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The Israeli blogosphere is already reacting to the Qana strike. Here is some of what is being said:

Allison smells a rat, sensing that not all is as it may seem:

I am waiting patiently for a logical explanation of how a building gets bombed between 12 midnight and 1 AM, remains full of people and then 7-8 hours later, collapses the next morning.

Dave asks the same question:

An IDF investigation has so far found that the building in Qana fell approximately eight hours after being hit by the IAF. Some possibilities being examined are:

  • Hizbullah explosives in the building were behind the explosion that caused the collapse
  • The rickety building remained standing for a few hours, but eventually collapsed.
  • And for something a little different, Sarah talks about what it’s like to mingle at a singles event during a war:

    Just before the meal started, someone dropped a box with something heavy, such as silverware, and it came down with a crash. Everyone from the north jumped about six feet. Talk about being on edge. I felt so bad for them.

    Then, as the meal began . . . well, normally the conversation between singles goes like this:
    What’s your name?
    Where do you live?
    What do you do?

    But this time, it was:
    What’s your name?
    Where do you live?
    How many rockets have you been getting?
    How many minutes of warning do you get?

    Talk about surreal.

    Well, Sarah, you know what they say about relationships that begin under tense circumstances…

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