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its relevant because its paint a good picture of if its a fair fight and whos the agressor
Originally posted by UltraMarine
reply to post by khimbar
Actually there is war going on to Down that Website as part of #opmossad . Few Minutes back it was Down but they recovered the site .
Originally posted by ISeekTruth101
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus
im not pro hamas, your putting words into my mouth, typical pro israeli tactics right there....
its relevant because its paint a good picture of if its a fair fight and whos the agressor, so dont act like it doesnt matter, because that is non-sense.....keep posting boring articles.....they mean nothing. ill stick to hard line facts that even the united nations are aware off......
On the other hand, Israel doesn't arrest threats to it's national interests. It puts a bullet in their heads. Anywhere in the world....as past history has shown. They simply kill their problems and do it with extreme prejudice
A former senior mossad official has told the Yedioth Ahronoth weekend magazine "7 Days" he was instructed to save the life of Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal following an Israeli assassination attempt in Jordan in 1996.
Mishka Ben David says he had just finished a stint as head of the Mossad's intelligence wing in Jordan when the plan to kill Mashaal was hatched and was about to take a partial study leave of absence when he was asked to play a part in a mission that was to cause one of the deepest Israeli-Jordanian political crises ever.
Well, I have to note quickly here that it sounds like you may have mistaken my message to be condemning the tactic of targeted assassination. I honestly have no problem with it under some circumstances. Very limited circumstances perhaps, but it sure beats going to war. Saddam comes to mind...as do a couple in Afghanistan. Whole wars could have been averted by the practice....very selectively.
Now it's simply not true to say Israel has not assassinated people in Europe. Of course it has.
Originally posted by detachedindividual
Originally posted by golemina
I'm sorry... I hope I didn't insert too much REALITY into this little discussion.
No, none at all as far as I can see, you're safe.
Speaking of "reality" -
Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai says "the goal of the operation is to send Gaza back to the Middle Ages. Only then will Israel be calm for 40 years," according to Israel's Haaretz website.
So Israel screams that this is about precision strikes against "militants" to the rest of the world, and then their Interior Minister openly states to Israeli press that their real goal is to bomb them back to the middle ages?
I hope I didn't give you too much reality there, I know defenders of the regime hate having to respond to the truth.
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
Here's the thing, though: Anonymous has taken up the mantle of a vigilante organization. When that happens, the inevitable questions are -
Does this group think it's above the law?
Does this group have morals we feel comfortable with?
Where does this group draw the line?
Can we count on it to do what's right, even when it wants to do otherwise?
How do we know this group is legitimate, and not a cover?
How do we know this group won't eventually work for itself, rather than the people?
Vigilante groups scare me. They can be useful, but they're also unstable. Do you want a rabid dog to guard your family?
Originally posted by christina-66
reply to post by dontreally
Ironic isn't it that Lenin, Trotsky and Marx, the fathers of socialism and communism, were all jewish or of jewish descent.