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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Hamas in Gaza gets new target

Hamas in Gaza should have a new target to try to blow up soon. The IDF is constructing an oil pipeline from Israel into the Gaza Strip. But this pipeline isn't meant to carry crude oil. It's meant to carry diesel fuel and cooking oil so that 'humanitarian aid' can be provided to the 'Palestinians' without endangering Israeli lives.

So why would Hamas and their fellow terrorists want to blow the pipeline up? Because Hamas wants to create artificial suffering for the 'Palestinians' to gain more Western sympathy and because Hamas wants to endanger Israeli lives. Of course.
Israel began construction of an underground pipeline on Tuesday that will deliver diesel fuel and cooking oil to the southern Gaza Strip.

The decision to build the pipeline followed the suggestion of the political echelon, the IDF said.

Israeli and Palestinian construction crews will both work on the project, the army added.

"The IDF will continue to work to improve the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip," a statement released on Tuesday said.
Anyone want to bet how long it will take from completion for the 'Palestinians' to try to blow it up? I'd say no more than three days.


At 10:38 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The mindless stupidity of the political echelon is just infuriating. Israel is the only country in the world that would supply an enemy which doesn't think twice about killing Jews with cooking fuel. Which has other uses besides cooking.

Whoever thought it up, his head should roll along with his political bosses in the Defense Ministry.

No We Can't!

At 3:07 AM, Blogger Mike Dugas said...

Norman, Israel isn't the only foolish country that supports its enemies. Look at how my government, USA, has spent billions
supporting North Korea, Hamas, PLO etc etc. It's stupid and it never works, NEVER! I mean we're moving Hamas terrorists to the USA and paying PLO and Hamas payrolls...ridiculous. So don't feel so alone, frustrated and pissed off yes, alone....no.


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