The IDF officer killed in action in Gaza was Lieut.-Col. M.

The officer killed in action in the Gaza Strip Sunday night was Lieutenant-Colonel M. As an officer of an IDF special operations unit, his identity was not revealed.  Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said the IDF had lost a valiant and talented officer. He sent deep condolences to his family.

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  • Nov 12, 2018 @ 14:38 at 14:38
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    yesterday was remembrance day around the world commemorating the two world wars.

    the lesson learned should have been that .as countries recognize the evil that faces them, is not to turn the other cheek. the bible says” smite thy enemy”. there are no ultimatums mentioned. negotiations or in any way helping the enemy eat,
    Was Masada given the choice of either surrendering which would have meant death anyways or was there a entry point where food and water could be delivered to the Jewish holdouts as it is in the Gaza?

    Leaders must be bold and accept the responsibility that their country for whatever reason, may be attacked and to defend.
    there will be deaths.

    Netanyahu is not fit to lead anymore. he has become the politician, rather than the leader I admired years ago. Time for a change, time for new ways of thinking for the people, not for anyone else, be is Trump or Putin.
    Israel is very strong today. Putting an end to Hamas alone, will save countless lives down the road, because he even says there is no way Hamas and Israel can live side by side,
    People will die, but hamas will die completely and perhaps a new nation can be carved out in the Sinai for the Palestinians. The idea of two states, with the west bank bottled in and Hamas having no bridge to be part of the west bank. It will never work and everyone out there truly knows this, so why prolong the misery.

    Hamas is ISIS (given the chance).
    enough said,

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