Sunday, June 22, 2008

Jewish Yeshiva Youth fires "Kassam" into village; Rabbi gives approval

Maybe the story should have read "Shin Bet" fire Kassam at Israeli villages, Rabbi give blessing. Yeah, that sounds more like reality.

The reality is that Israeli's and their internal secret intelligence organization, the Shin Bet fire "Kassams" all the time from Occupied Palestine back into Israel, to wreck peace negotiations and to help paint the Palestinians as a bunch of barbaric loonies, always ready to blow up women and children.

Now, we see the truth part of the world already knows: That it's Israel and her henchmen and women that fire these "Kassams" into Israel, while the Zionist owned and managed MSM paint the distorted picture that it's the Palestinians.

How savage and vicious can a nation be to murder their own? Good question. Try asking those 3,000 people murdered on 9/11.

Samaria: Jewish Youth Fired 'Kassam' at Arab Village

( A student at "Od Yosef Chai" Yeshiva in the Samarian Jewish community of Yitzhar recently assembled a "Kassam"-type rocket and fired it at a neighboring village, NRG-Maariv reported Friday. According to the report, Rabbi Itzik Shapira, who heads the yeshiva, is suspected of involvement in the incident.

The rocket landed in a field between Yitzhar and the Arab village that was targeted and exploded a few meters away from a Breslaver Hasidic Jew who was busy praying at the time. No one was hurt.

Headline News Friday, June 20, 2008 Israel Today Staff

Israeli youth fires his own 'Kassam' rocket

Fed up with ongoing Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel, an Israeli yeshiva student in Samaria on Friday launched his own crude, homemade rocket at a nearby Arab village.

The rocket landed in an open field outside the Arab village, and did not cause any injuries.

Israeli police launched an investigation to find out the identify of the student, and any other accomplices he may have had in building the rocket. According to other members of the yeshiva, the student responsible learned how to build the rocket on the Internet.

In related news, a ceasefire between Israel and the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip entered its second day on Friday. Gaza-based terrorist rocket crews continued to hold their fire, while most Israelis continued to view the truce with great suspicion.

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