Sharon activates "kill the bastards" policy

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posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 02:49 AM
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Way to go Israelis!
Its only luck, that 100's more were not killed...


www.theaustralian.news.com.au... 3,00.html

Mossad agents sent in to kill
From The Sunday Times
December 02, 2002

AS soon as Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon learned of last Thursday's terrorist attacks in Kenya, he summoned Mossad chief Meir Dagan to a meeting that promises to have momentous consequences for the conduct of the US-led war on terror.

War had been declared on the state of Israel by the global Islamic terror syndicate, Mr Sharon told Israel's top anti-terrorist expert. Change your priorities and get the enemy one by one.

Mr Sharon's blunt order on the day of his re-election to the leadership of his right-wing Likud party will compel Mossad Israel's secret service for intelligence and special operations to resort to the kind of measures it has not taken for 30 years.

According to a well-informed source, the service has alerted sleeper agents in Saudi Arabia and Yemen to hunt down the planners of the attacks on the Israeli-owned tourist hotel and Israeli passenger plane at Mombasa.

Codenamed Warriors, these highly trained agents who volunteer to live under cover in Arab countries normally remain dormant except in wartime, when their mission is to undermine Arab preparations for strikes against Israel.

The last time such a serious order was given was in 1972. The then prime minister, Golda Meir, ordered Mossad to kill the Palestinians involved in the murder of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics. All but one were eliminated over six years.

Mr Dagan is a veteran of such operations and is reputed to have killed more than 30 Palestinian terror suspects in Gaza during the 1970s.

Mr Sharon's forceful reaction last week illustrates how seriously he views the twin terror attacks in Mombasa.

"This is a wake-up call from hell by al-Qa'ida," said Gilad Milo, an Israeli government official sent to Kenya to fly out survivors of the attack and bodies of the victims.

The Israelis have little doubt the attacks are the first by Osama bin Laden's organisation against the Jewish state. An unknown group, the Army of Palestine, claimed responsibility, and a possible link to a fundamentalist organisation such as Hezbollah has not been ruled out in Washington.

But in the absence of any clear evidence to the contrary, Israel and Kenya both blame al-Qa'ida for the Mombasa attacks. Mr Milo said a direct line connected the September 11 terror attacks on the US to the Bali bombings and the strikes in Mombasa.

Two Mossad teams were sent to strengthen the organisation's Nairobi station and to pursue potential targets in east Africa.

Within Mossad, Israel's dramatic entry into the war against Bin Laden had a mixed reception. "If bin Laden was involved in the Kenya attack, this man is a walking corpse," said one agent. "The price tag on Jewish blood is very high."

Others criticised Mossad's decision to activate the Warriors as overkill. One source said: "Muslim terrorism is not a critical threat to the state of Israel. We should keep these people for an all-out war."

Only time will tell whether Israel is squandering the most extraordinary weapon in its intelligence arsenal. None of the Israeli tourists who endured last week's horrors think so. They believe the terrorists have crossed a new threshold.

It may be that bin Laden has decided to make propaganda gains from the anger felt by many of the world's 1.2 billion Muslims over Israel's repeated crackdowns on Palestinians.

So far Israel has conspicuously stayed out of Washington's war on terror, and President George W. Bush has struggled to distance the US-led campaign from any link to the Palestinian question.

Some analysts believe bin Laden wants to provoke an Israeli military response that would discourage Arab governments from signing up to a US-led war on Iraq.

With Mossad joining the war on terror and the hunt for bin Laden, it remains to be seen whether the al-Qa'ida leader has pulled off a strategic masterstroke or whether he has fatally miscalculated.

[Edited on 4-12-2002 by Netchicken]




posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 05:02 AM
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And if you substitute "Sharon" for "Al Qaida" in the last 3 clauses, N-C, you could make precisely the same statement about Sharon's posturing ahead of the next election.
It's a remarkable coincidence that the Kenyan incident occurred when it did so that he could make this hawkish eye-for-an-eye speech, when he did.
Since far more Kenyans died, perhaps they'll be setting Masai warriors onto Al Qaida, too.

[Edited on 4-12-2002 by Estragon]



posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 05:05 AM
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And is there anyone on earth who believes that Mossad has been respecting the law for the last 30 years? -I'd be surprised if they haven't murdered someone within the last 30 minutes.
"Super Gun" Bull, for example?



posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 05:16 AM
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yeah but we can say the same thing about the FBI, CIA, MI5 etc etc



posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 07:38 AM
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and the pertinence of that little nugget of advanced logic would be what, precisely, Lupe?



posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 08:25 AM
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That we currently live in a situation right and wrong, good and evil are no longer defined by the individual morality of the act but by the polotics of those witnessing them.

Hence an american ambassedor is assasinated by Al quaida = bad
we intend to assasinate the priminister of Iraq = good
Saddam might have weapons of mass destruction = bad
The US drops 2 atomic bombs = good
We spy on the chinese = good
They spy on us = bad

I find it amusing that we try to argue which new international atrocity is worse than the other in the light of such huge global hypocracy.



posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by Estragon
And if you substitute "Sharon" for "Al Qaida" in the last 3 clauses, N-C, you could make precisely the same statement about Sharon's posturing ahead of the next election.
It's a remarkable coincidence that the Kenyan incident occurred when it did so that he could make this hawkish eye-for-an-eye speech, when he did.
Since far more Kenyans died, perhaps they'll be setting Masai warriors onto Al Qaida, too.

[Edited on 4-12-2002 by Estragon]


What do you try to suggest Estragon ? The mossad is responsible for this terrorists act ?



posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 09:20 AM
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Originally posted by Estragon
And if you substitute "Sharon" for "Al Qaida" in the last 3 clauses, N-C, you could make precisely the same statement about Sharon's posturing ahead of the next election.
It's a remarkable coincidence that the Kenyan incident occurred when it did so that he could make this hawkish eye-for-an-eye speech, when he did.
Since far more Kenyans died, perhaps they'll be setting Masai warriors onto Al Qaida, too.

[Edited on 4-12-2002 by Estragon]


What can I say ? Wait....




posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 06:51 PM
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posted on Dec, 4 2002 @ 10:53 PM
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Interesting expressionism.
I agree with Estragon 100% in this.
UP, you assume that governments have the same respect for life that you do (bless you). They don't care who loses life, their own people or others, as long as it promotes their agendas. I think any war is a good example of that.



posted on Dec, 5 2002 @ 04:19 AM
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Originally posted by Ma-Ha-Bone

They don't care who loses life, their own people or others, as long as it promotes their agendas. I think any war is a good example of that.


Yeah, I know...


Necro99, are you drunk ?



posted on Dec, 5 2002 @ 01:56 PM
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Necro, the swastika is four L's, Luck, Light, Love, Life. That's why hitler used it, for he was superstitous. He wanted luck.

Also, not drunk, completely wasted? Putting Jews and Nazi's together? No, not going to happen.



posted on Dec, 5 2002 @ 02:47 PM
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Regardless of what the swastika actually symbolizes (since it is far older than nazi germany) your statement or picture game above is both insensitive and moronic. It is incredibly sickening to see those signs at palestinian protests as well. I understand many people consider Israeli policies to be wrong, and perhaps heavy handed but equating that with the holocaust is wrong. Next time find a more civilized way to express your distaste with a government's policies. One would assume that the members of this site, based on the site's purpose, would be intelligent enough to express themselves normally. Give it a try, you'll be surprised at how differently people will react to you.



posted on Dec, 10 2002 @ 08:59 AM
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To hell with the holocaust its not what im talking about, they are doing the same thing 2 palestinians that the germns done to them.





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