Jun 8

Written by: Dr. Ernie Moore
Friday, June 08, 2018  RssIcon

A Palestinian youth uses a slingshot to hurl stones at Israeli forces during clashes near the border with Israel, east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on June 8, 2018. (Said Khatib/AFP)

You won’t see this on the evening news.

Note the headband. Hamas, the puppet of Iran in Gaza. It always amazed me that the terrorists are willing to sacrifice their people for a headline.

That headline is that Israel is a monster and killing “innocents” at the fence that separates Israel from Gaza. Of course the fence is the first barrier to protect the civilians who live and farm scant distances away.

We have visit the kibbutzim and seen the horrible damage that Hamas rockets do when they explode in and near the homes, schools and playgrounds. Little children scream in fear when the explosions come.

Now over 6200 acres have been torched by Palestinians who tie flaming torches to kites and float them above the security fence.

 

It seems me only right that PM Netanyahu has decided to subtract the amount of money necessary to compensate the farmers for their losses.

Palestinian protesters fly a kite with a burning rag dangling from its tail to during a protest at the Gaza Strip's border with Israel, April 20, 2018. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  One of Israel’s premier defense companies, Rafael is currently working on developing a defense system to deal with Gaza’s terror kites.

As the Times of Israel said recently, “Rafael is responsible for the Iron Dome missile defense system, its seaborne equivalent C-Dome, the Spike surface-to-surface missile and other arms. The Iron Dome system was developed to shoot down incoming rockets and missiles from Gaza, which it did effectively during the 2014 conflict with Hamas.”

 

One idea is to shoot them down with drones. The photo I saw looked amazingly like an old Huey chopper with some enhancements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOOK NEWS

The President (Jake Crabtree Book 9)The President (Jake Crabtree)

 

We are thrilled to share the latest Jake Crabtree novel, The President.

The two different covers are first the Kindle cover and the red one is for the paperback book. Both contain the same text, but getting my original cover onto the cover is more than crazy, so we opted for the red one.

The current President of the PA is five years past his ‘sell by’ date, and still in office at 83 years of age. He’s been in the hospital recently but still will not hold elections.

The President is one possible scenario, from my imagination only. It features Jake and his team as they get to know a former PA Security chief who wants to take the Presidency.

If you are a long time reader of Jake Crabtree adventures, you know that he does not live politics. This novel does have him around the edges, not of US or Israeli politics but of Palestinian events.

Our novels read like they came from the headlines, but nothing is there from real live people. All the story is fiction. You may have to remind yourself of that occasionally.

 

The books may be had at Amazon.

We are sure you’ll enjoy them.

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