August 1, 2014

Iran Is the Arsonist of Gaza

Bob Feferman, Times of Israel

The Associated Press

Consider this fundamental fact: Since 2005, terrorists from Hamas and Islamic Jihad have fired more than 13,000 rockets at Israeli cities. Has anyone in the western media bothered to ask where all of these rockets are coming from?

There is one sovereign nation that should be held fully accountable for Gaza’s suffering, and that is Iran.

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TAGGED: Iran, Israel, Hamas, Gaza, Terrorism


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