Posts Tagged ‘Gaza’
We’re sure that sometimes, ordinary Arabs must wish the whole of the Middle East was run by the Jews:
The life of a 17-year-old Palestinian girl from Rafah in Gaza was saved by Kaplan Medical Centre doctors after she fell from a malfunctioning ferris wheel near her home and was critically injured.
Three months after the accident, she is out of danger, but her doctors are trying to collect funds to enable her to undergo abroad a small-intestine transplant, which is unavailable here.
“I wish for peace between us and Israel,” Abir Abu-Nakira said. “Kaplan physicians saved me.” Read the rest of this entry »
We just can’t hide it – we loves us a work accident:
Palestinian sources reported Thursday that a Hamas operative was killed overnight in a massive explosion at his Rafah home.
Hamas security forces in Gaza are said to be investigating the circumstances of the blast. The man was most likely killed while preparing an explosive device.
Although clearly failing to grasp the peaceful message of Ramadan, We can only express our sincere hope that the level of attention to workplace safety demonstrated by this Hamas terrorist is also emulated as an example of best practice by Britain’s rioting community.
[Source: YNet News]
More revelations about the terrorist links and agenda of the Turkish IHH organisation, which was at the forefront of the Gaza Flotilla violence in May:
One of the activists who had taken part in the Gaza flotilla had participated in previous terror attacks, according to a recent report in the Turkish newspaper Hürriyet.
According to the report, Erdinç Tekir, who was wounded during the fighting which occurred after the IDF raided the Mavi Marmara on May 31, participated in a terrorist attack on a Russian ferry in the Black Sea in 1996.
The purpose of the attack was to bargain for the release of Chechen prisoners in Russia, and as far as is known, it was carried out by an armed group of Abkhazian/Caucasian radical Islamists, which were supported by Turkish Islamists. Read the rest of this entry »
For once it seems, EU states are co-operating with Israel to stem the fake Gaza ‘aid’ boat circus:
One of two Lebanese ships due to sail to Gaza in order to break Israel’s naval blockade postponed its departure again on Sunday, amid assessments in Jerusalem that there was now only a “low probability” that it would indeed depart.
Diplomatic officials in Jerusalem said Sunday that both Cyprus and Greece had been “forthcoming” in keeping the cargo ship, the Bolivian-flagged Mariam, from setting sail from one of their ports.
AFP reported that Samar al-Hajj, one of the organizers of the new anti-blockade effort, told a news conference in Tripoli that the “trip has not been canceled but delayed.” Read the rest of this entry »
Payback time – a suitably robust response from the IAF in retaliation for yet more mortar shellings yesterday:
Israel Air Force fighter pilots destroyed a variety of carefully selected terrorist targets in Gaza overnight in retaliation for a spate of terror attacks on Jewish communities in the western Negev, including two mortars fired at Israel from the region earlier in the day, and two Kassam rockets fired Monday.
Two IDF soldiers were wounded in Tuesday morning’s mortar fire while troops carried out engineering tasks along the Gaza security fence. The Salah ad-Din Brigades military wing of the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC) terrorist group subsequently claimed responsibility for the attack.
Full story at INN