...qassam rockets are fired by the dozens and certainly not aiming at open fields or orchards but rather at a town. So far, arab sympathizers claim that qassam shots don't deserve the massive shelling because they don't kill anyone. This is certainly not a valuable argument because terrorists obviously aim to kill (as well as to terrorize). If there's been little death so far, we must thank chance rather than arab restraint. The rockets that fell in an empty classroom and others on empty houses could have killed much kids and arabs would have rejoiced, as they already have in such circumstances. Does it really make a difference whether someone trying to kill fails or succeed ? I don't think so. Shit happens, especially in a war and we could just as well send the responsibility of the shelling not to Israel but to terrorists firing rockets from civilian areas.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
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