Israel mobilizes after Gaza rocket strike, Netanyahu cuts U.S. visit short | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Israel mobilizes after Gaza rocket strike, Netanyahu cuts U.S. visit short

Israel and Hamas are on the brink of war – again – just two weeks before Israelis go to the polls to decide whether or not to reelect Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Seven people were wounded Monday after a family home north of Tel Aviv was hit by a long-range rocket from the Gaza Strip. The IDF immediately prepared to call up troops and Netanyahu canceled his AIPAC appearance, cutting short his celebratory visit with Trump - to laud U.S. recognition of Israel’s annexation of the Golan Heights.

As Chemi Shalev notes, Hamas knew exactly how to rain on Netanyahu’s victory parade. Netanyahu’s rivals were quick to pile on blame and chip away at his security image. Amos Harel explains how this all comes just a day after Netanyahu, in a botched TV interview, raised new questions about his involvement in the ‘submarine and state secrets’ scandal.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The timing is just too cute. This does not help HAMAS. It helps Netanyahu! This coming weekend is the one year anniversary of the Great March of Return where a million Gazans are expected to march along the fence. An Israeli attack would derail that.

And apparently, that Iron Dome system didn't work. In fact there is no mention of it even being used. This smells like a classic Israeli false flag.

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