IDF-Palestinian forces in firefight in Nablus over misunderstanding
An IDF force surrounded the Palestinian security forces HQ in Nablus early Tuesday during a search for suspected terrorists. They were challenged by Palestinian officers, who were mistakenly taken to be the wanted suspects. Shots were fired on both sides before the situation was clarified. The Palestinians report two men lightly injured. No one was hurt on the Israeli side. The Palestinian Authority refused Israel’s proposal to jointly investigate the incident.
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Sorry, no safe hiding hole in the “police” stations.
Sure, your uncle works there, but a fast IDF check brings no harm, if your crook of an uncle is honest 5 minutes. Except if the “police” station is the undercover headquarters.
This was because too many areas, very confusing: A, B, C, gives the triangle of Arafat.
But the theorem of Netanyahu says the area of any Arafat’s triangle is zero.
Can’t beat this theorem!
70 years after the creation of the “Palestinian problem,” the Arab world has realized that there is no solution that will satisfy those who have turned “refugee-ism” into a profession, so that the “Palestinian problem” has become an emotional and financial scam that only serves to enrich the corrupt leaders of Ramallah and Gaza.
From the river to the sea Paleswine will never be INSHALLAH Chant that Israeli liberals and their Arab friends