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Israel Strikes Back: Kills Six Terrorists Responsible for Today’s Trilateral Terrorist Attacks

18 August, 2011

Islamic Squatters to start whining and complaining to the international community and Lame Stream Media  in 3…2…1…

IDF strikes Gaza in response to attacks; 6 reported dead
By YAAKOV KATZ, REUTERS AND JPOST.COM
08/18/2011 – JPost

Joint IDF, Shin Bet operation hits Rafah after triple terrorist attacks near Eilat kill 7; chief of terrorist faction PRC killed in airstrike.

The IDF attacked terror targets in Rafah in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, in response to a three-stage terrorist attack which killed seven Israelis and wounded dozens in the South earlier in the day.

Six Palestinians were killed in the joint IDF and Shin Bet strike.

Among those killed was the chief of the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC), Kamal al-Nairab. The five others that were killed were also members of the terrorist faction .

Security sources said that the PRC was behind Thursday’s triple attack near Eilat. They added that the operatives had crossed from the Gaza Strip into Egypt and then into Isreal this morning to carry out the attack.

Israel had received intel on the possibility of an attack. For that reason, Israeli special forces, including the elite counter-terror forces, were already stationed in the area.

IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz said in a press conference just after the airstrike was reported, that the IDF had begun responding in Gaza in the area “where we believe the planners of the attack are based.”

IDF forces were still searching the area around Eilat and the Egyptian border out of concern that there may be terrorists still in the area. Sources said that it is possible that there were as many 20 terrorist in the area, both in Israel and on the Egyptian side of the border.

They added that there may be another terrorist cell hiding in the area. IDF and special police counter-terrorist forces killed seven terrorists during the three coordinated attacks.

Both Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Miniater Ehud Barak had earlier said that Israel would strike back at the terrorist infrastructure in Gaza in response to the attacks.

Iran Wussies Out; Won’t Send in Blockade Busting Flotillas

26 June, 2010

ROFLMAO!

Iran cancels plan to send ship to Gaza
Jun 26 2010 – via Breitbart

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran will not be sending a blockade-busting ship to Gaza in defiance of Israeli warnings, an Iranian lawmaker said Saturday, citing Israeli “restrictions.”

Mahmoud Ahmadi Bighash told the semiofficial ISNA news agency that instead of sending a ship, an Iranian delegation of lawmakers would travel to Lebanon and sail on one of the aid ships expected to head to Gaza from there.

The Iranian ship called “Infants of Gaza” had been expected to sail Sunday for Gaza carrying 1,100 tons of relief supplies and 10 pro-Palestinian activists but plans were canceled “due to restrictions imposed by the occupying Zionist regime,” Bighash said.

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New Video Shows IHH Leader Pumping Up the Crowd Prior to Israelis Boarding Flotilla

18 June, 2010

In show business, I believe this is what they call “audience prep.”  I hear Hitler also used it quite effectively…

VIDEO / IHH leader tells Gaza flotilla activists to ‘throw IDF soldiers into the sea’
New footage released by the Foreign Ministry shows IHH leader Bulent Yildirim rallying dozens of passengers on board the Mavi Marmara as they chant ‘millions of martyrs marching to Gaza!’

Haartz

The Foreign Ministry released a new video on Friday in which the leader of the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief, Bulent Yildirim, is seen on board the Gaza flotilla’s ship the Mavi Marmara, telling dozens of activists to throw Israeli commandos overboard if they attempt to board the ship.

“If they board our ship, we will throw them into the sea, Allah willing!” says Yildirim, the head of the Turkish pro-Palestinian group that sent an aid flotilla to Gaza last month.

The video was shot on board the Mavi Marmara on May 30 by one of the passengers before the Israel Defense Forces raided the ship and killed nine Turkish activists during clashes.

“If we show fear, they will win once again….we don’t want to be recorded in Allah’s book as cowards,” says Yildirim in the video, as dozens of passengers are seen chanting “”millions of martyrs marching to Gaza!”

“They (Israel) are so weak that for 4-5 days they have been engaging in propaganda (against us)…they have been humiliated in front of the whole world… now they are saying that they will launch a fleet (against us)… that they will send the commandos here (to the ship).”

“And we say: ‘If you send the commandos, we will throw you down from here and you will be humiliated in front of the whole world,” Yildirim tells the passengers.

On Wednesday, Israel added the IHH to its terror watch list following the events of the Gaza-bound flotilla.

IHH told members of the European Parliament it has assembled six ships for its next flotilla and asked others to join its effort to break through Israel’s blockade of Gaza.

“We Con the World” Muzzie Flotilla Song

4 June, 2010

ROFLMAO!!!  Too funny!

UPDATE:  The fascist jerks over at YouTube have pulled the video, citing copyright infringement claims by Time Warner.  Obviously, any court battle would find that the video was well within the fair use copyright clause as it was a parody, and parodies are protected as legitimate usage.  Anyway, since Google, YouTube, and Time Warner are a bunch of fascist commies, the video has been placed on ww.Eyeblast.tv and can be viewed over there by clicking on the following link:

http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/checker.aspx?v=XdaGaGkU4z

Gaza gets plenty of humanitarian aid

3 June, 2010

The Israelis were suckered, that is clear. Over watch should have immediately dropped the first “peace activist” to raise a club. The boarding team should have gone in with loaded weapons, not paintball guns and should have shot to kill at the first sign of trouble. When you breach you go big. No U.S. commander would send in our troops wearing a t-shirt and shorts-you go big or stay home.

This article is refreshing as it explains even more lies about the pale-e-stain-in struggle. They are the cockroaches of the ummah, no muslim cares anything about them until the Israelis are forced once again to defend themselves. Then they are all one big happy family.

3 June 10, Baltimore Sun.
“Last year’s conflict between Israel and hamas has already been devastating to the territory gaza strip. That’s why humanitarian aid is so desperately needed there.”

The December 2008-January 2009 battle between Israel and Hamas in gaza left the large majority of the territory untouched. Israeli forces avoided most built-up areas. As for the
“desperate need for humanitarian aid,” there is none. Israel blockades weapons, dual purpose civilian-combatant items and construction material that could be used by Hamas for bunkers and other sites. It has permitted importation, in the past few months alone, of nearly 3,000 tons of clothing and shoes; more than 1,000 tons of medicine and medical equipment; 155 tons of food, and 17 million liters of diesel fuel. In recent years Gaza and the West Bank have become the world’s largest per capita destination for international aid.
-Remember to bring that up with your elected leaders, palestine should be cut off from our aid.

“What is required now is a means to get humanitarian supplies to Gaza that does not conflict with Israel’s legitimate security needs. One alternative would be to agree on a third party, perhaps a United Nations representative, to inspect cargo.”
-Nice idea but the useless nations are not neutral. They have repeatedly shown bias to Israel; hamas is more trustworthy. Israel is on its own, unless Japan steps up. Who else could they trust?

Never mind that sufficient humanitarian supplies get to Gaza. The idea of third party inspection, especially by the United Nations, already has failed. After Israel’s 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, it agreed to a U.S. arrangement whereby third parties would monitor the Egyptian-Gaza crossing at Rafah to prevent passage by terrorists, with Israelis observing by remote camera. This quickly broke down. Following the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war in Lebanon, thousands of U.N. troops were deployed to uphold Security Council resolutions forbidding Hezbollah rearmament. They’ve failed utterly.

“The raid has already devastated diplomatic relations with Turkey, Israel’s closest friend in the Muslim world.” Turkey was “Israel’s closest friend in the Muslim world” but has not been for several years. Its current government, moving from the country’s previous secular and Western orientation and toward Islamic fundamentalism, courting Iran as it goes, looks for opportunities to distance itself from Israel. The leadership of the Turkish Humanitarian Relief Fund — a group with links to Hamas and previously reported ties to Al-Qaeda — in the Gaza flotilla is not something a close friend would tolerate.

The Sun opines that “as long as Hamas is in power, Israel is justified in maintaining some sort of blockade, but continuing to try to enforce it alone is a recipe for more debacles like this one.” Who else would assist? The editorial can’t say, but it looks for “all involved … to make a few reasonable compromises.” That would include Iranian-backed Hamas, dedicated to Israel’s destruction and the death of the Jewish people?
Eric Rozenman, Washington
-Ideally, the Israelis would work with the Egyptians as they both control their borders to protect themselves from crazed palestinians. Lacking that, they should consider one hamas representative with each boarding party. Unarmed and watched carefully. They should also request international help a few days out, warn the approaching ships and post the procedures. Take efforts to limit their enemies’ propaganda pre event.

The writer is Washington Director of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America.

Israel Enjoys Successful “Failure” in Gaza

21 September, 2009

This once more shows why Israel doesn’t and shouldn’t care what the rest of the world thinks when it comes to matters of national survival and security.

Israel’s Gaza Vindication
By Jackson Diehl
Monday, September 21, 2009

When it was launched last December, Israel’s invasion of the Gaza Strip looked to most people in Washington to be risky, counterproductive and doomed to futility. Not only pundits like me but senior officials of the Bush administration predicted that the Israeli army would not succeed either in toppling Gaza’s Hamas government or in eliminating its capacity to launch missiles at Israeli cities. Instead it would subject the Jewish state to another tidal wave of international opprobrium and risk its relations with West Bank Palestinians and Egypt.

OH NO! We wouldn’t won’t to risk that!

Mostly, we were right.  By your standards, but not Israel’s.

But today, Operation Cast Lead, as the three-week operation is known in Israel, is generally regarded by the country’s military and political elite as a success. The reasons for that are worth examining now that a new and even more hawkish Israeli government is weighing whether to flout Washington’s prevailing opposition to a military attack on Iran.

Considering resent developments in Iran’s “peaceful” nuclear program I don’t see how they have much of a choice.

Israel’s satisfaction starts with a simple set of facts. Between April 2001 and the end of 2008, 4,246 rockets and 4,180 mortar shells were fired into Israel from Gaza, killing 14 Israelis, wounding more than 400 and making life in southern Israel intolerable. During what was supposed to be a cease-fire during the last half of 2008, 362 rockets and shells landed. Meanwhile, between late 2000 and the end of 2008, Israeli forces killed some 3,000 Gazans.

Since April there have been just over two dozen rocket and mortar strikes – or less than on many single days before the war. No one has been seriously injured, and life in the Israeli town of Sderot and the area around it has returned almost to normal. Israeli attacks in Gaza have almost ceased, too: Since the end of the mini-war, 29 Palestinians, two of whom were civilians, have been killed by Israeli action.

Hamas, of course, remains in power and unmoved in its refusal to recognize Israel. It is still holding an Israeli soldier who was abducted in 2006. It is still smuggling material for weapons through tunnels under the Egyptian border and, if it chose to, could resume rocket attacks on Israel at any time.

The point, however, is that Israel has bought itself a stretch of relative peace with Hamas, just as its costly 2006 invasion of Lebanon has produced three years of quiet on that front.

Once again proving that the only thing adherents of  Islam respects is Strength. The term ” mid-east  peace talks ” is a phrase that is meaningless.

From the Israeli perspective, a respite from conflict is the most that can be expected from either group — or from their mutual sponsor, Iran.

Continue reading this article from The Washington Post

Gaza: Big Jihad vs. Little Jihad

30 August, 2009

I always enjoy reading the work of Dr. Walid Phares, he has a unique viewpoint rarely seen in today’s fight against islamic fascism. This article points out what is obvious to our regular readership but is a totally alien concept to American officials, senior military officers and intelligence analysts. Jihad by any name, any group or any strategy remains jihad.

The goal of jihad in global enslavement. I would like to see our government develop a plan to widen the fissures in these jihadi groups and cause them to feast on themselves. The world’s best killers of muslims have always been other muslims. The diversity of the radical islamic groups should make it easy to work them into a full blown, frothing at the mouth jihadi rage and unleash them on each other.

By Dr. Walid Phares, 28 Aug 09, Muslim world today
Hamas’ attack against a Jihadist group inside Gaza is about to provide the Palestinian Islamist organization a pass to become a “mainstream” movement, acceptable internationally as a partner in negotiations. Or at least, that is what Hamas strategists think may happen as a result of crushing the minuscule militant entity known as Jund Ansar Allah (The Soldiers or the Partisans of Allah) last week. This is another murky development in the world of Jihadism, where the biggest brothers in holy war devoured the little ones, in a race between who can achieve final victory against the Kuffar (infidels). But in Gaza, these intra-Jihadist slaughter fests are peculiar in as much as the “Palestine cause” is so central to the Islamist political narrative worldwide.

In November of 2008, a new group in Rafah declared itself as the ultimate Salafi Jihadist force of Palestine. After many previous attempts made previously by al Qaeda-inspired factions at least since 2001, Jund Ansar Allah (JAA) led by Abel Latif Mussa, aka Abu al Nour al Maqdissi, seized the control of a local Mosque and segments of a neighborhood and launched a couple attacks against Israel as of early 2009.

The JAA issued many declarations calling for “real Jihad,” ending negotiations with Fatah, the international community and opposing any type of elections and constitutional structure in Gaza other than pure Sharia. From his pulpit, Sheikh Mussa criticized Hamas’ leadership for failing the Jihad they promised to deliver, and for betraying their own constitution calling for an Islamic Emirate all over Palestine, not just in Gaza and the West Bank. Hundreds of already indoctrinated youth joined the JAA and formed the nucleus of a Jihadi militia. Their ranks were growing at an alarming rate for Hamas, which felt time came to squash them, before they became a competitive organization. The JAA was on its ballistic way to devour Hamas from the inside. It was using the same doctrines upon which Hamas was founded, grew, and used to overthrow Fatah from Gaza.
-Love islamic style, build friendships and attack when their guard is down.

After a few incidents, Hamas forces overwhelmed the headquarters of JAA killing dozens of militants. The fighting took its toll on both groups. Unverified reports said Abu Jibril Shemali, commander of Izzedine al Qassam Brigades (Hamas’ SS-like force) and Abu Abdallah al Suri, JAA’s military commander were both killed in the clashes. The founder of the Jund Ansar Allah Abdel Latif Moussa was killed during the explosion of one of his suicide bombers as he targeted advancing Hamas fighters. By now, the “Jund” has been crushed, its mosque seized and its survivors pursued. In return, JAA underground has threatened to punish Hamas leadership for their apostasy against “Allah’s true fighters.” In this is Jihad versus Jihad inside a world of indoctrinated circles of militants, one circle enjoying power, money and recognition and the smaller circle wanting to snatch it away from the most powerful. But what are lessons we need to learn from this pool of piranhas, where big Jihadi fish eat little Jihadi fish?

1. According to many commentators on al Jazeera, Hamas chose to finish up the “Jund” as a maneuver to lure the West in general – Great Britain and the United States in particular – into “engaging” the organization, lifting its name from terror lists and adding it to the peace process between the Palestinians and Israel. Hamas spokespersons rushed to use one term that resonates greatly in Western ears, especially with the Obama Administration and the Brown Government: “We too are fighting the extremists, the terrorists as you are fighting them and pursuing al Qaeda,” declared Hamas English speaking communicators, hours after the combat was over. Analysts in the Arab world, shrewd enough to detect the Hamas tactical move, weren’t greedy in revealing their game: crushing an “al Qaeda” like group in Gaza would grant an immediate license to the mainstream for Hamas. One must expect sympathizing journalists, apologist academics and (soon enough) diplomats and envoys citing the “glorious” deeds of Hamas as evidence of fight “against terrorism.” Some savvier analysts believe many “engagement” architects in Europe and America have even suggested such a move to break the veto against Hamas.

Interestingly, the U.S. narrative lately has been underlining that there is no war against “Global Jihadsim” but only a “war against al Qaeda.” So those in the business of Jihad, including Hamas, Hezbollah and a plethora of other groups, can make their credential known to the West by slapping some local, little al Qaeda boys, and claiming a green card to the world of “accepted Jihadists.” Two summers ago, the Syrian regime and to an extent, Hezbollah, tried to come up with a similar model: Damascus released a copycat group in northern Lebanon, Fatah al Islam, before they claimed they beheaded the organization few months later, suggesting to Washington that Bashar can also kill al Qaeda crowds.
-Any American official, intelligence analyst or military officer that has not read the koran for themselves and measured its guidance against our American concept of respect, tolerance and fairness should be relieved for cause. If they did not take the time in the last eight years to learn about the evil ideology guiding our enemies then they are worthless. If one of you read this and disagree with my assessment, read the koran and we will discuss it. (more…)

SHOCKER: ‘UN Gaza report written by Palestinians’

16 August, 2009

I hate agenda driven politics, it doesn’t matter what the agenda actually is. By stifling the truth and refusing an objective view authorities, prove themselves concerned with their own personal power base and unconcerned about the people they are supposed to represent. If anyone at the U.N. were really concerned about the plight of the palestinian people they would start by holding palestinian authorities responsible for making a real effort to stop the senseless violence, round up the lunatics making a living by convincing young men to die and remove clerics spreading a seventh century death cult.

Tovah Lazaroff, 16 Aug, 2009, JPOST
The latest United Nations anti-Israel report was written solely “to appease the Arab-controlled Human Rights Council,” Aharon Leshno Yaar, Israel’s ambassador to the UN in Geneva, said on Saturday.
-Same ol same ol.

He spoke with The Jerusalem Post by phone, a day after UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay submitted a report on what she termed “grave violations of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, particularly due to the recent Israeli military attacks against the occupied Gaza Strip.”
-Never mind the army of drones born to attack Israel, the violations of modern civil rights by the oppressive system called sharia or the attacks against innocent civilians by palestinians.

Her 34-page report was created at the request of the Human Rights Council in a special session it held on Israel in January.

The report will be presented to the council on September 29, along with a separate report that is being compiled by South African jurist Richard Goldstone.

Leshno Yaar said Pillay’s report was “written by Palestinians in Ramallah” and “screened by Palestinian lawyers in Geneva in order to satisfy Palestinian diplomats on the Human Rights Council.”

It was “totally biased” and based on unsubstantiated information, he said. “It ignores the facts and the Israeli positions.”

“As far as Israel is concerned, we trust our military, we trust our legal system and we are ignoring this report,” Leshno Yaar said.
-What should not be ignored is identifying every single person that gave input to this obvious propaganda piece and exposing their personal bias and agenda. That can be used to discredit their next agenda driven reports. (more…)

99-year-old Palestinian poisons Israeli dog

21 February, 2009

sick-dog
This story hits me hard. I love dogs. I have several and my youngest (mohammed) looks a lot like the dog pictured. Poisoning dogs by forcing them to taste palestinians that are past their expiration date is outrageous. I demand the Israelis stop using dogs to awaken half dead terrorists. Poke them with a damn stick you morons.

21 February 2009, (AP) NABLUS, West Bank — A 99-year-old Palestinian man says he was attacked and bitten by a dog accompanying Israeli soldiers during an arrest raid.
-I bet the old pervert had failing eyesight and thinking the black dog was a helpless burka clad great grandmother he attempted to force himself on her. The dog was simply defending itself from a sexual assault.

The incident occurred before dawn Friday in the West Bank village of Tamoun. The Israeli military says it’s checking the report.
-No need, I have this entire thing all figured out.

Salem Bani Odeh says he was in his bed when soldiers stormed his home and the dog attacked him. Bani Odeh says he was bitten repeatedly in the left ear and shoulder.
-No worries folks the Israeli medical system works and the dog will recover fully. (more…)

Israel Announces a Cease-Fire in Gaza. Hamas Tries to Set Conditions…

17 January, 2009

I would have continued pounding the crap out of Hamas.  But, that’s probably why I’m not a politician…

Israel declares cease-fire, warns Hamas
Vows to defend itself
Joshua Mitnick
Washington Times

TEL AVIV | Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Saturday announced a unilateral cease-fire in the three-week offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip, but he warned of a bruising response if the Islamists continue to fire rockets into southern Israel.

The truce, scheduled to take effect at 2 a.m. Sunday, was part of a pact with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to ratchet up pressure on Hamas to stop missile launches, stop weapons smuggling and highlight the Islamists’ international isolation. The proposal was approved by Israeli Cabinet ministers on Saturday night.

In a televised address from the Israeli Defense Ministry in Tel Aviv, Mr. Olmert struck a victorious tone, declaring that “Hamas has been dealt a severe blow” and that “our goals have been reached in full.” He said that Israeli troops would remain in Gaza indefinitely and would have orders to return fire if fired upon.

To boost international political momentum for a cease-fire, heads of state from Germany, France, Great Britain and Italy will travel to the Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheik on Sunday.

Hamas leaders said their organization would not honor the cease-fire as long as border crossings remain blocked, the economic embargo remains in place and Israeli troops remain in the Gaza Strip. In fact, in the moments leading up to the Olmert address, Hamas seemed to step up the pace of its cross-border rocket attacks.

“The occupier must halt his fire immediately and withdraw from our land and lift his blockade and open all crossings, and we will not accept any one Zionist soldier on our land, regardless of the price that it costs,” said Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum.

(more…)


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