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PostPosted: Sun Jun 13, 2010 12:49 pm    Post subject: GAZA and westbank terrorism, westbank is still Israel  Reply with quote

The 'westbank' is Judea and Samaria ISRAEL
It is not and never will be palestine!


ONGOING ATTACKS is what Israel got for giving GAZA to her enemies.
Israel is INSANE if she gives these devils Samaria and Jerusalem too!  


Israel to Significantly Ease Gaza 'Blockade'
June 16, 2010
 Israel will significantly ease its bruising land blockade of the Gaza Stripa.  Senior Cabinet ministers were meeting to limit restrictions on what gets into Gaza - materials terrorists use in their battle wars on Israel - to a short list of goods, some of them desperately needed by Gaza civilians.

But the Israeli naval blockade that was at the root of the deadly raid that prompted the international outcry will remain intact.
It also wasn't clear whether key raw materials for industry would be permitted to enter again and whether Israel would end its ban on Gazan exports.

The three-year-old embargo has shuttered hundreds of Gazan factories, put tens of thousands of people out of work and brought the territory's fragile economy to a standstill. Travel restrictions that confine most of Gaza's 1.5 million people to the territory are also likely to remain in effect.

Israel, with Egypt's cooperation, has blockaded the Palestinian territory by land and sea ever since Hamas militants, with a violent anti-Israel agenda, seized control of Gaza in 2007.

For the most part, only basic humanitarian goods have been allowed in.

Items such as cement and steel, badly needed to rebuild homes and businesses after Israel's war in the territory last year, have barely been allowed in. Israel says militants can use them to build weapons and military fortifications.

Under the new guidelines, those materials will be allowed in to an undetermined extent in coordination with the United Nations, but won't be freely available to private citizens, Israeli officials said. Restrictions on things like school supplies, books, computers and toys are expected to be lifted.

"It would be nice for Gaza residents to be able to receive previously banned items such as paper, toys and computers," said Sari Bashi, an Israeli activist whose Gisha rights group has been fighting to open Gaza's borders. "But Gaza residents need to be able to receive raw materials in order to engage in productive, dignified work."

The blockade was designed to keep out weapons, turn Gazans against their militant Hamas rulers and pressure the Iranian-backed Hamas to free a captive Israeli soldier. It did not achieve those aims, however, and both weapons and goods sold at black market prices continued to flow into the territory through a large network of smuggling tunnels built under the Gaza-Egypt border.

The blockade did not provoke an international outcry until Israeli commandos killed nine Turks two weeks ago in a raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla that sought to draw attention to the blockade's effects.

With pro-Palestinian activists promising to keep blockade-busting boats coming, Israel has been scrambling to find ways to ease the embargo and its own growing international isolation.

Relaxing the restrictions on goods that go through Israeli-controlled land crossings is less complicated than easing the sea blockade. Israel is afraid that weapons ships will stream into Gaza if the naval blockade is lifted, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowing that Israel would "not allow the establishment of an Iranian port in Gaza."

On Wednesday, a top Israeli security chief warned against lifting the sea blockade, saying that even international inspectors would not be able to keep Israel safe.

The Haaretz newspaper on Wednesday quoted international envoy Tony Blair as hailing the expected vote by the Israeli ministers.

"It will allow us to keep weapons and weapon materials out of Gaza, but on the other hand to help the Palestinian population there," Blair was quoted as saying. "The policy in Gaza should be to isolate the extremists but to help the people"
Blair represents the Quartet of Mideast negotiators -- the U.S., European Union, U.N. and Russia.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/06/16/israel-set-ease-gaza-blockade


Gaza Opulence
GAZA is NOT poor!  

http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2169.html



October 2011 the war continues
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/ftopic750-30.php

History of Israel, Noah's sons
http://www.israel-a-history-of.com/sons-of-noah.html

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 16, 2010 6:54 am    Post subject: WHY ISRAEL BLOCKADES FOOD ITEMS in GAZA Reply with quote

White House linked to flotilla organizers
June 05, 2010 Corsi
-  Israel official ties evil resident Obama's adviser to controversial Free Gaza Movement.  Evil John Brennan  is the contact person within the White House for communications with the Free Gaza Movement over plans to challenge Israel's 'blockade' of Gaza.
The Gaza flotilla was being coordinated with the 0bama White House.
Brennan is Muslim.
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=162377


WHY ISRAEL BLOCKADES GAZA
I wrote this because people wonder WHY Gaza is blockaded.
People wonder why chocolate and luxury food items are forbidden.
There is a lot of talk on TV and the inet about various food items which are luxuries, NOT necessities, which Israel refuses to allow into Gaza.  WHY?
This is only my personal belief, nothing official.

Well, let me ask a few questions first.  Why do people in the USA sue others.  Why do courts award punitive damages?
What is a life worth?  Which is better, to say to Gaza, you shoot rockets at Israel, we will not allow chocolate into Gaza.
Israel could shoot back, which they would be morally right to do in self defense.  Hamas shoots missiles into Israel which explode in Israeli cities,
terrifying civilians - Israel says, OK, in addition to chocolate, no coriander either.  I would say Israel taking punitive measures is very justified.
When the world wants to send aid to Gaza, which the terrorists WANT, but DO NOT NEED, the world is telling Israel it has no right to self defense.
See where I am going?


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 6:42 am    Post subject: Qassam rocket fired from Gaza destroys Negev packing plant Reply with quote

Qassam rocket fired from Gaza destroys Negev packing plant
ISRAEL MUST RESPOND TO THIS ATTACK
June 30, 2010  
 
Rocket also seriously damages other structures in southern Israel.
A Qassam rocked fired from the Gaza Strip hit the western Negev before dawn Wednesday,
seriously damaging a packing plant and other structures in the Sdot Negev Regional Council, but causing no casualties.
Qassam rocket fired from Gaza destroys Negev packing plant
Rocket also seriously damages other structures in the Sdot Negev Regional Council; no one hurt.

"Tonight we took the hit, but the [rocket] fire is constant," the plant's manager said. "On the whole, we are a peaceful and quiet community," he continued.
"People got up and went to work and are trying to continue the day's routines."
"The biggest problem is that that our houses are not protected [against rocket fire]; I hope [the government] speeds up the fortification work," he concluded.
The rocket attack comes one day after Israel Defense Forces Brig. Gen. Eitan Dango who oversees civilian operations in the West Bank told the Palestinian Authority that Israel plans to significantly boost the number of aid trucks allowed into the Gaza Strip.
http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplo...roys-negev-packing-plant-1.299124


Israel eases blockade, allows more foods and supplies into Gaza,
damned Palestinians respond to Israel's kindness by shooting rockets at them.
The Palestinians - the old Philistines - are a cursed people by their own evil.
THE PALESTINIANS DO NOT WANT PEACE!

MIRACLES in GAZA!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sezF3GN09jA&feature=player_embedded


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Rocket explodes in heart of Ashkelon
July  30, 2010
A Grad missile launched from Gaza landed in a central, residential area of Ashkelon Friday morning.
The missile shattered numerous windows of the surrounding, multi-story buildings and vehicles in the area.
Ashkelon Mayor Benny Vaknin said this is a very serious incident.
There is no doubt that such a hit inside the city is an escalation.
We will convene all the security elements in the city for consultations on our next move.
4 rockets and 2 mortar shells were fired at Israel July 24th.
One of the rockets was manufactured professionally outside Gaza.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3927241,00.html
http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=183123

Hamas orders new army, Senior Hamas man killed in Gaza strike
July 31, 2010  
Hamas new military command center bombed which cost Iran $250 million.   GOOD JOB ISRAEL!  
Israeli bombers struck Palestinian targets in Gaza city, Deir el Balach in the east and Rafah in the south Friday night, July 30
after Palestinian missile attacks which damaged a high-rise apartment building in Ashkelon.  One Hamas officer was killed, 8 were injured.

Hamas says man killed was Issa al-Batran, who had survived 5 past assassination attempts.
GOOD JOB ISRAEL!  YOU FINALLY GOT THE MURDERER!!  

This was the first Israeli attack on a Hamas military target since the January 2009 Cast Lead operation.
It took place after Hamas called up all men aged 18 to 25 for a new Palestinian Popular Army for stepping up its confrontation with Israel.
GOOD JOB ISRAEL!  

Hamas launched the military-standard Grad missile to show off its new strength and inform Israel that henceforth it faces an enhanced Palestinian challenge from Gaza.
The new Hamas militia is structured like the Lebanese Hellzballah.
Both are armed and sponsored by Iran.

The Hamas operative killed in the IDF strike in Gaza Friday was a senior official who survived 5 assassination attempts by Israel.
12 other Palestinians were also injured in the strike, and some of them sustained serious wounds.
The Hamas man killed was 40-year-old Issa al-Batran, from Bureij, Gaza.
Hamas had shot rockets at Ashkelon for days.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3927502,00.html
http://www.debka.com/article/8941


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IAF strikes Gaza smuggling tunnels after Qassam hits Negev
July  31, 2010  
Israel strikes Gaza targets for second time, after Gaza militants fire two rockets in 36 hours; Hamas vows revenge over militant's death in earlier strike.
Israel Air Force jets struck two smuggling tunnels in the southern Gaza Strip overnight Saturday, just hours after a Qassam rocket fired from the coastal enclave hit a public structure in the western Negev, causing damage.
An Israel Defense Forces spokesperson said the army views Gaza's Hamas rulers as the sole party responsible for the rocket attacks against Israel.

The 36-hour tit-for-tat began Friday, when a rocket fired by Gaza militants exploded in the coastal Israeli city of Ashkelon.
The IAF struck three targets in Gaza Friday night, which Palestinian sources described as the heaviest assault since Operation Cast Lead, Israel's three-week assault on the Gaza Strip a year and a half ago.
A Hamas operative, a 40-year-old member of Hamas' military wing, was killed in an explosion near the Nuseirat refugee camp south of Gaza City in the center of the Hamas-controlled strip. Another 13 Palestinians were hurt.

Hamas has vowed revenge for the militant leader's death.
Palestinian militants then fired a Qassam rocket Saturday night, which hit the Sha'ar Hanegev regional council area in the Negev, just hours after the first IAF strike on Gaza.
According to the IDF spokesperson's office, the rocket damaged the structure's rooftop and destroyed most of the second floor of the building, which serves during the day as a daycare center for people with disabilities.
No injuries were reported in the attack.
IDF patrol units have been scanning the area for the rocket's remains.
http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplo...-after-qassam-hits-negev-1.305191


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Hamas vows revenge after Israel kills commander
July  31, 2010  
 Hamas on Saturday vowed revenge after one of its senior commanders was killed in Israeli air strikes on Hamas-linked targets in the Gaza Strip on Friday night.
"This new stupidity won't easily pass. We promise revenge for the blood of our martyr," the al-Qassam Brigades said in a leaflet faxed to reporters.
The Hamas operative, a 40-year-old member of Hamas' military wing, was killed in an explosion near the Nuseirat refugee camp south of Gaza City in the center of the Hamas-controlled strip. Another 13 Palestinians were hurt.

The dead man is believed to be Issa al-Batran, a commander of Hamas forces in the central Gaza region.
Batran, thought to have been involved in manufaturing rockets, has been the target of a number of Israeli assassination attempts, the most recent of which, in January, killed wife and five children.
The strikes on Gaza, which Palestinian sources described as the heaviest since Operation Cast Lead, Israel's two-week assault on the Gaza Strip a year and a half ago, came after a rocket fired from the Palestinian territory exploded in the city of Ashkelon earlier in the day.
http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplo...commander-in-gaza-strike-1.304966


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IDF strikes Gaza tunnels
August 1,  2010
Hours after rocket damages public building near Sderot, IAF jets strike arms smuggling tunnel, border fence tunnel in Strip
Air Force on Sunday jets struck two Gaza targets in response to the Qassam rocket fired at the Negev Saturday evening. The targets hit were an arms smuggling tunnel and a tunnel under the border fence used for carrying out terrorist activity inside Israel.
An IDF statement after the attack said, "The military will not tolerate any attempt to harm the citizens of the State of Israel or IDF soldiers and will continue to act determinedly and severely against any element using terror against the State of Israel. The IDF holds the Hamas terror organization as solely responsible for the occurrences in the Gaza Strip and for maintaining calm there."

Following the attack, a mortar shell was fired from the northern Gaza Strip and exploded near Shaar Hanegev Regional Council. There were no reports of damage or injury.  
The Qassam rocket that was fired from the Gaza Strip on Saturday hit a public building located within Shaar Hanegev Regional Council, outside of Sderot. The roof of the structure, which had already been hit twice before by rockets, was damaged in the incident. No one was injured.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3927707,00.html


Israel to UN -  Rocket firing hurting peace efforts
Ashkelon is a port city with chemical factories.  Should a missile hit one
August 1,  2010
Official complaint filed with Human Rights Council dubs recent launching of rockets from Gaza Strip 'war crimes, crimes against humanity.' Meanwhile, mortar shell explodes near southern kibbutz; no injuries reported
Israel's UN envoy in Geneva Aharon Leshno Yaar sent a letter to the Human Rights Council over the weekend following the recent rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip. State officials claim the council has a "peculiar obsession" against Israel.

In an official complaint letter sent at the Foreign Ministry's request it was noted that "The indiscriminate launching of rockets at civilians and civilian objects amounts to war crimes and crimes against humanity."
The letter also stated that the attacks hurt the peace process and the resumption of direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

"The people of Israel have the right to live in peace and security. The recent attacks on southern Israel from the Gaza Strip seriously violate international law and undermine the peace process and the efforts to renew the direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority,"  it was stated.

A Qassam rocket fired from northern Gaza on Saturday night hit the roof of a building in an educational institution located in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council, outside of Sderot. There were no reports of injuries. Israel's Air Force responded by targeting a weapons smuggling tunnel on the Egyptian border and a tunnel below the border fence meant to serve terrorists in attacks inside Israeli territory.
A mortar shell fired from the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday morning exploded near a kibbutz in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council. There were no reports of injuries or damage.

The current round of violence along Israel's border with Gaza began Friday morning, when a Grad rocket fired from the Hamas-ruled territory landed near an apartment building in central Ashkelon. A few hours later two mortars landed within the limits of the Eshkol Regional Council. There were no reports of injury in either attack, but eight people suffered from shock in Ashkelon.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3927791,00.html


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 5:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rockets fired at southern Israeli city of Eilat
One hits Jordan killing 1 and injuring 4


August 2,  2010    Monday
Gaza Palestinians say a huge explosion early Monday leveled the home of a senior Hamas commander,
causing casualties.  Palestinians claim 17 people were rushed to a hospital.  The Israeli military said there was no Israeli activity in the area.
Often, bombs being prepared in Gaza houses explode accidentally.  Terrorists store weapons in their homes.

Rockets fired early Monday toward the Israeli resort city Eilat, and one hit in neighboring Jordan, injuring 5 people.
One of the five people wounded in the Grad rocket attack on the Jordanian city of Aqaba died of his wounds.
It was the second such attack this year, following a similar volley in April that Israeli authorities say was fired from Egypt's Sinai peninsula.

A series of explosions were heard early Monday in the narrow coast of the Red Sea where Eilat and the Jordanian city of Aqaba are located side by side, both popular tourist destinations.
One rocket hit in Aqaba, exploding on a main street in front of the Intercontinental Hotel, said Jordan.  5 were wounded, one critically.
Two of the wounded were taxi drivers and one of their cars was destroyed.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010...at-police-checking-reports-rocket


Explosion in Gaza Strip wounds 24
A huge explosion destroyed the home of a senior Hamas commander and injured 24, Palestinians reported early Monday morning.
http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=183341
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3928421,00.html

Impossible that rockets were fired from Sinai, claims EGYPT
http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=183377

Israel, Jordan take on terror together
Rockets explode in Eilat, Aqaba; casualties in Jordan

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3928441,00.html
http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=183380


Fury in Britain after Peres says English are anti-Semitic
Israeli president said England is deeply pro-Arab, anti-Israel. They always worked against us.
British MP is furios, denies this.

Well DUH!  As a reporter I can verify England, the UK, the entire world is anti-Israel and pro-Islam!  Now with B Hussein Obama in the whitehouse, even the U.S.A. favors Islam and hates Israel!
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3927820,00.html
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-10824909
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-10813301
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 04, 2010 6:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Palestinians behind rocket attack on Eilat

Attack approved by Meshal in Damascus!

Damascus is about to be removed from being a city and will become a fallen ruin. Isaiah 17:1  

Aug  6  UPDATE

Hamas attacks Israel from the south Aug 1,
Lebanon Hellzballah attack Israel from the north Aug 3.
ALL attacks likely approved by SYRAN  (Syria and Iran)

This is a MUCH BIGGER deal, and confirms what I suspected.  
The attack on Israel has begun, however slowly.

The commander of Hamas' military wing in Rafah, Raed al-Atar, is responsible for ordering the firing of Grad-type Katyusha rockets at Eilat and Aqaba from Sinai.
Egypt had declared a state of emergency in the Sinai Peninsula as part of a manhunt for the militants who fired the rockets.  haaretz


August 4,  2010    

Police say rockets fired from Sinai fell on city's salt pools area, not in sea as previously reported. Egyptian source confirms rockets fired by Gaza terrorists

Contrary to earlier reports, the two rockets that fell in the Eilat and Aqaba region on Monday landed in the salt pools area and not in the sea as previously suggested,
Southern District Police Commander Yohanan Danino said Wednesday. Danino, speaking at a press conference, emphasized that recent events had placed the southern city on the list of areas threatened by terror.

Also Wednesday, Egyptian security sources confirmed the rockets were fired from the Sinai Peninsula and claimed that armed Palestinians from Gaza were responsible.

"The preliminary information that the security has received indicates that Palestinian factions from the Gaza Strip are behind that operation," the unnamed Egyptian source told the state MENA agency.

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri criticised the Egyptian claim, calling it politically motivated. "This sounds silly and does not depend on any actual reasonable evidence," he said.

The rockets hit Israel's and Jordan's Red Sea ports, killing a Jordanian civilian and injuring three others, Jordanian and Israeli police said.

Commander Moshe Cohen presented footage showing the two rockets exploding one after the other, with a time difference of 29 seconds.

"After analysis, we understand that the two rockets fell in the same area," Danino said. He corrected what Eilat Mayor Meir Yitzhak Halevi and chairman of Hotel Association had said, suggesting the rockets were a chance event: "Eilat is on the map of terror organizations. We know of intentions throughout the year," he said.

"The events that took place here a few months ago, when rockets fell in the sea, brought up this threat which has become relevant to this area.
After Monday's incident, which we view gravely, we have met to assess the situation with the army and Shin Bet and decide what should be done."

However, he said he did not expect rocket fire to become a routine part of Eilat residents' lives.
"If these events continue, and we experience another such attack, we know how to respond.  I think the chances of this happening are low."

"Armed Palestinians from Gaza were responsible for the firing of rockets," an Egyptian security source claimed, adding that the rockets were launched from the Sinai Peninsula.

Egypt's official news agency MENA agreed with this assessment:
"The preliminary information that the security has received indicates that Palestinian factions from the Gaza Strip are behind that operation," the state news agency quoted an unnamed security source as saying.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3930130,00.html

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