Posts Tagged ‘Gaza’

Happy Nakbullshit Day losers.

The most misrepresented  event in world history.

Cuz Emakh.

Am Yisroel Chai Motherfuckers.

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We must all join together and condemn France  for the disproportionate response to the acts of resistance carried out in Paris last week.

France must be pressured to do whatever it takes to end the cycle of violence between the French and Muslims.

Countless innocent lives are being taken by indiscriminate French air attacks that target civilians.

We call on all entities, both public and private to boycott French products, academics and services; divest from any economic ventures; and sanction the country of France under the harshest of terms.

We only want to see Frenchmen and Muslims living side by side in peace in two states.

Muslims should not have to endure living under French occupation.

We are all ISIS

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From algemeiner.com:

How Hillary Clinton Enabled Hamas’ Construction of Terror Tunnels

Much has been said and written about the terror tunnels that Hamas built in Gaza. But too little has been said about who it was that put the cement into Hamas’ hands, thus making the construction of the tunnels possible in the first place.

Until now.

HillBillary Clinton

HillBillary Clinton

In a bombshell revelation, Dennis Ross, the senior Mideast policy adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton from 2009 to 2011, has admitted that it was he who was assigned the task of pressuring Israel to ease up on its military blockade of Gaza.

“I argued with Israeli leaders and security officials, telling them they needed to allow more construction materials, including cement, into Gaza so that housing, schools and basic infrastructure could be built,” Ross revealed in the Washington Post on August 10. “They countered that Hamas would misuse it, and they were right.”

Not that Hillary’s State Department had been acting independently of the White House on the issue of cement. For example, Vice President Joe Biden told interviewer Charlie Rose on Bloomberg TV in 2010: “We have put as much pressure and as much cajoling on Israel as we can to allow them to get building materials” and other forbidden items into Gaza.

But now that Mrs. Clinton is attempting to distance herself from the president’s debacles in foreign affairs, Ross’ admission shows that it was she who sent her personal envoy to push for a policy that ultimately enabled Hamas to build the terror tunnels.


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New York Post Editorial:

President Obama claims bad intelligence caused him to miss the threat from ISIS, but critics say he closed his ears to warnings.

Could the same thing be happening when it comes to the threat from homegrown jihadis in America?

On Tuesday, Alton Nolen was charged with first-degree murder in the gruesome beheading of a female worker at an Oklahoma food-processing plant.

Prosecutors tie the killing to his recent suspension from the plant and discount any link to Islamic terrorism. For the FBI, too, it’s just a case of “workplace violence.”

Yet, according to police, Nolen had become a fervent Islamic proselytizer. His Facebook page was inundated with passages from the Koran, signed “From a Muslim,” near pictures of Osama bin Laden.

Could this be another case of see-no-evil?

Recall that the feds treated Maj. Nidal Hasan similarly, even though he admitted communicating with jihadis abroad before launching his Fort Hood massacre.

This summer, Hasan asked ISIS to make him a “citizen” of the Islamic State. Yet the Obama folks still chalk up his killings to just more violence in the workplace.

Closer to home, Ali Muhammad Brown murdered Brendan Tevlin while the 19-year-old student was sitting in his car at an intersection in West Orange, NJ.

Brown, who’s tied to three murders in the Seattle area, admitted killing Tevlin and called it a “just kill” — “vengeance” for US military action in the Middle East. Yet the feds won’t label this terror-related, either.

Will the Obama folks ever learn? To head off a threat, you’ve got to be willing to acknowledge it first.

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To prove this claim, ask yourself the following two questions.

What would happen if a lone, fully equipped Israeli soldier were to have free [access] in an unarmed, demilitarized Gaza?

The answer: He would go home.

What would happen if a fully equipped Hamas soldier were given the same free situation in Israel?

The answer: I shudder at the thought. If you don’t, you are an imbecile and an obstacle to world peace.

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By John Bolton, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations


Israel’s effort to destroy Hamas’ underground Gaza Strip infrastructure is about defeating terrorism, yes — but even graver issues are involved.

Hamas’s long record of indiscriminate rocket attacks (over 11,000 since Israel left Gaza in 2005), its suicide bombers and its determination to destroy the Jewish state are all too real.

This is more than ample justification for Israel not just to retaliate against Hamas, but to destroy it.

But in Gaza today, Israel is also battling the existential peril of Iran’s nuclear program.

Despite Hamas’ 2011 refusal to support Assad in Syria, Iran never forgot Hamas’ potential usefulness against “the little Satan”; Tehran and Hamas have resumed their strategic partnership.

By confronting Hamas, Israel is simultaneously also striving against the fear of a new holocaust courtesy of Iranian nuclear weapons.

Removing or at least substantially degrading this mortal threat is the key imperative in Gaza, and could take considerable time to accomplish.

Appreciating this objective requires understanding the interwoven layers of deterrence and military capability involved in Israel’s war on Iran’s nuclear threat.

Of course, a nuclear Iran is not simply Israel’s problem, but America’s as well. Unfortunately, Washington and its allies have abdicated their responsibilities.

President Obama says repeatedly that “all options are on the table,” but no one really believes he’ll ever order military strikes against Iran’s nuclear program, and few think the endless talks with Iran will even slow Tehran’s progress. Israel is the only power that may act.

Yet Iran’s most likely response to an Israeli attack would be to unleash Hamas and Hezbollah against the Israeli civilian population.

A direct Iranian attack on Israel is unlikely, since Tehran wouldn’t want to risk an Israeli nuclear response. Retaliating indirectly through its terrorist surrogates is safer, while providing an air of plausible deniability.

Other options (closing the Strait of Hormuz; attacking US forces in the region) are highly unlikely, since they’d prompt an American military response, even from Obama.

(Incidentally, an Israeli strike would not prompt a broader Middle East war, because key Arab states also oppose a nuclear Iran.)

Thus the Hamas and Hezbollah arsenals in Gaza and southern Lebanon are crucial.

Most of Hamas’ rockets are short-range and not terribly accurate. If they hit civilian targets, they are of course lethal, but for Hamas their main use is as a weapon of terror.

After the 2006 Hezbollah-Israel war, however, Tehran not only replenished Hezbollah’s more muscular missile stockpiles, but also substantially upgraded Hamas’ assets. Longer-range missiles began appearing in Gaza, smuggled in courtesy of Iran, such as the Fajr-5 and the Khaibar (Syrian-built from Iranian design).

As recently as March, Israel intercepted the Klos-C in the Red Sea carrying Khaibar missiles, mortars and assault-rifle ammunition, which Israel credibly says were Gaza-bound. Although shipping records were counterfeited, Iran was undoubtedly the source.

Thus Iran could order the launching of longer-range, more accurate missiles from both Lebanon and Gaza, substantially increasing the threat to Israel.

Despite Israel’s huge strides in missile defense, especially Iron Dome, such systems can still be defeated by overwhelming them with large numbers of rockets arriving simultaneously on a given target, especially if they’re launched from two disparate locations.

Iran fully understands the deterrent effect these missiles have on any Israeli government contemplating a pre-emptive strike. The Khaibar’s range of about 200 miles means it can strike Israel’s port of Haifa from Gaza.

With its 50-mile range, the Fajr-5 can hit Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor. (Missile ranges rise or fall depending on the weight of the weapons payload being carried.)

Israel needs to feel confident it can successfully attack Iran’s nuclear program without risking unacceptable civilian losses when Tehran retaliates via Hamas and Hezbollah.

Thus, Israel should destroy Hamas’ missile capabilities now, as well as any unmanned aerial vehicles in Gaza that might disperse biological or chemical weapons.

Ideally, Israel would do the same to Hezbollah — which helps explain why Hezbollah has held back during the current hostilities.

But there is little doubt that Iran and Hamas desperately hope John Kerry or others will manage to impose a cease-fire in Gaza before their stocks of long-range missiles are uncovered and destroyed.

This is why it is so important that Israel continue its Gaza operations for as long as it deems necessary, precisely to destroy those missiles.

In so doing, Israel is acting not only in its own legitimate self-defense, but in America’s as well.

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Hamas declared some time ago that Israeli civilians are legitimate targets because of the nation’s mandatory military service.

This is in spite of the civilians who have deferments, won’t serve for another 18 years or who are done with their service.

By this logic, their civilians should be legitimate targets because they all have the potential to be homicide bombers.

The linked article demonstrates just how intertwined the civilian population is with military operations in Gaza.

Everyone there is a guerrilla and deserves to be treated as such.


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I wonder how long it will be before California, Arizona, and Texas will be bombarded by rockets from Mexico?

When we return fire, will the MSM—and especially the UN—accuse us of being the aggressor?

Will the world unfairly turn on us as they have Israel?

Will our country be known one day as Gazexico?

If the liberals have their way, the U.S. will no longer be a sovereign nation.

If the Mexicans have their way, the US will be annexed and become part of Mexico.

Both are currently using Mexican illegals as one of their tools to blur our borders.

What the liberals are blind to is what the monumental negative effect on the entire world will be if the U.S. were to cease to exist.

Just imagine a collapsing house of cards.

So, I say, fuck Mexico, fuck the liberals, fuck Hamas, and double fuck the UN.

While we’re at it, fuck the worthless turd in the white house and her treacherous husband.

Fuck Mexico!

The future president of Gazexico


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We have seen that the value of an Arab Muslim’s life is nil.

Not because we are racists, imperialists, colonialists, or elitists.

It’s because as I have said before, it’s the value they have placed on it themselves, and the world, in its entirety, accepts.

They blow themselves up at the drop of a hat, and kill as easily as look at each other.

Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, you name it – if not now, in the past.

Hundreds of thousands dead, and no one blinks an eye.

Unless it’s a ‘Palestinian’.

Then the whole world comes to a stop.

My mistake, only certain ‘Palestinians’

Not the ones killed by Jordan. Not the ones killed by Syria. Only the ones killed by Israelis.

A fraction of all the Arab Muslims ever killed, these are the only Arab deaths that cry out for justice, vengeance and pity.

These are the only Arab Muslim deaths that demand a high price.


Because these are the only ones that can be used to justify the hatred that defies logic. Antisemitism.

No one gives a shit about dead Arabs, ‘Palestinian’ or otherwise unless they can be used to thinly disguise Jew hatred.

It’s time the world be told that this farce is exposed and is no longer valid.

What was the value of Chechen lives when Russia needed to defend itself?

What was the value of German or Japanese lives when the Allies needed to win World War 2?

The world market need to re-evaluate the cost of a ‘Palestinian’ life, especially when Hamas purposely places them in harm’s way thinking they can exploit the hatred of Jews for their political game.

It’s time for new rules:

  1. Pull all IDF forces out of Gaza.
  2. Carpet bomb any area suspected of harboring rocket fire, just like it was Berlin or Tokyo.
  3. Send the IDF back in after sufficient degradation and demand the unconditional surrender of Hamas leadership, then try them as war criminals.

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Fox News on the scene reporter in Gaza, John Huddy needs to report the facts or shut the fuck up.

How is ‘fair and balanced’ FOX becoming the voice of Hamas?

Over the weekend, Huddy reported from Sejaiya in Gaza, an emotional cry of pity for the dead Gazans and the physical destruction he witnessed.

Thank you for removing any objectivity or context you putz.

To see his story one would think that Gaza was attacked unprovoked and without cause and innocent civilians were targeted.

The fact that the area has been the sight of hundreds of rocket launchings is not a factor on his teary eyes.

That the Israelis gave civilians ample warning to get out is not mentioned, or that the civilians there are either Hamas hostages or willing human shields

Neither is the fact that the neighborhood was turned into a fortress with weapons caches and a network of tunnels, some of which lead into Israel itself.

BTW- When civilians are warned to get out it also alerts Hamas terrorists as to the time and place of battle.

In this case warning civilians cost over a dozen Israeli deaths.

Something else he ignored.

If Israel wanted to commit genocide on Gazans there would have been tens of thousands dead by now, not 500.

Huddy needs to put on his big boy pants, take off the blinders and get the fuck out of Gaza.

He and his ‘editors’ at FUX News need to shut the fuck up.

I get more objective reporting from the Al-Jazeera America network.

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