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  • #16
    Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

    Update - Thursdaqy Night Gaza: IDF attacks Hamas structure

    The Air Force attacked a Hamas office in north Gaza, east of Jabalya.

    Earlier the IDF struck a bridge in central Gaza. (Ynet)
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...275379,00.html

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    • #17
      Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

      Iran Attacking Israel Is Really Attack on U.S.

      By John Gibson


      If you ever wondered whether it was worth all the trouble to keep Iran from getting a nuke, look at the news today.

      When Hezbollah attacks Israel — or attacks anybody — it is Iran that is really doing the attacking.

      If Iran can get the world to the brink of a war with just a few conventional explosives, a militia of irregulars and some suicide bombers, think what they could do with a real nuke.

      Iran is attacking Israel, but it is really attacking us. That's because it knows that the U.S. will come to Israel's aid if things get really rough and eventually any Iran-Israel clash will get very rough.

      So then the U.S. would have to decide about entering the fray in some way and Iran then has what it wants: a direct confrontation with the "Great Satan."

      Some people like to see the situation as a grouping of separates: The U.S. has a War on Terror, and Israel has a war with Hezbollah and Hamas, and Iran is threatening from a distance.

      No, Iran is the puppeteer here pulling the strings and causing trouble.
      http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,203428,00.html

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      • #18
        Re: Any Russian involvment??

        Originally posted by TomT
        You had me scared for a minute - I Russia starts moving troops that direction I believe ite US would have to do the same
        Well I don't know that scared was exactly what I felt, but the prophecy of "the Hook in the mouth" and the young lions saying "Have you come to take a spoil" played in my mind as well as images of fire and brimstone..... Guess it was a mix of feelings of fright mingled with almost joy. THAT is a real strange mix I can tell you. Fright for the obvious reason, but joy at the thought that seeing my Lord is real close

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        • #19
          Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

          "Scared" - that I had somehow missed the huge breaking news....

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          • #20
            Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

            I saw an interview with the Syrian ambassador to the U.N. eariler on
            CNN, he was explaining how that Israel had been the cause of every
            mideast conflict for 60 years. I really had to fight my gag reflex
            listening to him. He said he expects his nation to be attacked.
            Matthew 5:14
            "You are the light of the world. A city situated on a hill cannot be hidden.

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            • #21
              Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

              I saw an interview with the Syrian ambassador to the U.N. eariler on
              CNN, he was explaining how that Israel had been the cause of every
              mideast conflict for 60 years. I really had to fight my gag reflex
              listening to him. He said he expects his nation to be attacked.

              I too saw this ambassador on CNN and later on MSNBC. He basically said the same thing he said on CNN. I too had to fight my gag reflex. Every word from his mouth was nothing more than sickening propaganda

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              • #22
                Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                I wrote this in a paper for school last year, but perhaps this is why Russia has such a concern with Syria:

                Created: 02.06.2006 11:55 MSK (GMT +3), Updated: 18:53 MSK

                Russia to Establish Naval Base in Syrian Port of Tartus — Paper

                Russia has begun works in the Syrian port of Tartus seeking to built a full-scale naval base for the ships of the Black Sea Fleet, currently based in Ukraine’s Sevastopol, the Kommersant newspaper reported on Friday, quoting unnamed sources in the Defense Ministry and the General Staff of the Russian Navy.

                http://www.mosnews.com/news/2006/06/02/syrianbase.shtml

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                • #23
                  Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                  I looked at the aerial but could not see anything military. The photo is not from yesterday obviously and they may have chosen to photo it before the cow came home. A quick look at the harbor is possible though using Google Earth. Just type in "Tartus, Syria" and it do the work for ya.

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                  • #24
                    Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                    http://today.reuters.com/news/newsAr...DEAST-GAZA.xml

                    Israel bombs Hamas offices
                    Fri Jul 14, 2006 4:45am ET

                    By Nidal al-Mughrabi

                    GAZA (Reuters) - Israel bombed the offices of Hamas lawmakers, destroyed a bridge and fired a tank shell that killed one Palestinian on Friday as part of a Gaza Strip offensive aimed at forcing militants to release a captured soldier.

                    Israeli forces withdrew overnight from central Gaza after two days of fighting, and an army statement said the troops had "currently completed their activities in the area".

                    The Gaza Strip is ringed by Israeli tanks and troops. A contingent remains in the southern tip of Gaza, which troops entered on June 28 to try to force militants to free Corporal Gilad Shalit and to halt their cross-border rocket fire.


                    Israel has killed more than 80 Palestinians as part of the offensive.

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                    • #25
                      Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                      Last update - 12:20 14/07/2006


                      Palestinians: Shin Bet chief Diskin met with Abbas in Amman


                      By Avi Issacharoff, Haaretz Correspondent

                      Palestinian sources told Haaretz on Friday that Shin Bet security service chief Yuval Diskin met secretly with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas this week in Amman. The meeting was held after Jordan's King Abdullah II sent Diskin an urgent request to visit the Jordanian capital. (See the "sources are telling secrets again)

                      Diskin and Abbas discussed at the meeting the fate of Corporal Gilad Shalit, who was abducted by Palestinian militants nearly three weeks ago. They also discussed the latest developments in the violent clashes in the Gaza Strip.

                      The sources also told Haaretz that Diskin told Abbas that Palestinian prisoners would only be released in negotiations with the PA. The Israeli official told Abbas no talks with Hamas would yield such results.

                      King Abdullah is scheduled to meet Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Friday in Cairo to coordinate their positions on recent developments in Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.

                      On Thursday Abdullah spoke on the phone to Abbas and Mubarak in relation to these issues. The king also met Thursday with Lebanese parliament member Sa'ad a-Din al-Hariri, who was visiting Aqaba.

                      London-based Arabic-language newspaper Al Quds al Arabi reports that Egypt deported Hamas political wing member Mohammed Nazal who visited the country. Nazal met with Egyptian Intelligence Chief Omar Suleiman, and had planned several other meetings and press conferences.

                      Security agents came to his hotel and escorted him to the airport ensuring his departure from the country.

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                      • #26
                        Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                        In my mind's eye, (considering these leaders who are NOT Christian and do NOT follow the prophetic authors in our Bible like we do)---put yourself in their shoes for a minute and try to look at this situation from their heads like they would.....
                        Don't you think they are saying inside themselves....OH BOY, WE GET A CHANCE TO FINALLY TAKE THIS ISRAEL PLACE AND THE JEWS OFF THE MAP, WE BETTER GO FOR IT NOW WHILE THE DOOR IS OPEN !!
                        That's what I see...

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                        • #27
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                          I have a question that has been going through my head today and I'm hoping those who are more up on military stuff can help here.
                          I've been thinking about the amount ammo/weapons being used up on puppets. I realize the puppets may also be using up their supplies but certainly not at the rate Israel has been.
                          How quickly can Israel replemish.
                          I guess what I'm asking is this. Is it possible the puppets are depleting Israel for their real enemies? Could this be their plan?

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                          • #28
                            Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                            Originally posted by SAT
                            I have a question that has been going through my head today and I'm hoping those who are more up on military stuff can help here.
                            I've been thinking about the amount ammo/weapons being used up on puppets. I realize the puppets may also be using up their supplies but certainly not at the rate Israel has been.
                            How quickly can Israel replemish.
                            I guess what I'm asking is this. Is it possible the puppets are depleting Israel for their real enemies? Could this be their plan?

                            No doubt Israel's stockpiles of war materials is highly classifed -

                            ....however given their history of defensive wars, and the fact that 99% of all able-bodied Israeli's are trained and part of massive reserves that could be called up their ability to fight a sustained war against the Arabs has to be considerable.

                            Likewise in past conflicts when reserves of ammo reached critical levels the US airlifted in plane-loads of ammo, bombs, etc - and the current US policy of standing by Israel would be no less - if and when needed.

                            Keep in mind that Israel receives more "foreign aid" from the US each year than any other nation on earth - and the vast majority of that funding is used in the form of military equipment and supplies that are drawn from US stock-piles - or from US military contractors.

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                            • #29
                              Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                              Thank you Tom.

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                              • #30
                                Re: Israel VS Hamas Part III

                                And don't forget, Israel actually pulled the US through during the Iraq war, our own weaponry was running down. After that, the US then sold 500? Bunker Busters to Israel. I am sure they are well stocked and would pull out "Big boys" to deter a drawn out war, rather than have an on going battle, like what happened with Japan.

                                Now regarding my "Iran" comments, I have not found a link about Iran Revolutionary Guards being in Iran, but remembr Hezbollah IS who WAS the Iran National Guard unti the were sent to Lebanon in the 80's, so the fact some of their compatriots would be in Lebanon shouldn't surprise, that is who trains the Hezbollah militia and since their arms are from Iran and get to them via Damascus, why be surprised the rocket was made in Iran??? Posted a "Factfile" on Hezbollah somewhere, taken from AlJazerra and they BOASTof their ties to Iran. It is no secret.

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