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I will be skiing down the slops of Dizin Ski Resort in a FREE Iran before Palestine becomes its own country.

ZION Oil and Gas will be taking all the oil and gas from the ocean off of GAZA as a territory of Israel
There wont be an Israel if this doesnt happen.
 

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Israel Has Not Won the Gaza War. Its Other Wars Weren't So Successful Either

Nine months into the second-longest war in its history, the question of whether Israel is good at war is a vexing one and raises huge questions


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Jul 10, 2024

Sunday July 7 marked nine months since Hamas' attack triggered Swords of Iron, which is now the longest war in Israeli history since the 1948-49 War of Independence.

 
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This time the US is calling out Zionist terrorists. Canada did last week.

US sanctions Israeli extremist organization tied to violence in the West Bank​

By Jennifer Hansler, CNN
2 minute read
Published 11:48 AM EDT, Thu July 11, 2024


In this June 2022 photo, Israeli right-wing demonstrators gathering with the flag of the far-right Jewish group Lehava during a protest against the annual Jerusalem Pride Parade in Jerusalem.

In this June 2022 photo, Israeli right-wing demonstrators gathering with the flag of the far-right Jewish group "Lehava" during a protest against the annual Jerusalem Pride Parade in Jerusalem.

Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images/File
CNN —

The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on an Israeli violent extremist organization, three Israeli individuals and four “outposts” connected to violence in the West Bank.

Thursday’s sanctions are the latest tranche under an executive order issued by President Joe Biden in early February amid increased violence in the occupied West Bank. That violence flared in the wake of the October 7 terrorist attack and has continued in subsequent months.

“The United States remains deeply concerned about extremist violence and instability in the West Bank, which undermines Israel’s own security,” State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said in a statement.

“We strongly encourage the Government of Israel to take immediate steps to hold these individuals and entities accountable. In the absence of such steps, we will continue to impose our own accountability measures,” he said.

Members of the organization sanctioned by the State Department on Thursday, Lehava, “have engaged in repeated acts of violence against Palestinians, often targeting sensitive or volatile areas,” according to the State Department. The agency previously sanctioned Lehava’s founder and leader, Ben-Zion Gopstein.


The Biden administration also imposed sanctions on Isaschar Manne and his farm outpost, which he established “in the South Hebron Hills in 2020 after seizing 150 hectares of land.”

outpost, which he established “in the South Hebron Hills in 2020 after seizing 150 hectares of land.”

According to the State Department, the amount of West Bank land Manne’s outpost has seized since then “has nearly doubled” and “settlers from this outpost regularly attack community shepherds and prevent their access to pastureland through acts of violence.”

Additionally, the administration imposed sanctions on three other outposts in the West Bank – Meitarim Farm, Neriya’s Farm, and Hamahoch Farm – controlled by Israelis who the US previously sanctioned for violence in the West Bank.

Meitarim Farm “is expanding into plots of land and dispossessing the areas from local Palestinian families through activities aimed at expelling residents,” the State Department said.

Neriya’s Farm “was established adjacent to the lands of the Palestinian village of Taybeh, taking up hundreds of acres of land and preventing Palestinian farmers from using their fields,” the agency said, and settlers from there “have prevented access to pasturage and water sources, destroyed crops, approached houses and threatened Palestinian residents, and disturbed the peace in the area.”

The administration on Thursday also imposed sanctions Reut Ben Haim and Aviad Shlomo Sarid, who are both leaders of Tsav 9. The Biden administration imposed sanctions on Tsav 9 last month because of their role in disrupting humanitarian convoys headed to Gaza.
 
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CEASE-FIRE/HOSTAGES: U.S. President Biden posted on Friday that his cease-fire proposal "is now agreed to by both Israel and Hamas," adding "There is still work to do and these are complex issues" but that his "team is making progress." At the NATO Summit on Thursday, President Biden commented that "There's a lot of things in retrospect I wish I had been able to convince the Israelis to do, but the bottom line is we have a chance now."
  • In cease-fire negotiations, Mossad chief David Barnea has pushed PM Netanyahu's demand that the IDF retain the right to resume fighting after the first stage of any deal, sources familiar with Thursday's security cabinet meeting told Haaretz. Barnea contended this leverage would ensure that Hamas does not change the list of hostages it releases during the first stage and will go ahead with the second phase, the sources said.

  • Israeli and Egyptian cease-fire negotiators discussed the possible use of an electronic surveillance system along the border between Gaza and Egypt to prevent arms smuggling that could allow Israel to pull back its troops from the area, two Egyptian sources and a third source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

  • PM Netanyahu's office denied that there was discussion of the electronic surveillance system, calling it "fake news," and said the PM "insists that Israel will remain" on the Egypt/Gaza border. Egyptian news channel Al Qahera quoted a senior Egyptian source as saying "there is no truth in the reports on security arrangements between Egypt and Israel on the Gaza border issue."

  • Senior Hamas official Husam Badran said that the group proposed that a technocratic government agreed upon by all Palestinian factions and not affiliated politically with any organization run both Gaza and the West Bank.

  • Hostages' families are on the third day of their march from the Defense Ministry's HQ in Tel Aviv to the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem. Einav Zangauker, mother of Israeli hostage Matan Zangauker, said the families were marching to Jerusalem "to show and tell the prime minister: We will not allow you to torpedo this deal."
"Top figures in Israel's defense establishment hope that this time, somehow, it will be possible to implement at least the first phase of a hostage release deal. It calls for the release of 33 hostages – women, the elderly, the wounded – for humanitarian reasons, even though apparently only 18 of them are still alive" – Amos Harel
 

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It’s a start. All it will take is one muzzie terrorist to lob a bomb into Israel to cancel the whole thing.
 

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It’s a start. All it will take is one muzzie terrorist to lob a bomb into Israel to cancel the whole thing.
That happens daily. Sometimes from Gaza, sometimes from Syria or Lebanon or Jordan, etc…& all tie back to Iran somehow…
This time the US is calling out Zionist terrorists. Canada did last week.

US sanctions Israeli extremist organization tied to violence in the West Bank​

By Jennifer Hansler, CNN
2 minute read
Published 11:48 AM EDT, Thu July 11, 2024


In this June 2022 photo, Israeli right-wing demonstrators gathering with the flag of the far-right Jewish group Lehava during a protest against the annual Jerusalem Pride Parade in Jerusalem.

In this June 2022 photo, Israeli right-wing demonstrators gathering with the flag of the far-right Jewish group "Lehava" during a protest against the annual Jerusalem Pride Parade in Jerusalem.

Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images/File
CNN —

The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on an Israeli violent extremist organization, three Israeli individuals and four “outposts” connected to violence in the West Bank.

Thursday’s sanctions are the latest tranche under an executive order issued by President Joe Biden in early February amid increased violence in the occupied West Bank. That violence flared in the wake of the October 7 terrorist attack and has continued in subsequent months.

“The United States remains deeply concerned about extremist violence and instability in the West Bank, which undermines Israel’s own security,” State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said in a statement.

“We strongly encourage the Government of Israel to take immediate steps to hold these individuals and entities accountable. In the absence of such steps, we will continue to impose our own accountability measures,” he said.

Members of the organization sanctioned by the State Department on Thursday, Lehava, “have engaged in repeated acts of violence against Palestinians, often targeting sensitive or volatile areas,” according to the State Department. The agency previously sanctioned Lehava’s founder and leader, Ben-Zion Gopstein.


The Biden administration also imposed sanctions on Isaschar Manne and his farm outpost, which he established “in the South Hebron Hills in 2020 after seizing 150 hectares of land.”

outpost, which he established “in the South Hebron Hills in 2020 after seizing 150 hectares of land.”

According to the State Department, the amount of West Bank land Manne’s outpost has seized since then “has nearly doubled” and “settlers from this outpost regularly attack community shepherds and prevent their access to pastureland through acts of violence.”

Additionally, the administration imposed sanctions on three other outposts in the West Bank – Meitarim Farm, Neriya’s Farm, and Hamahoch Farm – controlled by Israelis who the US previously sanctioned for violence in the West Bank.

Meitarim Farm “is expanding into plots of land and dispossessing the areas from local Palestinian families through activities aimed at expelling residents,” the State Department said.

Neriya’s Farm “was established adjacent to the lands of the Palestinian village of Taybeh, taking up hundreds of acres of land and preventing Palestinian farmers from using their fields,” the agency said, and settlers from there “have prevented access to pasturage and water sources, destroyed crops, approached houses and threatened Palestinian residents, and disturbed the peace in the area.”

The administration on Thursday also imposed sanctions Reut Ben Haim and Aviad Shlomo Sarid, who are both leaders of Tsav 9. The Biden administration imposed sanctions on Tsav 9 last month because of their role in disrupting humanitarian convoys headed to Gaza.
If it was four months after an American federal election (instead of four months before one), do you think that same headline would be in the news?