Israeli air strike over Gaza early Wednesday, second in 12 hours
In response to Palestinian rocket fire Tuesday night, Israeli aircraft went into action twice against Hamas terrorist facilities; the second air strike early Wednesday hit an underground structure in the Gaza Strip. Three Palestinian rockets were first fired at Sderot and Shear Hanegev – one intercepted by Iron Dome, a second exploding on open ground and a third inside the Gaza Strip. One of the Hamas targets hit overnight was a weapons manufacturing facility. Ashkelon was alerted by a false alarm. It was caused by explosions of Palestinian heavy machine gunfire at IDF aircraft.
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The UN and the Egyptians worked so hard to produce another truce which, of course, the Palestinians violated………………………again.
Does not matter Gaza in the Clutches of Hamas, Iran PIJ, & Fatah Remnants of Servants will continue to be Subject to Discipline & Destruction until Gazan Palestinians Wake, Stand, & Fight for New Leadership as a Sister Independent State with Israel Prosperity. Until that Happens Poverty will Exist & Persist!
To GST001: Dear friend: You live in a sweet dream with this hope. As long as Islam still lives in Gaza the residents of that area cannot accept the existence of Israel — or of any non-Islamic state — in land that Islam has previously conqured. Like Israel, Spain is high on Islam’s list of lands to re-conquer, after which the conquest of all nations must be pursued.
World conquest is at the heart of what makes Islam the very thing Islam is. Islam only makes short-term Hudna’s, or temporary agreements, with non-Islamic nations. Islam will never agree to a permanant treaty of peace with any nation. It never has and it never will. Islam can’t do so and remain what makes Islam, . . . well, Islam. This is is not going to change, no matter how much we dream othewise. Muslims just do not think the way we do. This is why no treat has been achieved in seventy years.
I agree. Thanks for your post.
So much projection around here.
I would like an example from anyone here of a case where Palestinians can defend themselves. Regardless of what happens, even if Israel strikes first, the Palestinians as a whole are attacking and Israel is defending.
Please provide just 1 example, or scenario, to where you could see through your bias? I am sincerely curious.
It is like I am reading, or a part of, some kind of 1984 script in here. -Do you all really think this, or is this the best Hasbara that you can come up with now? The dialectic of Liberal vs…. Messianic, is getting pretty obvious for some to see right now.