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    • Jonathan S
    • 30.10.07 | 11:49 (IST)

    The perplexity of the Israeli leadership facing the rocket and missile threat by the pawns of Iran is really disturbing. It makes Israel a laugh in the whole Arab world. Yesterday Senior Hamas leader Nizar Rayyan said that the terror group would soon take control over the West Bank and that the regime of Abbas will fall like a leaf. At the same time Abbas, in an interview to the Jerusalem Post, accused Hamas of planning to overthrow his government in Ramallah and take over Fatah-controlled Judea and Samaria like it did in Gaza. There is no technological solution to the missile threat and when it should be ready, the terrorists will use more advanced weaponry. Apparently the Israeli leadership wants to wait until the first plane will come down over Ben Gurion Airport. There is only one solution and the Israeli leadership knows it. But they want to muddle through like with the Gaza supply cuts. This will end up like last summer.

    from the article: Intercepting Qassam rockets
    First published 00:00 30.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.10.07
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