Hamas rockets demolish Israel's Sderot Children's Rehab Center

Lucky for them no one was in the center at the time. Keep it up Hamas, and Israel will finish the job in Gaza it didn’t in 2009.

The upgraded Kassam rocket on Sderot Saturday night scored a direct hit on the ceiling of a children’s hydrotherapy rehabilitation center in the heart of Sderot’s Sapir College, bringing to nearly 400 the number aerial attacks launched from Gaza since the ceasefire which halted Israel’s Cast Lead counter-terror campaign in Gaza in January 2009.

The Saturday night Kassam attack followed the explosion of a Iranian Grad missile that hit the city of Ashkelon Friday morning. Hamas-controlled Gaza has targeted Ashkelon, with a population of 125,000 Israelis, since March 2008.

The child hydrotherapy rehabilitation center at Sderot’s Sapir College provides therapy and workshops for special-needs children who live in the Western Negev and is used by children from the entire country.

The facility was totally decimated.

If, indeed, there were children at this rehabilitation center during the Kassam strike, the IDF would have no choice but to re-enter Gaza, and we would then witness the release of thousands of upgraded missiles which can reach Tel Aviv.

Israeli intelligence confirms that that the Hamas regime has now assembled an arsenal of over 5,000 missiles with a range of 40 kilometers [25 miles]. Israel National News