Monday, August 02, 2010

Rocket attacks on Eilat

The BBC coverage of the rocket attack on Eilat was 'interesting'. Somebody seemed to think it a good idea to bring in an expert on tourism to discuss the impact for British travellers?! No questions were asked as to the motive or timing - so soon after the rumours of implicating Hezbullah in the assassination of Rafiq al Hariri and so soon after the visit of President Assad and King Abdullah to Beirut on Friday.

If Israel and America start another war against Hezbullah, or even Iran, the conflict will engulf all of Israel's borders and not just its northern ones.

6 comments:

idnavigator said...

Everyone also seems to be forgetting that rocks struck Aqaba too, and were fired from Eilat. I think that adds a fairly important dimension.

idnavigator said...

And by "rocks" I mean "rockets," of course.

SiSi said...

What do you mean? You think it would target Jordan too? Well that is understandable due to the high Palestinian population but what motive would they have to hit Egypt....we still manage to successfully sit on the fence in any such situation

SiSi said...

Not to mention being Israel's only ally...and Mubarak isnt dead yet

Lirun said...

what crap.. nothing was fired from eilat to jordan.. and i didnt realise maysaloon that you were recently appointed as a prophet

Lirun said...

mazal tov on the appointment..