Israel killed the head of Hamas rocket-launching unit Yehiya Bia in Gaza today.
The IDF flattened his home.

Palestinians search for victims under the rubble of the destroyed house of a Hamas official after an Israeli air strike in Jabalya in the northern Gaza Strip November 17, 2012. (Reuters)

The Australian

THE Israeli army says it has killed a senior Hamas operative in Gaza who was responsible for the movement’s rocket operations.

An army spokesman identified the Palestinian as Yehia Bia, who was killed in one of the northern neighbourhoods of Gaza City that experienced the brunt of Israeli attacks on Sunday.

“We can confirm a direct hit,” the army spokesman said by telephone.

Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon said Bia was “the commander of the (Hamas) rocket units” whom the Israeli forces had “intercepted and killed”.

The Israeli army said that 544 rockets had struck various parts of Israel since hostilities between the two sides intensified on Wednesday with the killing of the Hamas movement’s military leader in Gaza.




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  1. GOD speed Israel – keep up the pressure.

  2. Evil exists, and must be confronted. As terrible as that fact is, it’s a fact.

  3. Israelis do not mess around…you hurt some of theirs they will take care of business…I do not blame them….Israel must do what it must and if the Palestinians want to play that game they will lose.

  4. another sob meeting his “virgins”

  5. nice shooting, Avi!

  6. You mess with the bull you will eventually get the horn. I back Israel.

  7. Perfect. . need to take the top out everywhere all the time. . so those below know that there is nothing to aspire to. . and activities stay local. . .

    Now with house flattened, I wonder if the Palestinians can build that Children’s playground there?

  8. Hm. I’m by no means an expert in such things, but it looks like a smaller penetrating bomb such as a Durandal went through the concrete roof and blew up inside so they could minimize collateral damage to surrounding buildings. I can see why Israel would prefer to deal with their terrorists in this fashion, but it seems less effective than conventional laser-guided 2000 lb bombs dropped in sequence until rubble is bouncing on the bottom of the crater.

  9. It is about time that Israel retaliated. Israel should have never given up the strip. The people who live there will never live up to their deal, they never have and never will.

  10. Nice shot!

  11. kill every last one of them…

  12. Aerosol weapons. Nice mushroom cloud to remind people it could be a helluva lot worse, and a pleasant aroma that’s got to beat the pungent smell that preceded it.

  13. Hey BG, Green helmet guy show up yet?

    I saw a lot of Gaza video and pics (and setting up the shots), yesterday.

    It’s a shame LGF turned his brain off, we had a ball collecting the phonies last go round.

    We actually had them taking bodies out of the ‘morgue’ re-using them.

    You’d think they would question who they serve when they get that low.

    Same beast, different name.

  14. That could be the result of a delayed fuse penetrator ( bunker-buster ) or runway cratering Durandal rocket. Either way, a happy ending for another muzzie slob. Keep cutting off the heads of that Hydra.

  15. Candy: I still to this day I can’t figure out Mr Johnsons complete 180. What or who caused this is a mystery. His brilliant posts on Green Helmet guy and the phony bombing of ambulances was worthy of a award of some kind, plus his showing that the national guard papers were phony, was genius. What happened?

  16. Palestinians search for victims under the rubble of the destroyed house of a Hamas official…

    The ideal outcome of the Israeli attacks should be that when complete, there will be no more living “Hamas officials”.

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