The Telegraph asks the entirely reasonable question, "Where is the outrage over the bombardment of civilians in Israel? Hundreds of rockets have been fired and a million citizens are forced to run for cover."
Hamas is lobbing rockets indiscriminately into as many populated areas of Israel as it can. These are not "smart" rockets. They are pointed in the direction of the intended city and sent on their way.
In the last 24 hours alone, over 120 rockets have been fired on southern Israel. That’s approximately five rockets per hour. By the time I finish this article, odds are that count will have risen to 125 rockets. ...
Where is the outrage from the United Nations, which does not hesitate for a moment to call a "special emergency session" on the "Question of Palestine" or pass the umpteenth resolution blindly condemning Israel? But 24 hours after the rocket attacks on Israel started, I am still waiting for even one syllable of condemnation from the UN Security Council, the UN General Assembly or the Human Rights Council.The Telegraph prods, "Imagine if London suffered this bombardment." Actually, London has suffered that kind of bombardment when under attack by the Nazis who launched equally indiscriminate V1 and V2 rockets at the city during World War 2.
When Israel strikes back at Hamas, it looks like this:
Be careful what you ask Allah for, he might grant it. Guess he got his convertible after all, delivered from the heavens.