Warfare HAMAS attack on Israel, October 2023

notice how at 13 seconds her hand moves.... i mean palywood is doing quiet well these days

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notice how at 13 seconds her hand moves.... i mean palywood is doing quiet well these days

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Please don't be as stupid as an antisemitic mob, only from the other side. That's the mother's hand.
 
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Anyone with a general understanding of the region will not be surprised by this, one only has to look at Egypt's overthrow of Morsi for an example of how said countries actually deal with the Muslim Brotherhood. It's all "democratically elected" until the transition to dictatorship...
 
If there is no regime change in Turkey, I simply can’t see how the war between us is avoidable in the next 10-20 years.
 
If there is no regime change in Turkey, I simply can’t see how the war between us is avoidable in the next 10-20 years.

theyre a billion miles away ..the entire country of syria is between you ... how would they even reach you?
 
guess whos decorating the skies of leb this night

an RC-135V and a Global Hawk

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You couldn't make this custerchuff up

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IDF BRIGADE No.551 IN GAZA 01/12/23​


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Statements by the Deputy Head of the Political Bureau of Hamas, Saleh Al-Around to Al Jazeera:

- There are no negotiations now regarding the truce.

- No prisoner exchange until the end of the aggression and a comprehensive and final ceasefire.
The occupation insists that there are still women and children, and we said that we handed over our women and children.
The remaining prisoners in Gaza are soldiers and civilians who served in the occupation army.
The occupation insists that we still have women and children, and we said that we handed over all the women and children.

- We said that we are ready to exchange bodies for the bodies of martyrs, but we need time to exhume the bodies of the Israelis.
We need time to exhume the bodies of the Israelis who were killed in the occupation raids on Gaza.
The occupation decided that it did not want to resume the exchange deal with new standards.

- The older men among the detainees, for us, served in the army and some of them are still in it.
Our official position now is that there will be no exchange of prisoners before the end of the war.
 
There is a special kind of idiocy behind statements like this, around which I have an extreme difficulty to wrap my head, especially coming from the US defence establishment.
First, I don't mean to be an ass, but I don't remember Iraq war being some sort of stellar success story, from which all of us are supposed to take notes.
Second, completely different situations. In Iraq the US was the liberator (such as it was...) from an oppressive regime, which had very little popular support, and US was perceived as such and welcomed (at least in the beginning). Hamas is very much a popular movement in the Territories (and especially in Gaza), whilst Israel is the enemy. We are not trying to "liberate" anybody or "win hearts and minds", we are trying to crash an essentially massively popular movement, whose end goal is Israel complete obliteration. Nobody was trying to win hearts in minds in Japan or Germany prior to surrender, and this is where we are at.
 
There is a special kind of idiocy behind statements like this, around which I have an extreme difficulty to wrap my head, especially coming from the US defence establishment.
First, I don't mean to be an ass, but I don't remember Iraq war being some sort of stellar success story, from which all of us are supposed to take notes.
Second, completely different situations. In Iraq the US was the liberator (such as it was...) from an oppressive regime, which had very little popular support, and US was perceived as such and welcomed (at least in the beginning). Hamas is very much a popular movement in the Territories (and especially in Gaza), whilst Israel is the enemy. We are not trying to "liberate" anybody or "win hearts and minds", we are trying to crash an essentially massively popular movement, whose end goal is Israel complete obliteration. Nobody was trying to win hearts in minds in Japan or Germany prior to surrender, and this is where we are at.
And that’s just how it’s presented by bbc etc, some bad people turned up in Gaza, Israel is attacking them, but is killing civilians, who happen to be there, and Israel won’t let them leave.

All the rules of war etc, as if everyone can file a case. I really worry should we find ourselves in a real war, hopefully enough football fans will volunteer.

A lot of people also confused between policing, and war.
 

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