Author Topic: Scores die in Israeli air strikes  (Read 592 times)

Elano

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Re: Scores die in Israeli air strikes
« Reply #45 on: January 06, 2009, 11:16:25 AM »

I'm 250% down with Israel  8)

Of course you are,  italo-georgian. Israel supplied Georgia with weapons in the Ausgust war last year.


P.S:      FUCK ISRAEL AND EVERY FAGGOT DOWN WITH THEM   

fool,i'm not georgian  :D  :sshh: :psych:
 

CantCme213

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Re: Scores die in Israeli air strikes
« Reply #46 on: January 07, 2009, 11:17:03 AM »

I'm 250% down with Israel  8)

Of course you are,  italo-georgian. Israel supplied Georgia with weapons in the Ausgust war last year.


P.S:      FUCK ISRAEL AND EVERY FAGGOT DOWN WITH THEM   

fool,i'm not georgian  :D  :sshh: :psych:

But you are a faggot !   :-X
 

Elano

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Re: Scores die in Israeli air strikes
« Reply #47 on: January 07, 2009, 11:22:52 AM »

I'm 250% down with Israel  8)

Of course you are,  italo-georgian. Israel supplied Georgia with weapons in the Ausgust war last year.


P.S:      FUCK ISRAEL AND EVERY FAGGOT DOWN WITH THEM   

fool,i'm not georgian  :D  :sshh: :psych:

But you are a faggot !   :-X
you live in the land of the fags,STFU
 

Jared Taylor

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Re: Scores die in Israeli air strikes
« Reply #48 on: January 07, 2009, 12:59:53 PM »
you live in the land of the fags,STFU

Ireland?
 

Furor Teutonicus

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Re: Scores die in Israeli air strikes
« Reply #49 on: January 08, 2009, 01:03:14 AM »

Do you have an education? Have you left the country?

Yep. I graduated from Yale, speak English, French, and Japanese, and have been across the world. I was in Israel a few years back, in fact, and Algeria fairly recently.

And I know you can't say the same.


Uhh, impressive, I   speak Spanish, Korean, German, Italian and know Sign Language. Plus I can communicate with animals.
 

Elano

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Re: Scores die in Israeli air strikes
« Reply #50 on: January 08, 2009, 04:03:20 AM »
FUCK LEBANON

Attack on Israel from Lebanon threatens 2nd front

JERUSALEM – Lebanese militants fired at least three rockets into Israel early Thursday, threatening to open a new front for the Jewish state as it pushed forward with a bloody offensive in the Gaza Strip that has killed nearly 700 people.

Two people were lightly injured, and the rockets that exploded in Israel's north raised the specter of renewed hostilities with Hezbollah, just 2 1/2 years after Israel battled the guerrilla group to a 34-day stalemate. Hezbollah started the 2006 war as Israel was battling Palestinian militants in Gaza.

No group claimed responsibility and Lebanon's government, wary of conflict, quickly condemned the rocket fire. Israel fired mortar shells into southern Lebanon in response.

For a second straight day, Israel said it suspended is Gaza military operation for three hours to allow in humanitarian supplies.

In new fighting Thursday, Israel killed at eight people, including five militants, raising the death toll from its 13-day offensive to 696 people, according to Palestinian medical officials.

The offensive is meant to halt years of Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel, but with roughly half the dead believed to be civilians, international efforts to broker a cease-fire have been gaining steam.

One of the Lebanese rockets went through the roof of a retirement home in Nahariya, about five miles from the border, and exploded in the kitchen as some 25 residents were eating breakfast in the adjacent dining hall. One resident suffered a broken leg, another bruises, apparently from slipping on the floor after emergency sprinklers came on.

"The rocket entered through the roof, hurling the water heaters into the air. It went through bedrooms upstairs and then into the kitchen. There was a serious blast," said Henry Carmelli, the home's manager.

About three hours later, air-raid sirens went off again. Residents in two northern towns reported explosions of incoming rockets, though some reports suggested there had been a false alarm. Police said they were searching for the fallen projectiles.

Israel has repeatedly said it was prepared for a possible attack on the north since it launched its bruising campaign against Hamas militants in Gaza on Dec. 27. Israel has mobilized thousands of reserve troops for such a scenario, and leaders have warned Hezbollah of dire consequences if it enters the fighting.

Lebanese Prime Minister Fuad Saniora condemned both the attacks and Israel's retaliatory fire. The attacks are "the work of parties who stand to lose from the continued stability in Lebanon," Saniora said.

Hezbollah, which did not comment, has said it does not want to draw Lebanon into a new war. Small Palestinian groups, who have rocketed Israel twice since the end of the 2006 war, have recently threatened to open a new front against Israel if the fighting in Gaza continued.

An Israeli Cabinet minister, Meir Sheetrit, suggested that Lebanese splinter groups, not Hezbollah, were responsible. He said the government had no interest in renewing hostilities.

"Even though we have the ability to respond with great force, the response needs to be carefully considered and responsible," Sheetrit told Army Radio. "We don't need to play into their hands."

Shortly after the first rockets fell around the town of Nahariya, five miles south of the Lebanese border, Lebanese TV stations reported Israeli mortar fire on open areas in southern Lebanon. The Israeli military confirmed it carried out "pinpoint fire" in response without elaborating.

Israeli defense commentators said they expected the incident to be a one-time show of solidarity with the Palestinians, not a declaration of war. Still, police said public bomb shelters throughout the north were opened.

Palestinians reported some two dozen airstrikes in Gaza on Thursday. One militant was killed and 10 wounded in Gaza City, while an airstrike in northern Gaza three members of a rocket-launching cell, Palestinian medical officials said. The attack took place about 150 yards from a hospital and wounded 12 bystanders. The Israeli army has repeatedly said militants use civilian areas for cover.

Also, there were clashes between Israeli armored forces and Hamas militants in southern Gaza.

The Israeli offensive has reduced Palestinian rocket fire, but not stopped it altogether. Several barrages were reported Thursday, including one strike that damaged a school and sports center in the southern city of Ashkelon, police said. Both buildings were empty.

For a second day, Israel's Defense Ministry said the offensive was halted for three hours to allow Gaza residents to stock up on supplies and to allow aid shipments into the besieged area. Ministry spokesman Peter Lerner also said some 300 Palestinian holders of foreign passports would be allowed to leave.

The lull appears to be in response to international pressure on Israel to try relieve civilian suffering in Gaza. U.N. spokesman Chris Gunness said three hours was "wholly inadequate" and would not be enough to relieve widespread food and water shortages.

After Wednesday's lull, Israel quickly resumed its offensive, bombing suspected smuggling tunnels near the border with Egypt after Hamas responded with a rocket barrage. Israeli planes destroyed at least 16 empty houses.

The tunnels are Hamas' lifeline, used to bring in arms, money and basic goods. Israel says local homes are used to conceal the tunnels.