Ceasefire in effect

Posted: February 26, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Gaza, Hamas, Israel, War
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Facepalm

Facepalm. Really.

His dreams were so new and pure… He hoped for the best… Instead – he’s got the usual.

I’m talking about the Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit, who voiced his opinion on state of the “ceasefire” between Israel and Hamas, by saying it is actually in effect. Yes, right now:

Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit told reported Wednesday that the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has already taken effect  on the ground, despite the absence of a formal agreement.

That is too bad his dreams were shattered to pieces by one of the participants in the ceasefire:

A Qassam rocket fired by Palestinians in north Gaza Thursday morning exploded in the yard of a home in the western Negev town of Sderot. No injuries were reported, but a woman was treated for shock, and two adjoining homes sustained minor damage.

The Color Red siren, which warns residents of incoming projectiles, sounded in Sderot and surrounding communities at around 8:30 am; the rocket fired at Sderot landed shortly thereafter, and another Qassam fired by Palestinian gunmen landed near Sderot’s industrial zone, causing no injuries or damage.

Oh, well. We’ll have to keep on dreaming, then.

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Comments
  1. […] thank God for that “ceasefire” that is already “in effect” – announced by the Egyptians. I mean – without it, we might actually have rockets raining down on Israeli […]

  2. Who would beleive? LOL Hamas broke a truce again…..
    I’ll bet a weeks wages that the pin heads blame it on us again.

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