BDS The IDF attack tunnels all the time - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Peter Williams
    • 21.09.09 | 02:04 (IDT)

    In fact you may have noted that a tunnel was attacked just the other day in NORTHERN GAZA! 1.5km long, the purpose of which was to kidnap Israelis. Here's the link: http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1115690.html So my question to you is: If attacking a tunnel is such a henious crime that it warrants hundreds of Qassams to be sent back to Israel, then why didn't that happen after the tunnel was attacked a couple of days ago? I mean if Hamas had "no choice" but to send back hundreds of Qassams, they would do it every time a tunnel was attacked wouldn't they? NO BDS THEY DID HAVE A CHOICE. They could elect to do nothing, they do it regularly. The fact is they thought they could get away with terrorising the Israeli population indefinitely and Israel finally called their bluff.

    from the article: U.S. calls UN report on Gaza war unfair to Israel
    First published 00:47 19.09.09 | Last updated 17:21 19.09.09
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