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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Qifa Nabki

7 hours 14 min ago

Hi folks

I’m going to be absent from the comment section for most of today, as I have to finish an over-due article. Please keep it honest here.

Thx

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by habib

10 hours 39 min ago

Israeli crocodile tears over Syria are finally exposed. Incredible hypocrisy.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

10 hours 58 min ago

Now that I have seen this mysterious AIG in action, I owe it to AP, who once painted to me a grandiose picture of AIG’s abilities in conducting discussions.

Time to shatter your conceptions zionist Akbar. Here’s how AIG’s abilities best described.

He has the physical characteristics of a drum reflected into his abilities (or lack thereof) in debating. How should you understand this picture? It’s very simple. He makes noise loud like a drum which is the reflections of the hollowness inside it. In other words there is nothing inside and you get nothing to the ouside besides the noise.

That’s as much as I owe Akbar.

Best advice to those who want to engage with this drum is to throw away the beating sticks.

But all zionists are trained in this noise production technique. So the advice applies whenever you meet a Ziobio entity.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by lally

14 hours 3 min ago

I have known this poster for years. He is an American Jew with family in Israel. He has long been unsettled by changes there. A polio victim, he contributed wheel chairs to the Turkish flotilla. He is an honorable man.

This is an account of his wounded nephew’s Golani Brigade tale:

jdledell said…
I finally had a chance today to talk with my nephew, a captain in the Golani Brigade. He’s in the hospital in Ashkelon with a bullet to the shoulder.

He confirmed that the situation in Gaza is a lot different than the last time they invaded. He said last time the IDF went in, they merely obliterated everything in front of them. They did not pay much attention to their flanks or rear. The IDF was supremely confident that this time would be no different giving no respect to Hamas’ fighting abilities. The IDF knew there were lots of tunnels but there are A LOT more tunnels than expected.

The APC that was totaled with 7 deaths happened when a Hamas member popped up thru a precut hole in the cement sidewalk and fired an anti-tank missile to the side from like 10 feet away and then disappeared back down the hole.

My nephew was shot from a house where not 60 seconds before, the IDF had gone in and declared it totally empty. Two other members were wounded when Hamas gunmen suddenly appeared to their rear, 5 or 10 feet from the IDF men.

While he out of action, he reports that IDF movement has slowed considerably as they are being a lot more cautious than when they first entered Gaza. All the rubble from IAF bombing has made movement difficult as well as giving Hamas great hiding places.”

……….

“The IDF was supremely confident that this time would be no different giving no respect to Hamas’ fighting abilities.”

Do tell. And hubris comes a calling. Again.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

15 hours 44 min ago

By the way dontgetit or zombie whichever one you like. I’m giving you GOI figures not Qassam’s.

Qassam claims 23 kills from the Golanis since Monday morning. The truth could be somewhere in between. It will get very muddy from now on.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

15 hours 50 min ago

Back to you dontgetit,

Did you capture your moral and fair bunny? Hope yoiu didn’t lose it.

The recent tally indicates that seven more so-called elite Golanis were hunted down today while you were busy figuring out your moral compass chasing your fair bunny.

Figure out the maths when you have the time.

O, and before I forget. The Golanis also scored: 100.

All CIVILIANS.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

16 hours 38 min ago

I wouldn’t raise my hopes much, if I were you lollypops, about a possible HA rescuscitation outcome out of this saga.

Not a single Arab that I talk to doesn’t burst into uncontrollable endless laughter about Hassouna and his HA these days when the duo are mentioned. Hassouna and the HA are terminally ill and in need of eventual burial as a dark chapter that needs to be closed. Only thing he can do now is to continue to exhaust Lebanese (shiite) youths in the Syrian wilderness. Here are some facts you may have missed deliberately or otherwise:

1) A recent video shows scores of HA recruits running for cover where there is none in the wilderness of the Qalamoun while Nusra and other hunters are in pursuit sniping them one by one. Estimates of kills are in the upper two digits. It reminds me here that eliteness status is again attributed to the wrong party as in the case of you know who down south in Gazza.

2) Compensations for mercenary duty in Syria has now been slashed in half due to budgetary constraints. The slahing affects both aspects of compensation i.e. Regular periodic payments and eventual burial costs paid to beneficiaries who are more furious than ever about unfullfilled and false promises.

3) You have better luck convincing our President one or two months before he leaves office that HA is worthy of emulation than an ordinary Arab these days including those in Gazza.

But, as a diehard resistance fan, your attempt, I would say, to capitalize on the achievements of the Gazzans, while expected, is rather cynical and abundantly obvious. It deserves a high mark in disingenuousness. Very disappointed. Usually, you’re much more subtle.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

17 hours 27 min ago

Lil’s Yellow Colored Glasses NewZ

Everybody but everybody wants to clone Hezbollah.

Lil,

Let’s hold a free multiparty election in Lebanon and Syria and find out. But before go through all that trouble, we should vote here.

Did someone find the wabbit rabbit?

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

17 hours 57 min ago

Are you freaking dreaming? Why don’t you trace the root cause of “Khamas” being supported. Israel has barricaded the small crowded area and has treated its population with utter disdain. I will not say third class citizens…When people have very little left to live for; they will explode.

Danny,

Ok. So I’ll repeat for the upteenth time, what should Israel have done differently? Israel tried to engage Hamas years ago and all Israel got was dead Israelis. I eagerly await your reply. Now the anti-semites use that bit of history to blame Israel for “creating” these radicals. The same radicals who threw PLO supporters of roofs.

It is obvious you are always on defensive. This explosion did not happen overnight. It was a long time coming; and YES mainly due to the stupidity of Israeli governments’ behavior.

Please. We aren’t talking about Lebanon, and I’m much more familiar with Israeli policy and history.

To moderate our views, it is always a good idea to put one’s feet in another person’s shoes. In that spirit, I ask you what PM Nut and yahoo should have done differently.

I asked this question to a few people on SC and every time I get silence.

But is it just me and my jewish genes when I hear Obummer, Swiftboat, and Ban Moon popping blood vessels demanding a halt to the violence? I mean, where the FUCK have been the past 3 years?

And now I can lay into our friend AIG who was in love with Obummer’s foreign “policy” of weakness. No one is listening these Frequent Flyers. BB should shove earplugs deep into his ear canals, until the poor Hamas leadership is confronted like Clint Eastwood in Unforgiven.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by 3issa

Tue, 2014-07-22 02:27

I bet that I don’t get it is a paid professional propagandist. AIG is an proper IDF terrorist and his outburst of anger at his QN Arab friend shows that he is a real person. The other one is more methodical and clear in writing the typical hasbara bullet points.

Palestine shall win.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Vulcan

Mon, 2014-07-21 14:50

AP,
Bout time you see that sectarian, racist scum bag for what he really is.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by danny

Mon, 2014-07-21 13:46

Some weird vibes here…Are we all witnessing a schism between the Askenazi and the Salafist?…Whatever happened to true love.

I think it’s Kashmir Kush high…

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Mustap

Mon, 2014-07-21 09:17

More resistance victories news:

Elite forces of the Qassams attacked deep inside Israel in the Netive HaAsara while rats of the Golani brigades were busy slaughtering Gazzan civilians.

Once again Eliteness is the exclusive domain of the Qassams in this assymetric warfare with the now deformed Golani mice.

Last time I had a peek on a recent photo shot of BB he looked grim-faced with visible worry lines clearly carved on his face. He knows he has been outmaneuvered and there is little he can do about it to extricate himself.

May he can start by kissing Kerry’s ass or licking his boots when he shows up later in Israel after meeting with His Highness the Prince of Qatar. But would Kerry be able or even be willing to save BB’s ass after the unforgiveable blunders he committed during the futile talks Kerry had with him not long ago? Kerry, I was told, is not the forgiving type.

Listen buddy, the Israelis are free to be dumb and vote one of their dumbs (BB) for as long as they wish. Who cares if a bunch of invading settlers want to commit mass suicide especially when they support a mass murderer of women and children. Certainly, Kerry wouldn’t care less, or perhaps he would care as much he cared about fighting in Vietnam.

You guys are done. No one wants you. Give up your defunct Zionist project – a valuable advice from a non anti-zionist. Or, once again go try your luck at Veterans Affairs.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Mustap

Mon, 2014-07-21 05:39

More resistance victories:

Commander of so-called elites of Golani brigade hunted and killed like a rat – just fresh from the wire. There was no need for sea water to flush him out of his elite hole. And no civilians were killed in the process.

How did Qassam become SOOOOO ELITE in just a fortnight?

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Mustap

Mon, 2014-07-21 05:16

Seems like so-called elite Golanis went furious after losing 13 of their own so-called elites and vented their rage upon nearby civilians in Shujaiah district, mowing the whole district with their ‘elite fire power’.

Now they’re happy their elite status is intact.

What a bunch of losers? And now an idiot on QN wants to sell imaginary heroism to the American public.

America is getting tired of sposoring your criminal zionist state and will sack your criminal it in a blink of an eye. There’s no need even for sea water to flush Golanis into the sewer along with BB and David Hunt. You ain’t seen nothing yet.

Hey, why don’t you buzz off to Veterans Affairs and sell your ‘brilliant ideas’?

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2014-07-21 04:38

Deep Shirt NewZ

Has anyone heard from the Israeli leftists recently? It’s like they’re all on vacation. BB could probably win 80 seats in the Knesset if there was voting today.

Foxnews: Colonel David Hunt has just advised the GOI to crush the fundies once and for all.

Anyway, the IDF is quickly learning about the “underground nightlife” is Gaza. Seems like Nasrallah and OBL, all the important government jobs are found underground like rats and insects. I have and idea, flood the tunnels with seawater and see what comes out.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Mustap

Mon, 2014-07-21 03:53

Akbar Palace,

Why are you using foul language? I am a master of that when it comes to it.

So you bettet ST…up.

When did I say I appreciate Israel?

True, I am not anti zionist. But I never appreciated your zionist dream.

I would say it’s time for you to call it off. I mean the Zionist project.

You want to hear what Kerry said today about Israel? Or do you already know?

You have a choice: either you BEHAVE yourself and go back to normal, or the full wrath of His Wise Majesty will fall upon your head and BB’s. And we up at the Sheikdom don’t give a f#ck about so-called zionist nukes, like lilly’s HA’s.

Understood? Golani my butt, just to get even with lilly’s HA.

I’m still planning to visit Shwartz Deli in Montreal for Eid.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Akbar Palace

Mon, 2014-07-21 03:38

So now we have the QN Hamas-Hezbo-Sheikdom trio in a bit of a disagreement.

So unfortunate. Hey Threesa, you can at least thank Israel for supplying electricty, water and food while your resistance heroes are attacking us with missiles. Believe me, Assad is not so kind.

The equation is simple: In one day, 13 kills for Qassam from the Golanis, 87 CIVILIAN kills for the Golani. Not much of an elite brigade in my opinion if you can only kill civilians and suffer 13 so-called elites in return. At least Qassam is not killing civilians.

Mustap,

I see your appreciation of Israel is paper thin and down right phoney. Oh my. Pity.
And you stinky immaturity has come through loud and clear while callously present the numbers of Israeli dead, while falsely reporting all of the Gaza dead are civilian. Lastly, the Golani brigade are doing a fine job. No war is clean, so maybe this isn’t something you learned from your Saudi friends. Afterall, the Saudis are known to pay others to protect their asses. They don’t want to soil their white robes.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by 3issa

Mon, 2014-07-21 02:35

Mana’ich are lovable though.

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Comment on Of FreeCell and Phone Chargers: A Lebanese Parable by Mustap

Mon, 2014-07-21 02:05

Lollypops is a shiite from Hay Assollom who pretends to be a Manhattan born Joo, and would like our president to become a resistance fan.

So she has to support HA. It is not because she loves mana’ich.

HA my butt Lilly.

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