Excerpt Of The Day: Israel Decides On A Policy Of Tit-For-Tat Payback

by John Hawkins | November 29, 2007 8:41 am

The attack on a Hamas terrorist position[1] in Khan Yunis Wednesday afternoon which killed two was the first sign of a new IDF policy regarding Gaza terrorists. Military sources told Maariv/NRG that from now on, the IAF will attack a random Hamas target in Gaza every time a mortar shell or rocket hits an Israeli community, and will no longer limit itself to striking the terrorists who launched the rockets.

They said that the IDF has now established that Hamas is behind all of the terror emanating from Gaza and will thus retaliate against Hamas targets regardless of which organization takes credit for terror attacks.

…For months, the IDF has been forced to comply with the government policy of limiting its retaliation to strikes against terrorists in the act of firing rockets, and immediately before or after launching them. Attacks on terrorists in the act of firing at Israeli civilians were called off if they appeared to entail a danger of hurting non-combatants. This policy caused great frustration among the victims of the Gaza terrorists, many of whom felt that the government prefers enemy civilian lives over their own.

Happy hunting, Israel!

Hat tip to Solomonia[2] for the story.

  1. attack on a Hamas terrorist position: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/124411
  2. Solomonia: http://www.solomonia.com/blog/

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