delivery rejected

I guess it was not a UPS or FedEx delivery, but when the truck pulled up at the Gaza smuggling tunnels in Sinai, the Hamas terrorists rejected delivery of smuggled rockets.

The Hamas boys were worried that Israel had put tracking devices inside the missiles somewhere along the delivery route from Lybia to Gaza.

Who was the IDF person who came up with that plan?  Brilliant!  Tracking the missiles as they work their way through the Gaza tunnels and into their storage locations.

All that remains is the dispute over who pays for delivery.

Which court has jurisdiction in legal disputes between terrorist organisations?


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