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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Al-Beeb inadvertently shows precision of Israeli strikes

Al-Beeb published a story on Saturday that inadvertently showed that (a) Hamas builds terror installations among civilians, (b) Israel is not targeting civilians and (c) Israel is remarkably precise in its airstrikes (Hat Tip: Anat via Little Green Footballs).
And yet, look what the Israelis did -- the reporter was standing on his balcony, a mere 20 meters from "one of the compounds" and he saw "the Israeli airplanes hitting the place" and leaving him, still standiing on his balcony. And why did he stay on his balcony during all this? Because, despite the stories of they wish us all to believe, their own actions and attitudes bespeak their real understanding. They call the Israelis Nazis, but clamor to be treated in Israeli hospitals by those same "Nazis." They call the Israelis murderers, but whenever a group of Arabs wants to flee another group of Arabs -- those "Palestinians" who fled from King Hussein's Bedouin troops during the crackdown on Black September -- they try to ford the Jordan, arms raised, hoping desperately that they will be allowed to surrender to the Israeli "killers."

And here, on his balcony, in the full security of knowing how careful the Israelis are, this Arab reporter stands, and sees the bombing, some twenty meters away, of one of those military targets that the Israelis aimed for, and hit, and once again, showed the world that denounces them -- what other country, anywhere, has engaged in such spectacularly pinpoint bombing designed to spare all but strictly military targets, even with those targets deliberately having been placed smack in the middle of, cheek by jowl with, civilian apartment buildings, schools, hospitals.
Read the whole thing.

The original al-Beeb story is here.


At 4:04 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel needs to do the opposite to eliminate Hamas. "Havlaga" is neither Jewish nor humane. It does not annihilate the enemy. It is beyond stupid.


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