The IDF strikes at a ready target, except that it accomplishes nothing, if not even increasing the damage. The likely culprits are al-Qaida, not Hamas. Multiple and co-ordinated attacks is the hallmark of al-Qaida, to say nothing about the fact that the attacks occured near Eilat, not Gaza. It reminds me of the 80's, when everything that happened in Lebanon caused an IDF attack on PLO bases, until Hizballah became known. We now have a repeat performance. For now, Hamas controls Gaza. If it is weakened significantly, or if attacked mindlessly, the place will be taken over by al-Qaida. Somebody in Israel must start thinking about the future, not only about the present.
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Gaza education ministry shuts 2 Shejaiyeh schools citing fear of Israeli artillery fire (Haaretz)
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