December 31, 2008, - 3:43 pm

Chi-Coms Made HAMAS Missiles That Hit My Cousins’ School; Contained Metal Pellets Designed to Kill and Maim

By Debbie Schlussel
Earlier today, I relayed a photo and e-mail from my cousin, Arnie Schlissel, who lives in Be’er Sheva, Israel. He sent photos of the Be’er Sheva school where his wife, Karen, teaches, and which was hit by a HAMAS rocket. Fortunately, because of the rockets, much of Israel is in a sort of emergency, and the school was closed to avoid the harm to the children and other civilians that these HAMAS rockets are meant to cause.
Now, it’s been reported that this missile that hit cousin Karen’s school was made in China and contained metal pellets designed to inflict maximum human injury. Let’s hear it for the Chi-Coms. They make everything we buy at Target, Wal-Mart, K-Mart, and elsewhere. And they also make these weapons of death and destruction for terrorists. Gee, for all the anti-capitalism they preach, they are the ultimate capitalists with no moral compass:



HAMAS Missile Made in China Hits Israeli Schlissel’s School

Home Front Command’s deputy chief says rocket fired at Negev city can cause much greater damage than the Qassam; adds that all events with 100 or more guests will be cancelled due to attacks
“We are witnessing the expansion of the rocket fire emanating from Gaza to a radius of 30 – 40 kilometers (about 19 – 25 miles),” the deputy commander of the IDF’s Home Front Command said Wednesday.
Brigadier-General Avraham Ben-David told reporters that in light of the rocket attacks on Beersheba, all planned events with over 100 participants will be cancelled, including New Year’s Eve parties.
Referring to the rocket attack that severely damaged a Beersheba school earlier in the day, Ben-David said the IDF’s decision to cancel classes in all of the Negev city’s educational institutions “saved lives”, adding that school will be out at least until the end of the week.
Ben Gurion University announced that it will also remain closed until the end of the week.
Addressing residents’ claims that the city’s bomb shelters are run down and uninhabitable, Ben-David said that on Monday the IDF instructed the local municipality to open all of the shelters and make certain that they are fit for use.
The army official said the rocket that struck the school in Beersheba was manufactured in China, is heavier than the Qassam and can “potentially cause much greater damage.” He said the rocket contains metal pellets that can spread out across a radius of up to 100 meters (about 328 feet) from the point of impact.

Remember this the next time you hear Palestinians and the liberal media whining that Israelis are hitting HAMAS-supporting “civilians.” What do they think my cousins in Be’er Sheva and the kids Karen teaches are? Military? Hello . . . ?

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9 Responses

Letís hope these missile are made like the rest of the crap china puts out. Hope they blow up in the launchers

Mordy Eisenberg on December 31, 2008 at 4:49 pm

Or else, maybe it will blow up during the production process in China.

c f on December 31, 2008 at 5:15 pm

I keep wondering when Israel’s leaders will finally face justice for having allowed Hamas to grow so lethal. Keep in mind the same people running the war in Israel are the same people who looked the other way when Hamas built up an army and acquired a massive arsenal of weapons for use against the Jewish State. If they had the gumption to act earlier, what has now come to pass might have been avoided and cities like Beersheba, Kiryat Ono, Ashkelon and Ashdod might have been spared the worst.

NormanF on December 31, 2008 at 5:21 pm

A most thorough edit.

Richard on December 31, 2008 at 5:29 pm

I thought I was going crazy, I apparently brought up this article again from a cache that was prior to you adding the words “…and the liberal media whining that Israelis…”. I was wondering if you had edited it backwards.
Anyway, my apologies for focussing on a typo – the real point is that your family is safe. I hope they remain so. And with due respect, I hope that you are wrong that Israel will fizzle out and instead that they will break HAMAS.

Richard on December 31, 2008 at 6:11 pm

That’s going to be your five year plan. Wait five years, find out that you were wrong. Repeat.

Richard on January 1, 2009 at 1:08 am

Israel has had 8 years now (actually more than 30, but why be picky) to rid itself of the terror scum and 5th column enemy, and it waits till now? Does this also not add up to you? Well, it doesn’t add up to others, either.

yonason on January 1, 2009 at 1:48 am

Oh, yeah, and as to the Chinese, what do we expect from people who…
….eat rodents and snakes,
…and torture animals to make them more tasty,
…murder excess children?

So, why WOULDN’T they care if their missiles are used to kill innocents?

yonason on January 1, 2009 at 2:04 am

I’m always “amused” (for lack of a better word) at how the media, europeans, the UN, and the nutcases in the US will spin things up on this response from the Israeli’s to the HAMAS rocket attacks. It’s a given that the islamic world will go ape over it, so that’s not even worth mentioning.
The phrase that they all use is the “disproportionate use of force”. Now I am married to man who was a US military officer for over 32 years. These people have no idea of the concept of proportionate response. It is not a numbers game of body counts- what proportionate response is defined as, is the reaction taken that is necessary to achieve the cessation of the provocative action- in this case, HAMAS abrogated the cease fire and started lobbing rockets and mortars back into southern Israel. Israel is there to stop that action from continuing. That is proportionate.
Also the nutcases dont’ understand that the BEST way to handle a conflict involving force is to make it short, fast, and overwhelming in its outcome. They will whine about how much attrition and lingering happens in Iraq, but reel in horror at the fast, no-BS approach that makes these things short. In reality, the “War” in Iraq was a 40 to 45 day deal. the military is good at what it does- as is the IDF (they have a reputation of kicking ass and not taking names)- it’s when the politicians and the appeasers get involved that wars are won and the peace is lost.
My two cents..

Mistress_Dee on January 4, 2009 at 9:42 am

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