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    • Yonatan Netser
    • 10.04.11 | 12:13 (IDT)

    Lost among your self-congratulations is the fact that Hamas also made a huge breakthrough in the past few days. Despite lack of support from the political wing, Hamas's military wing persisted with the development of its new weapon, the "Izzadin Kassin Crib Killer." It had been apparent that actions like at Itamar had killed an insufficeint number of Jewish babies at one time. Something was needed to increase the numbers. The new "Crib Killer" was able to penetrate Zionist defenses and home in on a yellow school bus, just as designed. While still experimental, the hope is that more "Crib Killers" will soon be manufactured and available for full operational deployment. Firing the baby boomers is expensive, but future funding is anticipated via Iran and supporters of the hungry and beleagured people fo Gaza. Local residents gathered recently to marvel at the latest Hamas technology and to give thanks. Shalom!

    from the article: Iron Dome makes world history intercepting nine Gaza rockets
    First published 03:12 10.04.11 | Last updated 03:12 10.04.11
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