IDF soldier lightly injured in Gaza tunnel blast
Yoav Zitun
Published: 09.11.12, 00:26
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1. Contemplating.....
Mira ,   Vienna   (11.09.12)
"Israel is contemplating when and how to react, he (Barak) noted." Oh yes, he is contemplating that for years now. In the meantime, Hamas, not contemplatinmg so much, ACTS!
2. bibi will bomb an empty field in protest, ho hum.
Bunnie Meyer ,   Los Angeles, CA USA   (11.09.12)
3. meaningless: view attack: 'great severity'
Larry ,   Los Angeles   (11.09.12)
"Barak announced that Israel views the attack with great severity" Barak has become Israel's meaningless wonder. Words escape him, they flow out of his mouth, escaping without passing by his brain. Israel's leaders: Bibi and Libermann, although they did not create the situation in Gaza, accepted responsibility when they came to power. Time has long passed when even strong words have no meaning; ACTION is needed, and strong action to stop Hamas from continuing their vengeful direction.
4. Gaza
I keep reading on this forum that Israelis completely left Gaza in 2007. But Israeli soldiers enter Gaza on a daily basis. Is this not a double standard??
5. Great severity?
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.09.12)
Good. How about reducing one-third of Gaza to rubble? Nothing less will cause us to question Israel's resolve to rid ourselves of that terrorist nest that is Gaza. Might also send a message to the White House -- not a bad thing.
6. How can anyone condemm Freedon-Fighters from fighting occupa
BDS   (11.09.12)
7. To: No. 4
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.09.12)
Routine maintenance on a border fence (on the Israeli side of the border) is not entering Gaza. Learn to read.
8. To: No. 6
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.09.12)
Freedom fighters? Are you serious? First of all, Gaza is not under occupation. Secondly, freedom fighters do not target innocent civilians. Only terrorists do that. Don't you know anything?
9. Sarah B
Can't you read you silly woman?? "The entrance of army forces into the Gaza Strip is perceived as a violation of Palestinian sovereignty and therefore justifies, from Hamas' point of view, the firing of rockets and laying of explosives."
10. To: No. 9
Sarah B ,   U.S.A. / Israel   (11.10.12)
Perceived? PERCEIVED? By whom? the usual gang of apologists for ersatz "Palestinian" terrorists? Gaza is not a sovereign entity. In contrast to your ridiculous spoutings, THAT is a FACT. Silly you! But in all your musings and ridiculous spoutings, has it even ONCE occurred to you that Israel would leave Gaza alone, if only Gaza could learn to leave Israelis alone? How many missiles and mortars -- fired from Gaza -- need fall until you understand?
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