Horror Day of Israeli Attacks:


Praxius
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Horror day in Gaza: Boys playing hide and seek on beach when missile struck

Video in Above Link
July 17, 2014: 9NEWS reporter Peter Stefanovic and cameraman Luke Wilson have entered Gaza via the Erez crossing following a horror day of Israeli attacks.


The father and brother of two of the boys who were killed in the beach airstrike.

It's an image that cuts through even the toughest souls. Grieving mothers who've dropped to their knees and are wailing in despair. Their children had been killed by a missile launched from a naval war ship. The boys, aged 9 to 11, had been playing hide and seek on the beach when the missiles were fired.

Israel had dropped flyers on northern Gaza earlier in the day to warn residents to evacuate, because Hamas targets would be destroyed. It claims it thought the children were fleeing terrorists, and is now investigating the incident.

I watched as the women were told the news. Two of them screamed, passed out, and then had to be stretchered away. This may be the tragic defining event of this horrific conflict so far.

Israel has announced a five hour "humanitarian ceasefire" that will take place later today. It has been called to allow medical supplies in to treat the wounded. It's a relief, but it's only temporary. When the five hours is up, the bombs will return.

There doesn't appear to be much of a diplomatic track being run here. The US is leading talks at this stage, but getting Israel and Hamas together has been, and will continue to be, the toughest challenge.


Yes, I imagine 9-11 year old kids look about the right size of midget terrorists. I suppose they had guns in their hands too.

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Israel, Hamas agree to humanitarian truce

[COLOR="rgb(105, 105, 105)"]Israel has agreed to a UN request to halt its bombardment of Gaza for five hours on humanitarian grounds, after its naval strikes killed four children on a beach.

The punishing strikes aimed at halting cross-border rocket fire by Hamas militants had resumed after Egyptian-brokered truce efforts collapsed Tuesday.

Israel's campaign, which entered its 10th day on Thursday, has killed 223 Palestinians so far, with a Gaza-based human rights group saying over 80 per cent of them were civilians.

In the same period, militants have fired more than 1200 rockets at Israel. They claimed their first Israeli life on Tuesday.

The army said early on Thursday that 82 rockets had hit Israel during the course of Wednesday and more than 30 were intercepted by Israel's missile defences.

The Israeli army announced it would halt its bombardment of Gaza between 10.00am and 3.00pm (1700 and 2200 AEST) on Thursday, following a UN request for a humanitarian truce.

UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East peace process Robert Serry earlier told Israel's Channel Two television, that he had asked the military for a "humanitarian pause" in its Gaza offensive and that, if it agreed, he would ask Gaza militants to follow suit.

Hamas on Thursday agreed to honour the temporary Gaza ceasefire.

"The group agrees to a ceasefire for five hours," starting from 10.00am, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zukhri said in a statement.

"The Palestinian factions agreed to accept the offer from the United Nations for a cooling-down on the ground for five hours starting from 10 in the morning," he told AFP.

As part of the peace initiative, a Hamas official met Egyptian leaders while Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas arrived in Cairo to join the diplomatic efforts.

In addition to the four children who died, several people were also wounded in an apparent Israeli naval bombardment of a beach in Gaza City Wednesday, medics said.

The first strike scattered terrified children and adults on the beach. A second and third struck as they ran, setting fire to huts on the beach.

The strikes appeared to be the result of shelling by the Israeli navy against an area with small shacks used by fishermen.

Several children ran inside a hotel where at least three had shrapnel injuries.

Several hours after the strikes, the Israeli military described the deaths as "tragic" and said it was investigating the incident.

"Based on preliminary results, the target of this strike was Hamas terrorist operatives," the military said in a statement.

"The reported civilian casualties from this strike are a tragic outcome."[/COLOR]

And people wonder why militants are firing off rockets towards Israel?

Kill a bunch of children and innocent civilians and I'd probably be a little PO'd and want to fire back too.

Oh but Israel dropped leaflets telling civilians to flee as they're going to flatten the place, how nice of them.

Exactly where are they going to flee to? They're blowing everything up and if you run, you look like a fleeing terrorist regardless if you look like a little kid or not.

These kids were on a beach so you'd think that'd be a semi-safe place to play and not worry too much about getting killed.... Nope. They looked like terrorists so shell the snot out of them & kill some fishermen too while we're at it.

These "Militants" are only further encouraged and gain more recruits and more hatred towards Israel by having these sorts of things constantly happening. I'm sure everybody there has had at least one family member or loved one killed by Israelis over the last few years (not including since all of this began) and have a lot of anger.... and yet the only thing they can do to vent any of this is to lob some make-shift rockets randomly towards Israel while Israel carpet bombs and shells the crap out of these people.... the same Israelis who've used white phosphorous & cluster bombs in civilian populated areas in the past and who have no care about anybody else but themselves and their self-righteous & omnipotent attitude of them owning all the lands there and everybody else is a lower class human if they're not Jewish.

The same people who have already had politicians calling for the genocide and wiping out of Palestinians and who at the same time complain when these same people won't recognize Israel as a real country and have the same level of hatred towards them.

So who is worse?

The people who are completely out matched and continually oppressed and has its civilians murdered, whom have had their lands taken away and locked into a land where they're left to live in horrible conditions due to blockades, etc..... or the people who have taken those lands due to greed and entitlement and feel they're superior and above international law?

Oh but poor Israel is surrounded by enemies who all want to destroy them and have to act tough?

With actions like these, it's no wonder their neighbors all hate them.

But they're a so-called Democracy and western nations are obligated to back them up in everything they do, otherwise they're antisemitic and Jew-Haters..... meanwhile Palestinians are dirty Muslims who don't mind being killed anyways cuz they're sub-human by out wonderful Western Values.
 
Durry
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#2
Sh...t happens in wars!!

Hamas had a choice,,,,,and they chose it.

I mean how dumb can a human get, one week of war and you lose 200+ citizens and you only kill one opponent. Like duhhhh!!
 
MHz
#3
And that came at the end of the week. Wonder if the popcorn venders will get an advance warning of a ceasefire?
 
B00Mer
#4
People are drawn to that, on TV or as they have a Front Seat View..

quotShock and Awequot The Beginning of the 2003 Invasion of Iraq CNN Live Coverage - YouTube

 
Durry
#5
The Palestinians have gotten so used to being told by Israel where/what they are going to bomb next that the Pals just go about their regular day if it doesn't affect them.
 
Spade
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#6  Top Rated Post
One cannot but have sympathy for the plight of Gazan civilians. They have every right to peace and happiness as any other people.
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by PraxiusView Post

Horror day in Gaza: Boys playing hide and seek on beach when missile struck

Video in Above Link
July 17, 2014: 9NEWS reporter Peter Stefanovic and cameraman Luke Wilson have entered Gaza via the Erez crossing following a horror day of Israeli attacks.


The father and brother of two of the boys who were killed in the beach airstrike.

It's an image that cuts through even the toughest souls. Grieving mothers who've dropped to their knees and are wailing in despair. Their children had been killed by a missile launched from a naval war ship. The boys, aged 9 to 11, had been playing hide and seek on the beach when the missiles were fired.

Israel had dropped flyers on northern Gaza earlier in the day to warn residents to evacuate, because Hamas targets would be destroyed. It claims it thought the children were fleeing terrorists, and is now investigating the incident.

I watched as the women were told the news. Two of them screamed, passed out, and then had to be stretchered away. This may be the tragic defining event of this horrific conflict so far.

Israel has announced a five hour "humanitarian ceasefire" that will take place later today. It has been called to allow medical supplies in to treat the wounded. It's a relief, but it's only temporary. When the five hours is up, the bombs will return.

There doesn't appear to be much of a diplomatic track being run here. The US is leading talks at this stage, but getting Israel and Hamas together has been, and will continue to be, the toughest challenge.


Yes, I imagine 9-11 year old kids look about the right size of midget terrorists. I suppose they had guns in their hands too.

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Israel, Hamas agree to humanitarian truce

[COLOR="rgb(105, 105, 105)"]Israel has agreed to a UN request to halt its bombardment of Gaza for five hours on humanitarian grounds, after its naval strikes killed four children on a beach.

The punishing strikes aimed at halting cross-border rocket fire by Hamas militants had resumed after Egyptian-brokered truce efforts collapsed Tuesday.

Israel's campaign, which entered its 10th day on Thursday, has killed 223 Palestinians so far, with a Gaza-based human rights group saying over 80 per cent of them were civilians.

In the same period, militants have fired more than 1200 rockets at Israel. They claimed their first Israeli life on Tuesday.

The army said early on Thursday that 82 rockets had hit Israel during the course of Wednesday and more than 30 were intercepted by Israel's missile defences.

The Israeli army announced it would halt its bombardment of Gaza between 10.00am and 3.00pm (1700 and 2200 AEST) on Thursday, following a UN request for a humanitarian truce.

UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East peace process Robert Serry earlier told Israel's Channel Two television, that he had asked the military for a "humanitarian pause" in its Gaza offensive and that, if it agreed, he would ask Gaza militants to follow suit.

Hamas on Thursday agreed to honour the temporary Gaza ceasefire.

"The group agrees to a ceasefire for five hours," starting from 10.00am, Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zukhri said in a statement.

"The Palestinian factions agreed to accept the offer from the United Nations for a cooling-down on the ground for five hours starting from 10 in the morning," he told AFP.

As part of the peace initiative, a Hamas official met Egyptian leaders while Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas arrived in Cairo to join the diplomatic efforts.

In addition to the four children who died, several people were also wounded in an apparent Israeli naval bombardment of a beach in Gaza City Wednesday, medics said.

The first strike scattered terrified children and adults on the beach. A second and third struck as they ran, setting fire to huts on the beach.

The strikes appeared to be the result of shelling by the Israeli navy against an area with small shacks used by fishermen.

Several children ran inside a hotel where at least three had shrapnel injuries.

Several hours after the strikes, the Israeli military described the deaths as "tragic" and said it was investigating the incident.

"Based on preliminary results, the target of this strike was Hamas terrorist operatives," the military said in a statement.

"The reported civilian casualties from this strike are a tragic outcome."[/COLOR]

And people wonder why militants are firing off rockets towards Israel?

Kill a bunch of children and innocent civilians and I'd probably be a little PO'd and want to fire back too.

Oh but Israel dropped leaflets telling civilians to flee as they're going to flatten the place, how nice of them.

Exactly where are they going to flee to? They're blowing everything up and if you run, you look like a fleeing terrorist regardless if you look like a little kid or not.

These kids were on a beach so you'd think that'd be a semi-safe place to play and not worry too much about getting killed.... Nope. They looked like terrorists so shell the snot out of them & kill some fishermen too while we're at it.

These "Militants" are only further encouraged and gain more recruits and more hatred towards Israel by having these sorts of things constantly happening. I'm sure everybody there has had at least one family member or loved one killed by Israelis over the last few years (not including since all of this began) and have a lot of anger.... and yet the only thing they can do to vent any of this is to lob some make-shift rockets randomly towards Israel while Israel carpet bombs and shells the crap out of these people.... the same Israelis who've used white phosphorous & cluster bombs in civilian populated areas in the past and who have no care about anybody else but themselves and their self-righteous & omnipotent attitude of them owning all the lands there and everybody else is a lower class human if they're not Jewish.

The same people who have already had politicians calling for the genocide and wiping out of Palestinians and who at the same time complain when these same people won't recognize Israel as a real country and have the same level of hatred towards them.

So who is worse?

The people who are completely out matched and continually oppressed and has its civilians murdered, whom have had their lands taken away and locked into a land where they're left to live in horrible conditions due to blockades, etc..... or the people who have taken those lands due to greed and entitlement and feel they're superior and above international law?

Oh but poor Israel is surrounded by enemies who all want to destroy them and have to act tough?

With actions like these, it's no wonder their neighbors all hate them.

But they're a so-called Democracy and western nations are obligated to back them up in everything they do, otherwise they're antisemitic and Jew-Haters..... meanwhile Palestinians are dirty Muslims who don't mind being killed anyways cuz they're sub-human by out wonderful Western Values.

Sigh.

Israel is under constant attack from Gaza. They are defending themselves.
 
Durry
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No sympathy here, if you want peace you don't go poking a tough person in the eye and expect nothing in return.
 
Spade
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#9
The elderly, women, infants poked whom in the eye?

They are human, no different from you or me.
 
Durry
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#10
*sigh* cry me a river!!
 
petros
+2
#11
I used to wonder where the Nor Am death camp mind set came from and who would run it.

Used to...
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by SpadeView Post

The elderly, women, infants poked whom in the eye?

They are human, no different from you or me.

Absolutely.

And the death of children is an unthinkable tragedy. I can't imagine losing one of mine.

But let's place the blame where it belongs; with Hamas, who started this fight, who will not end it, and who is quite willing to see children die for their propaganda war.
 
Spade
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#13
And the Israeli leadership bears no reponsibility, no blame?

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

I used to wonder where the Nor Am death camp mind set came from and who would run it.

Used to...

Perhaps the work will free.them from conscience?
 
Colpy
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Quote: Originally Posted by SpadeView Post

And the Israeli leadership bears no reponsibility, no blame?



Perhaps the work will free.them from conscience?

None.

Only an idiot would believe this was done on purpose. Why would the IDF hand Hamas a propaganda blitz?/ And ALL Hamas has to do is cease fire, and Israel will halt its attacks.

Therefore the on-going violence, and all the deaths resulting, are solely the responsibility of Hamas.
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by SpadeView Post

And the Israeli leadership bears no reponsibility, no blame?

Not according to the Western Patty Hearsts.
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

*sigh* cry me a river!!

Different area of the world. Crimea on the other hand might be missed by NATO but they are not going to go head on over it and if the USD tanks it will never happen.

Should the world take Gaza IV as 'we' are safe from being overrun by Israel if they can't conqueror Gaza in 45 years of having a vice-like grip on her.

Israel now trains a lot of the Governments as far as 'crowd control' goes so if it is used in Bahrain then it will be used anyplace once it comes to showing 'who is boss'.

Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

None.

.... and Israel will halt its attacks.

So all this is part of a plan that was only hatched after the kidnapping of the 3 boys? I'm pretty sure this was all planned out before the 3 boys entered the picture. If it is a 20 day campaign then that is how long it will last and any halt is a fantasy and has been in all the other invasions that follow this pattern. The only thing new is the weapons used. Might as well invite military heads to see the show also then as these weapons are for sale to all who take the IDF courses.
I hear the 2 weeks with Shin Bet for Jerusalem Syndrome is almost classic in the techniques used.

I suppose it comes as no surprise but the SISI causing 1/2M to flee in Iraq are also IDF trained mercs. That isn't going too well and Israel openly bombed Syria in support of these rebels with the blessing of the US. When you have to recycle terrorists the game is almost up, the alternative isn't all that bad if the ICC hands down some big settlements with Saudi and a few others paying the full tab for Syria, Libya and perhaps more like Bahrain can show that it was a policy that was to control many nations and Saudi having the most control as far as running a brutal regime. Plan 'b' would be a lot more humane, that is why it wasn't Plan 'a'. A reconstruction bonanza is almost as good as the Circus coming to town.

WWII was the first war where more civilians died than soldiers, I'm going to assume that it stayed that way since then due to the wishes of the soldiers rather than it being the wishes of the civilians.

Quote: Originally Posted by SpadeView Post

And the Israeli leadership bears no reponsibility, no blame?

I doubt the ones seen in the Media draw up any of the plans (did you see the bomb pic that was shown at the UN?), let alone in just a few weeks. I don't see any of the ones in the past having the freedom to invoke policy all on their own let alone set it so generations that follow would stick to it even though it might have some major flaws. Read the script and you won't have an early suicide via two shots to the back of the head.
 
petros
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Safe and sound under the iron curtain.
 
JLM
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#18
This sh*t has been ongoing since 1967, why even report it as news any more? Because it certainly isn't.
 
MHz
#19
The ratio didn't look to be much better that 30 hits out of 100 launches.

It is precisely that it has been going on that long that it should be in the news. Crimea had some men in green come in for a month and during that time the citizens had some meetings and the men in green went away (to Russia which is where Russian Special Forces come from) and the 'old law and order guys from Crimea' took over and they have been out of the news ever since. That is what a win looks like just in case you are wondering.
 
Praxius
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Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

Sigh.

Israel is under constant attack from Gaza. They are defending themselves.

Defending themselves from innocent civilians?

Interesting.

Gotta go kill those 9-11 year old kids playing on a beach.... wouldn't want the rest of the world to see Palestinians are humans like the rest of us.

But yes, Israel is "Defending" themselves from the bad guys firing rockets at them.... that's why they blew up a beach with children on it and some fishing shacks. That's why they fire little rockets at the rooftops of civilian homes to warn them they're about to destroy their homes..... because they're hoarding piles of weapons, bombs and rockets under the beds.

Palestinians are Israel's little play thing whom they like to treat like a dog in a cage they can do whatever they want to, constantly terrorizing and starving out the people and when they actually try and fight back, they're beaten to an inch of their life while the rest of the world cheers them on like a school yard bully.

Before making this thread, I did a quick Google search of "Gaza"..... you know what I saw? Give it a try. Safe Search on or not, you're not going to find anything pretty.

But after all.... they had it all coming to them I suppose.
 
Cliffy
#21

What exactly is Zionism - YouTube

 
Count_Lothian
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#22
Jews have always been a peaceful people, they walked inot the ovens and their sons and daughters said never again.

The Palestinians remind me a lot of the French Canadian who have self centered leaders and care nothing for their people except in them sustaining their power with propaganda.

When the Palestinians wake up ans see who are making them pawns , peace will be at hand.

Ignorance abounds and no one is teaching them , just feeding them BS.
 
Praxius
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#23
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

None.

Only an idiot would believe this was done on purpose. Why would the IDF hand Hamas a propaganda blitz?/ And ALL Hamas has to do is cease fire, and Israel will halt its attacks.

Therefore the on-going violence, and all the deaths resulting, are solely the responsibility of Hamas.

So this recent conflict had nothing to do with the suspected abduction of some Israeli kids who were later found murdered and then blamed automatically on Hamas without any factual proof?

Because I'm sure Hamas would step out of the normal routine by kidnapping some no-name kids who'd have zero intelligence to extract from and just kill them for sh*ts and giggles.

"About a month ago, three teenage Israeli students Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Frenkel disappeared in the West Bank, where they were studying at a yeshiva. Israel conducted a massive manhunt for them in the West Bank, on the basis of intelligence that they were kidnapped by Palestinian militants. Thousands of Israeli soldiers swept the Palestinian territory, arresting hundreds of Palestinians and shutting down Palestinian movement in wide areas.

The boys were found, dead in apparent gunshot executions, last Monday. The leading suspects are Hamas members, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insists that the entire group bears responsibility, though Hamas itself denies any role in planning or carrying out the killing. Israel responded with a limited bombing campaign in Gaza. Palestinian militant groups (though, notably, not Hamas) in Gaza fired rockets into Israel."


^ The same intelligence that led them to shelling some kids playing on a beach. The same intelligence that's blowing up innocent civilian homes without any evidence of militants or weapons being inside.

I'm not seeing a whole lot of intelligence going on around here.

Leading suspects are Hamas Members..... not that Israel wouldn't have just staged the whole thing, kidnapped the kids and killed them just to have an excuse to continue their blood lust of committing genocide of the Palestinians.

Honestly, I wouldn't put it past them. These are the same people who used Cluster Bombs, White Phosphorous Bombs and indiscriminately kill civilians on a daily basis with the cloak of trying to be humanitarians by "Warning" civilians they're about to blow them up.....

.... but hey, at least they tried right?

Any other civilized country wouldn't pull such a stunt if civilians were in close proximity or there was a chance of hitting civilians in any way.

One of the things Canadian Soldiers were great at in Afghanistan was protecting civilians and not carpet bombing an entire village for one or two insurgents, then turning around and calling them collateral. For the most part, Canadian troops were getting a better reputation in Afghanistan than most other NATO troops simply because they operated like a scalpel rather than a sledgehammer.

If Hamas is truly using civilians as shields, that's still no excuse to blast through those civilians and disregarding their safety. That's like going after bank robbers holding civilians hostage by blowing up the bank they're all inside of.

You simply don't win over people to your side when you act like that.

Sure you can blow them all up and blame Hamas for those civilians dying and maybe think other civilians may start to hate Hamas, but in reality, those civilians are going to blame those who blew up those other civilians and that would be Israel, not Hamas.

Same as in Afghanistan with the US's mentality of blowing up villages to get a couple of Taliban or Al'Q and killing a bunch of civilians. They blamed the Taliban for using civilians as shields, and figured civilians would start to hate the Taliban and Al'Q for those deaths, but the US and other NATO forces only got more hatred from those actions, not support.

Yes, Hamas is firing off a pile of rockets towards Israel..... that's because that's the only thing they can do against Israel at this stage.

But I guess Durry is right.

Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

No sympathy here, if you want peace you don't go poking a tough person in the eye and expect nothing in return.

^ Everybody should have just left Germany alone in WWII I suppose..... oh wait, that's what started all of this mess in the first place. Everybody left them alone to do whatever they damn well pleased until the damage was already done. And this is the end result, Israel being created and Israel doing the same thing to a bunch of oppressed people whom they took their lands and have the rest of the world stepping back and letting them do whatever they please.

Guess they want someone else to suffer like they did.
Last edited by Praxius; 5 days ago at 02:13 AM..
 
Zipperfish
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#24
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

None.

Only an idiot would believe this was done on purpose. .

Why would it matter if it were done on purpose? It was done.
 
Praxius
+1
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by ZipperfishView Post

Why would it matter if it were done on purpose? It was done.

Indeed.... and every time there's something like this that gets attention and people see that women, children and other civilians are being killed, we always hear Israel say they regret it and that there will be "An Investigation" into the matter.

.... Which leads to crap all because they don't give a crap about Palestinians.

When have we ever heard the end result of any of these "Investigations?"

I'm sure they have a long list of "Investigations" they never bothered to follow up on which are all stored on one long listed Microsoft Notepad document on a floppy disk that's sitting under the leg of someone's office desk to keep it level.
 
El Barto
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

None.

Only an idiot would believe this was done on purpose. Why would the IDF hand Hamas a propaganda blitz?/ And ALL Hamas has to do is cease fire, and Israel will halt its attacks.

Therefore the on-going violence, and all the deaths resulting, are solely the responsibility of Hamas.

Basically I agree with this. Very clear.
But.....
My question is what were the reasons that led them to do such a thing.
That is not so black and white. There is something wrong here that won't go away and when you looks closely at it I can not choose sides between the two camps. There is a whole lot of wrong to be shared here.
Israel is not an innocent victim in this.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+4
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by ColpyView Post

None.

Only an idiot would believe this was done on purpose. Why would the IDF hand Hamas a propaganda blitz?/ And ALL Hamas has to do is cease fire, and Israel will halt its attacks.

Therefore the on-going violence, and all the deaths resulting, are solely the responsibility of Hamas.

Intellectual and moral bankruptcy at work.
 
Blackleaf
+3 / -3
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by SpadeView Post

The elderly, women, infants poked whom in the eye?

They are human, no different from you or me.

Israel also has elderly, women and children too, don't forget, and the "Palestinians" didn't care about them when they suddenly started lobbing rockets over into Israel, starting this current conflict.

The only reason why so very few Israelis have died compared to "Palestinians" is that, when it comes to getting their rockets on target, the "Palestinians" are useless.

I just can't understand why the usual idiots are blaming this conflict of Israel, when it was the "Palestinians" who started it.

The usual ignorance and bigotry, perhaps?

Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

This sh*t has been ongoing since 1967, why even report it as news any more?

The Western left-wing media, like the Graun, the Indy and the Beeb, love reporting as often as they can on the Israel-Palestine issue because it gives them the opportunity to indulge in a bit of Jew-bashing.

Other, much worse, land disputes have taken place elsewhere but they don't get the same amount of coverage in the nasty left-wing press.
 
gore0bsessed
+2 / -1
#29
yea what has israel done wrong to deserve such hatred? they're clearly innocent in this conflict.

i always thought blackleaf was a troll, he's like a less intellectual version of boris johnson.

57 seconds to death (Israel's warning to civilians in action) - YouTube
Last edited by gore0bsessed; 5 days ago at 07:16 AM..
 
Blackleaf
+1 / -2
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by gore0bsessedView Post

they're clearly innocent in this conflict.

They're certainly are. The Paleosimians started this conflict, not the Israelis.

How anyone can be so ignorant is beyond me.

Can you tell me how the Israelis are at fault here? And I'd like you to do so without any racism, please. Thanks.

Quote:

i always thought blackleaf was a troll, he's like a less intellectual version of boris johnson.

57 seconds to death (Israel's warning to civilians in action) - YouTube

I'm not a troll. You and your mates are the trolls around here.
 

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