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Spy for Israel: Jets drop recruitment leaflets over Gaza Strip

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posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 07:33 PM
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Spy for Israel: Jets drop recruitment leaflets over Gaza Strip


www.maannews.net

Gaza - Ma'an - Israeli airplanes dropped leaflets calling for Gazans to inform their military of the whereabouts of projectile launchers in return for aid and assistance.

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posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 07:33 PM
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The papers were found by the thousands all over Gaza on Friday morning and bear the signature of the Israeli military.

The leaflet reads:

To the residents of the Gaza Strip,

Take responsibility for your fate!

If you wish to provide help and assistance to your people in the sector, call the number below to provide us with the needed information. The projectile launchers and the terrorist elements pose a threat to you and your families.

The power to stop the massacre is in your hands.
Don’t hesitate!

We will be glad to receive any information you have and it is not necessary to give us your personal information.

Your anonymity is guaranteed.

Call us at the following number:
02-5839749

Or you can e-mail us at: helpgaza2008@gmail.com to provide us with any information on the terrorist factions.

Note: To protect your safety, we ask you to be secretive when you call us.

Head of the Israeli Defense Forces

Israel has used similar tactics on several occasions, most recently during their 2006 war in Lebanon and earlier in 2003 during an attack on the West Bank. The fliers are meant to shake the civilian population and crush the spirit of the ‘home front.’

Israeli military personnel have also cut into the Voice of Al-Quds radio station in Gaza and broadcast announcements to Gazans that convey a message similar to the leaflets.

At the same time, the Al-Qassam Brigades, which is affiliated with Hamas, has managed to cut into Israeli military radio channels and broadcast statements in Hebrew warning soldiers against entering the Gaza Strip.

It is not clear whether or not Google is aware of Israel's usage of its GMail program for military purposes. Calls to its headquarters in California seeking comment on Friday were not immediately returned.









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posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 08:55 PM
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Good war tactic, use the enemy for your own advantage.



posted on Jan, 2 2009 @ 09:09 PM
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I think Israel is doing this to throw the dogs off of Fatah. Evidence is building that Fatah is helping Israel and this could be a deadly sin and betrayal in the eyes of Arabs.




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