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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

14 hours 12 min ago

Hamas to HA: “what are waiting for? The fall of Gaza? Why don’t you show resolve to the Israeli? Why do you remain hands folded? Why don’t you at least respond to the kidnapping of the Shebaa farmer by the Israelis? Does UN resolution 1701 allow that?”

If Hamas is saying the above about HA, imagine what an ordinary Gazan is saying.

Again Hamas, you’re asking for help from the wrong sources as you have been deluding yourself for the last couple decades. HA was never about you and your so-called resistance.

Resistance has been uncovered as an abhorent concept in urgent need of burial as a dark chapter. Even Hamas is saying so.

But again, you haven’t been true to your own pledges when real help was offered, reneging on your own words in less than 24 hours.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

22 hours 30 min ago

Oops, another 75 dead arabs found. Don’t worry folks, they weren’t palestianian, and no joos used excessive force.

http://news.yahoo.com/temporary-ceasefire-near-tripoli-blaze-more-diplomats-flee-134458289.html

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Ray

Thu, 2014-07-31 02:48

+$100 for a barrel of oil that costs less than $10 to extract.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Thu, 2014-07-31 02:45

Danny,

I can assure you that jews and israelis do not enjoy killing palestinians, Lebanese or anyone.

Anyone who thinks Israel shouldn’t defend herself is in Lally land.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

Thu, 2014-07-31 02:24

The Wise King has made it crystal clear that he continues to support the jihad in Gaza as he did in the past, continues to do now and will continue to do in the future. This is not subject for negotiations. Izrahell is also a declared enemy of the Kingdom and the Wise King never negotiates on this matter.

The Wise King also made it clear that the sword’s parade is reserved to distinguished personalities. War criminals, such as neten yaho, cannot partake in such honors. Their places are in the dungeons of international tribunals along with other criminals currently living in Haret Hreik next to Hay Assolom where you live. Say hello for me to hay allailaki.

Hamas is now repenting from past errors and the Wise King is very forgiving whenever they uphold the Mecca accord which they reneged upon. At that point in time the Wise King will order Sisi to open the Rafah crossing unconditionally. Sisi will also make sure according to the wise King’s instructions that the Suez canal will never be used by Iranian mercenaries as a conduit for exporting terrorism to Syria and to Gaza as Morsi did.

Resistance must be burried as an abhorent concept and a dark chapter to be shunned. Jihad is welcome and is the only way to liberate occupied territories.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Ray

Thu, 2014-07-31 02:17

American media has portrayed Iran as the worst of the bunch in the region for decades when in reality the Islamic Republic of Iran is actually the most tolerant country when it comes to religious diversity in the region today. Jews, Sunnis and Christians are free to practice their customs with the utmost respect and security, but nobody talks about that.

Yet, Saudi Arabia, which is the most intolerant country in the world when it comes to religious freedom has been open for business with every US administrations bowing to these Royal Highnesses that have contributed Billions to the US economy for decades paying whatever to garner their “right” to do whatever pleases them with their subjects/objects.

It wasn’t Iran that instigated a war against Iraq that cost over a million lives but Iraq under Saddam with the full patronage of American support that did. It wasn’t Iran that deposed the democratically elected Mossadegh but the Brits and the Americans that did in a coup to reinstate the weakling Puppet whom they didn’t even have the decency to accord asylum to after he tried to save his skin by nationalizing the oil industry in a last moment effort.

When will this charade end?

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by lally

Thu, 2014-07-31 01:50

Excellent!

Soon we shall see bibi practicing the traditional swords parade at the Wise King’s beckon at the Royal Desert Ranch of his choice.

Hint for the WK; bibi will do anything asked of him provided his dear wife Sara is first slathered in precious gems befitting an Arab queen.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by danny

Thu, 2014-07-31 01:26

AP,

It’s obvious the only conversation you enjoyed was with the salafist… There’s nothing to gain from any discussion with you. Sheshbesh,,,

Ciao

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Ray

Thu, 2014-07-31 01:23

If the Saudis, Jordanians and the Emiraties are so scared of political Islam, why did they advocate toppling Mubarak and Assad who kept that in check?

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by danny

Wed, 2014-07-30 14:22

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2014/Jul-30/265438-hamas-calls-on-hezbollah-to-help-fight-israel.ashx#axzz38fmW7HUa

Alright now. Nassy promised to help and Hamas is asking him to point his gun where he promised he would (Israel not Syrian people,,,). Any bets the rat will not even flinch! As I said earlier a lot of hot air.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by danny

Wed, 2014-07-30 13:28

lally,

You keep on talking about minority positions. Who cares? People walking down the street in Grafton, Wisconsin don’t really care about the “oppressed”. I am sick and tired of seeing Palestinians playing the victims. They did it in Jordan (although they were the ones conspiring to overthrow the Hashemite king). They did the same shit in Lebanon..Pushing it into a civil war that it has not recovered from…Never mind agitating the beast on the South to destroy Lebanon over and over again at whim.

I have had enough of justifications for the behavior of terrorist entities like Hamas and HA (destroy a country to save a child killer…kudos). We all know the barbarity of the IDF as well as the nonsense justifications that it is not Israelis fault that people are dying in UN shelters…

I have said from the outset that there’s enough blame to go around. That BB used the killing of the teenagers as an excuse to go to war. Well; what are you gonna do? Hamas could have tried to negotiate a better outcome…Arafat could have agreed with Barak..and on and on…

Now please do tell. What’s Hamas’s end game? Do they think Israel should be destroyed? Now really what do you expect most people to say to that? Accept it?

Anyway I went on too long. Lakhayem

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Wed, 2014-07-30 05:31

BDS and the Joos NewZ

WASHINGTON –  The rise of ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq, and the unwillingness of Americans to see their military involved in another foreign conflict, appear to have cooled President Obama’s once-strident rhetoric demanding Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “must go” — even as the death toll in the three-year-old civil war tops 170,000.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/07/29/administration-focus-syria-death-toll/

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Wed, 2014-07-30 04:46

Apparently hundreds of palestinian children have been killed digging tunnels.

Blood vessels bursting in 1,2,3…

http://nation.foxnews.com/2014/07/27/report-hamas-used-child-labor-build-terror-tunnels-hundreds-killed

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by lally

Wed, 2014-07-30 04:33

Danny.

Those folks who have “abhorring disgust” for Palestinians are a very narrow demographic of a world citizenry that is more likely to regard those holding such sentiments about an oppressed group with “abhorring disgust”. Truth be told, the empathy of the masses is with the oppressed.

This insistence that some “foreign” power has pushed Hamas to force Israel to have yet another *Golda Meir moment of being forced to kill Arab kids yet again is, FYI, another minority position. It’s having another go at creating the justification memes for killing Assad, regime changing Iran, wiping out Hezbollah, toppling Putin, etc.

BTW who is it that now cares about the “1000s gassed by Assad”? I have seen the usually Syrian activist networks roll it out again but have yet to see any wider resonance. Iraq will be back on the radar (because of ISIS) once Gaza is off.

*”We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children,” she said, “but we can never forgive them for forcing us to kill their children.”

The Qassam video of the intrusion into Nahal Oz (an evacuated kibbutz, not an IDF base) is real and I agree that the approach seems almost casual. Did they know they could count on not being closely monitored by the IDF guarding the outpost? Criminal IDF undisciplined sloppiness failed to act on the warning of 20 Hezbollah crossing the border on 7/12/06. It’s institutional and could have come into play among those assigned to guard the empty kibbutz. Hamas and co would be watching them go about their routines. Play soldiers.

I see leftist Israelis predicting another bloodbath in revenge for the humiliating airing of the tape. They know their own.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

Wed, 2014-07-30 02:46

Hamas is no longer using the fake parlance of resistance which is commendable showing maturity and repentance from past errors and previously held misconceptions.

Instead, they are using the proper term of jihad and mujahedin which in this particular case is legitimate. They had to go through a long process of roaming in the wilderness and getting misguided by the phantoms created by those seeking to push their own agendas using the misfortunes of the Palestinians such as the now defunct HA and its patrons.

This is good and welcome change. They have proven to themselves and to many others jihad can be legitimate in cases when you’re up to it and capable of abiding by its moral rules.

Resistance is an abhorrant concept and must be shunned.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by 3issa

Wed, 2014-07-30 02:32

Terror apologist is feeling in confidence again for the colonial project when a local equals kh7ghamas with terror.

He doesn’t want to think of the 99.99% of the others who rejects Israel as a project….or the 98.99% who intensely hate Israel and will always do.

This is what happens when your endeavor is not based on respect and justice but on lies, theft and massacres (as you can see on the news these past 23 days).

Resistance.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Wed, 2014-07-30 02:23

Nope, no one is popping any major artery or blood vessel when it comes to arabs killing arabs. Here, on SC, we see the barbarity of the islamofacists….(Lilly, you may want to sit down for this):

http://www.joshualandis.com/blog/factions-raqqa-province/#comments

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Wed, 2014-07-30 02:19

Danny,

I agree with most of your post and sentiments. However, it is not “collective punishment”. Actually, it is Hamas that is collectively using Palestinians civilians as cannon fodder by launching missiles and digging tunnels among the civilian population, which is a gross war crime. Firing missiles into Israeli population centers is the other “little” war crime.

So, what is there to do? Most Israelis are hoping the IDF apprehends the Hamas thugs and bring these “leaders” to justice, so Gazans can live in peace, If it was collective punishment, there would be a lot more dead like Syria and Iraq. Oh yeah, remember those two arab utopias?

Currently, the IDF is doing a good job closing the tunnels and missile launchers one by one.

https://www.facebook.com/idfonline?hc_location=timeline

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

Wed, 2014-07-30 01:50

By resorting to misinformation or leaks of actual conversations, whichever it is, as presented by Jspace, the Israelis are desperately trying to cover up their failures. So far, they have accomplished nothing except proving to the world that they are a bunch roaming war criminals, devoid of any morality and deserving of no sympathy. Today, they destroyed the only electrical power plant in Gaza, which will take years to repair, in addition to demolishing hundreds of homes and residential buildings killing in the process hundreds of innocent civilians, mostly woment children and elderly.

On the other hand, Hamas continues to show discipline targeting and killing combatants as they did today claiming 10 such combatants while Israel conceded only 5. Hamas has fought a perfectly legitimate jihad against an invader which was and still is the aggressor in this and other cases.

Whether Netenyahu is trying to show himself with big balls in front of an Israeli public which has lost its sense of purpose or attempting to mobilize AIPAC troops in the US proves either way the predicament he put himself in.

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