In today’s salvo of rockets from Lebanon, a “red cross” station in Tsfat and a hospital in Nahariya are hit. Also, rockets fall on Afula, 60km from the Lebanese border (i.e. long-range rockets). Tens of rockets so far today, and still counting.
Who would have thought? Israeli cities are bombarded for fifteen straight days by a para-military organization, a third of the country’s population is under constant attack, northern Israel is full of ghost towns – and Israel, with the most powerful army in the neighbourhood (by far), is powerless to stop it. Stop it? It cannot even bring about a decrease in the number of rockets launched against its citizens daily.
The limits of power are becoming achingly evident to Israelis with every passing day. Some of the lies will soon be exposed in their full and painful ugliness.