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  • n. Alternative capitalization of Katyusha

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Examples

  • The four-day fire damaged about five million trees and 12,000 acres, some eight times the area damaged as a result of katyusha rocket hits during Israel ' s six-week war with Hezbollah in 2006.

    Israel Says 4-Day Forest Fire Under Control

  • Before Israel responded, Hizbollah launched hundreds of katyusha missiles at Israeli civilians, deliberately targeting these civilians, in the hope of killing and maiming innocents.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Indeed, around 10 per cent of the Israeli population now lives within striking distance of katyusha rockets.

    In the face of this madness, some facts

  • When the 2006 war began, for instance, Olmert vowed to fight on until Israel's two kidnapped soldiers were released, the katyusha rockets being fired from Lebanon were stopped, and Hezbollah was pushed back from the Israeli-Lebanese border.

    Joshua Gleis: Lessons Learned from the 2006 War Being Implemented in Gaza

  • How succesful must be the palestinian propaganda machine that the world now excuses whatever killing by missile scud, katyusha or kassam rocket, and suicide bombers mudering, and hijacking, and kidnapping done by the islamo fascists and other terror groups is now acceptable or excusable behaviour no matter how devilishly evil it is.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • They bombed again…Abou Hanifa mosque… which is around 200 metres away from us… they must have detected Mickey mouse lunchboxes there with katyusha rockets inside… did I tell you I had a nightmare with Mickey Mouse lunchboxes?

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • If you were living in Sderot and had been the recipient of several thousand katyusha rockets, I think you'd have a different perspective.

    Let me help you with that one, Jonathan.

  • "If you were living in Sderot and had been the recipient of several thousand katyusha rockets ..." -- now is it, Jonathan?

    Let me help you with that one, Jonathan.

  • Jonathan makes a rather surprising claim: "If you were living in Sderot and had been the recipient of several thousand katyusha rockets ..."

    Let me help you with that one, Jonathan.

  • While receiving inadequate or faulty equipment -- my rifle literally fell apart in my hands -- Israeli forces were denied permission to invade Southern Lebanon and neutralize the katyusha rockets that were pummeling Israeli cities.

    Israel's Lebanon Disaster

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