Israel entrusts its North Front security to Russia, Gaza – to indirect US intervention

Hamas has burned to a cinder more than 35,000 dunams of flourishing Israeli land – half the area of Tel Aviv, the whole of Beersheba – since launching its “March of Return” on March 31. But if the Palestinian terrorist rulers of Gaza walk off with the $650m aid package the UN, Egypt and Qatar are offering for a long-range truce accord with Israel – applauded by Washington – they will win the biggest prize ever awarded a serial arsonist.

During Hamas’s 11-year rule, billions of aid dollars have poured into Gaza to ease the pain of a suffering populace, but only a fraction reached its destination; the lion’s share was spent on “resistance” – i.e., consolidating Hamas’ terrorist wing, the Ezz-e-din al-Qassam and its unrelenting campaign of violence for displacing the Jewish state.

Under the new deal, Hamas will make a cool $162,500 for every month of rocket fire against Israeli towns and villages, attacks on the Israel border fence, gunfire and firebombs aimed at the Israeli troops defending the border, the sabotage of IDF equipment, and arson by incendiary kites and exploding balloons.

Nonetheless, IDF Chief of Staff, Lt. Gen. Gady Eisenkot concluded last week that Hamas terrorist chiefs, having failed to achieve anything by a host of different brands of violence, would again lose out in its campaign of arson. But it is that very campaign which has triggered the international plan to cap Hamas’ success with an exceptionally generous truce package. It stands to be rewarded with such perks as a multi-million dollar bounty; a berth at the Egyptian Suez Canal city of Port Said; a landing strip in northern Sinai’s El Arish air field; the lifting of the Israeli and Egyptian blockades on the Gaza Strip; the opening of both border crossings; more electricity power from Israel; and a large desalination plant. All in all, not such a bad haul for four months of “different brands of terror.”

The final straw for the IDF – and the most humiliating – was its failure to stop the most primitive of terror tools, balloons. It achieved what four months and 500 Hamas rockets and mortar shells failed to do.

DEBKAfile lists those gains:

  • Hamas has emerged as the first Palestinian military group to force the IDF, and the Israel government along with it, to allow terrorists to dictate the rules of the contest by dint of an oppressed civilian population held hostage.
  • Full advantage was taken of the IDF’s shying away in its counter-terror operations from causing causalties. Hamas’ top strategists were therefore never in harm’s way. Although a mass Palestinian rush on the Israeli border fence orchestrated by Hamas led to 159 deaths, most were civilians. Hamas successfully used its human shield tactic for bringing international condemnation down on Israel, embellishing its propaganda with fabricated “children”, “journalists,” a “baby” and a “nurse” who were allegedly targeted by Israeli troops.
  • Israel’s counteraction consisted of air strikes on Hamas facilities of minor importance, most of which had been evacuated in good time to escape casualties.
  • Even the IDF’s success in disarming the terror tunnels snaking under the Israeli border, before they were used to attack communities, was to prove limited in value. For each tunnel blown up, Hamas built another, manufacturing a complex, spreading underground warren on the principle of Lego.
  • The truce accord on offer requires hardly any quid pro quo from Hamas. The Palestinian terror group is asked to uphold a truce (it would be the first time), but is not required to dismantle its military (terror) arm, relinquish its arsenal of rockets, or even hand over the remains of the Israeli soldiers and hostages it has captured. Neither is anyone demanding reparations for the huge damage – material and emotional – caused neighboring Israeli communities by more than a decade of Palestinian terror and vandalism.
  • While one provision is the transfer of Gaza’s governing administration to the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority, no one expects it to be implemented, for the simple reason that Hamas will never hand over its armed wing, and the PA is not strong enough to assume control. That provision alone is tantamount to international recognition of Hamas rule of the Gaza Strip, which it snatched from the Palestinian Authority in a military coup 11 years ago.
  • The Trump administration’s interest in forging this accord derives from the door the Palestinian Authority has shut against its “Middle East Peace Plan of the Century.” That plan will remain on paper so long as PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas is alive, and so Washington has turned away from Ramallah to the Gaza Strip. When this door began to open, the White House this week indicated that the peace plan staff was to be beefed up ahead of its publication. A deal for Gaza will give it a head start for refocusing Palestinian national aspirations on the Gaza Strip and northern Sinai.

From the perspective of Washington, arrangements are falling into place for Israel’s northern and Gaza fronts to settle down. Russia has taken direct charge of the Syrian borders with Israel, while the US, through the Bulgarian UN mediator Nikolai Mladanov and Egypt, is gaining a remote handle on the Gaza-Israel imbroglio.
Israel’s leaders may pat themselves on the back for dumping the two perils in the laps of Russia and America. But the arrangements taking shape are hardly likely to be sustainable for long, given the bad actors involved. With Syrian/Hizballah/pro-Iranian Shiite troops ensconced at the edge of the Israeli Golan, and Hamas only biding its time between truces for another onslaught, those arrangements are about as stable as a house of cards in a storm.



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46 thoughts on “Israel entrusts its North Front security to Russia, Gaza – to indirect US intervention

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 14:09 at 14:09

    excellent article , can;t believe whate Im reading they will find out bibi & co are not like there great king david who knew how to deal with there enemies

    • Aug 4, 2018 @ 16:07 at 16:07

      Just moire Direct Evidence that Pro-Iranian Shiia-Syrian-HIzballah-Hamas-Hothuis Funded, Organized, and Coordinated attacks are Incompatible with Neighboring Nations, Middle East Region, and Worldwide Advancement of Peace and Prosperity. The Shiia Iranian Robber Robes Regime are continuing an Unsustainable, Unstable and Underhanded belief that their and theirs alone Religion is Anathema to all Cultures, Civilizations, and Religious Decency and continues to Descend, Device, and Degenerate into a Purposeless Process of Societal Suicide showing how not to behave a Human Beings and against the Wisdom, Principles, and Words in the Torah, Bible, and Quran.

      The World need not succumb to Iranian Shiia Funded and Armed Terrorism and watch this Shiia Robes Regime Eliminate themselves in the Present and Future as they have been doing Yesterday and Today. The Mistaken Belief that Iranian Shiia since 1979 are a Superior Group of People above all other People, religions, and Cultures is the type of Arrogant Pride that will bring them down as written in all 3 Holy Books of Scriptures.

      • Aug 5, 2018 @ 3:05 at 3:05

        Anti Semitism is common between Shias and Sunnis. Shias are more pragmatic. Example: When Hezbollah in Lebanon realized the absurdity of his war with Israel and that Israel has ability to harm its enemies they signed a cease fire that is lasting till now. Palestinians on the other hand stubbornly seek confrontation with Israel at all times irrespective of any cease fire agreement or of any concern to the harm inflicted on their people………….. Sunnis think Shias are equal or worse than Jews, some think they are jews……….. having said this: Rich Sunni countries are currently in need of Israel, i hope they have a window to look at Jews objectively and not through their horrible filter of anti semitism……… After all they were the first to commit genocide on Jews in history in the place called Saudi Arabia now……… so please, no need to preach hate to Shias it is better to preach love among all humans…… hate oozing from the above comment is a trade mark of Arab countries

        • Aug 5, 2018 @ 18:44 at 18:44

          @Abraham…..Well said and very accurate.

          The Arab Nations have badly misled the Palestinians since 1948 when Palestinians refused to choose working on a Peaceful Process for Palestinians, Jews and accepting all People to live under Freedom for all Religions to Promote Prosperity. So, the Arabs chose to go to Wars and refuse to take in the Palestinians People they must misled. Even as some Arab Nations now realize now like Egypt and Jordan they are better off with Israel as a Good Neighbor instead of a Forever Foe.

          The Palestinians ever since have Preach Hate to their Children from the Age of 3 from the Quran, and Teach Hate in their Elementary Textbooks, that there is no Right To Exist for Jews. Arafat died with over $11 Billion left to his Wife in his Bank Accounts that belong to the Palestinians People. When Gaza was returned in 2005, Hamas took over and now instead of Freedom there is 79% Poverty among the Palestinians. When Billions came in Aid to build Buildings and Sewers they choose to build Tunnels and Rockets to undermine and attack Israel.

          Iran’s Shiia since 1979 has had its Greatest Negative impact on the entire Middle East. Shia Ayatollahs, Mullahs and Clerics Circles of Exporting Hate, Arms and Explosives by way of Iran’s Constitution have supported other Brave New Hates in Gaza, West Bank, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen. Sunni ISIS and Al Qaeda, also cause Hate, Chaos against other Freedoms and Religions and create the Perfect Process of Societal Suicides that will turn the Middle East into Atomic Ashes, by both demanding and murdering only they choose who will live and die due to their Religion seeking Power and spread Poverty as a means to achieve it while Leaders live in Luxury.

          Europe, Americas, Asia and Africa all had and have Hate Groups based on Religion and Fascism, Imperialism, and Communism Atheism Philosophies that also think they can become Superior by choosing what they think what People are Inferior. But in reality Mislead, Fight and Kill their Followers and Leaders of Hate among One Another in their Thirst for more Power and Luxury.

          When any People of any Religion refuse Freedom ans choose Dominating Hate and Denial of Rights for others. When they choose not to Respect other People Right To Exists, they Forfeit there own Right of Existence. In this Process of Terrorism, Confusion, and Illusions without Freedom for All to be protected to prosper under a Rule of Law. They end up and living in Broken Building Squalid in Poverty due wasting Money, Goods, and Aid Resources on Wars and Conflicts over Past Vendettas instead of Future Prosperity.

          This is why they cannot win and have provided their own self-destruction by destroying themselves in the end. The Pursuit Avarice, Vice and Hate removes Freedoms of Prosperity and Foster Poverty for the same People they Claim they are helping? There failure to Change ends up making them lose, be removed, and soon forgotten and better for them to be in ashes before they make the Middle East into more ashes.

          The time has come to create and ultimately support,Freedom, Freedom Seekers and Freedom Makers for Middle East Peace and Prosperity. As Abraham Revelations from G-d Intended, among hos own Descendants form Ishmael, Issac and Conversions of Future Citizens of all Nations as well to Live, Worship, and Prosper as they choose from such Freedoms.

    • Aug 5, 2018 @ 0:39 at 0:39

      Looks like HAMAS are very good at what they do. Well done guys, keep up the good work on the oppressor!

      • Aug 6, 2018 @ 3:18 at 3:18

        The Palestinians ARE great at what they do. Terrorism. Imagine if they were educated and contributed to the world in a positive way. In Gaza, the Palestinians are oppressed by Hamas, not Israel. If they are angry about their lot in life, they should elect different leaders, or topple the dictators they have now,

    • Aug 5, 2018 @ 1:17 at 1:17

      Debka acknowledges at the end that Trump is refocusing Palestinian aspirations towards Gaza and N. Sinai. This would be a huge coup for Israel and it would kill the PLO “national project” that has been a dagger at Israel’s neck for 25 years. Netanyahu is no King David, but he is no idiot either. He is giving Hamas this deal because the ends (killing Oslo) justify the means.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 14:11 at 14:11

    The fact is Israel cant fight in two fronts, so israel decided to move all its anti air- anti missiles and it’s air force attention to the syrian border. And forget about hamas and gaza for dealing with bigger problem in north.
    Then idf decide to do nothing in north front too! That means a total catastrophic strategy which harms both north and gaza borders

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 14:17 at 14:17

    It is insanity to allow the following when the Terrorstinians are at war with Israel/Jews/Infidels:

    “a berth at the Egyptian Suez Canal city of Port Said; a landing strip in northern Sinai’s El Arish air field; the lifting of the Israeli and Egyptian blockades on the Gaza Strip; the opening of both border crossings; more electricity power from Israel; and a large desalination plant.”

    Israel is on the front line and has skin in the game, the EU-UN-OIC have a vested interest in supporting terrorism to advance jihad and in the case of the EU to placate their own Islamic terrorists by signalling their love for Jew-hating terrorists. Europe has not shaken the antisemitism and pro-Holocaust views of its past and Islam shares and, in fact, showed Europe the way towards a way of life based on undermining the Jew and, a recent iteration of the same, undermining western civilization.

    • Aug 4, 2018 @ 14:25 at 14:25

      Correction in title:

      Support for Hamas and Hezbollah = hate for AND the undermining of western civilization

      • Aug 4, 2018 @ 16:43 at 16:43

        Correction ; Israel is not part of western civilization , its a part of ME civilizations. And as such it has a possibility to get rid of Gaza , and send it wherever it belongs–Egypt . Not to make stupid agreements of supply per demand . Israel as a country advanced enough ,came to a point all advance enough nations face -elimination. The time of localized bombing and military action is not Israeli game . They more likely play with i phones and deteriorate to a point of having its population facing extinction and eventual conversion to Islam . No nukes and high tech will help them . They will be either consumed or destroyed . That is why even peace with its neighbors does not look natural enough , since it has no meaning . It will only have meaning whenever all sides are interested . But no one is . And that includes all those countries that have agreements of convenience with Israel , like Egypt, and Jordan , that slowly take away Israeli resources , until there were none.

        • Aug 4, 2018 @ 17:03 at 17:03

          Yes, solomeo, you will get no argument from me on your analysis but I am saying that the countries who support Hamas and Hezbollah are also at war with Western civilization and Israel is a country in the Levant which is western-oriented just as much or more than it is part of the ME environment.

          • Aug 4, 2018 @ 21:47 at 21:47

            Israel and its allies supported Al-Qaeda and ISIS in Syria. Stop pretending that supporting terrorism is something that only Israel’s enemies do.

        • Aug 5, 2018 @ 12:54 at 12:54

          ‘When the Lord accepts a person’s ways, He will cause even his enemies to make peace with him.’

          A song of ascents about Solomon. If the Lord will not build a house, its builders have toiled at it in vain; if the Lord will not guard a city, [its] watcher keeps his vigil in vain.

          A song of ascents about Solomon: This song David recited about his son, Solomon, for he saw through the holy spirit that he [Solomon] was destined to build the Temple, and on that very day, Solomon would marry Pharaoh’s daughter, and concerning this was said (Jer. 32:31): “For this city has aroused My anger and My wrath since the day they built it.” Therefore, he recited this song. My son, why should you build a house and turn away from following the Omnipresent? Since He does not desire it, its workers have toiled at it in vain.
          [its] watcher keeps his vigil in vain: The watchman watches it in vain.

          2It is futile for you who arise early, who sit late, who eat the bread of toil, so will the Lord give to one who banishes sleep from himself.

          It is futile for you: The craftsmen, who rise early and stay late at their work and sustain themselves with toil and labor, with bread of toil, [i.e.,] of the toil of work.
          so will the Lord give: The Holy One, blessed be He, [will give] sustenance to him who banishes his sleep from his eyes in order to engage in the Torah.
          to one who banishes sleep: Heb. לידידו שנא. to one who banishes (מנדד) sleep from his eyes.

          3Behold, the heritage of the Lord is sons, the reward is the fruit of the innards.

          Behold, the heritage of the Lord: for that man [who banishes sleep from his eyes].
          sons: These are the disciples whom he sets up, who are to him like sons.
          the reward is the fruit of the innards: The reward is the fruit of the Torah that is in his heart as it is said (Prov. 22:18): “For it is pleasant that you guard them in your innards.”

    • Aug 5, 2018 @ 1:23 at 1:23

      Connecting Gaza to N. Sinai serves Israel’s interests in a major way. Look no further than the PLO fury about this plan. Once Gaza is removed from the picture, Israel will be in a far stronger negotiating position. One State solution would no longer be a viable threat as the entire territory in question (Israel incl. Judea/Samaria, excl. Gaza) has a 2/3 Jewish majority.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 15:02 at 15:02

    The Earth has proved itself unsuitable for Israel. What to do?

    • Aug 4, 2018 @ 17:27 at 17:27

      Try shoving your boot up your asshole, sammy.

    • Aug 4, 2018 @ 21:30 at 21:30

      sammy?what to do?slice your throat for example,like beasts of your type are used to practice

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 15:05 at 15:05

    For Second Time You Wrote Wrongfully Maldanov Russian Instead Of Mladenov Bulgarian Jew Ex Foreign Minister of Bulgaria that Saved All 50000 Jews

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 15:06 at 15:06


  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 15:30 at 15:30

    Israel Can Fight on Two Fronts as Long as Pre-Emption is Involved.
    Perhaps a Devastating Strike against The Syrians, Iranians and the Hezbollah Terrorists in the North would change things for the greater good of Israel.
    After 72 hours I’m sure the enemy will se for Peace which will serve to change the Facts that n the Ground.
    Gaza is Problematic. What’s to be done…….Blowing up the rubble?
    Gaza can be Dealt with in on a case by case basis.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 16:47 at 16:47

    A true to Life, honest article by Debka: Humiliating to the (once) powerful IDF – because it is led by (essentially) indecisive, even Cowardly Netanyahu and co. The ayatollahs are watching and drawing conclusions, Avigdor…

    • Aug 4, 2018 @ 18:14 at 18:14

      One thing we all know:

      Avgidor is busy eating.

      Probably a human. Whole.

      That’s why his nickname is “Can’t Get Through The Door”

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 17:20 at 17:20

    How it will look like to achieve peace today? A deal implies giving away, compromising. Oslo was not a deal, and much more compromising is required for a peace today. If “today” is not acceptable (and is not!) then if one could build a different more advantageous situation tomorrow, he has to consider to absorb all expenses to buy time, and run a long attrition silent war.

    How long? Days in this war are measured in generations. Would the “other side” keep on only the tactics of today? Only if the situation clears and the path for victory or defeat is obvious. It follows that (from the attrition perspective) Hamas is a blessing, two fronts are a blessing. More is however needed, like building more in West Bank, and like “you name it”.

    Saudis have a good plan which could provide an exit, that new very large city near the Sharm el-Sheikh in the south of Sinai.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 17:21 at 17:21

    Bibi had a great run, but Israelis need not to succumb to the fate of their neighboring stupid arab populus who keep electing same leaches over and over. It is evident that Bibi and administration can no longer take a stand and stick to it. Beware of becoming like the Lebanese Christians who threw it all away for the benefit of few dollars. It is time to go back to roots, and yes you can. The world may be different today that Golda’s days, but the end game must be the same. Bibi’s giving it away, negotiating it away thinking the flip side is existential. It is not!! Stand your ground!!!

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 17:22 at 17:22

    Bibi had a great run, but Israelis need not to succumb to the fate of their neighboring stupid arab populus who keep electing same leaches over and over. It is evident that Bibi and administration can no longer take a stand and stick to it. Beware of becoming like the Lebanese Christians who threw it all away for the benefit of few dollars. It is time to go back to roots, and yes you can. The world may be different today that Golda’s days, but the end game must be the same. Bibi’s giving it away, negotiating it away thinking the flip side is existential. It is not!! Stand your ground!!!

    • Aug 4, 2018 @ 19:26 at 19:26

      Bibi had a great run, but Israelis need not to succumb to the fate of their neighboring stupid arab populus who keep electing same leaches over and over. It is evident that Bibi and administration can no longer take a stand and stick to it. Beware of becoming like the Lebanese Christians who threw it all away for the benefit of few dollars. It is time to go back to roots, and yes you can. The world may be different today that Golda’s days, but the end game must be the same. Bibi’s giving it away, negotiating it away thinking the flip side is existential. It is not!! Stand your ground!!!

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 17:51 at 17:51

    The tools of the balloons makes from Bibi and Co ordenary fools.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 18:12 at 18:12

    It takes some serious audacity to complain about a few thousand dollars in aid when the colonial settler state busies itself killing SEMITIC ARABS who fly kites.

    STOP SUCKING UNCLE SAM’S TITTIES and fight your own battles.

    • Aug 5, 2018 @ 7:06 at 7:06

      Can I suck yours instead? The only problem with Israel’s reaction to Gaza terror is their humanity.
      Every other nation on earth, USA included, would thoroughly annihilate an enemy like Gaza.
      Apparently Israel’s Achilles’ heel is that it virtually refuses to do so.

      Only after the first Hamas shell hits a schoolyard and kills some Israeli kids, that’s when Israel will
      open up the gates of Hell on Gaza.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 18:35 at 18:35

    Israel is under a demonic spell. It cannot move! G-d will destroy Tel Aviv and Haifa and ALL of the people who reject G-d’s ways will be destroyed out of the land. But, G-d will save a remnant of His people as always, and in the soon to come Ezekiel 38 and 39 war much of the millions who come against Israel soon will fall to their deaths on the mountains of Israel. It will take seven months to bury the enemy and Israeli dead.

    • Aug 5, 2018 @ 12:33 at 12:33

      ‘…in order to contaminate it, it forms bands, and the band is clarified.’

      The Ramban writes on the verse [Bereshis 32:9] “And the remaining camp will be able to escape” Yaakov testified that Eisav would never be successful in wiping out the entire Jewish people.

      There will always be a remaining camp that will escape destruction. The Ramba”n cites a Medrash: ‘If Eisav comes to the camp and smites them’ — this refers to our brethren in the south — ‘… and the remaining camp will be spared’ — this refers to our brethren in the exile.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 18:36 at 18:36

    Why are these issues still going on in the west bank and Gaza? all these years its pretty clear all parties should shoulder blame Israel included.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 20:14 at 20:14

    I’m not sure the part about a nurse being targeted is fabricated as stated in the article… I mean, there is actual video footage of it happening? You lose credibility with statements like that when it can easily be disproven.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 21:11 at 21:11

    too many MAVEN quarterbacks read and write to DebkaFILE

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 21:29 at 21:29

    We jews, have a moral obligation to pay the Palestinias. Why would others should bear the burdon we created (directly or undirectly)?

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 21:37 at 21:37

    Nickolay Mladenov has nothing to do with Russia, he is Bulgarian. Let’s stop seeking for long arm of Russia in each hole of the world where shit happens.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 21:58 at 21:58

    Israeli Government is losing it. They are weak. Why doesn’t Israel retaliate and launch incendiary baloons back at them? We will see how they like it when their land is burning.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 22:02 at 22:02

    I only accept a bit what of what Debka reports, especially when they are playing politics like we see at JPost.
    Debka has an agenda here, and it is not directly related to the facts just their vision.
    The fact is Russia has historically had a much deeper and direct involvement in supplying and defending its clients. Nasser’s Egypt saw Russian ‘advisors’ operating SAM missile sites and flying fighter jet missions against IAF. Not much different with Syria under Bashar’s father, Russia designed and built the hardened bunkers overlooking the Kinneret and supplied their leading edge weaponry.
    Can we count on Russia to abide by their agreements? Can we trust Israel’s security to Iran’s main underwriter? No one is that naiive, certainly not the armchair generals writing for Debka, and certainly not the governement.

  • Aug 4, 2018 @ 23:42 at 23:42


  • Aug 5, 2018 @ 3:17 at 3:17

    Brainstorming: Palestinian organizations do not care for the welfare of their people or of being accountable to their people. This has been developed over the last decades and no need to try to understand how it arrived at this stage. This stage is amplified by the existence of UNRWA which provides financial welfare to wide base of Palestinian people and by the millions given by the West and some Arab countries to finance the status quo……………. if you want effective measures against Palestinian terror organizations go for 2 things: first stop the financing of the status quo, it is B.S saying that making life easier for Palestinians through welfare reduces the tensions, that is garbage; Second, go for the heads who are living safely with their families and can afford to agitate a large partisans ready to sacrifice their lives for “The cause”. If the heads are not removed the agitation will continue and the link between the money and the extremist base will remain flowing………….. as i said, that is brain storming and not a thorough measures. All i know is that all current measures are going nowhere and in fact feeding the “pride and ego” of the extremists to go more……………….

  • Aug 5, 2018 @ 9:11 at 9:11

    IDF shall enter Gaza and finish it off.
    Carpet bombings, dont save “civilians”.
    Just enter Gaza from all along the border fence and fibish them off.
    Turn Gaza into a 4×4 only parking lot while reducing population by a factor of 2000.
    Then they might behave.

  • Aug 5, 2018 @ 9:18 at 9:18

    IDF go to war now!
    Preemptive strikes to syria, lebanon and bomb the luxury hotels and villas in Gaza before turning the rest into an international habour by using MOAB on gaza city to finish them off before sending IDF troops in.

  • Aug 5, 2018 @ 13:18 at 13:18

    Jews here are full of hate. Watch out. Remember karma….

  • Aug 5, 2018 @ 18:33 at 18:33

    the opportunity is there: to sue hamas for damages, and deduct the cost of the arson from the $650 million.

  • Aug 5, 2018 @ 21:04 at 21:04

    The UN, the Europeans, and, generally, the entire anti-Semitic world will condemn Israel if it responds to the firebomb attacks with bullets and bombs. But, they have not uttered even so much as a word of concern over the firebombing. So, firebombing must be OK. Israel should torch Gaza.

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