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Israel takes out top Hamas commander after missiles launched from Gaza

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Not comparing "Jews" to "Nazis" .. rather comparative tactics:

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Israel Uses Nazi Germany's Blitzkrieg Tactics on the Gaza Strip

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(German, "lightning war"
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is an anglicised word describing all-motorised force concentration of tanks, infantry, artillery, combat engineers and air power, concentrating overwhelming force at high speed to break through enemy lines, and, once the lines are broken, proceeding without regard to its flank. Through constant motion, the blitzkrieg attempts to keep its enemy off-balance, making it difficult to respond effectively at any given point before the front has already moved on.

As bad as WWII was for civilians in Europe, even Nazi Germany didn't concentrate on civilian centers during a 'Blitzkrieg,' but the armies of France, England and the USSR.

Now compare that to Zionist Israel's use of 'Blitzkrieg' tactics used against the world's largest concentration camp, Gaza, where trapped Palestinians had nowhere to run and hide from the IDF--or as some call the 'Zionist Occupation Force'-- use of Blitzkrieg tactics against the virtually unarmed Gazans.

Israel's 2008-09 "Operation Cast Lead"

Commenting on the latest Israeli one-directional onslaught against the Palestinians of Gaza Strip, the Israeli 10th TV channel has disclosed that the Israeli genocidal forces had used half of its air force and had launched at least 2,500 air raids against Gaza Strip.

The television military correspondent stated that the Israeli warplanes had dropped more than a thousand tons of explosives, including white phosphorous and DIME (Dense Inert Metal Explosive) bombs,
during three weeks on the virtually unarmed densely populated 360 square Kilometers Strip.

He added that the shells fired by tanks, artillery, gunboats, and infantry were not included in those fired by the air force.

After a whole week of continuous air bombardments Israel sent in its elite foot soldiers; 30,000 of them, and called in 10,000 of its reservists. Armed with the latest weapons of mass murder, covered with an umbrella of free reigning air force, and accompanied with raining shells of heavy artilleries,
they drove their tanks into the civilian towns murdering civilians and destroying every structure in their path.

Farms, including their animals, were also targeted and hundreds of acres of crops and fruit groves were incinerated.
Religious buildings, where civilians usually seek shelter, were specifically targeted.
Israeli fighter planes had completely destroyed 41 mosques, and partially damaged 51 others. One church was also targeted. Even cemeteries were not spared; 5 of them were bombed.

Although the Israeli army was given the exact GPS co-ordinates of every UN structure, as asserted by Christopher Gunness, the UNRWA spokesman, Israeli F-16 planes had repeatedly dropped phosphorous bombed on UN schools knowing very well that hundreds of civilians had taken shelter there. At least 45 children and women were burnt and murdered there.

Medical centers and paramedics were not spared.
The Red Crescent Al-Quds hospital in Tal el-Hawa neighborhood was hit by Israeli shells and caught on fire. Other two hospitals; Al-Wafa and Al-Fata hospitals, were also shelled, leading the World Health Organization to express its deep concern about the serious implications of such bombardments. 16 other smaller health clinics and 16 ambulances were also damaged.
Medics were targeted and prevented from helping the injured. Ten of them, including two doctors, were murdered.

They shot civilians, mainly children, directly and at point blank. The bodies of some children were found shot several times; as many as 18 bullets in the body of a 12 years old girl, and 12 bullets in the body of her 2 years old sister.

"All of the Palestinians must be killed; men, women, infants, and even their beasts" cries the religious opinion of Rabbi Yisrael Rosen, the director of the long-established Tsomet Religious Institute.
He wrote that Palestinians are like the nation of Amalekites, who attacked the Israelite tribes led by Moses on their way to Jerusalem. He stated that the Lord sent down in the Torah a ruling that allowed the Jews to kill the Amalekites, and that this ruling is known in Jewish jurisprudence.

The Torah states: "Annihilate the Amalekites from the beginning to the end. Kill them and wrest them from their possessions. Show them no mercy. Kill continuously, one after the other. Leave no child, plant, or tree. Kill their beasts, from camels to donkeys." Rosen stated that Amalekites are not a particular race, but rather all those who hate and oppose the Jews; Christians and Muslims.

Many leading Israeli Rabbis support Rosen's views. Israel's former Sephardic Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu advocated carpet bombing of Gaza stating that "there is absolutely no moral prohibition against the indiscriminate killing of civilians during massive military offensive on Gaza"
(The Jerusalem Post, 30 May, 2007). His son Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu amplified his father's genocidal call stating: "if they don't stop after we kill 100, then we must kill a thousand, then we must kill 10,000 and even a million"

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One Jew makes comments about nazis and now they are comparable? Yawn.

Comparable war tactics makes them comparable? Give me a break any intelligent military developes modern day strategies based on previous successful strategies in history.

You could swap Israel out with any other countries and twist together some comparison. But I won't because it just doesn't make sense.

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Israeli's have killed 309 children over 3 years, Palestinian's have killed 12. But the Palestinians are the terrorists...they have beards.

If I come into your house, beat up your family and live there against your will, then offer you half of your house back. Are you going to accept? Of course not, you're going to fight to get me out so you can have your whole house back.

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Thought this was pretty interesting..

There's a new news article from Haaretz, an Israel news site, by Barak Ravid that talks about a discussion between a Palestinian ambassador and an Israeli ambassador. I question why these thoughts would be put to paper in a telegram since they appear to be very dangerous opinions/bits of information, especially under the rule of Hamas. Perhaps this explains why one of Israel's demands was to close the network of tunnels in Gaza. Unfortunately, I cannot post the entire article as it is a paid news site so the entire article can't be read by the general (unpaying) public. It does appear to be reposted in part by an Orthodox blogger (full blog post here) who I assume has actually paid and read the article...:

The Palestinian ambassador said that if Israel expanded the operation in Gaza, it must work to overthrow Hamas, instead of stopping in the middle, as it did in Operation Cast Lead in 2008. “If there should be a ground operation in Gaza, this time he expects to see [Hamas prime minister] Ismail Haniyeh and [high-ranking Hamas leader] Mahmoud al-Zahar in their underwear, as he put it,” the Israeli ambassador wrote, quoting his Palestinian colleague. “Otherwise, there is no sense in another operation, as big as it may be.”

Later on in the telegram, the Israeli ambassador repeated some harsh statements that the Palestinian ambassador had made against Hamas. “The Hamas offices that were destroyed are not important. The real offices are the mosques, which are connected to a widespread network of tunnels. Everything happens underground,” the Palestinian ambassador said. “Hamas has no regrets over the destruction in Gaza. On the contrary. Hamas gets a great deal of economic and political benefit from the terrible destruction because of the large donations that will come from the world and the political image of the organization that stands on the front line against Israel.”

The Palestinian continued his verbal attack on Hamas and the Arab world. “The call to open the Rafah border crossing is nothing but lip service,” he said. “Hamas has no problem with it being closed – that only adds to the profit Hamas makes from the tunnels.... The Arab world leans more in Hamas’ direction these days, and Egypt takes the lead in that. The Egyptian prime minister’s visit to Gaza would never have taken place in Mubarak’s time.... The Arabs’ pilgrimage to Gaza focuses attention exclusively on Hamas, which is accumulating points among the Palestinian public and in the Arab world.”

After venting his anger against Hamas, the Palestinian ambassador turned his criticism on the man who had appointed him to the position: Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. He claimed that Abbas and his advisers believe that the military operation in Gaza is a conspiracy to sabotage the Palestinian action in the United Nations.

This is how the Israeli ambassador described the Palestinian ambassador’s statements in his telegram to the Foreign Ministry: "Abu Mazen never troubled to bring the residents of Gaza close to him. He does not like Gaza, and if he could get rid of it, he would be happy to do so. Therefore, he is in no hurry to visit Gaza to show leadership and presence. The reason has nothing to do with security. He could have arranged such a visit with a foreign leader, thus making an unequivocal statement that Gaza is part of the future Palestinian state. Currently, this is not sufficiently clear, and time is working against the Palestinian Authority and its chairman. One way or another, Abu Mazen’s time is more or less up. The problem is who will replace him."

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Picture me, as Israel, holding you, as Gaza, by the throat, lifting you off the ground .. you are slowly strangling, and as you start to run short of breath, you start to throw wild, ineffective punches at me .. I cry to the whole world .."look, he is attacking me", and I smash you in the face with a mace ..

Can you see the "picture"?? .. or are you blinded by "propaganda"?? ..

Both sides are at fault, but Israel thinks they are in the "cat-bird" seat ..

Maybe Mel Gibson will make a movie about it? .. I bet he does not play Bebe ..

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Hmm.. The telegram was probably a confidential telegram from the Israel ambassador to the Foreign Ministry outlining the discussion, which was somehow intercepted and leaked to the press. Unfortunate for the Palestinian ambassador and his family.. :wacko:

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Picture me, as Israel, holding you, as Gaza, by the throat, lifting you off the ground .. you are slowly strangling, and as you start to run short of breath, you start to throw wild, ineffective punches at me .. I cry to the whole world .."look, he is attacking me", and I smash you in the face with a mace ..

Can you see the "picture"?? .. or are you blinded by "propaganda"?? ..

Both sides are at fault, but Israel thinks they are in the "cat-bird" seat ..

Maybe Mel Gibson will make a movie about it? .. I bet he does not play Bebe ..

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Hmm.. The telegram was probably a confidential telegram from the Israel ambassador to the Foreign Ministry outlining the discussion, which was somehow intercepted and leaked to the press. Unfortunate for the Palestinian ambassador and his family.. :wacko:

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Except that Gaza Israel has fully withdrawn all Jews from Gaza and has no interest in taking over Gaza. There isn't a single Jew in Gaza. Gaza also is not dieing. In fact, it has one of the largest population growth rates and obesity epidemics in the world. Since the "strangling" restriction and blockade, they've managed to build a waterpark, huge shopping mall, and a luxury hotel/restaurant resort. Here's a link to the menu at Roots Restaurant in Gaza City:

http://www.rootsclub...ts/Default.html

Your view of this matter is absurd.

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Israeli's have killed 309 children over 3 years, Palestinian's have killed 12. But the Palestinians are the terrorists...they have beards.

If I come into your house, beat up your family and live there against your will, then offer you half of your house back. Are you going to accept? Of course not, you're going to fight to get me out so you can have your whole house back.

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Absurdity does not begin to describe your misguided Neanderthal view of the world .. you should run for office somewhere .. Mississippi or Alabama are looking for upstanding white Neo-cons with 4 letter names .. :lol:

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Israeli's have killed 309 children over 3 years, Palestinian's have killed 12. But the Palestinians are the terrorists...they have beards.

If I come into your house, beat up your family and live there against your will, then offer you half of your house back. Are you going to accept? Of course not, you're going to fight to get me out so you can have your whole house back.

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By the way my prediction is the 'cease-fire' doesn't last more than a week. Starting today. By next Wednesday is will be violated. Becuase the cease-fire was a victory for Israel who just wants to stop have missiles fired at it. Where Hamas lost with the cease-fire becuase they can't destroy Israel now.

It's only a matter of time before those rockets are being fired again. Hamas will find a way. Peace is not what they are looking for and the cease-fire is simply an opportunity to regroup.

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So now civilian kill ratios make the difference? No wonder why Hamas love to use civilian areas to operate. Their propaganda is perfect for the likes of you. Or if I just severely wound 1 million palastinians while 2 of my people die then obvious who ever killed my 2 are at fault. According to your logic - which is not logic at all. Oh the last Palestinian bus bombing was just fine and dandy because nobody died right? Lets just blow stuff up and see who gets lucky. Duhhhh

I'm sure your 'house' is peaceful and likes to execute people and drag them through the street.

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Keep drinking the Kool-aid, boys .. your "God" is watching:

Israel's recent attack on Gaza has raised a few interesting questions. One of them is this.

Is there any kind of false claim that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu can make, which the Western media will decline to print?

Back in August last year, eight Israelis were killed near Eilat. Some of them were civilians, some of them were soldiers. The Israeli military responded with a series of air strikes, killing 15 Palestinians. Benjamin Netanyahu declared "Those who gave the order to murder our citizens... are no longer among the living." He congratulated the Israeli military, which had "eliminated... the senior figures of the organisation which carried out the terror attacks". The organisation which Netanyahu blamed was the Popular Resistance Committee (PRC).

The PRC said, "We salute [the operation] and we are proud of it, but we do not claim it." It is hard to imagine why they would deny responsibility for an attack they supported, if they were responsible. IDF Spokesperson Avital Leibovitz was then asked for evidence that the PRC was indeed responsible for the attack. She replied by saying "We did not say that this group was responsible for the terror attack."

So why did Israel kill so many Palestinians? Why did it kill five Palestinians from the PRC? Was it necessary for Israel to kill three children?

Well, that's the thing about being Israel. It can kill Arabs whenever it feels like, make up any story it likes, and still get an easy ride in the Western media.

Evidence quickly emerged casting into doubt whether the attackers were even from Gaza. Egyptian authorities identified three of the attackers as Egyptian. Israel also killed a member of Islamic Jihad, claiming that he "was in charge of funding the Eilat attacks", according to Israeli journalist Yossi Gurvitz. It turns out, every time Israel kills a Palestinian, it has killed another terrorist who attacked Israel.

By September, the Israeli version of events exploded. As noted in Time,

...an investigation by the Israel Defense Forces determined that all of those who actually participated in the attack were Egyptians, according to the daily
Yedioth Ahronoth. "The IDF's investigation of the incident was recently completed and its findings indicate that the Popular Resistance Committees in Gaza sponsored the
, but the terrorists who executed the attack were Egyptians," reporter Alex Fishman wrote.

The new claim about the PRC funding the attackers should be treated with the same respect as the earlier claim that they launched the attack in the first place. But still – remember that the Israeli army determined that the attackers were all Egyptian. So why did Israel kill 15 Palestinians? Well, again, if you're the Israeli army, you don't have to explain yourself, or justify yourself to the Western media.

Showing the Israeli army can never be too cynical, it killed the new leader of the PRC, Zuhair al-Qaissi, on Friday. Its previous attack in August had already killed the PRC's previous "leader and his lieutenant."

Why did Israel bomb Gaza? Well, "The IDF said it decided to bomb al-Qaissi's car due to intelligence that he was plotting a large terrorist attack along the border with Egypt, similar to the one the PRC carried out last August that killed eight Israelis." Oh, that one.

Or as reported by the Sydney Morning Herald correspondent, Ruth Pollard:

The latest escalation was sparked by Israel's targeted assassination on Friday of the secretary-general of the Popular Resistance Committee, Zuhair al-Qaissi, who, defence force officials say, was a terrorist leader planning an attack on the Israel-Egypt border.

It at first seems unclear why Pollard left out the revived accusation that the PRC was responsible for the Eilat attack in August. However, she goes on to blandly report

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said: ''We will continue to hit whoever plans to attack citizens of Israel.'' After yesterday's weekly cabinet meeting, he said the airstrikes had ''eliminated an arch terrorist who organised many attacks against Israel"."

Funny, it sounds familiar from Netanyahu. Almost like we've heard this before. One wonders how many "terrorists" from the PRC or from Gaza Israel will kill for that attack in August – and the death toll is currently well above 30 – before journalists stop uncritically repeating Netanyahu's claims of successfully thwarted and assassinated terrorists.

The result of Israel's cynical murder of Palestinians has been a barrage of rocket attacks from Gaza. As noted in the Independent,

Gaza's Hamas rulers condemned the Israeli strike. But in a pointed message, they did not let their militants fire rockets at Israel. Instead, they quietly allowed other Palestinian militants to unleash salvos.

The PRC declared,

The coward Zionists have committed an ugly crime and they know the price that they are going to pay... We shall avenge our leader and the response, God willing, will be equal to the size of the heinous crime.

This is likely the bluster which Palestinian militant groups specialise in. No Israelis have been killed, but many are presently living in terror. Ha'aretz military correspondents Harel and Issacharoff note the "150 rockets that have put a million Israelis under siege" since the attack on Gaza.

It is a strange fact that it is considered a "pro" Israel position to support the position of the Israeli government on this occasion. It would mean supporting brazen lies, used to support the murder of 18 Palestinians, including a 12-year-old boy, with the result of rockets being fired at Israelis who are forced into bomb shelters for at least a week. And the looming threat from Palestinian militant groups who want revenge for the assassination of two leaders of the PRC.

These cynical attacks have caused needless bloodshed and left everyone in Israel and Gaza less safe.

The question we must ask our intrepid Middle East correspondents is: how many more masterminds of the Eilat attack last year can Israel kill, before you stop printing its self-contradictory justifications?

As I said before, Goebbels would be proud .. if the shoe fits, wear it .. embrace your hate .. don't run from it ..

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Picture me, as Israel, holding you, as Gaza, by the throat, lifting you off the ground .. you are slowly strangling, and as you start to run short of breath, you start to throw wild, ineffective punches at me .. I cry to the whole world .."look, he is attacking me", and I smash you in the face with a mace ..

Can you see the "picture"?? .. or are you blinded by "propaganda"?? ..

Both sides are at fault, but Israel thinks they are in the "cat-bird" seat ..

Maybe Mel Gibson will make a movie about it? .. I bet he does not play Bebe ..

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Keep drinking the Kool-aid, boys .. your "God" is watching:

As I said before, Goebbels would be proud .. if the shoe fits, wear it .. embrace your hate .. don't run from it ..

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Wow we are going back to the 1940s now? Why stop there, lets go all the way back and post some fancy pictures. Everybody in Canada should leave and submit land to the natives. Then the natives can go back to Asia. Then the cavemen who may have been here can be considered lol

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