What would you do if Islamic Terrorists fired rockets at you?

I've received a few emails questioning Israel's right to defend itself and its attacks on Hamas, the Palestinian government in the Gaza Strip.  Watch this video:

Hamas, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad ("Jihad means" "Holy War"), and other Palestinian terrorist groups have literally fired over 10,000 rockets into Israeli cities since 2001 - deliberately trying to murder Israeli women and children.  What would you do if your neighbors denied your right to live and fired rockets at your schools and homes?

Found the video, on the great Twitter feed http://twitter.com/IsraelConsulate - also for more great videos, check out Israel's YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/idfnadesk.





Posted by David Melle
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Awesome video! Simple and to the point yet delivers a concise message. Thanks for posting it.

Posted by: Outrider at January 2, 2009 11:01 PM


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