Warfare HAMAS attack on Israel, October 2023

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lol, this donkey never learned her lesson the 1st and 2nd time she was detained....... cause israel was too good with her...... this time... i think she realized that when you play stupid games you win bum f*k prizes...... lol , shell definitley think a billion times before doing something stupid next time

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Yeah sure, in the north after the clearing operation is finished and Hamas is removed from the north. Put the aid centers there. Get the engineers to put in good helicopter landings. Ramp up some beach landing spots for supplies, etc.

Hamas is going down. Israel has been 100% clear on this. Whether you agree or disagree is irrelevant at this point. This is going to happen. Might as well gear up for reality no matter what your opinion.


well , i really hope so, all this cease fire is bad for israel.....now ben has given his word that hamas will never be ...hopefully he means by military action and not by some beta cuckness deal enforced on israel by the u.s and europe

and another thing.... israel promised qatar that itll not take down hamas operatives in qatar.... thats another mistake.... israel shouldnt negotiate one bit on hamas ,hezbola or iran..... blood for blood
 
lol, this donkey never learned her lesson the 1st and 2nd time she was detained....... cause israel was too good with her...... this time... i think she realized that when you play stupid games you win bum f*k prizes...... lol , shell definitley think a billion times before doing something stupid next time

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I'm sure as soon as he wasn't seen by the cameras he immediately got much better... After all, this is a land of miracles. And Pallywood's, of course.
 
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Two brothers from East Jerusalem aged 38 and 30. Round up the rest of their family, bulldoze the houses and dump them in Gaza.

amazing how they know that their evil deeds will effect their family and yet they do it with zero remorse.
 
TEL AVIV—As Israeli forces prepare for a renewed offensive targeting Hamas’s top leaders in the Gaza Strip, Israeli military and political leaders are confronting the challenge of what to do about the thousands of fighters that represent the group’s power base.
To address that challenge, some Israeli and U.S. officials are discussing the idea of expelling thousands of lower-level militants from the Palestinian enclave as a way to shorten the war. The idea is reminiscent of the U.S.-brokered deal that allowed Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and thousands of fighters to flee Beirut during Israel’s 1982 siege of the Lebanese capital.
The prospect of expelling Hamas fighters is part of evolving Israeli and American talks about who will run Gaza when the war ends and what can be done to ensure that the territory can never be used to stage another attack on Israel like the one on Oct. 7, the worst in the nation’s history.
One proposal for how to govern a post-Hamas Gaza, developed by the Israeli military’s think tank and viewed by The Wall Street Journal, would start with the creation of what it calls “Hamas-free safe zones” that would be ruled by a new Gaza authority backed by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Separate U.S.-Israeli discussions about moving Hamas fighters and their families out of the Gaza Strip aim to provide some Hamas fighters with an exit strategy and make it easier to rebuild Gaza once the fighting ends.
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The military, meanwhile, has developed the separate proposal that envisions the creation of a “Gaza Restoration Authority,” backed by Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E., that would be charged with rebuilding a Hamas-free Gaza Strip.
That proposal is mostly a starting point for discussions that face huge obstacles, including the U.S. position, opposed by Israel, that any postwar government in Gaza should be linked to the Palestinian Authority. It would also require buy-in from Saudi Arabia and the U.A.E. The Israeli military declined to comment on its proposal.
Interesting idea Israel is developing to possibly deal with Hamas and Gaza post-war. I don't know why the US cares so much about the PA being involved in Gaza. The PA most likely remains corrupt and ineffective.
 
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That's some fast reaction by the "good guys with guns". Is that a civilian responder on the left side coming in towards the car before the ones on the right side open up fully?
 
The PA most likely remains corrupt and ineffective.
Corrupt and ineffective. Two words that most accurately describe the Biden administration.

That's why. Great minds think alike. And so do criminal minds.
 
That's some fast reaction by the "good guys with guns". Is that a civilian responder on the left side coming in towards the car before the ones on the right side open up fully?
I wondered if the guy on the left was a defender. In chaos like this it is hard to tell.

From Reuters: "The attackers, Palestinians from East Jerusalem, were shot dead by off-duty soldiers and an armed civilian, police said. At least eight people were also wounded in the shooting."

AcFo SWAG: That guy on the left rushed straight in and mag dumped the port side bad guy. Then had to Bugs Bunny his way out when the two IDF guys opened up.
 

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