Thousands take part in Hamas commander's funeral
Elior Levy
Published: 15.11.12, 12:50
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1. RIP
Ma   (11.15.12)
2. Why wasn't the funeral bombed?
jason white ,   afula, israel   (11.15.12)
We could have killed and wounded thousands of terror supporters.
3. it would have been a perdect time to use a daisy cutter
jack bauer   (11.15.12)
we could have gotten rid of so many terrorists and terror supporters its not funny. we never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity
4. Jason , it was my idea too
Charles ,   Petach Tikva   (11.15.12)
and not for the first time . There were already many such occasions [ and i hope many more will follow ] But , we are NOT murderers ! that's maybe the reason it's not done .
5. Agreed. No More Olmert or Livni to surrender
Umm El Kul Naqba   (11.15.12)
Let's finish the job this time.
6. Did you see the video of the procession running?
William ,   Israel   (11.15.12)
Every time the IDF targeted another rocket site. Funny. But this video underscores the claim the IDF is not targeting civilians. While Hamas supporters in the thousands march in a funeral procession for a key terrorist, NONE were harmed by IDF operations. Infact, the IDF kept hitting areas away from the procession, despite their racist and defiant chants against Jews and calls for revenge. Conversely, wasn't it Arabs who targeted funeral processions in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen recently?
7. WELL...........
Jenny   (11.18.12)
didn't I warn enough of you about the slimeball muslims! Does Israel need more convincing or do they finally believe? One searing question, WHY IS GAZA STILL STANDING???????
8. Goodness, gracious me!
Moragh   (11.18.12)
It would only have taken one little BOMB to scatter the Jabari animals. Just imagine if Israel had started shooting (in the air), Jabari's body would have been dropped like a hot potato and the cowards would have scattered and ducked to save their own lives. Come on Israel, get your finger out! How about what's good for the Goose is good for the Gander?
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