Article copyRockets hit the Israeli town of Sderot on Wednesday, as they have since Israel was accused by the European Union of using "disproportionate force" in her answer to Hizballah's wanton attacks on her citizens and land, during the Summer of 2006 conflict with the gang of Mahmoud-backed Islamothugs.
You might be tempted to ask, "so what's the big news then?"
The big news is that it happened to interrupt an Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony—an event that, according to Brigitte Bardot's idol Jean Marie Le Pen, didn't really happen. Or wasn't that bad anyway. A mere detail you know.
Sderot: Qassams hit during Holocaust ceremonyGood on them. As long as this attitude prevails, the gangs of Islamothugs will learn what many a Euro-Fascist did before them, right before they bit the bullet in the Berlin bunker.
Two Qassam rockets landed in an open area near Sderot Wednesday night shortly after the Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony began in the western Negev town's sheltered cultural center. No injuries or casualties were reported.
The western Negev was hit with 15 Qassam rockets since the morning hours.
Moyal [Mayor of Sderot — Ed] added that he thought it was necessary to hold the ceremony despite the security concerns. “I think that our answer to terrorism is not being afraid. Presently, the leadership must make decisions, but in light of this special request, we changed the location and the ceremony took place as planned.”
The Waffle SS fan club, headquartered behind a desk at the Brussels Journal, did not feel compelled to comment so far.