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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Thu, 2014-07-24 14:37

Hamas rejects another cease fire. The resistance pros continue their support; no questions asked.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/07/24/kerry-attempts-to-coax-cease-fire-agreement-out-hamas-as-gaza-violence-rages/

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

Thu, 2014-07-24 08:29

The wisely ruled kingdom considers Israel an enemy state. Egypt follows the instructions of the kingdom in all matters relating to Gaza. The kingdom was the first state to declare Israel a war criminal based on its recent aggressions.

Qatar which has 4 times per capita income of a parasitic Israel living off foreign tax payers doesn’t give a shit about Israel or its so-called president for that matter.

Only a delusional fool would assume such a thing as an alliance of convenience between a murderous entity and Egypt and KSA exists and banks on such assumption.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by AIG

Thu, 2014-07-24 07:49

Michael Young is wrong on every count because he does not understand Israel and its strategy. Israel does not want to weaken Hamas politically and does not care if they have support in the Palestinian street. We want to make sure they can’t harm Israeli citizens. We are taking care of the tunnels, an asset that has taken Hamas years to build and was a real threat. Whatever happens, Hamas will say they won, just like Hezbollah in 2006. But of course 8 years later, we know that Israel was the big winner. Israel’s border with Lebanon was never more quiet. Can someone remind me what happened to the Sheba Farms rhetoric? What happened, are they Lebanese now? Young spouted the same nonsense about the 2006 war as he is about this war.

Every point Young makes is nonsense and just wishful thinking and bad judgement. With Egypt clamping down on the smuggling tunnels, it will be much more difficult for Hamas to rebuild. As for better weapons by Hamas, did Young predict the Iron Dome success? Of course not. I would wager the creativity and resourcefulness of Israel against all Arab countries combined, let alone Hamas. Young is also not listening to Israeli politicians. If Qatar continues funding Hamas, they will pay a huge price. http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/President-Peres-accuses-Qatar-for-financing-Hamas-terrorism-368579
Young also forgets the alliance of convenience between KSA, Egypt and Israel against the MB and its offshoots as well as Iran. This is unprecedented in Israel’s history.

Everyday, Israel’s lead over its neighbors grows both economically and technologically. And in the next 2 years the huge offshore gas resources will start contributing to the GDP only making Israel stronger.
Of course you may disagree, but when people disagree about the future, you need to wait and see.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Qifa Nabki

Thu, 2014-07-24 06:29

I didn’t pay for it. Read it on Facebook.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

Thu, 2014-07-24 06:24

If you’ve read the article then kindly help the humanitarian war effort in line with your main article and provide the full text instead of just a link

This is because I decided from now on not to provide funds to any zionist establishment, even those that are apparently liberal. Instead, I will divert the funds to the Gazan relief as your main article is suggesting. In other words, I am not willing to pay the $1.00 subscription fee to Haaretz for 4 weeks to read the article. I will put that buck in the pocket of a Gazan instead of a zionist’s pocket. If it’s not possible to provide the full text for some reason or another, then it’s also alright. I will forsake the reading.

I find this approach to have double rewards. In other words any dollar you take out of the pocket of a zionist that you potentially want to spend and instead put it in the pocket of a Gazan is equivalent to contributing two dollars instead of just one.

Also for Eid, no visits to Shwartz establishment even though it’s partly owned by non zionist Celine. All expected expenditures now and in the future including costs of flying couriered orders will go to Gaza.

I will also contact all my associates and will try to convince them to start a similar campaign.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Akbar Palace

Thu, 2014-07-24 04:37

Danny,

It is clear to me, and trying to be as objective as I can, that Israel is judged at a different level than any other country in the world.

It is just the fact, that no other country would be blamed like Israel while 2000 missiles have been landing all over the country. Of course this blame is concentrated in two groups anti zionists and antisemites, so this is still a minority.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by 3issa

Thu, 2014-07-24 02:31

Danny, I’m seriously not hating for the sake of hating. It’s just that sometimes, civilians murderers have to be called by their name. They can try to spin in the way they want, butchers needs to be reminded of what decent people think of them. But do not worry, I’ve been graced by being a chilled out dude :-)

Wa salam

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Qifa Nabki

Thu, 2014-07-24 02:26

A strong piece by Michael Young on Gaza.

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Comment on Humanitarian Relief in Gaza by Mustap

Thu, 2014-07-24 02:11

Thanks to the genius strategy of Netenyaho, Khaled Meshaal is now flashed on the front pages of all major Arab news media and not the poor and lonely Abu Mazen.

And these are media that previously used their unlimited resources to keep Meshaal out of the lime light and away from public exposure.

While Kerry is touring the area, it would be wise for him to drop by for an audience with the guy. After all, it is better to get to know him before the next round. And who knows? he could be the one who would score a victory for Kerry even on this trip. Heaven knows Kerry very badly needs one at the moment.

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