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Gaza news---a proper way to start your day
IAF strikes head of Hamas's military wing Ahmed Jabari

IAF strike kills Hamas Commander Ra'ed al-Atar

Official: Jabari killing is first of many Gaza strikes

IDF hits 20 underground long-range rocket sites in Gaza

Live blog: Escalation in the South
Posted by:g(r)omgoru

#9  Both the US Ambassador to Israel and US State Dept HQ came out with Israel supportive statements today. Both essentially condemned the Hamas attacks and regretted loss of civilian life.

So, at least so far, no throwing Israel under the bus.
Posted by: lord garth   2012-11-14 20:45  

#8  It is true that Ahmed Jabari carried out some anti Al Q and anti Islamic J ops as part of his overall duties. However, he has led, planned or directed hundreds of attacks on Israeli civilians.

The next phase will be interesting. Israel has the location of dozens of Hamas ammo storage sites that are in residential or even hospital locations.
Posted by: lord garth   2012-11-14 17:57  

#7  Israel killed its subcontractor in Gaza
Posted by: tipper   2012-11-14 16:55  

#6  Check out Groms link to the live blog, it's pretty intense. Paleo's are trying out their long game, trying to get in a lucky shot. But now, for once, targeting information is being acted on and quickly.
Posted by: Shipman   2012-11-14 16:12  

#5  If Hezbollah gets the message, they may survive---JQC
Posted by: g(r)omgoru   2012-11-14 12:24  

#4  Or just the usual reaction to harassing fire from the enemy?
Posted by: JohnQC   2012-11-14 12:18  

#3  Taking out the Hezbollah and Hamas missiles prior to an Iran strike?
Posted by: JohnQC   2012-11-14 12:17  

#2  L'affaire Petraeus will divert attention not only from Benghazi.
Posted by: Nimble Spemble   2012-11-14 11:44  

#1  actions have consequences? Whoda thunk it?
Posted by: Frank G   2012-11-14 11:04