Posts Tagged ‘Hamastan’
..and the missiles still rain in on Israel. More lies and misdirection from the ‘Palestine’ industry and ‘Humanitarian Crisis Gaza’, exposed:
The IDF’s Coordinator of Government Activities in Judea and Samaria, Major General Eitan Dangot, revealed last week that more than 60 rockets and mortar shells out of 460 rockets and mortar shells fired in the past year at the northern Negev from the Gaza Strip, were aimed directly at the land crossings from Israel into Gaza.
Dangot made the comments during a briefing to foreign reporters in Jerusalem, in which he explained how Israel assists Gaza’s citizens. He said that Israel has invested over 50 million shekels in renovating and increasing the capacity of the Kerem Shalom crossing, the crossing through which most of the goods enter Gaza.
Dangot presented to the foreign journalists a long list of relief measures taken by Israel to help the Gaza Strip since the Cabinet decision of June 2010, in which it was decided to increase the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Strip. Read the rest of this entry »
The luck of the Irish? Or mini-sub-riding aqua-Jooz? Yes it’s Gaza ‘Aid’ Flotilla season again…
Irish group pulls out of flotilla due to alleged sabotage, for which they are blaming Israel; others are getting ready to receive the call instructing them to start sailing.
With two ships sabotaged – the Irish ship is in no condition to sail and the Swedish-Greek-Norwegian Giuliano is still being repaired – the impulse is to depart from port and wait for the rest at sea, along with the French ship that sailed Saturday. This is also the wish of all those on the Tahrir, the Canadian ship with its 50 passengers.
The backpacks allowed on deck are half-packed, in a state of near readiness. The lists of telephone numbers are ready, in case there’s a need to rush for a quick departure. Read the rest of this entry »
Note to Flotidiots: No need for any more of your Loser Cruisers:
Deputy ICRC head in Strip notes Gazan supermarkets have food, slams Hamas rocket fire, but says Israel should let more materials in.
The Gaza Strip is not suffering from a humanitarian crisis, the deputy head of the Red Cross in Gaza said this week.
Mathilde Redmatn, who had been assigned to Congo and Colombia in the past, said that the “fabric of life” in the region was problematic.
“There are two peoples, one living under closure and one living under daily rocket fire, which violates international law,” she said. Her comments were made available on Thursday by the IDF Spokesman’s Office. Read the rest of this entry »
Gaza Koranimals strike again, as a 16 year-old boy injured when Muslim terrorists fired an anti-tank missile at a school bus in the Negev near the Gaza border, dies of his devastating injuries:
Daniel Viflic, 16, was critically injured when the school bus he was riding on was directly hit by an anti-tank missile fired from Gaza Strip.
The 16-year-old boy who was injured in the anti-tank missile attack on a school bus in the Negev by Hamas terrorists 10 days ago, died on Sunday after a steady decline to critical condition.
Viflic suffered severe head trauma and was artificially respirated at the scene after the bus sustained a direct hit by a missile. He was rushed to Soroka University Medical Center Hospital in Beersheba, where his family has been holding vigil for the past ten days. On April 12, the severity of his condition was upgraded to extremely critical and doctors expressed concern that he had suffered irreparable brain damage.
The anti-tank missile hit the bus moments after most of the children got off, while it was traveling near Kibbutz Sa’ad, about 2.5 km. from the Gaza Strip. Just two people were on onboard when it was hit – the driver, who was lightly injured, and the boy, who was en route to visit his grandmother.
The South has been barraged by more than 120 rockets and mortars in recent weeks. Last week, an informal UN-brokered cease-fire went into effect, but the quiet remained shaky. Two Grad rockets exploded separately in the cities of Ashdod and Ashkelon over the weekend, which was followed by IDF strikes on Hamas facilities in the Strip.
“We succeeded in postponing a large-scale conflict with Hamas but that conflict is likely inevitable,” one senior IDF officer said on last week.
There is no further comment necessary, except perhaps to ask you to reflect on the fact that that some people (including a large proportion of the world’s political élites) think these people deserve a state.
Our sympathy to this innocent child’s poor parents.
[Source: Jerusalem Post]
We’re surprised Israel even allows Britain to run a tourism office there these days, let alone two major diplomatic missions:
Employees of the British consulate in Jerusalem were arrested by Israeli police investigating a planned terror attack on a sports stadium, it has emerged.
Two Palestinians were charged by a court on Sunday with planning a rocket attack on Teddy Stadium, home to the Beitar football team.
Three more Palestinians, two of them maintenance men employed by the British Consulate General, were arrested on suspicion of supplying them with guns. All five were arrested in November but the details have only now emerged following Sunday’s court hearing. Read the rest of this entry »