The Nudnik File

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Thursday, April 07, 2005

              The Hudna Goes On
The Palestinian "cease-fire" continues.
A Qassam rocket fired by Palestinian militants hit a cemetery in the Negev town of Sderot on Thursday evening, causing no damage and no injuries.

According to Israel Radio, the missile was probably fired from the Beit Hanun area of the northern Gaza Strip.
This seems to be a small indication of what is to come. According to this report, the IDF is preparing itself for a renewal and increase of the Oslo War in the fall of this year. As predicted, the Palestinians have spent their "cease-fire" time re-arming and preparing themselves for more attacks.
Already, a huge amount of weapons has been smuggled from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula to the Gaza Strip, the sources said. They estimated that more than 3,000 assault rifles, 400 pistols and 400,000 rounds of ammunition were brought into the Gaza Strip between July 2004 and February 2005. They said 600 kilograms of explosives have also been delivered to Palestinian insurgents.

Palestinian insurgency groups have also been amassing rockets and missiles, the sources said. They said the groups, particularly Fatah, Hamas and Islamic Jihad, have acquired more than 180 anti-tank rocket launchers and five anti-aircraft missiles.
It is clear that Abbas has no control over the PA, with infighting spreading to his own party, and that the Palestinian elections, as well as the upcoming "dis-engagement" will not bring Israel one step closer to peace. Until the terrorists are completely wiped out, and the Palestinians fully realize that war will only bring them more and more misery, peace will be impossible. No agreements, no "cease-fires", no Road Maps will mean anything until Israel fully defeats the Palestinians.
|| Nudnik 2:48 PM
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