounded. The airstrike took place in northern Gaza, the most frequent launching area for rockets.[28]
March 11, 2009
Shortly afterwards, two rockets struck the Eshkol region in the western Negev. The rockets hit open areas, causing no casualties. Later, in the afternoon, two additional Qassam rockets fired from the Gaza Strip hit the western Negev, one of them striking a canister of natural gas in the Sha'ar Hanegev region. The canister did not explode, and no injuries were reported in either incident[29]. Along the day, two Israeli "women were treated for shock." in relation with the rockets[30]
March 12, 2009
Hamas rulers on Thursday made some rare criticism of Palestinian rocket fire on Israel, saying now was the wrong time for such attacks. "Regarding the report about rockets fired from Gaza, we emphasize that these rockets have no link to any of the Palestinian resistance groups and are being fired at the wrong time. We emphasize also that the security agencies are investigating who is behind such acts," the Hamas-controlled Interior Ministry said.[31]
March 13, 2009
Three rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel. One was fired in the morning hitting the Eshkol region. The other two were fired in the evening hitting the western Negev. No injuries or damage were reported.[32]
March 14, 2009
Rockets explode inside Israel in the western Negev on March 14[33][34]
March 24,2009
According to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, "A Kassam rocket was fired at southern Israel from the Gaza Strip. The rocket, which landed in an open area south of Ashkelon on Tuesday afternoon, caused no injuries or damage."[35]
March 25, 2009
The IDF's Coordination and Liaison Authority for the Gaza Strip, is summarizing a list of casualties significantly different from the one published the 20th by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights.
1370 fatalities are listed, more than 600 identified as members of a militant organization, 309 described as "uninvoved", 320 for which the IDF has not yet been determined whether they have any affiliation with a militant group and 14 fatalities were members of Fatah whom Hamas executed during the fighting [36].
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Post time 2009-9-30 09:05:47 |Display all floors
April 1, 2009
Three Qassam rockets were fired by Gaza militants from the Strip into Israel.[37]
April 15, 2009
Palestinian militants fired a Qassam rocket into the western Negev on Wednesday, ending a 2-week lull in cross-border rocket fire. The rocket exploded in the Eshkol region, causing neither casualties nor property damage.[38]
April 30, 2009
Palestinian militants fired a Qassam rocket into southern Israel. The rocket landed near a kibbutz, but "no injuries or damage" were reported.[39]
[edit] May
May 10, 2009
Palestinian militants fired a Qassam rocket into southern Israel. The rocket landed near a kibbutz, but "no damage was reported."[40]
[edit] July
July 16, 2009
Palestinian militants fired a Qassam rocket into southern Israel. The rocket landed in the Sdot Negev region and no damage was reported.[41]
[edit] August
August 9, 2009
Palestinian militants fired mortars into southern Israel. During one round, the mortars landed two mortar shells struck near the Erez Crossing, just yards away from ambulances that were transferring a Palestinian heart patient to Israel for treatment." During another round, shells "landed nearby a group of IDF engineers."[42]
August 24, 2009
Palestinian militants fired mortar shells into southern Israel. The mortar shells landed near an IDF base and injured an Israeli soldiers.[43]
August 29, 2009
A rocket fired by Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip "landed in the western Negev."[44]
August 30, 2009
Palestinian militants fired mortar shells into southern Israel. The mortar shells were aimed at the Israeli civilian city of Sderot.[44]
August 31, 2009
Palestinian militants fired rockets into southern Israel. As of the afternoon of 31 August, the landing spot for the projectiles have not been located.[44]
[edit] September
September 3, 2009
Palestinian militants fired mortar shells into southern Israel. The shells "landed in an open areas in the western Negev."[45]
September 20, 2009
Palestinian militants fired Qassam rockets into southern Israel, which "exploded in open areas in the western Negev."[46]
September 24, 2009
Palestinian militants fired Qassam rockets into southern Israel, which "hit an open area in the Eshkol Regional Council in southern Israel. "[47]
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Post time 2009-9-30 09:07:57 |Display all floors

I WONDER IF THIS DATA ....................

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................. WILL BE INCLUDED ON SOME OF THE united nation's REPORTS
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