Monday, May 15, 2023

  • Monday, May 15, 2023
  • Elder of Ziyon

Reuters reported Sunday:

Gaza militants fired a rocket at southern Israel on Sunday, a day after an Egyptian-mediated ceasefire ended five days of cross-border fighting, and Palestinian militant groups said the launch had been a “technical error.”
Ah, a "technical error." That explains everything!

Because usually they blame natural causes.

In January 2022, two rockets were fired from Gaza towards central Israel, terror groups blamed "the weather."

In November, 2020, two rockets were shot towards southern Israel, and Hamas blamed "lightning."

In October 2018, two other rockets were shot at Israel, one damaging a house in Beersheva with the other landing off the coast of Tel Aviv, and lightning was blamed then. The IDF seemed to accept that explanation. 

I'm just wondering if other devices just go off by themselves in Gaza regularly. Do their toasters mysteriously start themselves? Their motorbikes? Do taxis self-drive at night after a lightning storm?

Or is it more likely that some Islamic Jihad member on Sunday decided that shooting a lone rocket would mean "victory"?

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