Topper wrote:The guide strike by Israel took out the military leader of Hamas. Rocket strikes by the Palestinians are not guided and are now reaching Tel Aviv.
Israel in the midst of an election, the hard line stance strengthens Netanyahu, and don't for a moment neglect the Iranian involvement with Hamas. The latest stock of missiles are manufactured in Iran and many came from Libya after the fall of Gaddafi. The new leader of Egypt is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas was founded as an offshoot of the Brotherhood.
All this restocking of arms while our our NDP vets are trying to boat in "humanitarian aid" to the Palestinians. LOL
SKYO wrote:Palestinians have no army, no navy & no air force, so it seems as if Israeli's are just going for it all with no repercussion.
Listercat wrote:SKYO wrote:Palestinians have no army, no navy & no air force, so it seems as if Israeli's are just going for it all with no repercussion.
Yep so that would make them what? Terrorists perhaps. The Pales have been lobbing mortars and rockets into Israel for several months now and then Assad's gang fired some in to the Golan Heights. Did they expect they could continue poking Israel in the eye without consequences? Topper is correct, this is all playing into Netanyahu's strong suit which will certainly not enable Hamas to bargain with a more "liberal" minded opponent. They should be hoping someone of this ilk can beat Netanyahu if they really want "peace". Maybe they don't. Perhaps the puppetmasters want to continue goading Israel in hopes they do something that turns the "west" against them or until they have Israel surrounded again by extremist regimes. ( see Egypt)
Iran will continue to fund and arm Hamas as their mercenaries as they know that the Israelis would kick their ass in a direct conflict. If they can draw Egypt into the fray they hope to accomplish their goals without firing a shot.
Island Nucklehead wrote:Can anyone tell me the difference between Assad and Netanyahu? Seems to me they both enjoy targeting civilian populations with extreme aggression.
Island Nucklehead wrote:Add to this the fact Canada "supports" this "anti-terrorist" action.
Topper wrote:All this restocking of arms while our our NDP vets are trying to boat in "humanitarian aid" to the Palestinians. LOL
Lancer wrote:Israel's chief antagonists have been trying to goad them into doing something stupid for the better part of a year now.
Lancer wrote:The only reason I think Hezbollah hasn't joined the fray with Israel is that they're up to their eyeballs fighting a quasi-existential battle trying to save their sugar-daddy Assad from the rebels.
Strangelove wrote:No doubt.
But what about going after Iran's nuclear facilities?
Would that be stupid to do.... or stupid not to do?
Strangelove wrote:Assad is a heavy-handed murderous dictator who oppresses his own people.
Netanyahu is..... not.
Are you under the impression Gaza is a part of Israel?
RoyalDude wrote:Go Humans Go! Kill, Kill, Kill. We are such and advanced species.
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