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Fear And Loathing in Netivot

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Postby David44 » Fri Oct 19, 2012 6:16 am

Netivot is suffocating from Palestinian attacks. They write that during last week not a single of shot 60 missiles caused any destruction. Of course not for all of them weren't even put together properly and weren't meant for ground attacks at all. Though some of them occurred to be chemical ones and banned by various international conventions. Otherwise there would be a dead city instead of Netivot now.
I'm correspondent of local branch of Maariv. We've made our own investigative reporting. The back story is that a big column of military equipment had been transited from Libya to Syria. It was escorted by rather gay and happy fellows from Syrian Rebel Army. You see their big American friends allowed them to use surface-to-air missile systems from stores of deceased Gaddafi for righteous fight against bloody dictator al-Assad. But those extremists decided to make some extra cash and occasionally sold some of these deadly weapons without instructions to Palestinian herdsmen considering themselves bold guerilla. And those shlimazls had never seen such cool staff in their lives. And Baruh ha Shem.
But still... Americans, do you really know what you're doing with your support of those odious Islamites here? Those apes with AK-47 have already spread all over our region terrorizing peaceful people.
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