Israel Warns Neighbors Over March To Jerusalem


Cannuck
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#241
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Yes, a hidden agenda, of course - Really - I thought I was clear - I am not going to be trolled by someone like yourself that just goes on and on.

Clear would be stating unequivocally that you believe Israel commits war crimes, not the merry-go-round you have created in this thread.

Why is it so difficult for you to type "Israel has committed war crimes"? If, as you claim, you have done so in the past it shouldn't have been that big of a deal. Why was it?

Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

And EAO - You know as well as I do that I have condemned the Israeli's for War Crimes - You left Cannuck out to hang in the wind.

LOL...I haven't been hung out in the wind. I've simply asked a question that has caused you to twist yourself into a pretzel rather than answer. I'm past caring about the answer to the question and am now interested in why the question bothered you so much. Near as I can tell, both you and EAO believe both sides of this fight share blame. Is that what bothers you? After ****ting so much on EAO you came to the uncomfortable realization that you have a fair bit in common with him. That must be fairly embarrassing for you.
 
Goober
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#242
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Clear would be stating unequivocally that you believe Israel commits war crimes, not the merry-go-round you have created in this thread.
Why is it so difficult for you to type "Israel has committed war crimes"? If, as you claim, you have done so in the past it shouldn't have been that big of a deal. Why was it?
LOL...I haven't been hung out in the wind. I've simply asked a question that has caused you to twist yourself into a pretzel rather than answer. I'm past caring about the answer to the question and am now interested in why the question bothered you so much. Near as I can tell, both you and EAO believe both sides of this fight share blame. Is that what bothers you? After ****ting so much on EAO you came to the uncomfortable realization that you have a fair bit in common with him. That must be fairly embarrassing for you.


Bear just put your opinion in the ****can yesterday. Are you forgettful?
 
CDNBear
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#243
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Clear would be stating unequivocally that you believe Israel commits war crimes, not the merry-go-round you have created in this thread.
Why is it so difficult for you to type "Israel has committed war crimes"? If, as you claim, you have done so in the past it shouldn't have been that big of a deal. Why was it?
LOL...I haven't been hung out in the wind. I've simply asked a question that has caused you to twist yourself into a pretzel rather than answer. I'm past caring about the answer to the question and am now interested in why the question bothered you so much. Near as I can tell, both you and EAO believe both sides of this fight share blame. Is that what bothers you? After ****ting so much on EAO you came to the uncomfortable realization that you have a fair bit in common with him. That must be fairly embarrassing for you.

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The topic is Israel, not Goober.

If I had made that post to Fuzzy, or OB, or any one of your new pet members, I would receive a neg for it.

I hope me pointing out your hypocrisy, doesn't leave you to butthurt. I wouldn't want to ruin your weekend.

Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Are you forgettful?

No, he's admittedly stupid.
 
Cannuck
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#244
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

The IDF responded using non lethal force.

Not according to all reports. Some folks like to pick and choose what reports they accept and which ones require corroboration (or collaboration) yet attack others for doing the same thing. There is a word for that you know.
 
Goober
#245
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Clear would be stating unequivocally that you believe Israel commits war crimes, not the merry-go-round you have created in this thread.
Why is it so difficult for you to type "Israel has committed war crimes"? If, as you claim, you have done so in the past it shouldn't have been that big of a deal. Why was it?
LOL...I haven't been hung out in the wind. I've simply asked a question that has caused you to twist yourself into a pretzel rather than answer. I'm past caring about the answer to the question and am now interested in why the question bothered you so much. Near as I can tell, both you and EAO believe both sides of this fight share blame. Is that what bothers you? After ****ting so much on EAO you came to the uncomfortable realization that you have a fair bit in common with him. That must be fairly embarrassing for you.

And you like to troll people with your constant questions - always refining, always coming in from a different angle - always trolling - Still in Junior High School the way you carry on - Oh the Drama - Oh my you are such a Drama Queen.
Get the right bait Bucky Jnr before trying to troll me
 
CDNBear
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#246
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Not according to all reports. Some folks like to pick and choose what reports they accept and which ones require corroboration (or collaboration) yet attack others for doing the same thing. There is a word for that you know.

Yes there is, Cannuck.

But I digress, the thread is about Israel, not your hypocrisy.

Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Oh the Drama - Oh my you are such a Drama Queen.

He's an admittedly stupid, attention who!e.
 
Goober
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#247
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Bear just put your opinion in the ****can yesterday. Are you forgettful?


Cannuck - What is so offensive about this post?

Or are you just having a hissy fit. More Drama
 
Cannuck
+1 / -1
#248
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

And you like to troll people with your constant questions - always refining, always coming in from a different angle ....

I haven't changed the angle. The question was always, do you believe that Israel commits war crimes. It really is that simple.
 
CDNBear
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#249
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Cannuck - What is so offensive about this post?

You PWND him.

His fragile child like ego, finds that offensive.

Can we get back to Israel now?

Seeing as you like to abuse the system, making it fair game Jimmy. Enjoy.
 
Goober
#250
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I haven't changed the angle. The question was always, do you believe that Israel commits war crimes. It really is that simple.

And I have provided the information for you. It was also posted by Bear who sent your opinion to the dustbin of trollery.
I am sure that is your filing cabinet.

Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Cannuck - What is so offensive about this post?
Or are you just having a hissy fit. More Drama


More reds - Oh my.
 
Cannuck
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#251
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

And I have provided the information for you. It was also posted by Bear who sent your opinion to the dustbin of trollery.

So in other words, you didn't provide the information, CB did. Is he your lawyer or something?
 
Goober
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#252
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

So in other words, you didn't provide the information, CB did. Is he your lawyer or something?

No - Can we get back on topic or are you fixated on this. Signs of deep seated idiotic fixations can be a sign of deteriorating mental health.

Yes I know - Another red. Oh my - how will I sleep. Very soundly -A sign of good mental health - How do you sleep
 
Cannuck
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#253
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

No - Can we get back on topic or are you fixated on this.

This is on topic as it relates to your motivations. Perhaps if you spent less time attacking people personally, your motivations wouldn't interest me as much.
 
CDNBear
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#254
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

This is on topic as it relates to your motivations. Perhaps if you spent less time attacking people personally, your motivations wouldn't interest me as much.

I understand you're admittedly stupid, and in so being, like to play forum cop. Hypocritically mind you.

But the topic is Israel.
 
Goober
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#255
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

No - Can we get back on topic or are you fixated on this. Signs of deep seated idiotic fixations can be a sign of deteriorating mental health.
Yes I know - Another red. Oh my - how will I sleep. Very soundly -A sign of good mental health - How do you sleep

Well I am right again. Another red. You are very very predictable. Another sign of a rigid mentality.

As I mentioned previously - Your reds are compliments Bucky Jnr, compliments.
 
gerryh
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#256
so, how many thousands did the IDF end up killing?
 
Goober
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#257
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

so, how many thousands did the IDF end up killing?

Some on this Forum would be disappointed that no fatalities were incurred.

Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

This is on topic as it relates to your motivations. Perhaps if you spent less time attacking people personally, your motivations wouldn't interest me as much.

OP is Israel and the march. Not difficult to understand is it?
 
Cannuck
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#258
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

OP is Israel and the march. Not difficult to understand is it?

Apparently it is, given how much effort you and CB put into talking about my butt yesterday. I think when a poster personally attacks another poster because of what they believe, the reasons behind that automatically become part of the issue.

Why do you feel you need to attack EAO personally instead of attacking his ideas?
 
earth_as_one
#259
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Some on this Forum would be disappointed that no fatalities were incurred.

OP is Israel and the march. Not difficult to understand is it?

You statement is not accurate:

Medics in the Gaza Strip said the soldiers used live fire to prevent protesters from approaching the border of the coastal enclave, killing a 20-year-old man and wounding 37 others. Violence flared at checkpoints in the occupied West Bank to the north and south of Jerusalem. Witnesses also reported disturbances at gateways into the Old City. A West Bank medic said 220 people were hurt in the clashes.
Palestinian killed during 'Land Day' rally - The Irish Times - Sat, Mar 31, 2012 (external - login to view)
 
gerryh
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#260
Quote: Originally Posted by earth_as_oneView Post

You statement is not accurate:

Medics in the Gaza Strip said the soldiers used live fire to prevent protesters from approaching the border of the coastal enclave, killing a 20-year-old man and wounding 37 others. Violence flared at checkpoints in the occupied West Bank to the north and south of Jerusalem. Witnesses also reported disturbances at gateways into the Old City. A West Bank medic said 220 people were hurt in the clashes.
Palestinian killed during 'Land Day' rally - The Irish Times - Sat, Mar 31, 2012 (external - login to view)



So, one person killed. I would say that the IDF showed considerable restraint. Would you not agree?
 
Cannuck
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#261
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

... the IDF used non lethal force to break up those violent protests...

Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

So, one person killed....

I guess they used lethal force after all. Who collaborated the story?
 
earth_as_one
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#262
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

So, one person killed. I would say that the IDF showed considerable restraint. Would you not agree?

I would say that Israeli soldiers showed more restraint than usual as the the number of dead and injured this week was lower than a typical week.

This Week in Palestine: week 13 2012
This Week in Palestine week 13 2012 - International Middle East Media Center (external - login to view)

...100 civilians were injured when Israeli troops attacked protesters in Ramallah and Bethlehem cities.... people marched from Ramallah city, central West Bank, towards Qalandiya checkpoint that is separating Ramallah from Jerusalem. Troops fired tear gas and sound bombs then later used rubber-coated steel bullets. 80 Palestinians were injured. Witnesses told IMEMC that among those injured were two Palestinian medic...In Bethlehem 20 residents were injured, seven were moved to hospitals, when soldiers fired tear gas and sound bombs at land day protesters. Among those injured in Bethlehem was an American activist who was hit with a tear gas canister in his head...

...villagers in central and southern West Bank organized their weekly anti wall (non-violent) protests. Protests were organized in the villages of Bil’in, Nil’in, and Nabi Saleh, central West Bank and Al Ma’ssara, in the south. Many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation fired by Israeli soldiers....

...This week the Israeli military conducted at least 65 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank, during which they arrested 19 Palestinian civilians, including a child, settlers attacks were also reported while Gaza ambulance cars stopped working due to fuel shortage....

...The Gaza Strip has been suffering a fuel crisis for two months as a result of Egypt and Israel preventing it from reaching the coastal enclave. Due to fuel shortages Gaza residents face 13 hours of power cuts a day while Gaza based hospitals are warning of their inability to provide services...

...Palestinian political prisoner Hana Shalabi has agreed to end her hunger strike after 43 days when Israeli officials agreed to release her from prison on Friday. But her release will not be to her home in the West Bank, but to the Gaza Strip, where she will be forced to live for three years before she can return home...

...Settlers attacks this week targeting West Bank farmers increased. Two farmers were injured by the settler attacks this week. A Palestinian farmer was injured when Israeli armed settlers attacked a group of farmers near the northern West Bank city of Nablus on Monday. On Sunday one resident was injured after being attacked by a group of fundamentalist Israeli settlers near Yatta,...


Yes I would agree last weeks violence was restrained in comparison to the normal level of violence directed at Palestinians. Judge for yourself the news that didn't make the news:

(Last) Week in Palestine week: 12 2012
...Soldiers stopped the villagers along with their international and Israeli supporters at the village entrance and attacked them using rubber-coated steel bullets and tear gas. The military also used chemical water as well to force people back into the village. Two 16 year old boys from the village were hit with rubber-coated steel bullets, one in the face... Soldiers stormed The media office of the Nonviolent Resistance Committee in Nabi Saleh and confiscated a computer, in addition to confiscating three computers from the home of Basem At-Tamimi, who is currently in an Israeli prison for his nonviolent activities against the Wall and settlements... the Israeli military conducted at least 56 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank this week. During which they arrested 8 Palestinian civilians, including 3 children....Ash-Shalabi was released last October during the Egyptian mediated swap deal between Israel and Palestinian groups. She was rearrested last month, along with 6 others who had also been released in the deal....15 Palestinian political detainees were injured on Thursday at the military detention facility of Jalbua. Troops stormed prisoners’ rooms to force a DNA test.... a 6-year-old child, was wounded by a bullet to the right thigh when his home at the southern Gaza borders with Israel came under Israeli military fire....
This Week in Palestine week 12 2012 - International Middle East Media Center (external - login to view)

(The Week Before) in Palestine: week 11 2012

...eight were injured, one seriously. Many were treated for the effects of tear gas inhalation when Israeli soldiers attacked anti wall protests in a number of West Bank villages...(Non-violent) Protests were organized in the central West Bank villages of Bil’in, Nil’in and al Nabi Saleh. Eight protesters including one international supporter were injured by Israeli fire at a protest in the village of al Nabi Saleh. The international activist was seriously injured when she was hit with many rubber-coated steel bullets fired by Israeli troops....Troops attacked the march before they even left the village. Soldiers invaded the villages and fired tear gas into people’s homes;...Troops stopped protesters at the village entrance before they reached lands owned by local farmers but which Israel confiscated to build the wall on. Later troops forced people back into the village using rifle-butts...The latest Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip which left over a dozen Palestinian dead and others wounded...Despite continued sporadic exchanges of fire between the two sides, the level of violence has dropped for the past few days. None of the Palestinian groups in Gaza has claimed responsibility for the attacks launched since the ceasefire was announced....Egypt mediated a truce deal between Israel and Palestinian groups in Gaza ending five days of fighting. The Israeli attacks left 26 people dead and about 80 others injured, mostly women and children.....
This Week in Palestine week 11 2012 - International Middle East Media Center (external - login to view)

(The Week Before that) in Palestine week:10 2012
...A twenty-two year old man was killed and a teenager injured in the West Bank on Thursday, as Israeli troops conducted raids on the village of Yatta. Israel’s goal was to re-arrest Khalied Makhamreh a former political prisoner released during a prisoner swap last October... two Palestinian children were killed five others injured on Tuesday afternoon when an Israeli military bomb detonated near them, local sources reported. Local sources said that the explosion took place at a farm land east of Hebron city. Palestinian police said that bomb was a left over by the Israeli military.... on Monday 19 year old Mohamed Abu Awad, was critically injured by Israeli troops when they opened fire at a group of Palestinian youths conducting a commemoration protest near the central West Bank city of Ramallah.... this week alone the Israeli military conducted at least 71 military incursions into Palestinian communities in the West Bank, during which they arrested 40 Palestinian civilians, including 13 children...
This Week in Palestine week 10 2012 - International Middle East Media Center (external - login to view)
 
CDNBear
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#263
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

I think when a poster personally attacks another poster because of what they believe, the reasons behind that automatically become part of the issue.

Yet you cry (Selectively) when others do just that.

Why do you feel you need to attack others personally instead of attacking their ideas?

I blame your hypocrisy, which of course is likely caused by your admitted stupidity.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 31st, 2012 at 07:22 AM..
 
Goober
#264
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

EAO - You claim that I have not condemned Israeli War Crimes is utter BS.
Care to have your *** handed to you again. I can. But a retraction of your comment would be expected, without any qualifiers.
Game on - Game off -
Over to you Bucky.

Bump
 
CDNBear
#265
Question to hard for you Jimmy?

Would you like to see some quotes, where you attack others, instead of their ideas?

Or are you more interested in pretending to be a forum cop? Do you dress up in a little cop uniform before you come out to play? I know you have a pretty intense uniform fetish.
Last edited by CDNBear; Mar 31st, 2012 at 08:48 AM..
 
earth_as_one
#266
When our news reports that "Palestinian rocket and mortar attacks followed a period of relative calm", they aren't referring to the Palestinian experience. In the last 45 years, I don't think Palestinians have ever experienced a month without multiple violent lethal attacks, illegal land annexations and home demolitions. While I would agree that the majority of Israel attacks against Palestinians appear to be focused on militant targets ( I am neutral on these attacks), they also go after political leaders, organizers of non-violent protests and members of their families (war crimes). Then there are the Israeli attacks against Palestinian infrastructure (water sewage power...), the sole purpose is collectively punish millions of civilians (war crimes).

This conflict's violence makes our news occasionally, but Palestinians experience violence, injustice and oppression on a daily basis.
 
Goober
#267
Quote: Originally Posted by earth_as_oneView Post

When our news reports that "Palestinian rocket and mortar attacks followed a period of relative calm", they aren't referring to the Palestinian experience. In the last 45 years, I don't think Palestinians have ever experienced a month without multiple violent lethal attacks, illegal land annexations and home demolitions. While I would agree that the majority of Israel attacks against Palestinians appear to be focused somewhat on militant targets, they also go after political leaders, organizers of non-violent protests and members of their families. Then there are the Israeli attacks against Palestinian infrastructure (water sewage power...), the sole purpose is collectively punish millions of civilians.
This conflict's violence makes our news occasionally, but Palestinians experience violence, injustice and oppression on a daily basis.

EAO - You claim that I have not condemned Israeli War Crimes is utter BS.
Care to have your *** handed to you again. I can. But a retraction of your comment would be expected, without any qualifiers.
Game on - Game off -
Over to you Bucky.
 
CDNBear
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#268
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

EAO - You claim that I have not condemned Israeli War Crimes is utter BS.

I wonder why Jimmy isn't chasing EAO around and attacking EAO about that.

Must have something to do with the fact that we've upset him, by pointing out his childishness, hypocrisy, inconsistency, and his admitted stupidity, and this is his childish way of trying to seek revenge.

I blame his admitted stupidity for why he places so much importance in net forums.
 
MHz
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#269
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

So, you are saying that AFTER the protesters turned violent, the IDF used non lethal force to break up those violent protests.... is that right? Kudos to the IDF.

Denialruns strong in you, did you not hear the warning that they would open fire even on 'peaceful protestors'? And that is just what they did before any violence took place.

I guess we can stop the horse**** condemnation of any nation using violence as a credible way to end any/all protests. I would imagine that 'morality' of yours allows protesters in Syria to kill soldiers and police and condemn the soldiers when they fire back. lol Can't get much more hypocrite than that.
 
CDNBear
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#270
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

Denialruns strong in you, did you not hear the warning that they would open fire even on 'peaceful protestors'? And that is just what they did before any violence took place.

I guess we can stop the horse**** condemnation of any nation using violence as a credible way to end any/all protests. I would imagine that 'morality' of yours allows protesters in Syria to kill soldiers and police and condemn the soldiers when they fire back. lol Can't get much more hypocrite than that.

All countries have the right to defend their borders. Even with deadly force.

Israel seems to be the only nation that isn't allowed to do that, according to the usual suspects.
 

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