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The cease-fire talks are being negotiated in Cairo, with the United States, Egypt and Qatar negotiating on behalf of Arabs, Iran, Hamas, Palestinians, Hezbollah, etc…& with Israel negotiating on behalf of Israel.

Palestinians jammed into their last refuge in Gaza voiced growing fear on Wednesday that Israel will soon launch a planned assault on the southern city of Rafah after truce talks in Cairo ended inconclusively.

Rafah neighbours Egypt, but Cairo has made clear it will not allow a refugee exodus over the border…because…solidarity with their Arab brothers, and a fear of political instability in Egypt that comes with allowing the exodus of Gaza (citizens, Hamas, & the several other militant groups hiding in the masses).

Egypt's president met CIA Director William Burns and Qatar's prime minister at Tuesday's talks aimed at agreeing a Gaza truce, protecting civilians and delivering more aid into the enclave, Egypt's state information service said.
 

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The cease-fire talks are being negotiated in Cairo, with the United States, Egypt and Qatar negotiating on behalf of Arabs, Iran, Hamas, Palestinians, Hezbollah, etc…& with Israel negotiating on behalf of Israel.

Palestinians jammed into their last refuge in Gaza voiced growing fear on Wednesday that Israel will soon launch a planned assault on the southern city of Rafah after truce talks in Cairo ended inconclusively.

Rafah neighbours Egypt, but Cairo has made clear it will not allow a refugee exodus over the border…because…solidarity with their Arab brothers, and a fear of political instability in Egypt that comes with allowing the exodus of Gaza (citizens, Hamas, & the several other militant groups hiding in the masses).

Egypt's president met CIA Director William Burns and Qatar's prime minister at Tuesday's talks aimed at agreeing a Gaza truce, protecting civilians and delivering more aid into the enclave, Egypt's state information service said.
They know if they leave, they wont be going back. A depopulated Gaza is what Israel wants.

Catch .22
 

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They know if they leave, they wont be going back. A depopulated Gaza is what Israel wants.

Catch .22
And what Egypt doesn’t want. Why does Egypt not want that?
Sooo….what would the Vatican say if some Muslim group like Hamas invaded the Vatican, murdering 1200 & kidnapping another 250, raping the Nuns and so on and so forth? Turn the other cheek?

At least 1,200 Israelis were killed and around 250 were taken hostage in a raid by Hamas militants on southern Israel on Oct. 7, prompting Israel to retaliate. At least 28,576 Palestinians have since been killed in Israeli strikes, the health ministry in Gaza said on Wednesday.
 
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Terrorist supporters harass hospital patients in Toronto
Screaming support for the intifada while banging on a military drum at a hospital is revolting


Author of the article:Brian Lilley
Published Feb 13, 2024 • Last updated 1 day ago • 3 minute read
A screenshot from video posted to X of protesters outside Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto on Monday, Feb. 12, 2024.
A screenshot from video posted to X of protesters outside Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto on Monday, Feb. 12, 2024. PHOTO BY @DRJACOBSRAD /X
Cheering loudly for the intifada outside of a historically Jewish hospital is a vile act and it tells you all you need to know about the so-called “pro-Palestinian” protesters in the streets of Toronto.


Spare me the claims that intifada simply means shaking off, that’s like claiming jihad is a word that only means to struggle. Both words have been twisted by the violent ideology that is at the heart of terror movements like al-Qaida, ISIS or Hamas.


The people standing outside of Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto on Monday night banging on military style snare drums that get carried into battle were sending a message. They were cheering on the crumbling army of Hamas, the one they have been cheering on since Oct. 7.

They were doing so at a place of healing where the elderly, sick and vulnerable gather.

“Long live the intifada,” came the scream from one of the protest leaders.



Chanting that repeatedly outside of a Jewish hospital while banging out on battle drums is an attempt to intimidate — not just the patients, but anyone who might be Jewish. It’s vile, it’s disgusting, and it should be denounced at every turn.

It’s also not the first time this has happened — these same protesters in larger numbers have even blocked access to hospital row on Toronto’s University Ave. in the past. When anti-vaccine protesters did that, they were denounced daily with calls for passing extra laws, which the federal Liberals in Ottawa did.

This mob just keeps doing it.

After harassing the hospital, its patients and workers, the terror-supporting yobs marched through the streets of the city. They continued banging the drums along Yonge St. while chanting their slogans and arriving at Yonge and Bloor, site of the Israeli consulate, at around 9:30 in the evening.


Don’t be fooled into believing that these marchers aren’t backing the terrorist group Hamas and their brutal attack on Israel. Since Oct. 7 they have been calling for the intifada, which would include the murdering of civilians, raping of women, killing of children and taking of hostages.

Not once in all the protests that I’ve attended, walked with or covered since the first big event on Oct. 9, have I seen a single sign calling for the release of hostages. Not once has a single voice demanding a ceasefire laid any blame at the feet of Hamas, the terrorists who started this war.

The reality is simple: Hamas is the perpetrator of this war. If Hamas lays down their arms today, then the war would stop, but if Israel laid down their arms, Hamas would continue attacking with impunity.


Taking support for the war, and Hamas, to Mount Sinai Hospital, though, is like taking the banners to the Avenue Rd. bridge. It is no different than the many examples of these protesters showing up at Jewish owned businesses.

These are all acts of intimidation driven by anti-Semitism.

I have not heard of Muslim-owned businesses or institutions in Toronto being targeted with people protesting the actions of Hamas. Doing that would also be wrong but it amounts to the same thing as what is happening here.

The scourge of anti-Semitism has never gone away in Canada — since Oct. 7, those engaging in it have been much more vocal, much more brazen and quite frankly proud of their Jew hatred.

All of it, including the scene at Mount Sinai, is a sad statement on our society.

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Pro-Hamas supporters surrounding Jewish hospital a hate crime

Author of the article:Joe Warmington
Published Feb 13, 2024 • Last updated 1 day ago • 4 minute read
This image taken from an X posting by Conservative MP Melissa Lantsman shows a pro-Hamas protester waving a Palestinian flag at Mount Saini Hospital.
This image taken from an X posting by Conservative MP Melissa Lantsman shows a pro-Hamas protester waving a Palestinian flag at Mount Saini Hospital.
When you have a female Jewish doctor’s car surrounded by Pro-Hamas protesters shouting “intifada,” while blocking people at an iconic hospital with Jewish roots, it’s no longer a protest but a hate crime.


The prime minister, premier, police and medical community agree.


“Interfering with the operations of a hospital is not acceptable,” said Toronto Police, adding officers are “investigating several incidents that occurred in front of Mount Sinai Hospital.”

Urging “decency,” Premier Doug Ford called out masked, Pro-Hamas protesters who pushed things too far Monday night in front of the “sacred” Jewish-inspired hospital. One demonstrator even scaled the front of Mount Sinai and got up on the University Ave. hospital’s awning.



Dr. David Jacobs posted to X about a female doctor of Jewish faith seeing her car “swarmed” with people “banging on it.” But with only two police officers present, they got away.

“I think it’s absolutely terrible,” said the premier. “Folks, get some decency. Have common sense. These hospitals are there to save lives. Mount Sinai did everything they could to save my brother’s life – he was in there.

“They are an incredible hospital – along with all the hospitals across the province,” he added. “They are there to help people … do not break the law. Because that is exactly what happened, you broke the law.”

Videos certainly support Ford’s contention.



“As we have said before, officers use their discretion during large crowd demonstrations and even if arrests are not deemed safe to make at the time, investigations will continue and charges can be laid at a later date,” said Toronto Police spokesperson Stephanie Sayer.

“TPS will be providing an increased police presence along hospital row to ensure that essential hospital services and emergency routes remain accessible” and they are “appealing to anyone who witnessed the events (Monday) evening or who experienced harassment to contact police.”

There was also a counterprotest by an emergency room physician, Dr. Raghu Venugopal, who first posted to X that he was coming to the demonstration and later put up a video explaining such behaviour was inappropriate on such “hallowed” ground.


Richard Robertson, director of research and advocacy at B’nai Brith Canada noted “the hospital was founded during a dark period in Canadian history when Jewish doctors were excluded from working at other hospitals.” He said this was “a new low for anti-Israel protesters in Canada,” and added the “sanctity of the patients, their loved ones, and those vested with the responsibility of tending to the sick, was violated.”



Mayor Olivia Chow, who has undergone cancer treatment at Mount Sinai, took to social media to say there’s no place in Toronto for such hate.

In April 2005, Chow, then a Toronto councillor, told the CBC that she underwent surgery the previous year for thyroid cancer. Surgeons removed her thyroid gland, and she later received radioactive iodine treatment to deal with any lingering cancer cells.

“My family has a long history with Mount Sinai. My father passed there, both my late husband (former federal NDP leader Jack Layton) and I had cancer treatments there,” the municipal leader posted to X. “(Monday’s) actions at Mount Sinai Hospital, a hospital founded by Toronto’s Jewish community, were unacceptable. Targeting Jewish institutions is anti-Semitic and hate has no place in our city.”


Councillor Brad Bradford called it “full blown anti-Semitism” and urged Chow to “end this anti-Semitism intimidation.”

Referencing a federal government law against protesting at hospitals, Ford implored people to stop.

“I don’t care what you are protesting,” said the premier. “You want to protest, go to City Hall, come down to Queen’s Park, jump up and down, do whatever you want.”



I asked a second question about the blatant anti-Semitism of this action, and what happened earlier in the evening when Aroma Cafe was vandalized once again?

“It doesn’t matter if it’s Islamophobia, (or) anti-Semitism, folks we have 120 nationalities here in Ontario, 200 languages are spoken,” said Ford. “We pride ourselves around the world for everyone to come here and get along and live side by side, work side by side.

“We need to live peacefully together. That’s my message to the people of Ontario: … We live in a peaceful society. I am asking everyone, ‘Please get along. Let’s work together. Get along.’”



Prime Minister Justin Trudeau agreed in an X post Tuesday.

“The demonstration at Mount Sinai Hospital yesterday was reprehensible. Hospitals are places for treatment and care, not protests and intimidation,” said Trudeau. “I strongly condemn this display of anti-Semitism. In Toronto and across Canada, we stand with Jewish communities against this hate.”

Many other leaders commented.



“An Embassy? Nope. A Consulate? Nope. A government office? Nope,” Conservative deputy leader Melissa Lantsman, the MP for Thornhill, posted on X. “The mob chose patients, their families, nurses, doctors and all those helping to save lives inside of a hospital. They chose Jews, because it’s Mount Sinai Hospital. So gross.”

The outrage crossed party lines.

“Targeting Mount Sinai Hospital to incite intifada against Israel and the Jewish people is flagrantly anti-Semitic and undermines the health and safety of the patients and medical professionals,” Liberal MP Marco Mendicino, who respresents Eglinton-Lawrence, posted on X. “The torrent of hatred against Jews and Jewish institutions must stop!”



Deborah Lyons, Canada’s special envoy on stamping out anti-Semitism and Holocaust denialism, wrote on X that she planned to call “Toronto’s mayor and chief of police today to discuss how they will put a stop to this despicable targeting and attempted intimidation of Mount Sinai Hospital and Jews across Toronto and Canada.”

Independent MP Kevin Vuong demanded to know “what action, steps” Chow was gong to take to protect health-care workers, patients and members of the Jewish community.

“Has she done the absolute bare minimum of ensuring @TorontoPolice’s clear on their responsibility to protect hospitals & health-care workers per Bill C3?” he posted to X.



Based on what has happened since Hamas’ Oct. 7 slaughter of innocent Israeli’s, when it comes to anti-Semitism in Toronto, it will likely happen again.
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This time pro-Hamas thugs vandalized a Jewish MP's office

Author of the article:Joe Warmington
Published Feb 14, 2024 • 3 minute read
An X posting from Dr. David Jacobs (@DrJacobsRad) included this image of the vandalism at Conservative MP Melissa Lantsman’s Thornhill constituency office
An X posting from Dr. David Jacobs (@DrJacobsRad) included this image of the vandalism at Conservative MP Melissa Lantsman’s Thornhill constituency office
If the Pro-Hamas anti-Semites who vandalized Conservative Deputy Leader Melissa Lantsman’s Thornhill constituency office think they are going to terrorize the outspoken MP, they don’t know her.


She’s tougher than them and does not hide under the cover of night or sneak around wearing a mask like they do.


Instead, Lantsman is out there transparently fighting for Canadians of all backgrounds.

“They will not silence anyone with intimidation,” Lanstman told The Toronto Sun from Ottawa.

But they are sure going to try.



Day after day, week after week, protesters under the cover of darkness — or behind masks — target Jewish coffee shops, schools, synagogues, hospitals and infrastructure in Jewish neighbourhoods, at will.

This time it was done to a Jewish MP who could one day be in cabinet and perhaps even prime minister.

The front of her office was plastered overnight Wednesday with many hateful anti-Israel messages, including one which suggested she’s got “blood on your hands” and another accusing her of being responsible for funding Israel.

Lanstman is on the opposition benches and not responsible for any of the government’s decisions. What she has been is supportive of all the efforts to bring home the hostages and call out the horrific terror that went down on Oct. 7. And she will continue to do that.


York Regional Police’s Hate Crime Prevention Unit is investigating.

There was outrage coming from some of her peers and from those who are keeping track of post-Oct. 7 anti-Semitism because they know if they don’t record it, it will get scrubbed by people who will deny any of it ever happened.

“Having your office vandalized is awful,” said Liberal MP Anthony Housefather. “I know this personally.”



On its X platform, B’nai Brith Canada posted: “The continued harassment of Jewish politicians in Canada must cease immediately. Attacks against constituency offices, like those that recently occurred at the offices’ of BC MLA Selina Robinson and Deputy Leader of the federal Opposition Melissa Lantsman are unjustifiable and an affront to Canada’s democracy. B’nai Brith Canada stands in solidarity with Jewish politicians across the country and insists that these acts of vandalism be investigated as hate-motivated offences.”

Dr. David Jacobs posted on X “this is Thornhill, Canada. MP Lantsman, the Deputy Leader of the Official Opposition, woke up to this plastered on her office window. She is one of nine Jewish Members of Parliament. How many of the other 329 MPs had their offices vandalized last night?”


None . And none should.

The constant anti-Semitism continues because Canada’s leaders are trying to go down the middle and not offend anybody – specifically Muslims, who are overwhelmingly not responsible for any of the vandalism we have seen.

If leaders think all Muslims are supporting Hamas, they are clearly not speaking with Muslims. When something like this happens to a prominent parliamentarian who happens to be Jewish, there should be no middle ground.

Everybody should agree that this is intolerable.



Somebody should tell the politicians and law enforcement that. There are not two sides. Hamas is a banned terror group. Hamas is the bad guy.

Until they make that clear, the people who are trying to scare Jews and create Kristallnacht-style events will continue to do so.

It’s a gross time when those who support terrorism, the rape of women, the taking of hostages and the murder of innocent people try to bully governments to stop Israel from defending itself against genocidal Hamas.


No one wants to see innocent people killed or wounded in war, but it must be noted Hamas caused all of it.

Every death that comes out of the Oct. 7, 2023 attack by barbaric terrorists from Gaza, who slaughtered innocent Israelis, are the result of the bloody hands of Hamas.

Lantsman has stood up to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau when he suggested Conservatives run with people carrying Swastikas — and she will stand up to this.

“They mobs won’t win,” she declared.

But clearly, those who back Hamas don’t agree and feel they are above the law. They’ll do whatever they want, when they want, to whoever they want.

This time it was a top politician. Who knows who or what their next target will be?
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And what Egypt doesn’t want. Why does Egypt not want that?
Sooo….what would the Vatican say if some Muslim group like Hamas invaded the Vatican, murdering 1200 & kidnapping another 250, raping the Nuns and so on and so forth? Turn the other cheek?

At least 1,200 Israelis were killed and around 250 were taken hostage in a raid by Hamas militants on southern Israel on Oct. 7, prompting Israel to retaliate. At least 28,576 Palestinians have since been killed in Israeli strikes, the health ministry in Gaza said on Wednesday.
They'd have to make it past Italian military and then the Swiss Guard. At that point there'd be 1.4 Billion pissed off Catholics and 1.8 Billion dead Muzzies.
 
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They'd have to make it past Italian military and then the Swiss Guard. At that point there'd be 1.4 Billion pissed off Catholics and 1.8 Billion dead Muzzies.
I’ve read of the security at the Vatican and it’s formidable. I wonder if the Vatican would change its tune if it happened to it as opposed to Israel?

I’m speaking in the hypothetical with respect to empathy & hypocrisy, as opposed to the practical with the Vatican, being a nation inside of a nation, etc…
 
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I’ve read of the security at the Vatican and it’s formidable. I wonder if the Vatican would change its tune if it happened to it as opposed to Israel?

I’m speaking in the hypothetical with respect to empathy & hypocrisy, as opposed to the practical with the Vatican, being a nation inside of a nation, etc…

This will not happen. It is not even remotely possible. If any country were to attack Vatican City, they would first have to attack Italy. If the country attacks Italy, NATO is involved and few countries can stand against NATO's might.

So, can Italy attack Vatican City? No.
Rewind back in history, and yes, there was conflict between Italy/Italian city states and the Vatican City. In fact, it was only until 1929 (when the Lateran Treaty was signed) that Italy recognised Vatican City has a sovereign territory.

Alleged 2010 plan​

The 2010 plan was allegedly to attack the Vatican with a bomb. It was uncovered after the arrest of 9 individuals on 24 April 2015 by Italian DIGOS detectives on charges of plotting to bomb the Vatican. There was evidence that the 9 October 2009 Peshawar bombing in Pakistan was substantially planned and financed from Olbia, Sardinia, and that some Italy-based militants took part in it.[2][3][4]

Alleged ISIS plan​

The 2016 attack plot was allegedly planned by a Moroccan national, Abderrahim Moutahrrick, on orders from ISIS to attack the Vatican and the Israeli Embassy in Rome during the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy year announced by Pope Francis to extend from December 2015 to November 2016.[5] The instruction arrived via WhatsApp sent from within ISIS-held territory; it read: "Dear brother Abderrahim, I send you... the bomb poem... listen to the sheik and strike," referencing ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.[5][6]
 

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I’ve read of the security at the Vatican and it’s formidable. I wonder if the Vatican would change its tune if it happened to it as opposed to Israel?

I’m speaking in the hypothetical with respect to empathy & hypocrisy, as opposed to the practical with the Vatican, being a nation inside of a nation, etc…
Hypothetical. If so…reaction. Best guess. Turn the other cheek?
 

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The Vatican isn't surrounded by Muslims.

I get you.

Thou Shalt Not Murder would prevail. Vatican wouldn't murder civilians but they'd sure as shit kill the enemy.
& if the enemy embedded itself in the civilian population (that largely supports the enemy)…let’s say…oh, Hamas-Style?

I get that the Vatican can afford to be hypocrites, but should they be?
 

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined the leaders of Australia and New Zealand Wednesday in calling on Israel (but not Hamas) not to proceed with its coming military operation in Rafah.

The three leaders released a joint statement urging Israel (but silent on Hamas)not to proceed, because 1.5 million civilians have taken refuge in the area.

“We are gravely concerned by indications that Israel is planning a ground offensive into Rafah. A military operation into Rafah would be catastrophic,” they said. “We urge the Israeli government not to go down this path. There is simply nowhere else for civilians to go.”

How about, “We are gravely concerned about Hamas and bedding themselves in and hiding behind (& below) the civilian population in Gaza…”

Rafah is on the southern edge of Gaza along the border with Egypt. Civilians (and non-civilians) have been fleeing south since Israel launched its ground invasion of the Gaza Strip in response to the Oct. 7 attack on Israel by Hamas from Gaza.

The three leaders said in their statement that Palestinian civilians should not be made to pay the price for Hamas…but are they saying that to Hamas, that is hiding amongst the civilian population, and below it, and behind it, etc…?

The leaders said all hostages should be released and called on Israel for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire…but in that order (?) until the next time?

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said Hamas is who should be held responsible for what is going on and the terrorist group’s immediate surrender is the only way to end the conflict.

“The violence can end today if Hamas would free the hostages, lay down arms and surrender all the terrorists who carried out the genocidal attacks of Oct. 7. I call on Hamas to do that. Otherwise, Hamas has to be destroyed.”

Israel has said it must eliminate Hamas’s last power base in Rafah, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the military would begin the operation after civilians have had the opportunity to leave the area.

Trudeau’s statement comes as several of his MPs have expressed their concerns about the Canadian Liberal/NDP government’s stance on the conflict.
 
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Yep everything bad in the world is Israel's fault don't 'cha know & of course they need to put down their arms so they can be destroyed. Then problems worldwide will go away.
 
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Congrats Spam, you keep that idiocy going...



How about, “We are gravely concerned about Hamas and bedding themselves in and hiding behind (& below) the civilian population in Gaza…”

If people wanted to be gravely concerned about Hamas embedding themselves into the civilian population, then maybe they shouldn't have shoved the near entirety of the Palestinian population into the south.

Fucking idiots.
The three leaders said in their statement that Palestinian civilians should not be made to pay the price for Hamas…but are they saying that to Hamas, that is hiding amongst the civilian population, and below it, and behind it, etc…?

They shouldn't but they are, because they're Palestinians which means Arab Animals to Israel.

The leaders said all hostages should be released and called on Israel for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire…but in that order (?) until the next time?

If there are any hostages alive that is... Netenyahu doesn't give a damn about that though.



Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said Hamas is who should be held responsible for what is going on and the terrorist group’s immediate surrender is the only way to end the conflict.

HAHA - fucking moron.

“The violence can end today if Hamas would free the hostages,

Oh THAT'S a crock of shit lie.

lay down arms and surrender all the terrorists who carried out the genocidal attacks of Oct. 7.

Another crock of shit lie.

I call on Hamas to do that. Otherwise, Hamas has to be destroyed.”

Thus proving PP has no fucking intelligence in the situation what so ever.

Hamas being destroyed will change NOTHING, and will just make a whole new version of Hamas, perhaps even more insane. Not that anyone seems to get that.

Not like Hamas is going to listen either; he's a fucking Canadian and a shit-worthless one too.

Israel has said it must eliminate Hamas’s last power base in Rafah,

Yep, destroy all them Arab Animals!

and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said the military would begin the operation after civilians have had the opportunity to leave the area.

"Opportunity"; over a million people, and how long do they have again to GTFO?

Trudeau’s statement comes as several of his MPs have expressed their concerns about the Canadian Liberal/NDP government’s stance on the conflict.

The West's stance in general is pathetic regardless of what side they're on. It's either World Guilt over Israel, or Anti-Palestinian because fuck them.

No Western leader gives a goddamn about Palestinians, and honestly they don't give a shit about Israel either, though they do care about the appearance of trying to give a shit.

All are worthless.
 

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Congrats Spam, you keep that idiocy going...





If people wanted to be gravely concerned about Hamas embedding themselves into the civilian population, then maybe they shouldn't have shoved the near entirety of the Palestinian population into the south.

Fucking idiots.


They shouldn't but they are, because they're Palestinians which means Arab Animals to Israel.



If there are any hostages alive that is... Netenyahu doesn't give a damn about that though.



HAHA - fucking moron.



Oh THAT'S a crock of shit lie.



Another crock of shit lie.



Thus proving PP has no fucking intelligence in the situation what so ever.

Hamas being destroyed will change NOTHING, and will just make a whole new version of Hamas, perhaps even more insane. Not that anyone seems to get that.

Not like Hamas is going to listen either; he's a fucking Canadian and a shit-worthless one too.



Yep, destroy all them Arab Animals!



"Opportunity"; over a million people, and how long do they have again to GTFO?



The West's stance in general is pathetic regardless of what side they're on. It's either World Guilt over Israel, or Anti-Palestinian because fuck them.

No Western leader gives a goddamn about Palestinians, and honestly they don't give a shit about Israel either, though they do care about the appearance of trying to give a shit.

All are worthless.
Now that I can agree with. Hamas doesn't care about Palestinians & Israel doesn't give a crap about Hamas & the West doesn't care at all but if Israel isn't successful we'll all pay. But who cares?
 
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Murder is murder. Israel has gone too far.
Israel goes to extreme measures to avoid civilian deaths but never receives the credit for doing so cuz Hamas majes sure the population can't get out to the safe zones & by telling the population where to go they're giving ing yhe heads up to Hamas. So WTF are they supposed to do? Is Russia being asked to refrain from bombing civilians in the Ukraine? No! But Israel is expected to do something no one in he history of wars were expected to do. Antisemitism reins!