Rantings of a Sandmonkey
Here we go again!
A missile? What are they calling it in Arabic, SM? This doesn’t seem like the kind of engagement where Israelis would be firing missiles, let alone missiles that land in Egypt.
I see a pattern here. You left out the part about this missile having not exploded, and the IDF working to dismantle it so it does not harm anyone. This part is somehow left out in your post.
Let’s talk about real acts of war, NOT mistakes:
1. Jordanian soldier opens fire at Border Guard patrol near Arava terminal north of Eilat.
2. At least two Katyushas fired at Western Galilee region, one rocket hits nursing home in Nahariya, lightly injuring two people.
Red Tulips @ 2,
How do you know Israelis are working on disabling missile, which landed on Egyptian territory.
Something does not add up here.
So the missile malfunctioned. So what? It’s not like it was aimed at egypt.
It’s about a missile landed in the Egyptian territories, whether it exploded or not isn’t the case here and thank God that it didn’t!
We can’t await your missiles to land every day and keep silent just because it malfunctioned!! Imagine that a missile landed in the Israeli lands and it won’t cuz we have that peace treaty which Israel keeps violating by these missiles and air raids on Gaza from the Egyptian airspace!
H @ 6,
There is a connection between missile ending up across a border and not exploding. It was faulty missile.
That aside, must Israelis operate heavy machinery so close to the border? Can job be done using some kind of alternative more accurate means?
PS. Let me play devils advocate for a moment. Could it be possible for missile not explode elsewhere withing Gaza limits and then carried over to Egyptian side and planted?
God damn stupid . . . can’t think of enough curse words for what the Israeli army is doing so close to Egypt at this point. One accident (the shrapnel) is understandable. Two is the start of a pattern. And it better be the end of it.
“It’s about a missile landed in the Egyptian territories, whether it exploded or not isn’t the case here and thank God that it didn’t!
We can’t await your missiles to land every day and keep silent just because it malfunctioned!! Imagine that a missile landed in the Israeli lands . . .”
Very good point. I assume this means you wholeheartedly support the IDF operation in Gaza, from whence thousands of missiles have actually landed in the Israeli lands?
Egypt should fire back
Actually, since it landed on your side of the fence you get to keep it and yell: Hey you kids, get out of my yard!
What about the missiles smuggled from Egypt in to Gaza that just happen to somehow hit Israel?
Good point cubanbob!! Egypt has some responsibility for those missiles, their damage to property and the deaths of the people killed by them.
Point fingers at each other if you must. But keep on kicking Hamas and their groupies int the nuts while doing it.
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