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    Quote Originally Posted by proisrael-nonisraeli View Post
    This is no answer, it would seem that you do not understand what you are saying.

    If you want to learn what "all out war" means you should learn how WWII was persecuted.

    Then you probably will be able to understand why all Arabs states (even combined) do not dare take on Israel directly.

    BTW, do not expect Lebanon to be spared, most likely it will cease to exist ... literally/physically.

    PS. I suggest you be careful with what you wish.
    What I am trying to say is that OUR issue is now with the regimes in the Jarab lands NOT Israel. When the Jarabs remove these dictators then we can talk about Israel.

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    Israeli forces kill 14-year-old Palestinian boy in West Bank raid

    The body of 14-year-old Mohammed Jihad Dodeen is seen at Alia Hospital on June 20, 2014 in the West Bank town of Hebron after reportedly being shot to death by Israeli soldiers in Doura village. (Photo: AFP - Hazem Bader)

    Published Friday, June 20, 2014

    Updated at 4:45 pm: Israeli troops killed a Palestinian teenager in the occupied West Bank on Friday and arrested 25 people, pursuing a weeklong crackdown against Palestinians and house-to-house raids for three Israeli teenagers who went missing eight days ago.
    Troops also wounded two Palestinians in a refugee camp just outside Jerusalem, medical sources said.
    Palestinian medics said Mohammed Jihad Dudin was killed in the village of Dura, near the city of Hebron in the West Bank, Ma’an news agency reported. The Israeli military said troops had fired live ammunition when rocks and firebombs were thrown at them during an arrest raid.
    According to Ma’an, Dudin died after being shot in the chest by live bullets. He was 14 years old.
    Israel said it arrested 25 people overnight in some 200 towns, refugee camps and cities in the West Bank, totaling 330 arrests including 240 from Hamas, the Islamist group Israel accuses of kidnapping three Israeli teenagers who went missing near a Zionist settlement on June 13.
    Dudin was the second Palestinian youth killed since these raids began.
    Palestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah - the head of the new unity government appointed on June 2 - attended the main weekly Muslim prayers in Hebron later Friday, but the Israeli army prevented him from attending Dudin's burial in Dura.
    In Qalandia refugee camp just north of Jerusalem, troops shot and wounded two young Palestinians, medics said.
    Mustafa Aslan, 20, was in critical condition at Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem while Mohammed Shehada, 21, was being treated in the West Bank city of Ramallah.
    Palestinians threw a hand grenade wounding a soldier lightly elsewhere in the West Bank, the Israeli military claimed.
    Some 1,150 homes and offices in the territory have thus far been searched, the military said, in its mission to deal a blow to Hamas while in pursuit of the three Israeli teenagers.
    Numerous photos in the past week showed Palestinian homes in complete disarray after Israeli soldiers turned over and broke furniture in their search for the teenagers.
    Israel has yet to provide concrete evidence behind its claims that Hamas is responsible for the disappearance of the three settlers.
    Farhan Haq, a spokesperson for UN leader Ban Ki-Moon, said Tuesday that the United Nations has no "concrete evidence" that the Israeli teens were "actually" kidnapped by Hamas.
    Israel has also struck out at welfare organizations it accuses of aiding Hamas. Soldiers raided 30 such institutions on Thursday.
    Reuters television footage showed soldiers loading files and computers from an office called "Islamic Charitable Society" in Hebron, onto a truck.
    Israel also said it was shutting down activities of the British-based Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW).
    Speaking to Israeli forces involved in the West Bank arrests and searches, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said: "We have no intention to sow unrest on the ground - we are acting responsibly."
    In the Gaza Strip, Israel carried out three air strikes overnight.
    There were no reported casualties in these attacks.
    Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the kidnappings but has charged that the extent of Israel's raids amounted to collective punishment and urged they be condemned.
    PA foreign minister Riyad al-Malki on Friday accused Israel of overreacting in its response to three missing teenagers and said it had yet to prove Hamas was behind their disappearance.
    "He cannot keep blaming one side without showing evidence. When you go to court if you don't show evidence you lose your case," Malki told AFP on the sidelines of a conference at the French Senate in Paris.
    "Three kids have disappeared, but in exchange for that the Israeli army has taken 300 Palestinians... they have destroyed more than 150 Palestinian homes since last week," he said.
    "Their reaction went beyond logic and what infuriates me the most is the lack of reaction from the international community."
    He described Israel's reaction as "exaggerated" and suggested it may be "dragging" on the search for political purposes.
    Hamas has dismissed Israel's accusations as "stupid," but spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said in Gaza on Thursday "regardless of who was responsible ... the Palestinian people have the right to use all forms of resistance in order to liberate land and people."
    (Reuters, Al-Akhbar, AFP, Ma’an)

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    Officials: Israel finds bodies of kidnapped teens
    Jun 30th 2014 2:39PM 14 Comments
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    Israeli soldiers stand next to their vehicles on June 30, 2014 in the village of Halhul, near the West Bank town of Hebron, where the bodies of the three missing Israeli teenagers were found. Israel confirmed finding the bodies of three teenagers who disappeared in the southern West Bank on June 12, blaming the Islamist Hamas movement for their kidnapping and murder. AFP PHOTO/MENAHEM KAHANA (Photo credit should read MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images)


    By Josef Federman

    JERUSALEM (AP) -- The Israeli military found the bodies of three missing teenagers on Monday, just over two weeks after they were abducted in the West Bank, allegedly by Hamas militants. The grisly discovery culminated a feverish search that led to Israel's largest ground operation in the Palestinian territory in nearly a decade and raised fears of renewed fighting with Hamas.
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was huddling with his Security Cabinet late Monday to discuss a response.
    Eyal Yifrah, 19, Gilad Shaar, 16, and Naftali Fraenkel, a 16-year-old with dual Israeli-American citizenship, disappeared while hitchhiking home near the West Bank city of Hebron late at night on June 12 and were never heard from again. Despite the dangers, hitchhiking is common among Israelis traveling in and out of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
    The Israeli military and the Shin Bet security agency announced late Monday that the bodies had been found. "The bodies are currently going through forensic identification. The families of the abducted teens have been notified," the army said. The Shin Bet said the bodies had been buried in a field near the village of Halhul, just north of Hebron.
    Binyamin Proper, who was among the civilian volunteers that found the bodies, told Channel 2 TV that a member of the search party "saw something suspicious on the ground, plants that looked out of place, moved them and moved some rocks and then found the bodies. We realized it was them and we called the army."
    Israel accused Hamas of being behind the abductions and launched a frantic manhunt throughout the West Bank, arresting nearly 400 Hamas operatives in the process. Last week, Israel identified two well-known Hamas operatives as the chief suspects. The two men remained on the run late Monday.
    Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the kidnappings, and his forces coordinated closely with Israel during the search for the teens. But Netanyahu has called on Abbas to dissolve a unity government recently formed with the backing of Hamas, saying it is impossible to be committed to peace while simultaneously sitting together with a group that kidnaps Israelis. Abbas has so far refused the calls, saying his new government is committed to his political program. Hamas is not part of his government, but has lent its backing from the outside.
    The search for the teens captured the nation's attention. The Israeli media delivered round-the-clock updates on the search, and the mothers of the three teens became high-profile figures as they campaigned for their sons' return. Israelis held daily prayer vigils, including mass gatherings attended by tens of thousands of people at the Western Wall, the holiest prayer site in Judaism, and in a downtown square in Tel Aviv.
    Late Monday, dozens of Israeli forces moved into the village of Halhul. There were no further details on the operation.
    In Washington, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said, "We obviously condemn in the strongest possible terms violence that takes the lives of innocent civilians."

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    That mutual hate spares no one

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    So @CuriousAmerican, where is this "renegade group" you spoke of?

    Either way, this was entirely predictable... I'd rather have them dead than alive with 3081 bloodthristy terrorists roaming the streets.

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    Allahu Akbar!

    The illegal settlers were given the death penalty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggernaut View Post
    Allahu Akbar!

    The illegal settlers were given the death penalty!
    Yes, you just gave Israel a great excuse and enough motivation to empty Gaza of its terroristic scum... You must be very proud of yourself, ain't that right?

    Allahu akbar indeed...

    EDIT: I pray for the day we'll see Israelis distributing candy in the streets when savages take white phosphorus showers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggernaut View Post
    Allahu Akbar!

    The illegal settlers were given the death penalty!
    You're a fool! How many innocent Palestinians, especially women and children, are about to be sacrificed and for what? I'm not excusing the innocents that Israel has killed, what I don't understand is why provoke the situation?
    "No need to say more...I, for one, do not care one iota about being politically correct, I do call it as I see it without no fear, and those who get their feeling hurt by such truth I say to them:
    " GO CRY ME A RIVER" "-Beirutilibnani


    The Right To Do Something Does Not Mean It Is Right. (William Safire)

    Every piece of this is man's bullshit. They call this war a cloud over the land. But they made the weather and then they stand in the rain and say 'Shit, it's raining!'

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    Hamas leaders in Gaza scramble to avoid Israeli attack

    Going into the third week since the disappearance of the three Israeli settlers from the West Bank, Hamas, which Israel accused of the kidnapping, feels that an attack against it in the Gaza Strip is imminent. The concern has become even more pressing with reports that three bodies were found near Hebron, the home city of the two Hamas-linked suspects identified by Israel last week as Marwan Qawasmeh and Amer Abu Aisha.

    Al-Monitor has learned that
    Hamas leaders in Gaza have virtually disappeared from sight, with journalists facing great challenges in reaching them. Hamas has implemented strict security measures to thwart any Israeli attack against its leaders, who resurfaced only to attend the funeral of five Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades militants who died on the evening of June 20, when a tunnel collapsed on them in eastern Gaza.

    The funeral procession was led by Ismail Haniyeh, the deputy head of Hamas’ political bureau; Ahmad Bahr, the acting speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council; and Mahmoud al-Zahar and Khalil al-Hayeh, two senior Hamas members.

    Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/orig...#ixzz36ADSxhjl

    Yes, the brave leadership has gone into hiding and their people's children can pay the price.
    "No need to say more...I, for one, do not care one iota about being politically correct, I do call it as I see it without no fear, and those who get their feeling hurt by such truth I say to them:
    " GO CRY ME A RIVER" "-Beirutilibnani


    The Right To Do Something Does Not Mean It Is Right. (William Safire)

    Every piece of this is man's bullshit. They call this war a cloud over the land. But they made the weather and then they stand in the rain and say 'Shit, it's raining!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwinnman View Post
    Hamas leaders in Gaza scramble to avoid Israeli attack

    Going into the third week since the disappearance of the three Israeli settlers from the West Bank, Hamas, which Israel accused of the kidnapping, feels that an attack against it in the Gaza Strip is imminent. The concern has become even more pressing with reports that three bodies were found near Hebron, the home city of the two Hamas-linked suspects identified by Israel last week as Marwan Qawasmeh and Amer Abu Aisha.

    Al-Monitor has learned that
    Hamas leaders in Gaza have virtually disappeared from sight, with journalists facing great challenges in reaching them. Hamas has implemented strict security measures to thwart any Israeli attack against its leaders, who resurfaced only to attend the funeral of five Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades militants who died on the evening of June 20, when a tunnel collapsed on them in eastern Gaza.

    The funeral procession was led by Ismail Haniyeh, the deputy head of Hamas’ political bureau; Ahmad Bahr, the acting speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council; and Mahmoud al-Zahar and Khalil al-Hayeh, two senior Hamas members.

    Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/orig...#ixzz36ADSxhjl

    Yes, the brave leadership has gone into hiding and their people's children can pay the price.
    ^^ Violence, the only language they understand.

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