Thursday, March 01, 2012

"Moderate" Fatah still firing rockets at Sderot

The Al Aqsa Martyr's Brigade is the Fatah military wing that was supposedly dismantled years ago. But they still have a webpage.

I just noticed that they took credit for one of the rockets fired into Israel last week:

Praise to God, our fighters bombed Sderot with a Noaa maximum missile 103 on Thursday, 23/02/2012 at 7:08 PM , accurately wounding a usurper.

O sons of our struggling people:

As we are witnessing today the repeated attacks by the Zionist killing machine and some of the charlatans of the descendants of apes and pigs on our people and the Al Aqsa Mosque and its courtyards which is pure sacrilege.

...Our enemy does not understand the lessons of history that the will to freedom and independence is never defeated and we will not kneel down...we are in the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and with us all the free world and the absolute conviction that freedom will not come without the option of armed struggle. The Palestinian identity is being lit to illuminate the sky of the universe; our freedom is coming from the barrel of a gun.

It is a revolution until victory.

Bombardment for bombardment ... death ... killing horror horror

Al- Aqsa - Palestine
Martyr Brigade Commander
This sounds exactly like the original Fatah ideology from the early 1960s. What a coincidence.

In other news, several rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel today. Apparently the terrorists are now taking advantage of rainy weather to fire rockets without (they hope) being seen.