zaterdag 1 november 2008

Twee anti-tank granaten op IDF-soldaten afgevuurd bij Kissufim grensovergang

Volgens de NOS is het enige probleem met het staakt-het-vuren dat Israel de grenzen nog niet geheel heeft geopend. Behalve dat het dat ook nooit heeft beloofd, zijn er aan de andere kant ook wel wat foutjes....


Two anti-tank missiles fired at IDF near Kissufim crossing Staff , THE JERUSALEM POST
Two anti-tank missiles were fired at IDF soldiers near the Kissufim crossing, in the southern Gaza Strip, early Friday morning in the first incident of its kind since the cease-fire between Israel and Gaza factions took effect some five months ago.

No one was wounded in the attack.

IDF troops were searching the scene out of concern that bombs were planted in the area.

Since the inception of the truce agreement in June, Palestinians have fired over 20 rockets and 20 mortars at western Negev communities, but no anti-tank missiles have been fired at the IDF.

On Monday, military uniforms that were intended to be used by Hamas for terror operations were discovered by military personnel at the Kerem Shalom Crossing into the Gaza Strip. The fatigues were hidden inside a truck that was carrying humanitarian supplies and had received permission to transfer its load to Gaza from the IDF's Gaza Coordination and Liaison Administration.

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