Chemtrails Vs. Kassams
By Yonatan Frimer
Maze cartoon contrasting the difference between USA and Israel. In the
USA they complain about chemtrails in the sky, in Israel, they have
Kassams. By Yonatan Frimer
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jet leaving chemtrail
The chemtrail conspiracy theory holds that some contrails
are actually chemicals or biological agents
deliberately sprayed at high altitudes for a
purpose undisclosed to the general public.
Versions of the chemtrail conspiracy theory circulating on the
internet and radio talk shows
theorize that the activity is directed by government officials.
As a result, federal agencies have received thousands of complaints
from people who have demanded an explanation.
The existence of chemtrails has been repeatedly denied by government
agencies and scientists around the world.
The United States Air Force
has stated that the theory is a hoax which "has been investigated and
refuted by many established and accredited universities, scientific
organizations, and major media publications". The British Department
for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has stated that chemtrails
"are not scientifically recognised phenomena".
The Canadian Leader of the Government in the House of Commons
has stated that "The term 'chemtrails' is a popularized expression, and
there is no scientific evidence to support their existence."
The term chemtrail is derived from "chemical trail" in the similar
fashion that contrail
is an abbreviation ...
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4 Kassam rockets
injuries in latest Qassam attacks; local mayor: We hope not to see
Four Qassam rockets were fired from
the Gaza Strip into Israel Thursday, causing no injuries.
One rocket was fired at Sderot Thursday evening prompting the
Color Red alert to go off. The Qassam apparently exploded in an open
area near the town.
Earlier in the evening, two rockets landed near the southern city of
Ashkelon, while another rocket...(Click
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