Tuesday, March 15, 2016

When terrorist attacks are a couple of near-invisible blips on the radar - by Arnold Roth

...It's not surprising that most people don't know about the worrying daily realities of the Arab-on-Israeli war of terror. Such daily "near-misses" and other failed or thwarted attacks are so rarely reported outside our neighborhood. They therefore have close-to-zero impact on public awareness of how people live their lives on a razor's edge in an ongoing war.

Arnold/Frimet Roth..
This Ongoing War..
15 March '16..

Take a moment to consider two mostly-unreported events from last night (Monday) in the ongoing Arab-on-Israel terrorism lottery.

A rocket was fired into southern Israel around midnight. It of course came from some rocket launching pad operated by aspirational, terror-minded Gazan Arabs, and was fired in the vague, general direction of Israel in the evident hope of hitting something. Something painful to Israelis, naturally. Through good luck or providence - but not because of any lack of malicious intent - that goal was not achieved, and the inbound rocket

exploded in an open area in the Shaar Hanegev region of southern Israel. There were no physical injuries or damages. [Israel National News, March 14, 2016]

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