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Hamas polices border after IDF kills man     Reuters
1. "israeli" spokesperson said "fired into the air" "fired at
their legs" But the man was shot in the head. Another example of idf truefulness. Happen hundreds of times before idf/israeli will tell the most bizzar lie and only after shown evidence/videos will admitt it happened. Don't do bussiness with "israeli" they soon forget or it was an acident.
Robert ,   USA   (11.24.12)
2. Violation of the "truce?"
So, I wonder, exactly how would Hamas characterize the eleven missiles that were fired into Israel following the truce? They had better watch their "p"s and "q"s. We can be in there in a heartbeat. I think they know that. They're only cowering in a corner, licking their wounds, until they can regroup and rearm. But we'll get them then, too. We should have just finished the job now.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.24.12)
3. this guy attained true martyrdom
not the bs kind of martyrdom that arabs says just about everyone who dies(for example:assads soldiers or hizbollah fighters are "martyrs") the thing that he saw jabari behind idf troops just before his death is a strong indicator of this.it also means that jabari is a martyr. non-muslims may label this as rubbish but little they know about kashf.no offence
klbbbm ,   paris,france   (11.24.12)
4. he was 'trying to put a Hamas flag on the fence' ...
Build your own fence and put it there.
leo ,   usa   (11.24.12)
5. Policing their own
As I see it, this act of policing their own people in the interest of peace is the first act of a developing responsible government of Gaza. It took them a while to understand this principle but better late than never. Israel must now reach out to the Hamas security apparatus in developing a a coordinated plan for mutual restraint. It is the only way for peace between the two sides.
Yosef Eytan ,   Eilat   (11.24.12)
6.  the outbreak of the fire start from a little spark.
the outbreak of the fire start from a little spark.what was this man should be killed . he was 'trying to put a Hamas flag on the fence' Was he carrying a weapon or not? so was shouldn't to kill him. "Where did the spirit of humanity in us?"
sam ,   dnver-USA   (11.24.12)
7. TO SARAH B Dear
Through my notes by your responses I didn't found humanity in you Dear
sam ,   colorado-USA   (11.24.12)
8. TO NO 3 klbbbm
Who kill in defense about his religion and the homeland and who kills unjustly or randomly.this is meaning of martyrdom
sam ,   colorado-USA   (11.24.12)
9. TO NO 4 leo
Did you leave them something? you are taking everything enough
sam ,   colorado-USA   (11.24.12)
10. Get Rid of Zone of Death
The death zone should be done away with. Israel and Gaza should each build a 30 meter high wall on their own side of the border. No shooting in or out of Gaza. Farmers and soldiers on both sides patrol and farm all of their land without the need to kill anybody.
Mark ben Josef ,   USA   (11.24.12)
11. 2 Firing Rockets is a violation Too
Your problem is you seek to justify killing people on their side of the border. Violations have occurred by both sides. But the shooting of twenty with one killed is definitely a violation. This time there is an actual written record of the promises made be Israel and shooting civilians for Walking while Palestinian is not a crime warranting the Death Penalty.
Mark ben Josef ,   USA   (11.24.12)
12. tto robert-first batch of shots-in air,second
to legs, third to head the boy earned it rightfully! batches at different times
mark   (11.24.12)
13. No.1 Riad, not Robert, I will do a true
re-write of your inciting drab: The Israeli spoke-person said the truth when he declared that IDF soldiers fired into the air. The Arab casualty is due to his stupid decision to escalate the fence of the state frontier and do whatever in his heated-up brain dictated to him, as if there are no rules and no international laws. At the same time, tens of other Arabs started to throw stones already during the truce. Why,brainless Robert? Why did the Hamas lob 11 rockets into Israel right after the start of the ceasefire for another two hours? Also, because they are brainless or better said, hateful primitive criminals?! Can you tell? I guess not. As for your urge not to do business with the Israelis, I think it is the other way round. No Israeli will ever do business with low lives and anti-Semite scums like you.
Reuven   (11.24.12)
14. #10
There is some merit in your suggestion, for once. It might just work!
(11.24.12)
15. Mark-Justice?
Nobody deserves to be shot, as an unarmed patriot. By your logic, if I see a jew with an Israeli flag, I can shoot him in the head with impunity???
(11.24.12)
16. #3
then all of gaza should form a line and one by one approach the border..
JL   (11.24.12)
17. To: No. 10
Sure, the Gazans should ABSOLUTELY build that wall. I agree. That wall will also be inpenetrable to free humanitarian aid from Israel to Gaza, inpeterable to free fresh water from Israel to Gaza, inpeterable to free electricity from Israel to Gaza .... and sick people in Gaza can try their luck with penetrating the border with Egypt. Good luck with your thrity meter high wall, bin Yussuf.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.24.12)
18. Where was hamas when their stooges forced this situation
to begin with? End all the aggression and war begun by Iran sponsored hamas and, they forgot all about the safety of their own people. ( Typical pals )
bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.24.12)
19. some "martyr"
just another delusional arab and I mean both you and he. As long as they are called 'martyrs' death seems less final? Dead is dead, never to fight again and, for Israel hip hip hooray!
bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.24.12)
20. # 2 Sarah B Yes, Israel should have finished the job
but with obama as the pals advocate, don't expect any real changes until obama's gone. His continued intervention simply prolongs this war with the added gift of time for Hamas to rearm and resupply. I wonder if he'll again propose "Israel end all settlement activities"? and even dare mention the '67 lines once more? HIs 'foreign policy' is disastrous as Egypt falls apart a possible second revolution obama initiated this and put his stamp of approval on Morsi. Whatever happened to "We shall not deal with terrorists "? Better or worse than a soap opera.
bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.24.12)
21. # 2 Sarah B Yes, Israel should have finished the job
but with obama as the pals advocate, don't expect any real changes until obama's gone. His continued intervention simply prolongs this war with the added gift of time for Hamas to rearm and resupply. I wonder if he'll again propose "Israel end all settlement activities"? and even dare mention the '67 lines once more? HIs 'foreign policy' is disastrous as Egypt falls apart a possible second revolution obama initiated this and put his stamp of approval on Morsi. Whatever happened to "We shall not deal with terrorists "? Better or worse than a soap opera.
bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.24.12)
22. Oh sam, colorado
" I didn't found humanity in you Dear." sam, could you please study English a bit more? Your syntax is terrible. New to English? OY!
bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.24.12)
23. 15 - Pure IDF Logic
You have identified the IDF logic, just replace Israeli with any other word. That is the thinking of #12. And of Sarah B.
Mark ben Josef ,   USA   (11.24.12)
24. # 16 JL Then, all of gaza will be shot dead as they
listen to idiots like you. Will YOU be there to lead the charge or, at your keyboard, Hercules? LOL The most frightening enemy you've ever faced was a mouse.
bad Assed Jew ,   United States   (11.24.12)
25. 17 Glad you Agree
With an open border and lifting of the siege as Israel promised in writing to Egypt, trade and aid can flow through Rafah And the UAE and Qatar will likely modernize all the facilities in Rafah to New York or higher standards. And the Saudis will help them access their natural Gas for sale at world prices.
Mark ben Josef ,   USA   (11.24.12)
26. To: No. 25
Sure! Why not! I am certain that the Egyptian people will gladly give up absolutely everything in order to supply aid to the Gazans. Egypt is broke, haven't you heard? Dead broke. And the Qataris will be very conscious of the fact that the United States Congress is about to cut off Egypt (yes, they have been paying attention to the new and enhanced powers that Morsi has bestowed upon himself), and Qatar lives and dies on the basis of United States bases and United States largesse .... and the Saudis -- who have done absolutely nothing for Egypt in sixty years -- are not about to start. Too many palaces to build; too many solid gold bathroom fixtures to install. The UAE? What? And give up their lucrative trade with Israel? For what? Terrorists in Gaza? Oh, I do not think so. You are living in a dream world, honey. Sick and sad as it is -- and it IS -- the only country that has ever done anything meaningful for Gaza is the State of Israel. When that gets cut off, no one is going to pick up the slack. Natural gas? That would be you. Have you quite forgotten that Israel sits atop two of the largest natural gas fields ever discovered? Which Israel will cheerfully make available at lower than world markets. Europe is already lining up -- which is why Turkey is so pissed to begin with -- the discovery of natural gas by Israel effectively turned Turkey's dreams of pipelines to Europe providing natural gas from Central Asia and even Iran ..... to dust. The logistics were a no-go to begin with. But I like your cheerful optimism. It is good to wake up each day as if your hair were on fire. Of course, reality will temper that, but keep up the optimism. It's healthy. I hope the fall won't be too hard on you .... but a dose of reality won't hurt you, either. By the way -- the blockade remains in place. Nothing in writing about that. But you just watch. Ersatz "Palestinian" terrorists being ersatz "Palestinian," terrorists, sooner or later (probably sooner), the missiles will start to fly out of Gaza again. And nothing will save that stinking sewer then. Not even Israel. Get a grip. Haven't you been watching the reaction in the West to Gaza's most recent efforts? That didn't go over so well, did it? Quelle surprise -- especially to Hamas et al. More to come, sweetie. Stay tuned. You really are incredibly naiive.
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.24.12)
27. To: Bad-Assed Jew at No. 20
Sillier than a soap opera, that's for darned sure. Congress is about to cut off Egypt's funding. Morsi's gross usurpation of powers kind of put a chill on Obama's happy talk about "democracy," didn't it? Truth be told, while I do wish that Israel had finished the job this time, I am not unhappy with the international response. Hamas seriously miscalculated this time. Now -- they have no infrastructure, a seriously reduced weapons stash, no one to whom to turn and a vastly disinterested and accusatory world. Trust me -- all those missiles flying hither and non into Israel's population centers has put an end to any loose talk of 1967 borders. It has always been a given that Hamas would nail their coffin shut. It's just going to happen sooner than even I -- ever the optimist -- thought. Photoshopped pictures of dead ersatz "Palestinian" children -- who turned out to have been murdered in Syria several weeks ago -- was about the last straw. Fool me once; shame on you. Fool me twice; shame on me. It would appear that the scales have fallen from eyes in the West, and Hamas has been outed. No matter what they trumpet; no matter what lies they told their populations -- the fact remains. Hamas -- and the rest of the terrorist groups in Gaza -- are dead men walking. But not for long. It was a misstep, and a bad one. Raise a toast with me, why don't you, to tiny, gallant -- and extraordinary Israel! We won again!
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.24.12)
28. TO 22 Prof
Are you English teacher?or we now in the educational academy Oh Prof. anyway I would like if you give me your address in order to learn from you.
sam ,   colorado-USA   (11.24.12)
29. #17
I see Sarah's back, compassionate as ever! BTW Sarah, as you're so fond of picking people up on their spelling and grammar, let me pick you up on this - "inpenetrable" - surely you mean impenetrable? Or maybe this is not your post?...
Lio ,   London UK   (11.24.12)
30. 26 Why not Hunny Bunny
Aid is bought and sold. The UNRWA and other donors will just by Egyptian stuff and use Egyptian shipping, a boost to the Egyptian economy... As for the Qataris, they are fine. Doha is a fascinating marvel of a city - he a building shaped like a dildo with a condom on. It is nice we have an airbase there, too. The region does not need US money much. Oil still is a currency all its own. The culture is commercial. Deals will be made. Asfor the Mosry hiccup, remember the W Bush hiccup 2002-3 when rights were suspended and torture OK'd for Americans and sneak and peak went on, and then the quaint anomalies of the courts spoke and hundreds of millions of damages got paid out. W ain't President anymore. he, he, he. Enjoy the show, honey bunny.
Mark ben Josef ,   USA   (11.24.12)
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