Each and every day there is another rocket fired at the Negev. Each and every day there is another shooting attack, attempted homicide bombing, knifing, rock throwing etc. And if you listen to the media or read papers you will see that in many cases (like today) the group that takes credit for it is the Aksa Martyrs Brigades “a military arm of Fatah,” like it is two different groups.

Ladies and Gentleman, that’s like calling the US Marines a military arm of the United States. Terrorist groups set themselves up that way so they can have their Knish and eat it too. The military “wing” operates in the dirty underground of terrorism and the rest of the organization tries to operate in the more respectable world of governing and diplomacy. BUT MAKE NO MISTAKE. Just as the United States Marines take their orders from the President of the United States. The military wing of Fatah take their orders from the head of Fatah, the President of the PA Mr Abbas. Enough of that “Moderate” talk —Abbas is a Killer.

Woman moderately hurt after Kassam hits W. Negev

JPost.com Staff, THE JERUSALEM POST May. 6, 2007

A woman was moderately wounded by shrapnel and a number of other people were reportedly in shock after a Kassam rocket landed near Sapir College outside Sderot on Sunday afternoon. The rocket struck a gas station in Sha’ar Hanegev, and caused damage. A total of five Kassams have been fired at Israel since Sunday morning. Earlier, a security guard aboard a fuel truck was seriously wounded in a drive-by shooting near the village of Dir Kadis, close to Ramallah. The guard was hit in the head and the leg, but managed to reach the Na’alin checkpoint, where Magen David Adom medics administered first aid. He was then evacuated to the Sheba Hospital in Tel Hashomer. Binyamin Police who were sweeping the area for signs of the perpetrators found shells near the scene, which they suspected had come from the gun used in the attack. An offshoot of the Aksa Martyrs Brigades later claimed responsibility for the shooting. Security forces believe that the same group was responsible for an attack in the area three weeks ago that wounded four Israelis. Earlier in the day, Palestinians threw rocks at an Israeli bus near Kalkilya. No one was hurt in the incident, but the bus sustained damage.