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Seems like the ceasefire is working.

Less than two weeks after Israel ended its Operation Cast Lead in Gaza, terrorists once again launched rockets at civilians in southern Israel early Sunday morning with a barrage of short-range Kassams. This time, the Fatah faction led by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas is involved in the attacks.

Fatah’s military wing, the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade terrorist group, claimed responsibility for firing one of three short-range rockets at the Gaza Belt region, according to the Hebrew-language Yediot Acharonot’s Arab affairs reporter Ali Waked.

Also mentioned in the article is that Israeli Intelligence is claiming that the rockets were launched by members of the Hamas and Shuhada al-Aqsa terrorist cells, but Hamas is denying these reports.

Either Hamas is trying to deligitemize Fatah by putting the blame on them, or the Israeli government is trying really hard to live in the world of make-believe where Fatah can be trusted.

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