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posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:03 PM
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That's a big stretch from "US troops securing the Gaza border!!!" that you claimed. Those are Engineer offices working on that tunnel problem; it's not like the 1st Cav is patrolling the border.


That may be true, but remember how the Viet Nam war started. We started sending "advisers" to Viet Nam. Then we sent engineers, and before you know it, we had hundreds of thousands of troops there, with more than 50,000 dead American troops, and over 1 million Vietnamese casualties. It's a very slippery slope.




posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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Oh... No, its not 101 Airborne, or Marines either... Not even Delta Force!

But US military, by its official members using US uniforms, who are serving in Gaza border, are giving and taking orders, and by their acts US is also directly influencing to outcome of this operation and situation.

fact.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by JanusFIN

US peoples are funding the war

US-Israeli partnership
www.bworldonline.com...


So? We are partners with a lot of countries.


Originally posted by JanusFIN
End U.S. Military Aid to Israel!
www.socialistalternative.org...


How about a source a little more "mainstream" instead of a Socialist website?



Originally posted by JanusFIN
US president is following Israels orders
www.presstv.ir...§ionid=351020202


Oh, yeah, Iranian Press TV isn't biased.




Originally posted by JanusFIN
- Using artillery projectiles against Urban unevacuated are is war crime.


Are you sure it was "unevacuated?


Originally posted by JanusFIN
- Using WP ammunitions is war crime.


It's not. Using WP is OK, just not against civilians or military embedded with civilians. There is a difference.


Originally posted by JanusFIN
- Using surpressing tankfire in highly populated area with multiple units, without making no status check from targets is war crime.


Are you sure they didn't?



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:08 PM
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Originally posted by JanusFIN
Oh... No, its not 101 Airborne, or Marines either... Not even Delta Force!

But US military, by its official members using US uniforms, who are serving in Gaza border, are giving and taking orders, and by their acts US is also directly influencing to outcome of this operation and situation.

fact.


OK, you're right. A handful of engineer officers, probably armed with sidearms and M4s or M16s, are holding the border of Gaza, keeping back the hoards.

Those guys aren't influencing a damn thing.



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:12 PM
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Your first link is labeled as an editorial opinion piece, not as news. The last two are not labeled as op-eds, but certainly read as such.

As for the definition of war crimes, how about firing rockets into civilian areas without provocation? Is there a mention of that?

I repeat, war is hell and this is not ours. If you are looking for US sympathy for the Gaza residents, try sending some our way next time we have a disaster. I'm a bit tired of being disrespected simply for being an American, except when someone needs us.

Peace and good night.

TheRedneck



posted on Jan, 14 2009 @ 10:18 PM
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I wish there would be more true warriors in IDF! - Something to heal the wounds.

We're very sorry for it


January 15, 2009 Edition 1

Apache helicopter pilot Captain Orr, who has flown dozens of combat missions over Gaza the past few weeks, on Tuesday said he felt sorry for civilian casualties and had aborted missions to avoid them.

He and his fellow pilots are responsible for the vast majority of damage and casualties in Gaza, since Israel launched its Cast Lead offensive on December 27 to stop the near-daily rocket fire against southern Israeli towns and cities. But they are also the most effective weapon in Israel's arsenal against Hamas militants in Gaza.

Captain Orr (25), felt that aborting some of his targets for fear of harming civilians were among his proudest achievements. "The ones I remember are when I have locked in on a target and I fire and then at the last second I see a child in my cross hairs and I divert the missile," he said. "That leaves a mark."

www.thestar.co.za...

I hope those tank crews are sorry also some day...

Mod Edit: External Source Tags – Please Review This Link.



[edit on 14/1/2009 by Mirthful Me]



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 12:05 AM
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Originally posted by JanusFIN
I wish there would be more true warriors in IDF! - Something to heal the wounds.

We're very sorry for it


January 15, 2009 Edition 1

Apache helicopter pilot Captain Orr, who has flown dozens of combat missions over Gaza the past few weeks, on Tuesday said he felt sorry for civilian casualties and had aborted missions to avoid them.

He and his fellow pilots are responsible for the vast majority of damage and casualties in Gaza, since Israel launched its Cast Lead offensive on December 27 to stop the near-daily rocket fire against southern Israeli towns and cities. But they are also the most effective weapon in Israel's arsenal against Hamas militants in Gaza.

Captain Orr (25), felt that aborting some of his targets for fear of harming civilians were among his proudest achievements. "The ones I remember are when I have locked in on a target and I fire and then at the last second I see a child in my cross hairs and I divert the missile," he said. "That leaves a mark."

www.thestar.co.za...

I hope those tank crews are sorry also some day...

Mod Edit: External Source Tags – Please Review This Link.



[edit on 14/1/2009 by Mirthful Me]


Thanks for posting evidence that the IDF soldiers are compassionate.
HAMAS aims their rockets intentionally at civillians.
Night and day comparison.
These HAMAS sympathizers are so dimwitted they are aiding Isreal, gotta love it.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 12:17 AM
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From the same article which you failed to c&p here:



Hamas fighters have worn civilian clothing while fighting Israeli troops, using schools, mosques and crowded residential areas for cover, making it hard to keep ordinary residents out of harm's way.

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"We work very hard to keep civilian casualties as low as possible," he said. "Each missile we shoot is pinpointed to the very metre we want it to go."

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Only at the end of a long day, did he allow himself to think about it. "We're aware that in this war, besides a lot of enemies that are being harmed, there are also a few uninvolved civilians in Gaza that are being harmed," he said.

"We're very sorry for it, not only me as the soldier in the aircraft, but also all the people in the country."

He said he has seen Hamas use civilians as its human shields, and he has held his fire in such cases. But he added that all those who accused Israel of targeting civilians were mistaken and misled by what they saw on TV. He personally has called off many airstrikes, even at the risk of letting a rocket-launcher get away, for fear of harming an innocent woman or a child. He said by doing so, he was following both his military orders and his own conscience.




[edit on 1/15/2009 by greeneyedleo]



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 12:18 AM
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I'm sure that there ARE IDF soldiers that are compassionate, and I applaud that. On the other hand, the leaders of the Israeli military are far from that:

www.counterpunch.org...


Is Israel Using Experimental Weapons in Gaza? By JONATHAN COOK
Nazareth.
Concerns about Israel’s use of non-conventional and experimental weapons in the Gaza Strip are growing, with evasive comments from spokesmen and reluctance to allow independent journalists inside the tiny enclave only fuelling speculation. The most prominent controversy is over the use of shells containing white phosphorus, which causes horrific burns when it comes into contact with skin. Under international law, phosphorus is allowed as a smokescreen to protect soldiers but treated as a chemical weapon when used against civilians. The Israeli army maintains that it is using only weapons authorised in international law, though human rights groups have severely criticised Israel for firing phosphorus shells over densely populated areas of Gaza. But there might be other unconventional weapons Israel is using out of sight of the watching world. One such munition may be Dime, or dense inert metal explosive, a weapon recently developed by the US army to create a powerful and lethal blast over a small area. The munition is supposed to still be in the development stage and is not yet regulated. There are fears, however, that Israel may have received a green light from the US military to treat Gaza as a testing ground. “We have seen Gaza used as a laboratory for testing what I call weapons from hell,” said David Halpin, a retired British surgeon and trauma specialist who has visited Gaza on several occasions to investigate unusual injuries suffered by Gazans. “I fear the thinking in Israel is that it is in its interests to create as much mutilation as possible to terrorise the civilian population in the hope they will turn against Hamas.” Gaza’s doctors, including one of the few foreigners there, Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian specialist in emergency medicine working at Al Shifa hospital in Gaza City, report that many of the injuries they see are consistent with the use of Dime. Wounds from the weapon are said to be distinctive. Those exposed to the blast have severed or melted limbs, or internal ruptures, especially to soft tissue such as the abdomen, that often lead to death. There is said to be no shrapnel apart from a fine “dusting” of minute metal particles on damaged organs visible when autopsies are carried out. Survivors of a Dime blast are at increased risk of developing cancer, according to research carried out in the United States.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 02:30 AM
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The brain washing also goes on from Israel too,both sides are not blemish free

*noangels*



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 04:11 AM
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absolutly amazing - you can deduce all that just from watching a web cam - priceles



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 04:17 AM
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The real question is why are you up all night watching live cams of war if you are so easily upset?

Kinda destroying your own mental health aren't you?



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 10:56 AM
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this thread needs to be deleted. i dont see any massive tank battle against civilians at all. this thread is false claims and we have to deny ignorance here, so delete this topic now



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 02:56 PM
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Now Green, don't be using his own links too show him he's wrong. Hamas would never use civillians... Oh wait, there's video of Hamas using children as meat shields... Hamas would never wear... Wait, Hamas doesn't wear a uniform because it would make it easier too kill them. Also, now that OBL has publically declared Hamas as great terrorists will they still support Hamas?



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by Swatman
this thread needs to be deleted. i dont see any massive tank battle against civilians at all. this thread is false claims and we have to deny ignorance here, so delete this topic now


Wouldn't that be making more ignorance?

Israel has barred all press from Gaza, and recently bombed another press building.

All we have to go by in this particular story is a webcam, which is a shame.

Israel is generating the biggest load of ignorance in all of this, and the fawning over Israel in this thread with lines such as "kicking ass" is really quite pathetic.

US made weapons vs. some homemade rockets, wow, I wonder who would "win" that one...





posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 03:05 PM
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Originally posted by mattguy404
US made weapons vs. some homemade rockets, wow, I wonder who would "win" that one...


Doesn't matter. As I said before, trying coming to grips with a "homemade" rocket that just killed your kids, or blew your arms off.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 06:51 PM
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According to bible prophecy there is not one nation that will defeat Israel,and All nations will come against it before it ends.

Israel is protected by God (the real one) and it will be proven time and time again in the coming years.

This right now is the beginning of Psalm 83 (arab confederacy attack) and Israel will soundly defeat every one of them. Besides the US and divine protection they have a 3 million man army with 600,000 reservists and state-of-the art technology.

edit for spelling

[edit on 15-1-2009 by seabisquit]



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:11 PM
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I am beginning to question my sanity, as this OP, time and again, sounds just exactly, not similar to, but EXACTLY like Baghdad Bob.

Am I the only one?

I see BS, piled on top of BS, stacked and packed on top of BS.

Your X-ray vision and probing mind able to see through dark, haze, smoke, and across large distances is incredible.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 11:20 PM
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Since the fighting is at night we can't really see what they're hitting, this image here should clear things up, located using the daylight footage:

img405.imageshack.us...

As you can see, its deep in Gaza City, highly populated area.



posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 09:15 AM
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btw..is it available now?? it doesn connect...or did they stop streaming??





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