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Saturday, August 02, 2008

150 'good terrorists' enter Israel in 'humanitarian' move

Haaretz reports that 150 'good terrorists' from Fatah were allowed to enter Israel on Saturday through the Erez and Nahal Oz crossings. The terrorists were members of the Hilles clan from the Gaza Strip. Some of them were wounded and many of them were carrying guns with 'bad terrorists' from Hamas in hot pursuit. Haaretz refers to this as a 'humanitarian' gesture.
Israeli officials said Saturday that in a humanitarian move, the Hilles clan members were allowed through the Erez and Nahal Oz border crossings between Gaza and Israel, some of them wounded, and some carrying guns, while Hamas gunmen followed and fired at them.

Clan leader and senior Fatah official Ahmed Hilles was among those who had reached Israel. He too had been wounded in the violence.
Haaretz is also reporting that eighty people were wounded in Saturday's fighting in Gaza, twelve of them children. But since it's only Muslims killing Muslims, Desmond Tutu will not be coming to investigate. And no one will thank Israel for letting more terrorists into the country (and giving them free medical treatment) either.


At 5:59 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - I can't imagine Jews ever getting a humanitarian welcome from the Palestinians. That's a strictly one-way street.


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