PDA

View Full Version : Netanyahu threatens military attacks to Gaza



sister herb
08-01-2010, 06:15 PM
[ 01/08/2010 - 03:11 PM ]



OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu said that Hamas is responsible for any attack on Israel from the Gaza Strip, adding that his government will take all necessary precautions to "defend" Israel.

Netanyahu, speaking prior to the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday, said that the world community should also share the same view.

For his part, Sylvan Shalom, the first deputy premier, said that Hamas would regret resumption of firing rockets at Israeli settlements.

He said that his government would not allow a return to the situation when rockets were fired every now and then on southern settlements, adding that resumption of firing rockets would be met with a "firm response".

For his part, Dr. Salah Bardawil, a Hamas MP, told a press conference in Gaza on Sunday that Netanyahu's statement poses as a clear threat to the Palestinian people and prepares for new massacres, asking the Arab countries and the international community to deter the ceaseless Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

He said that Hamas would exert all efforts possible to avoid a new war on Gaza but would also defend it in the event of any such attack.

Bardawil said that the Israeli claim regarding the firing of rockets from Gaza should be scrutinized, adding that the Israeli military escalation is one-sided.

He charged Israel with trying to mix up the cards in a bid to evade the world's growing demands for an end to the siege on Gaza.

http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/en/d...tXSKnLR8Xd0%3d
Reply

Login/Register to hide ads. Scroll down for more posts
Ğħαrєєвαħ
08-01-2010, 06:21 PM
SubhaanAllaah why :( killing more "Innocent" people , this makes me extremely angry, they should stop this childish behaviour immediately, its terryfing!

This needs to end, please make dua that it ends, May Allaah help the weak and destroy the evil ones out to destroy the innocent, Ameen
Reply

sister herb
08-01-2010, 06:29 PM
Bibi/Netanyahu seems to make same mistakes than Olmert.

Israel was, without doubt, the loser because


1-
From the military perspective, “the most powerful” army in the Middle East which faced only a militia group hardly advanced into the Gaza Strip’s urban areas. It faced fierce resistance and realized that the price of any military victory would be too high


2-
At the beginning of the operation, Israel announced that the operation was aimed at preventing rocket attacks by Hamas and other Palestinian groups against Israeli towns. Palestinians, however, continued striking Israeli targets, even in the last hours of the war


3-
Hamas extended the range of its rockets and managed to hit targets as far away as 60 kilometers from the Gaza Strip. In fact, the Israeli operation helped Hamas boost its military might


4-
In the course of killing civilians, the Israeli regime set up a factory for producing living time bombs which will jeopardize the security situation for Israel. Civilian casualties in any conflict always radicalize members of bereaved families. Following the massacre of civilians in Gaza, it is more likely that those Palestinians who adopted a nonviolent approach to resist the Israeli occupation, will now turn to military tactics. Keep in mind that many of them have noting to lose


5-
Israel hastily signed an agreement with the US-a third party which was not directly involved in the war-to prevent “the arm smuggling” into the Gaza Strip. The deal envisaged measures to prevent Hamas from rearming, going so far as to for example seek US assistance in policing sea routes to Gaza and providing Egypt with the equipment to destroy smuggling tunnels along its border with the coastal sliver. This was however nothing but a propaganda tactic to persuade public opinion that the war had had some achievements. Shin Bet’s announcement that Hamas will be able to rearm within a few months supports this notion. The Israeli media has also revealed that Washington has given no guarantees to Tel Aviv that Hamas would not be rearmed


6-
Hamas has vowed to restore its arsenals, dealing a blow to Israeli officials who claim that the movement has been “punished” and it knows that it cannot continue its armed campaign against Israel


7-
No high-ranking Hamas leader, except Said Siyam, was killed in the Israeli operation. In fact, it is estimated that out of more than thousands of victims of the Israeli offensive, only 95 people were Hamas members and most of them were killed on the first day of the attack when Hamas was caught off guard due to alleged betrayal of some Arab states


8-
Israel’s defeat by a small group has shattered the image of an invincible army that overpowered the army of several Arab nations in 1967. It would not be surprising if Israel’s arch foes were encouraged to settle their old score with the regime after its recent defeat. No matter what you have in your arsenals, you are considered the loser if you have been defeated in your enemy’s mind. Israel seems to have entered the spiral of decline


9-
From the political perspective, Israel’s situation is not any better than the one in the military arena. For the first time, two Israeli ambassadors were expelled, a big diplomatic humiliation for Tel Aviv


10-
The indiscriminate killing of civilians including women and children drew international condemnation to the point that the US, which always vetoes UN Security Council resolutions against Israel, was neutralized and gave in to mounting international pressure when the council voted on a binding resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire


11-
Israel’s strategy of decreasing Hamas’s popularity through putting pressure on the Gazans has obviously backfired. The Islamic movement emerged more popular than ever before after the war, because any group or person who deals a blow to Israel will be praised as a hero in the eyes of Arab nations. We witnessed the phenomenon during the 33-day war which made Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah the most popular Arab leader in the Islamic world


12-
Following the Gaza war, Mahmoud Abbas’s political life came to an end. Now, Abbas who was reportedly preparing himself for returning to Gaza after the Hamas government was toppled, has to desperately beg to political brokers to find a place for him in the political future of Palestine. If Abbas loses in the Palestinian Authority general elections - a strong possibility given the situation after the Gaza war- Israel will lose its partner for peace talks


13-
Kadima’s hopes for victory in the upcoming elections have been dashed. In other words, right-wing parties like the Likud and people like Israel Beitenu’s and Shas’s hawks will come to power, fanatics who do not even believe in peace. Israel should brace itself for days during which there would be no hope for a political solution to the current conflict


14-
The Gaza war managed another sort of uncalled for achievement for Israel: it united all Muslims and anti-Israeli parties across the world! The world has never witnessed such massive anti-Israeli rallies


15-
Hamas has set a good example for others. A small group managed to defeat the most powerful army in the Middle East. It would not be surprising if someday, we see Israel struggling to survive in a battle with a host of small or big groups and organizations which adopt military resistance as their approach


16-
The Israelis have realized that their leaders are unable to protect them; there is no safe place inside the occupied territories. It means that Israel’s worst nightmare is coming true: a dramatic rise in the rate of negative immigration followed by major demographical impacts. It could shake the foundation of the Israeli regime through changing the Jewish people to a minority group in occupied Palestine. The apprehensions about this issue have so far prompted the regime to deny Palestinian refugees the right to return to their land.

17-
After the war, the world is recognizing Hamas as a major player whose role can no longer be ignored and it cannot be excluded from any political process in the Middle East


18-
Prime Minister Ismail Haniya called the war “Forqan”, a Quranic word meaning what separates good and evil. The outcome of the war weakened those Arab states who had adopted a pro-Israeli stance. On the other hand, it also highlighted the significance of the role of pro-resistance countries including Iran and Syria. Therefore, the balance of power has changed with regards to Israel’s interests


19-
Kadima leaders made a fool of themselves and showed that they lack the qualifications required to lead the regime. Kadima, which was set up by former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to end the regime’s political deadlock, committed a political suicide by attacking Gaza


20-
The war also weakened the political base of those leaders of Islamic countries who are close to Israel. They have to face their people. The process has already started as we have witnessed demonstrations in some countries in which political or social protests are rare


21-
Despite nonstop bombing of the Gaza Strip by unconventional weapons, Gazans kept their high morale, a fact reported by Western journalists. There were no long queues of people at border crossings wanting to flee to a safe place. Inside Israeli towns, scores of people were treated for “shock” everyday. In other words, Israel has also lost the psychological war


22-
The war unfortunately fueled anti-Semitic sentiments across the world. Although attacks on Jews or their property under any pretext are certainly condemned, the fact indicates that Israel, despite paying lip service to the world Jewry, never considers the interests of the Jewish. Tel Aviv even turned down a request by 11 prominent leaders of the British Jewish community who asked the regime to stop its offensive for the sake of their security


23-
There are and will be groups which will open legal cases against Israel in international courts for its war crimes in Gaza. If Hamas had been destroyed, Israeli leaders might have been able to claim that it had been worth paying such a heavy price. But without achieving anything , how can they justify their acts which have drawn a wave of international condemnation?
Reply

TrueStranger
08-01-2010, 07:14 PM
Israel can not use disproportionate force to indiscriminately kill thousands of innocent Palestinians. They are illegally occupying East Jerusalem and the West Bank, and they have illegally placed a blockade on Gaza. Israel is choking 1.2 million innocent people, simply because they have elected Hamas to be their representative. Not to forget that the last time they have attack Gaza they have killed more than 1000 people in 19 days. The holy Land has become the graveyard of innocent people that are oppressed and occupied by a regime that commits crime with impunity.

Ya Rabbi Help the Muslims of Palestine and all the people that are oppressed and occupied by invading forces. Ameen.
Reply

Welcome, Guest!
Hey there! Looks like you're enjoying the discussion, but you're not signed up for an account.

When you create an account, you can participate in the discussions and share your thoughts. You also get notifications, here and via email, whenever new posts are made. And you can like posts and make new friends.
Sign Up
Ğħαrєєвαħ
08-01-2010, 08:06 PM
Ameen Ameen Ameen
Reply

nousername
08-02-2010, 07:33 AM
It's too bad you don't see countries such as the KSA, Jordan, Egypt, Malaysia, etc. etc. standing up and saying if israel attacks they will be their to defend Palestine... with "friends" like these, is isreal really the worst enemy??
Reply

sister herb
08-02-2010, 11:03 AM
IOF shelling in central Gaza leaves 42 citizens wounded

Source: http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/en/d...O38W0RPABFo%3d
Reply

Hey there! Looks like you're enjoying the discussion, but you're not signed up for an account.

When you create an account, you can participate in the discussions and share your thoughts. You also get notifications, here and via email, whenever new posts are made. And you can like posts and make new friends.
Sign Up

IslamicBoard

Experience a richer experience on our mobile app!