IDF kills 2 terrorists on Gaza border
Hanan Greenberg
Published: 26.12.10, 07:55
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1. Hey "IDF", Don't you hear it ?!?!
Salma ,   Palestine   (12.26.10)
Al-Zahar said 'We want calm In Gaza" !!!!!!!!!! Al Qassam Brigades said Any “Israeli” escalation will be met with Unprecedented Response . Let's wait and see.
2. To: No. 1
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (12.26.10)
We know what that terrorist swine said. We also know that mortars and missiles have been fired into Israel. What is to be believed, what he says or what he does? And how would you characterize the attempt to plant an IED? Is that not an escalation? Grow a brain, already. Have you a clue what will happen to Gaza if Israel responds to Gaza's "Unprecedented Response" with an "Unprecedented Response" of its own? Why don't you cross over into Gaza and see it up close and highly personal?
3. Three initial thoughts ...
John DeLancy ,   Alaska, USA   (12.26.10)
present themselves. 1. IDF: Good job on the two confirmed kills. As always, we're sad that people died, and we're very grateful that you stopped murderers from continuing to try to murder Jews. Keep up the good work, and don't worry - you'll get the other one next time. 2. "On Saturday, Gaza's Hamas rulers warned they would escalate hostilities against Israel if tensions don't subside along the Gaza-Israel border." So - yea, you're gonna keep firing stuff and planting bombs until Israel STOPS SHOOTING BACK! Geez, you even give bullies a bad name! 3. Salma: I gave you multiple chances to discuss issues openly and as adults. But instead you insist on behaving like a troll, and that's sad. :(
4. #1 Planting explosives at security fence
Cynthia ,   USA   (12.26.10)
This is a Hamas escalation. Palestinian shahids sent by Al-Zahar to provoke Israel. Then they'll cry to the UN about Israeli aggression.
5. Salma #1
David ,   Haifa Israel   (12.26.10)
Hi stupid. the next day you thugs stated you wanted to wipe us off the map.... you want war... we will give it to you. please go home to jordan now... while the going is good.
6. Salma, and the Palestinian urge for Cast Lead 2
Brian Cohen ,   Judean Peoples Front   (12.26.10)
Salma is an excellent example of the Palestinian mindset: lots of big talk and attempts to pretend they are a military presence, bringing on yet another limited war and massive destruction on their heads. The Palestinians keep thinking that one day they'll be mighty enough and have enough allies to militarily defeat Israel, kill all the Jews, and "take back" their "country" (remembering, of course, that there was no country called "Palestine"). It's something of an Israeli created monster, since the Palestinians have enough weapons to feel big and act even bigger. Every time we go after them, we knock them on the head severely but leave them with their weapons. Since the Palestinians seem not to be able to learn from their mistakes, they simply pick up the weapons and try again to defeat Israel. Again and again and again. And, of course, again and again and again they get clobbered. There is no "Arab unity" and nobody in the region is interested in joining the Palestinians in a needless, pointless and useless war. However, the Palestinians are still hoping for that to happen. Thus, Hamas stays in power in Gaza and reminds the world that it is impossible for Abbas to sign a peace treaty. The Obama administration and the Quartet pretend that peace can be achieved, more donor money is funneled to Abbas, and the world goes about its business. Don't you hear it, Salma? Abbas is working to create a de facto "Palestine" with no refugees. Once he gets the recognition, the biggest obstacle to the peace process is simply bypassed - "Palestine" is born in the west bank, and the refugees stay where they are.
7. # 2
WMD   (12.26.10)
.. "we also know that mortars and missiles .."
8. #7 Yes.... What else do you expect from....
Mark ,   Lodz, Poland   (12.26.10)
..masochistic religious fanatics... ?
9. @7 Silly, naive.
Mr. Mortar   (12.26.10)
10. Hamas and eggs
Marcel ,   Florida   (12.26.10)
Israel, You failed to defeat Hamas in 2009 because you allowed yourselves to be restrained by a false ally and you continue the same failed approach of only scratching Hamas with minimal effect while opening up more trade with them. Stupid people lead Israel from disaster to disaster because they no longer understand the concept of defeating ones enemy. Peace came after WWII because the Nazi's were totally defeated. The end of Hamsasses in Gaza is a vision Israel needs to have if it is to survive in the neighborhood.
11. #3
Non-Jew ,   England   (12.26.10)
I've also given Salma several chances recently to discuss issues openly, but in each case she she has apparently been unwilling (or perhaps unable?) to do so. What are we to make of this?
12. #11 why you call yourself Non-Jew ?!
Salma ,   Palestine   (12.26.10)
I Don't Know What To Do, SOMETIMES my comments are not accepted for Ynet " Especially those to Sarah B" so they are censoring it : (
13. Salma # 1
Harvey ,   London   (12.26.10)
You should give thanks every day that Israel does not behave like Russia did in their war with Islamist terrorists in Chechyna . If they did there would not be a building left standing in Gaza . Fortunately for you Israel is not Russia and Gaza is not Grozny
14. #13 Gaza should become a Grozny.
15. To: No. 12
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (12.26.10)
Well, that's a new one. You are unable to respond when actually presented with factual challenges, so you blame YNet moderators for allegedly "censoring" your fictitious posts. (Yeah, Salma, we know.) LOL! What IS it with "Palestinians" and the blame game?
16. #12
Non-Jew ,   England   (12.26.10)
Because I'm not Jewish, of course!
17. #12
Non-Jew ,   England   (12.26.10)
Sometimes mine do not make it through also - and I do try to keep them factual and non-offensive (maybe a bit cheeky, occasionally!). I don't know if it's because they just get 'lost' on the way....even when they do get posted, it's usually at LEAST an hour (sometimes several) after I've written them, and other people seem to be able to respond faster (maybe because I'm posting from England, not Israel?). This can be quite frustrating, as I work full time and have family responsibilities, so the time I spend on YNET is limited.
18. Once it leaves the firing tube ...
John DeLancy ,   Alaska, USA   (12.27.10)
Mr Mortar is no longer your friend. ;)
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