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Wednesday, November 15, 2006 

Rocket attacks on Sderot claim first victim since "disengagement"

The result of not taking any serious action against the terrorists in Gaza:
A 17-year-old Sderot resident sustained serious injuries and three others were lightly wounded in a Qassam attack on the western Negev town Wednesday evening, the local municipality said.

The rocket landed in the city center, causing damage to buildings in the area; residents were asked to remain indoors.

Six rockets were fired from the northern Gaza Strip at the Western Negev Wednesday morning, and two of them landed in the town of Sderot.

One of the rockets hit a busy street in town, killing a 57 year old woman and seriously wounding a 24 year old man, one of the Defense Minister Amir Peretz's bodyguards who was on duty at the time. Peretz resides near the street where the rocket landed. Six other suffered from shock. Magen David Adom ambulance crews evacuated the casualties to the Barzilai hospital in Ashkelon.

The bodyguard lost both his legs from shrapnel and is currently still in surgery. Achlama Peretz, Defense Minister Amir Peretz's wife, phoned his family to offer any help she could provide.
Thanks to his incompetence, Peretz has cost even one of his own employees the use of his legs. There was a poll today in the free Hebrew language daily Yisraeli that told that 62% of the Israeli public feel that the Gen. chief of staff, Dan Halutz, who also shares some responsibility, should resign, and sizable percentages also felt the same about Ehud Olmert and Peretz.

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