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  1. This is an unjust description of the events. Israel left Gaza hoping to put that violent saga behind. Instead the opposite happened. As a matter of fact Hamas took a liberty to fire mortars and rockets, which are now far more advanced than earlier versions, whenever it felt like doing that or there was something not to its liking. They were ALWAYS aimed at civilians. Its calculation was that Israel would not respond seriously so as not to escalate matters, since being a modern Westernized society it sees the keeping of normalcy in civilian areas as a prime and goal. Just last week they fired scores of missiles with no Israeli act against them to justify that. There always come the one-too-many case and now the ball is in their court. They have to make a decision: do they want to stop once and for all shooting at Israel and then they will be left in peace, or else…

    1. Rockets from Gaza didn’t kill any Israeli civilian in 2012.

      Israeli Army is killing civilian Palestinians right now !.

      Actually I just saw couple of pictures of dead children and one picture of burned child … probably is dead by now.

      Only the IDF you can blame.

      1. Castellio, I see you like playing with words – that`s OK, it is my hobby too. So here is a related one: How the Arabs plan to regain Palestine? Peace by peace…

        1. I don’t like playing with words. Nor do I like how much you enjoy misusing them.

          Really, no shame at all. People chased from native towns and cities, their water stolen, their trees and crops arbitrarily destroyed, their sole power plant bombed, their schools bombed, their imports limited to what Israel thinks “appropriate”, their ability to export denied, shot at if they come close to an arbitrarily imposed wall, and you say “They will be left in peace”…

    2. Tibor: “Israel left Gaza hoping to put that violent saga behind.”

      He’s a thought experiment:
      The Warden of a prison decides that he has had enough of all those unruly, ungrateful prisoners, so he instructs his guards to do this:
      1) Lock down all the barracks.
      2) Lock up all the gates.
      3) Stop patrolling the grounds
      4) Shoot anyone and anything that approaches the wall.

      Having done that our Prison Warden slaps his hands together and says “There, I’ve left this prison and I’ve put this whole sorry mess behind me”.

      Q: Is his statement correct?
      A: No, it is completely incorrect

      Q: Why is it incorrect?
      A: This is still a prison, he is still the Warden, and those are still his prisoners.

      Q: So what *has* he done?
      A: He has criminally abused his position as Prison Warden by treating his prisoners in an inhuman fashion.

      Tibor, if a Prison Warden wants to end his role then He Has To Let The Prisoners Go Free, he can’t pretend that his job is at an end merely because he locks them down in a hell-hole.

      Tibor, if Israel wants to end its occupation of Gaza then it has to Give The Gazans Their Freedom, it can’t simply play-pretendies while subjecting the Gazans to a hell-hole.

    3. Ah, “peace.” It can be had if only Hamas will stop rockets, that is, total capitulation. Hamas will stop when Israel is ready to offer some modicum of JUSTICE and nothing short of genocide can end the rockets, now and in the future. Israel is guilty and not Jewish, as far as I can tell. It is a criminal undertaking with that clown Bibi and his crayons at the head of the beast. My hope is that the state crosses more lines and is disowned by American Jews and hence by America. Then they can stew.

  2. We know that another round in Aza will solve nothing and probably kill many. Most of whom will be Palestinians. A useless and frustrating move. However, basing an argument on the fact that the rockets fired at Israel mean nothing because they haven’t killed and injured anyone displays a desire not to understand or acknowledge the impact felt by Israelis living within Hamas rocket range.

    Obviously daily life and fear in Aza is far more acute than the other side of the border, but still it’s no easy thing to live life around a constant threat of rockets falling. When those opposed to the current Israeli leadership give legitimacy to the suffering on one side only, they behave in exactly the same way as the right-wing public here who recognize only a Jewish Israeli perspective.

    As for motives..
    1) Quieting Aza now will result in a quiet Aza by the springtime, leaving breathing space for Iran.
    2) A Bibi that does nothing may well face a backlash of southern residents at the Polls come election time. The last thing he wants.

    1. Motives continued:.
      3) The situation in Syria. Syria is in the limelight now not just globally but also within the Arab world. The intensity of events there and the extent of casualties mean that it will be harder for Hamas to attract attention to casualties in Gaza, globally and in the Arab world, if it decides to escalate. In addition, what happens there in effect neutralizes Hamas` allies: Assad and Hezbollah.

      1. Tibor, the situation in Syria is indeed part of this, but it is hard to fit in. Hamas is part of the Brotherhood, and as such, is not an ally of the Syrian regime, nor Hezbollah. Hezbollah supports the Gaza struggle, obviously enough, at the level of rhetoric, but they also complain that Hamas oppresses converts to Shia Islam, in Gaza.

        Hamas severed contacts with Assad’s regime, once the revolt began. Even more significant, the Emir of Qatar recently visited Gaza and promised funding. Qatar is also a prime mover to overthrow the Syrian govt, and previously was active in Libya.

        So this Gaza breakout is unexpected, and disrupts the flow of events. There must be some reason for it, that I can’t see.

  3. Frankly, i’m surprised by your lack of cultural knowledge. It’s a well known fact that Israelis don’t drink the blood of Palestinians as you claim, but rather bake it into their Matsa-bread. Please be more accurate in the future, this is embarrassing.

  4. I take umbrage about your misrepresenting god (though not Bibi).

    This god of yours (and it is the same god the Muslims venerate and one third of the Christian god) is a blood-thirsty maniac if we’re to accept all the various scriptures – (in order of antiquated nonsense) Jewish, Christian, Moslem or Mormon. Bollocks, one and all.


  5. Typical “Israel can do no wrong” propaganda by Tibor. Yes, Israel left Gaza but it converted it to the largest open-air jail on earth in which 1.5 million “inmates” live in poverty. The sea, air and land borders are blocked by Israel. As long as Hosny Mubarak, the US/Israel puppet was in power, the calorie-numbered and counted “food” was coming in and that was it. So, the “peace” that Tibor is talking about is a graveyard peace, where everyone is so silent against Israel’s atrocities that it as if he/she is dead. The “best” peace is found in a graveyard after all.

    1. I’ve never seen a jail where its western wall is breeched and not guarded but rather supervised by friends of the inmates!

      So where is the muslim brotherhood in Egypt? Why don’t they let in all the vitally needed products to their fellow muslims that Israel doesn’t allow? Surely you must put equal blame on the new (as well as old) Egyptian regime and Israel? These are fellow Arabs, and supposed friends, and with friends like these…

        1. I don’t know what “Schadenfreude” is (and on principle won’t look it up, the world can manage well without the German language since it was misused and shouted about too much in the past), but my point is that you can’t keep shouting about how Israel closed in Gaza when they have a friendly nation on its west with a common border through which anything can be imported/exported.

          Calling it an open prison with 1.5 million inmates is a distortion of fact and “Palestinian hasbara” designed to awaken sympathy on false grounds.

          1. Does “Camp David” ring a bell, Shmuel?

            By the way, I live in Cairo. Egyptian fighter jets have been flying over Cairo for 2 days now, a very unusual phenomenon according to the Egyptians. President Morsi has kicked out the Israeli Ambassador and recalled its Ambassador in Israel. It appears that he is much less inclined to toady to Israeli/American desires than his predecessor.

            In other words, be careful what you ask for.

          2. The border with Egypt is not open so you do not have a point.

            FYI Schadenfreude is part of the English language: a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction when something bad happens to someone else.The word could comfortably find a little niche in Ivrit too, as Israelis so much enjoy pointing out that the whole world, including most Arab regimes, abandons the Palestinians to Israeli aggression.

            Ivrit is being misused and shouted about too much in the present. Does that justify a similarly stupid attitude towards the language as you display towards German?

  6. Richard,
    You assert that “terror in Gaza is not the issue” and that “Jabari’s assassination is not an act of defense or even a response to past terror attacks against it.” Says who? Your interpretation gives Israel the detriment of every doubt. By the way, how would Prime Minister Silverstein have reacted to the recent barrage of rockets? I don’t mean that cynically; I’m curious as to what alternative you prefer.

  7. Richard. You make no mention of the 20 caches of long range missiles Israel also destroyed today in Gaza nor does anyone seem to remember the incident two weeks ago where Israel discovered a huge tunnel that Hamas had built next to the Israeli border.
    Long range missiles for targeting Tel Aviv and offensive mega-tunnels built under the Israeli border suggests that Hamas military chief Ahmed Jabari was a genuine enemy of Israel.

    1. First of all, without proof I believe nothing from the IDF. 2nd: You make no mention of the 1 yr old children murdered today (2 separate 1 yr olds I believe). When you can have 1/10 the sympathy I have for them, then we can talk. Or when the IDF only kills the same number of Palestinian civilians as Palestinians kill Israeli civilians (instead of 6 times as many), then you can talk. Till then…

    2. What’s your point? Is it that finding weapons and tunnels makes it alright to slaughter mostly unarmed civilians with F-16’s, Tanks and a trained army. Is that your point? Tell me.

      1. Oh puh-leeze. Using the JPost as proof of anything is ridiculous. Many scholarly studies (I’ve read at least two serious & credible ones & linked to one here) have proven by reviewing attacks coming from either side that Israel always initiates, Gaza always responds. Of course, Israel can point to the Gazans response to justify further escalation as it did today in justifying the mayhem it’s inflicting on innocent Gaza civilians.

        1. For Jpost and the scholarly studies, which I have also read, and which prove the opposite of what you claim.

          Just show your sources that prove Israel started this.

          1. Not credible. Israel’s “diplomats” have to consult bevies of lawyers before traveling outside the country. That’s the state that we are to trust and believe! Liars and murderers!

        2. Yep, the militants shelling the Israeli jeep on saturday wounding four soldiers did so in response to the killing of 13-years old Hamid Younis Abu Daqqa on Thursday who was playing football in front of his house. Yet no MSM even bothered to mention his death. If that had been an Israeli boy…..
          We got the usual ‘Palestinian militants attacked, Israel responded in ‘self-defense’, even in serious papers as Le Monde.
          Reading that Obama ‘condemned the rockets from Gaza’ is so revolting.
          PS. Among the casualties: 7-years old Jenan Arafat and 11-month old Ahmad Masharawi who was literally carbonised. Pictures of his mourning father holding his little body bring up violent feelings….

          1. You are so right: It is all Israeli ‘retaliation’ to rockets from Gaza in the papers here too. And no-one mentioned the Palestinian boy, or how it all started. It is so hard to keep wishing Israeli’s the best. I am trying very hard not to become like shmuel….

  8. This Israeli propaganda is interesting. They speak sometimes about Fajr rockets/missiles launched against Israel from Gaza.

    Fajr 3 artillery rocket is 5.2 meters long and weights over 500 kg. The launcher is 10 meters long.
    Fajr 5 artillery rocket is 6.5 meters long and weights over 900 kg. The launcher is 10 meters long.
    Fajr 7 rocket. No data can be found.

    Fajr 3 ballistic missile has an estimated range of 2000 kilometers. It uses liquid fuel. Amusingly in the wiki pages Hamas is claimed to use/have them. That kind of ballistic rocket is really massive. For what Hamas needs ballistic missiles with the range of 2000 kilometers? Even more interesting would be see how an Israeli military expert explains how Hamas would launch a Fajr-3 ballistic missile from Gaza so that Israel would not notice it.

    What is interesting how easily the international press swallows and repeats these Israeli war propaganda which makes no sense. Hamas would have ballistic missiles in Gaza come-on. Here is a picture from the Zionist propaganda machine where two Hizbollah men are carrying a Fajr-3 missile. Two men carrying a ballistic missile with the range of 2000 kilometers. Hmmm …

    In the recent news Barak announces that most Hamas’ Fajir missiles are destroyed. Well one could say so if zero of the zero existing Fajir missiles are destroyed. Well it is clear that Israel uses the Fajr missile / rocket term only to link Iran to Gaza.

    1. Dear SimoHurtta,

      Seems the Israeli propoganda works only on people that can READ and COMPREHEND.

      I’m afraid you mixed up two different things – a Fajr-3 Ballistic missile:

      and the tactical rockets with a range of 45-75 KM:

      You keep mixing things up with the link that you give, which is clearly a very short range (less than 5 km I’d say) rocket.
      Here’s the propoganda you meant:

      Oh… but that really looks like a 6 meter rocket. Damn…

      1. Can’t you read Michael? I clearly separated Fajr 3 artillery rocket and Fajr 3 ballistic missile. What is wrong with your “Israeli” reading skills?

        I am not claiming that Hamas has them or uses them. It is Israeli propaganda which constantly claims these Fajr missiles and rockets existing in Gaza and been used. I am only wondering how does Hamas manage to deliver and use these giant artillery rockets and missiles in firing positions when they have had clear problems in firing those small Qassam rockets which need no launching tubes. How many times have we read news where Israelis are bragging how they killed the crew trying launch those tiny Qassams. How on earth could Hamas prepare and launch much bigger weapons like Fajr 3 and 5 unnoticed? It is simply extremely difficult in a so small and closely watched urban area.

        That video you linked is amusing in its poor quality. That object lifted from the truck is most probably a piece of a water or sewer pipe. Notice that the Palestinians do not try to hide the building site. The only proof of it being Fajr 5 is that the verbal comments on the video. Remember Michael those claims when Israel claimed ambulances been used to deliver Oassams. It was a terrible embarrassment for Israel when the “missiles” in those unclear Israeli propaganda videos were proven to be stretchers for patients.

        I am laughing to the insane Israeli propaganda where they mix deliberately the terms rocket and missile and claim Hamas having and using Iranian weapons which would be almost impossible to be used in that small enclave. If the defense (=attack) minister of Israel and the IDF spokesperson speak about Fajr missiles and rockets what can we outsiders do? Believe them or not, ask questions like where and how? This Gaza operation should be renamed to Operation Pillar of Lies. In South-Israel cars are for Jews still a statistically more lethal danger than Palestinian rockets are.

        1. They just hit the outskirts of Tel-Aviv. Can’t do that with a mortar or Quasam.

          Misuse and confusion between the words “rocket” and “missile” are very common in the media and everyday speach. Don’t think any Israeli source mensioned explicitly a Fajr Balistic missile

          1. I hope hundreds hit Israel.

            Until they start suffering equally, Israelis will continue their war-making ways. Just like in the desert when they refused to get-with-the-Program and Yaweh had to kick their collective arses (yet again!), making them wander 40 years.

            Israel needs to “disappear” like the USSR and sundry other gone-like-dodo-birds regimes. Left to themselves, Israelis seem hellbent on, well, making life a living hell for others.

          2. I hope hundreds hit Israel.

            First, hundreds are hitting Israel. And what does that prove? Does it make things better somehow?

            Second, you’ve just violated an important comment rule. I do not permit anyone to advocate the deaths of others. Read the rules and respect them.

            Third, you need a definite cooling off period: eight comments published in a few hour period by someone who’s never published a comment here is way over the line. And ditch the Nazi rhetoric and Holocaust historical references. They’re way over the top and give me the willies.

    2. Sorry SimoHurta, you are confusing the Fajr-3 Ballistic missile (1200 mile range) with the Fajr-3 multiple-launch artillery rocket (50 mile range) which should not be confused with the Fajr F.3 training aircraft. Who comes up with this confusing nomenclature? I don’t know. But I respectfully suggest you do your research before making incorrect statements.

      1. Sorry Pea, but you obviously have very limited reading skills. Well a rather common handicap in your circles. I clearly separated Fajr 3 artillery rocket and Fajr 3 ballistic missile. Israeli propaganda frequently mentions Hamas using Fajr missiles. Well there is obviously only one Fajr missile, the Fajr-3 ballistic missile. Heh heh Hamas using ballistic missiles against targets a couple kilometers away. Have you any idea how big such a ballistic missile is?

        Fajr-3 artillery rocket also is a large weapon. As you can see from the data of that weapon the rocket is over 5 meters long and weights over 400 kg. How do Hamas soldiers get those long and heavy rockets to the launching platforms. Were are those 10 meter long mobile launchers? As you can see from the pictures of Fajir-3 ARTILLERY ROCKET weapon it is big weapon system. Not a small rocket like Qassam. Where is the evidence of these large rockets. Israel constantly shows the spots where these primitive self made Qassam rockets have hit. We never are shown the rather big craters Fajr-3 type large rocket creates when “landing”. Do not claim that the Israeli defense system has destroyed all fired Faji-3 rockets.

        Pea stop drinking that IDF Fajr X3 coffee and using Dimona sugar. It is not healthy for brains and it also produces low level propaganda.

        1. clarification about “Fajr” missiles / rockets.
          There are two different Iranian-made rockets named Fajr, so its easy to mix up between the two.
          the Fajr-3 rockets in Gaza, the same ones which were in use by Hezbullah in 2006 are the 5.2-meter long, 240 millimeter-caliber Fajr-3 artillery rocket has an estimated range of 45 kilometers or 25–30 miles, weighs 407 kilograms, and carries a 45-kilogram warhead.

          1. What do you “clarify” Nimrod? That all is clarified several times. Nobody has been mixing up besides the Israeli side. For the last time – it is the Israeli side (ministers and army spokespersons) which claims constantly Iranian Fajr weapons existing in the hands of Hamas and being used by Hamas against Israel from Gaza. But where is the real evidence of that? Photos of the hits of these large rockets etc? Why should Iran smuggle to Gaza weapons which are impossible to be used? Iran smuggling to Gaza small powerful anti-tank and air defense missiles and snipper rifles make militarily sense. But not smuggling useless to big artillery rockets and ballistic missiles.

            In the wiki pages for Fajr 3 ballistic missile one of the listed users is Hamas. From where comes that “fact”? Certainly not from Iran or Hamas, they are clever enough not make such absurd claims knowing that nobody would believe them. It is 100 percent certain that “fact” origins from the claims made by Israeli sources. Surely the Israelis know that those Fajr 3 ballistic missiles do not exist in Gaza, but claiming so is the only way for Israel to link Iran to this absurd “packet”.

        2. Sigh. This is all really besides the point and I do not want to try Richard’s patience but I don’t recall any IDF propaganda that discusses 1200 km range ballistic missiles in the hands of Hamas.

  9. Richard,

    You are completely right. Israel is a fascist aggressive state. Moral corruption has spread far and wide among its people, not only among the Orthodox but also among many Ashkenazi seculars. They really view these atrocities as a pretty minimalistic self-defense, these ruffians. The values of too many of them are so different from yours. Look at the political parties – all Jewish parties accept Meretz and Hadash support the operation! And the ugliest part is – it seems they are ready to suffer for their cruel beliefs. Maybe they are even ready to face sanctions (not that they’re too afraid, looking at their counterparts from North Korea, Iran and Syria). And if sanctions will be imposed on Israel, it would only strengthen the radical paranoids.
    Now what?

      1. I heard Zahavah Galon the head of Meretz say on TV that it is preferable to reach a peace agreement and that the operation will acheive no long term result, but no specific support or condemnation

        1. This Michael is the crux of the matter.

          The right in Israel believe that the more force applied the more chance of peace as the “enemy” will be like Germany after WW1 with its tail between its legs, humiliated and defeated and thus will have to accept all Israel’s demands. I heard R Shmuel Eliahu speak like that yesterday on the radio – “we musn’t show mercy, nor show western Chistrian morality”. They also believe that “the people” should overthrow hamas and our bombing them will encourage them to do so.

          The left believe that the Palestinians also have rights and thus we must negotiate a settlement as equals to acheive peace

          The centre believes nothing except what is good for holding on to a seat in the knesset and earning more money.

          What I am trying to achieve is to treat Palestinians as equals and understand their suffering, and at the same time hope that the Palestinians will also feel likewise to us, out of choice, and not because we decimated them.

          But Michael, unfortunately we can’t change it which is why the right is on the rampage and many more will be killed before we sit down and seriously negotiate. Both sides have a lot to do before that happens.

  10. Michael: I never heard that any Israeli says he fears sanctions. Of course they make a big stink about the nibbling-around-the-edges BDS. But the USA has the international community well trained. When the ICJ issued its 2004 report on the illegality of the wall and the duty on every state to see it removed, there was no more than a ho-hum. Until the USA changes its stripes (or some nice country gets willing to undergo pressure from USA in response to a nearly purely symbolic “sanction”), there will be no sanctions on Israel. Lots in Iran which has no internationally-cognizable crimes, none on Israel.

    1. Yes, indeed. if there was justice in the world then 6 million Jews in Europe wouldn`t be. … But at that time many of the now immensely sensitive souls in Europe seem to have been asleep…

      1. The same type that could not care less about the Jews then, now cheers the shelling of Gaza. The same type that risked their life hiding Jews then, shifted their sympathy to the Palestinians long ago.

        Using Jewish suffering at the hands of the Nazi’s to make people shut up about abuse of the Palestinians is such a sick trick. You disgust me.

  11. ● RE: “Several hours ago, Israel assassinated Ahmed Jabari along with his son, a Hamas operative and at least three other civilians in an attack that launched a new war in Gaza. . . It is, of course, no accident that Israeli elections will be held in two months. Israeli prime ministers routinely use wars to bolster their popularity.” ~ R.S.

    ● MY COMMENT: I see this as a “twofer” for Netanyahu because this is both his electioneering in Israel’s upcoming election, and also Netanyahu’s way of reminding (the recently reelected) Obama that he is the boss; lest Obama think his reelection was some kind of a mandate for him to seek peace in the Middle East! ! !
    In other words, Netanyahu is “marking his territory”*.
    Expect a lot more of the same in this period leading up to the Israeli elections on January 22nd of 2013 (while Washington D.C. is preoccupied with the “fiscal cliff” and otherwise pretty much oblivious/asleep/dormant/hibernating until Obama’s inauguration on January 21st of 2013).

    * Territory (animal) – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Territory_(animal)

    ● P.S. “FREE DON” SIEGELMAN PETITION – http://www.change.org/petitions/president-obama-please-restore-justice-and-pardon-my-dad

  12. wouldn’t it be best for hamas to renounce violence? i think it would go a long way in the path to peace considering that they have essentially been in an ongoing war with israel since their existence, and its hard to make peace during war. Firing rockets into another nation seems like warfare rather than protest of israeli policies. Plus its just dumb and accomplishes nothing but more bloodshed. maybe violence is not the answer, especially when militarily, you are drastically weaker. My opinion, hamas stop the foolish rocket violence and it wall be much harder for israel to avoid peace. I think i have this whole thing figured out, let me know if im wrong…

    1. That’s an excellent idea, if Israel were Costa Rica & didn’t have the fourth most powerful army in the world. But I’ll tell you what, I’ll personally lobby Khaled Meshal, if he hasn’t been droned to death by then, to renounce violence when you bring Israel to the table to do the same. Deal??

    2. Hamas is exercising its right under international law to employ armed resistance to occupation. Unfortunately, it has brought them no good result, but to require that they disarm while the occupier still maintains an armed and violent occupation is totally unreasonable. Israel shoots and bombs unarmed civilians, so why should Hamas be compelled to renounce violence when Israel has no intentions of doing so? And is more likely to violate any truce, since it has violated so many of them in the past?

      1. Valid logic both of you, however, I’m not sure of your choice of meshal is the best available. What I really wonder is whether there is a culture in gaza willing of accepting an Israeli nation and peaceful coexistence. Under a hypothetical complete cessation of violence form israel and the lifting of the siege of gaza, how long would it be before Hamas or even other states with an interest there would begin to take advantage of the reduced security situation? Do you believe there is chance of ending this conflict with hamas as the leaders of gaza rather than a relatively more moderate group such as fatah or someone else? And if not, would now not seem to be a bad time for peace negotiations and cessation of violence from Israel as the gazan leadership shows little hope of making any compromise with its enemy?…and yes the rocket attacks are plain stupid and illogical under most methods of thinking

        1. I have several close friends living in Gaza. They are just tired from the really shitty life Israel is inflicting on them, but they are a strong people who will not accept anything close to a peace which makes them subservient to Israel. They also want their land back, which under international law they are entitled to, or to be compensated for. Nobody is a rabid Jew hating terrorist, if that is your question. Under less stressful conditions, they don’t hate Israel or want to destroy it. However, when Israel slaughters children, pregnant women and elderly people (as has happened in the last few days), the Gazans become much less conciliatory, to say the least.

        2. > ” I really wonder is whether there is a culture in gaza willing of accepting an Israeli nation and peaceful coexistence.”

          Funny. Germans in theh 1930s wondered the same thing about Jews. That is, could they ever-ever-ever live in peace, not be driven from endless countries for their “evil ways.”

          What did we end up calling that viewpoint?

    3. And maybe it’d be best if….what: Jews finally admited they killed Jesus?

      Now, back on Earth and the issues: it is ISRAEL that loves war and bloodshed. Up to now.


      Because it’s not paid much of a price.

      Watch, though, what happens when “real” rockets start hitting densely-populated Israeli cities. Then Jews will start remembering what it’s like to be sitting ducks. If Syria, Iran, Hizbollah, Hamas, and Egypt decide to attack Israel all at once (nothing else seems likely to stop the mad golem that the Jewish State has become), hot damn! Peace might finally raise its bloom above the dust that was once Israel.

      Until the the sickening cycle of shite will continue, Uncle Sucker blindly backing his spoiled child. Maybe only when America is financially bankrupt (mirroring its spiritual and ethical emptiness) will things get better in the world.

      One can hope.

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