Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade Fires Chemical Weapon into Israel

The Palestinian group threatens to use exploding donkeys!

The same militant group that claimed they possessed chemical weapons last week, says they fired one into Israel today (via Lucianne):

A spokesman for gunmen in the Gaza Strip said they had fired a rocket tipped with a chemical warhead at Israel early on Thursday.

The Israeli army had no immediate comment on the claim by the spokesman from the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, an armed wing of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah movement.

The group had recently claimed to possess about 20 biological warheads for the makeshift rockets commonly fired from Gaza at Israeli towns. This was the first time the group had claimed firing such a rocket.

“The al-Aqsa Brigades have fired one rocket with a chemical warhead” at southern Israel, Abu Qusai, a spokesman for the group, said in Gaza.

The militant group promises heavy Israeli losses by extraordinary means including booby-trapped donkeys, reports World Net Daily:

Meanwhile, another Brigades member, Abu Ahmed, told Ynet News that Palestinian gunmen were seriously preparing for the incursion into Gaza by Israeli forces.

“In previous invasions the Israeli side absorbed heavy losses in armored personnel carriers and jeeps that blew up, but this time we promise that the losses on the Israeli side will be much larger. We are preparing suicide bombers, car bombs, tunnels, and booby-trapped donkeys. Everything that the Israelis encounter could turn out to be a deathtrap,” he said.

France on Thursday condemned Israel for the arrests of some 60 Palestinian officials.

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