Middle East war

Krypton X

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What a douche this guy is:

Associated Press

"The Iraqi prime minister is an anti-Semite," the Democratic leader Howard Dean told a gathering of business leaders in Florida. "We don't need to spend $200 and $300 and $500 billion dollars bringing democracy to Iraq to turn it over to people who believe that Israel doesn't have a right to defend itself and who refuse to condemn Hezbollah."

Definition from Dictionary.com

Semitic: Of, relating to, or constituting a subgroup of the Afro-Asiatic language group that includes Arabic, Hebrew, Amharic, and Aramaic.
I bet even Dubya knew that one.
The Democrats are all over the Bush administration for going into Iraq, to :drevil: defend America and combat terrorism :drevil:. Now Israel does effectively the same thing, and all of a sudden the Democrats are even more pro-Israel than the Republicans. I mean what gives.

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Senior Squad
Here we go.

One dead, six injured as gunman blasts Jewish centre

An armed man sprayed a Jewish centre with bullets, killing a woman and injuring at least five others before he was arrested.

The gunman, who employees said claimed to be a Muslim angry at Israel, forced his way through the security door at the Jewish Federation in Seattle yesterday after an employee had punched in her security code, said Marla Meislin-Dietrich, a co-worker.

Staff members said they overheard him saying: “I am a Muslim American, angry at Israel”, before opening fire, Meislin-Dietrich said. “He was randomly shooting at everyone.”

oh brother :rolleyes:


Senior Squad
Also today (cnn.com)....

Six children and one woman killed

An Israeli airstrike flattened a house in the border town of Nmeiriya in southern Lebanon Saturday, killing a woman and six children, Lebanese security sources said.

Three children and their parents among 9 civilians killed

The bodies of nine Lebanese civilians, including three children and their parents, were also found along Maarub-Dardghia road near Tyre Friday afternoon, said Civil Defense Officer Salam Daher.

The bodies, which were decomposing, were found during efforts to recover the dead and evacuate towns in southern Lebanon, he said.


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Dozens killed, wounded in Israeli airstrike (cnn.com)

An Israeli airstrike leveled a four-story residential building used as a shelter by refugees in the southern Lebanese town of Qana early Sunday, killing and wounding as many as 65 people, a Lebanese emergency official said.
"Clearly, we did not know the civilians were in the way," he said. :boohoo:

That is just not just.
Israel sure is making a lot of mistakes lately, the UN observers a few days ago, now this.. it's terrorism with better technology.


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after killing 23 children, i hope Israel is doing well in their fight against terrorism.
this is the real terrorism . when hi-tech weapons bomb innocent 'weapons', thats normal and justified, well done modern world, well done humanity.


Senior Squad
I agree this explains bombing down Lebanon after kidnapping 2 soldiers. Wait... it doesn't.

However, seriously, this doesn't explain bombing down a refugee camp where civilians were fleeing the bombings. It doesn't explain Israeli jets incinerating (burning down) and entire bus of children and families while they were fleeing a Lebanese village after breif Israeli warning that the place was gonna be bombed.

Take a look at a satellite photo of Lebanon before and after the war, and then explain that.


Senior Squad
And here are 2 news articles from the same newspaper.
Both occured today.
Comparisons are welcome.

Hezbollah hits Israeli warship
From correspondents in Beirut
August 01, 2006 05:05am

HEZBOLLAH said its guerrillas hit an Israeli warship with rockets off the south Lebanese port of Tyre today.
Hezbollah said in a statement the attack was the start of its retaliation for yesterday's bombing of a building in south Lebanon that killed 54 civilians, including 37 children.

12 bodies found by south Lebanon roads
From correspondents in Tyre
August 01, 2006 05:03am

LEBANESE Red Cross teams recovered 12 bodies, among them an eight-year-old child, on roads in the south of the country today, a spokesman said.

The bodies "had been there for several days in cars on roads in the Jibbain and Klaileh region" near the coast, said the Red Cross spokesman who did not wish to be named.
An AFP count has put the total number of people killed in Lebanon at 530, including 455 civilians, since Israel launched the onslaught following the capture of two Israeli soldiers in a Hezbollah raid on the border on July 12.

Rescue workers say dozens more civilians, including a large number of children, are still buried underneath the rubble of houses destroyed in Israeli air strikes around Tyre.


Senior Squad
Yes it's all fictional.

Red Cross ambulances destroyed in Israeli air strike on rescue mission
·Volunteer paramedics demand UN guarantees
Suzanne Goldenberg in Tyre
Tuesday July 25, 2006
The Guardian

Coffins are prepared for mass burial in the Lebanese city of Tyre.

The ambulance headlamps were on, the blue light overhead was flashing, and another light illuminated the Red Cross flag when the first Israeli missile hit, shearing off the right leg of the man on the stretcher inside. As he lay screaming beneath fire and smoke, patients and ambulance workers scrambled for safety, crawling over glass in the dark. Then another missile hit the second ambulance.
Even in a war which has turned the roads of south Lebanon into killing zones, Israel's rocket strike on two clearly marked Red Cross ambulances on Sunday night set a deadly new milestone.

Six ambulance workers were wounded and three generations of the Fawaz family, being transported to hospital from Tibnin with what were originally minor injuries, were left fighting for their lives. Two ambulances were entirely destroyed, their roofs pierced by missiles.



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Do they?!?................


do the Jewish owned Mass Media of England know............................... how to cover their "country's" ass........................

with this ****ty "analysis" of a "staged" rescue mission.

This is sick and disgusting and who ever did this obviously has an agenda.

Here's a thought......the pics are correct but just not in the correct sequence....let's think about that for a minute.


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Do you think the Israeli military response inside Lebanon is justified?

Yes 49% 900804 votes

No 51% 953130 votes

this statisctics are from CNN.COM , how can %49 people can justify killing innocent people in order to kill several terrorists ? how can you justify killing U.N officers even though they warned the Israeli army 4 times before the attacks, how can any human being could be silent to whats going on in the middle east? its a war for profit, for a wider jewish settlement by rich capitalist jewish american companies.


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Even funnier is the handling of Mid-East events by

FOX :drevil:NEWS :drevil:

Here's a clip.....from today

JERUSALEM — In a major expansion of its ground offensive, Israel has decided to send troops deeper into Lebanon to clear out Hezbollah fighters and secure the territory until a multinational force is deployed there, senior officials said Tuesday

Israel hopes to complete the new push to the Litani River nearly 20 miles from the Israeli border in the next two weeks, Cabinet ministers said following a late Monday meeting.

The meeting came amid a 48-hour suspension of most airstrikes by Israel, which was imposed after an airstrike over the weekend in the southern Lebanese town of Qana killed 56 Lebanese, more than half of them children. The attack sparked international outrage.

Hezbollah also drastically cut back rocket attacks Monday, after firing an average of more than 100 rockets a day in three weeks of fighting.

By early Tuesday, however, Israel had resumed air raids. Warplanes targeted a Hezbollah stronghold deep inside Lebanon and Hezbollah fighters battled with soldiers near the border. The Israeli army also reported heavy fighting between its troops and Hezbollah in the south Lebanon village Ayt ash Shab.

Diplomatic efforts to end the crisis faltered Monday, despite increased world pressure for a cease-fire after the devastating strike in Qana. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the offensive would continue until Hezbollah has been neutralized.

"We will not give up on our goal to live a life free of terror," Olmert said. :rolleyes:

President Bush also resisted calls for an immediate halt to fighting, saying any peace deal must ensure that Hezbollah is crippled. He said Iran and Syria must stop backing the Shiite militant group with money and weapons.

"As we work with friends and allies, it's important to remember this crisis began with Hezbollah's unprovoked attacks against Israel. Israel is exercising its right to defend itself," Bush said Monday.------->Yup they captured 2 soldiers therefore the killing of 500 civilians is justified YOU MORON!

Israel's Cabinet decision paved the way for a significantly broader ground offensive.
Up to now, several thousand soldiers had been engaged in the operation, fighting house-to-house battles with hundreds of Hezbollah fighters in Lebanese towns and villages close to the border. OH THOSE BRAVE ISRAELITES....THE HUMANITY OF IT ALL!!!!!

Last week, the Cabinet called up some 30,000 reserve soldiers, many of whom reported to their bases earlier this week to begin training.

Defense official said they expected thousands more soldiers to be sent to Lebanon as part of the expanded offensive. "We have reached the stage where we have to expand the operation," said Defense Minister Amir Peretz, without giving the dimensions of the next phase.

Senior Israeli officials and media reports said Tuesday that troops were given permission to move as far north as Lebanon's Litani River, which meanders through the southern part of the country, and at some points is 18 miles from the Israeli-Lebanese border.--------> SEE THEY HAVEN'T GONE THAT DEEP INTO LEBANON....RELAAAX!

In a first stage, tanks and ground forces would move up to four miles into Lebanon, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because they are not allowed to discuss government decisions with reporters.--------> SEE THEY WON'T GO THAT DEEP INTO LEBANON....RELAAAX!

Political commentator Emmanuel Rosen outlined the Security Cabinet's decision on Army Radio, saying troops would in some cases even go beyond the Litani. Justice Minister Haim Ramon, speaking on the same program, said Rosen apparently "knows what he is talking about," but declined to refer directly to the Cabinet decisions. :confused: .........wait I thought they weren't going to go that deep into Lebanon

Ramon, a member of the Security Cabinet, said he hoped the push would be completed in a week to 10 days, to create the conditions for a multinational force to deploy there. Another Cabinet minister, Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, said he expected the offensive to take up to two weeks..................SEE EVEN IF THEY GO DEEP INTO LEBANON THEY WON'T STAY THERE LONG AND ALL THIS FIGHTING WILL END SOON SO GO BUY AN SUV

Peretz said Israel would also target vehicles carrying weapons from Syria to Lebanon, but reiterated that Israel was not trying to draw Syria into the war. Israel has repeatedly accused Syria of allowing Iranian-made weapons to be shipped through its territory to Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon..............MORE LADIES WITH DONKEY CARTS TO DIE!

Syrian President Bashar Assad called on his army Monday to increase readiness to cope with "regional challenges." Travelers from Syria have reported that some reservists have been called up for military duty — a sign that Syria is concerned the fighting in Lebanon could spill over............ :rolleyes: EVIL SYRIA THIS IS ALL THEIR FAULT


Thousands of Lebanese, meanwhile, took advantage of the lull in airstrikes to make a dash for safety farther north after weeks trapped in homes in the war zone, afraid to move because of intense missile strikes on roads.

Across the south, cars and trucks packed with women and children, mattresses strapped to the roofs and white flags streaming from the windows, made their way to the coast, then turned north. They passed flattened houses, shattered trees and burned-out cars strewn on the roadside.

Some described living on a piece of candy a day and dirty water as the fighting raged.

"All the time I thought of death," said Rimah Bazzi, an American visiting from Dearborn, Mich., who spent weeks hiding with her three children and mother in the house of a local doctor in the town of Bint Jbail, scene of the heaviest fighting.

In the northern Israeli town of Nahariya, residents began emerging from shelters. Supermarkets were fuller than before and more people were in the streets, walking along the beach and shopping.


Israel said it would investigate the Qana attack, but army officials said Tuesday they did not know when findings would be released.

Olmert, meanwhile, apologized for the civilian deaths......I'M SOOOORRY ....SO SOOORRY

:-puke: "I am sorry from the bottom of my heart for all deaths of children or women in Qana," he said. "We did not search them out. ... They were not our enemies and we did not look for them."

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has said she expected a U.N. resolution for a cease-fire within a week, but also cautioned that "there's a lot of work to do." As part of a truce deal, a U.N.-mandated international force would be deployed in southern Lebanon to ensure guerrillas do not attack Israel....... :confused: SO IT WASN'T ISRAEL THAT STARTED THIS AFTER ALL! BUT THE U.S. WILL SOON BE THERE TO ENSURE PEACE

Israel wants a strong, armed force with a mandate to confront militants, and Ramon reiterated Tuesday that Israel seeks NATO involvement. Israel feels U.N. peacekeepers, deployed in south Lebanon since 1978, are at best useless..................ARE YOU READY HERE WE GO!

Hezbollah's allies Syria and Iran also quietly entered the diplomacy on Monday. Egypt was pressing Syria not to try to stop an international force in the south, diplomats in Cairo said. Iran's foreign minister traveled to Beirut for talks with his French and Lebanese counterparts.

At least 524 people have been killed in Lebanon since the fighting began, according to the Health Ministry. Fifty-one Israelis have died, including 33 soldiers and 18 civilians who died in rocket attacks................OK I'M NOT KIDDING THAT IS THE END OF THE ARTICLE!!!!..I TRIED TO SEARCH FOR THE REST OF IT BUT IT ENDS HERE!!!!!!!!!....APPARENTLY ONLY ISRAELIS DIED!!!!!! EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE 524 TOTAL!!!!!


.....one last thing .....

on FOX "NEWS" last night there was an advertisement for......and I'm not joking about this by the way.......


Krypton X

Senior Squad
CapaJr said:
its a war for profit, for a wider jewish settlement by rich capitalist jewish american companies.
Pontiakos said:
You guys should go join Mel Gibson at his rehab clinic :nape:

Contrary to what you think America is not doing it for Israel, they are retaliating for this unspeakable atrocity which Muslims have committed against their fast food chains....

even if his burgers taste like **** no one touches ronnie :(