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Saturday, September 24, 2005 

Belated air strike against the Hamas

The IAF has belatedly struck back at Hamas terrorists who launched a missile attack on the Negev, targeting the Sderot area yet again. Four terrorists were killed, but it's still coming too late, as even the residents of Sderot I'm sure, would agree.
The Israel Air Force launched its fourth air strike on terror targets Saturday evening after 6 p.m. The attack came a short time after four Kassam rockets were fired at the western Negev town of Sderot, wounding one civilian lightly.

In addition the IAF dropped flyers in Arabic from the air to Palestinian residents in Gaza warning them that Israel's response to the ongoing attacks will be harsh.

The flyer read: "Hamas fires Kassam rockets at Israeli citizens in order to cover up their responsibility for the killing of Palestinians in the parade in Jabaliya. Hamas, serving its own interests, has resorted to systematic lies that will harm you and drag you once again into despair and destruction, and has resulted in a closure on the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Authority is responsible and must act immediately to stop the Kassam rocket attacks emanating from areas under its control and dismantle the infrastructure. The Israel Defense Forces will act harshly against anyone who threatens the security of its citizens."

In addition the army said its missiles struck an area near Beit Hanun that was used by the terrorists to fire the rockets.
Also in the news, a truck carrying Kassam rockets for Hamas exploded during a rally in Gaza, killing at least 19 and wounding 120 others. They asked for it, they got it.

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