Rafah Border Crossing Update
As we noted earlier, Rafah border crossing is very popular with Palestinian Terrorists. It now turns out that there's one more reason for that. The Palestinian Authority has named the crossing in honor of one of the most deserving specimens of that breed:
November 2005: PA names recently opened Rafah border crossing with Egypt after Al-Moayed Al-Agha, who killed 5 Israelis in the area last year. To make clear the honor they are bestowing on Al-Agha, the PA erects a huge sign at border depicting an armed Al-Agha and a map of the entire State of Israel.