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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Stop what offensive?

From the hysterical reaction of Jordan's Information Ministry, you would think we had sent ground troops into Gaza or something. Well, we haven't.
As the Arab League and Hamas officials reached out to international organizations to stop Israeli counter-attacks on the Gaza Strip, Jordan's Information Ministry issued a statement Sunday warning against continued "military escalation" in Gaza which the statement said "threatened the stability of the region as a whole."

The statement, released by Jordanian Information Minister Abdullah Abu Ruman, condemned "Israel military operations that left civilian casualties in the Gaza Strip and killed a number of Egyptian officers," and warned against further "targeting of civilians" in Gaza.

The Arab League also condemned Israeli air strikes the Gaza Strip on Sunday and said the United Nations must take action to end the attacks, in which 15 people have died.

"We issued a statement condemning the Israeli offensive on Gaza ... and Egyptian land," Arab League Secretary-General Nabil El-Araby told reporters in Cairo.

"The United Nations has to take procedures to stop the Israeli offensive on Gaza," he said, without giving details of the measures he was urging the UN to take.
Some 'offensive.' Some 'targeting of civilians.' The Arab League is only claiming 15 deaths in Gaza (and that number could be wrong). As of Sunday morning, I can tell you that 10 of 13 identified deaths were terrorists, even according to Arab sources. The rest were human shields who were together with the terrorists.

Meanwhile, in Kfar Saba on Sunday, hundreds of people mourned two Kindergarten teachers and their husbands who were incinerated in their car on Thursday by an anti-tank missile shot by 'Palestinian' terrorists.

So who is targeting civilians?

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At 8:48 PM, Blogger Stuart said...

Whatever became of targeted killings? Don't need a limited offensive. Either go to war or resume and accelerate relentless targeted killings.

There should not be a terrorist anywhere in Aza that is not afraid to step outdoors, day or night. Even to attend funerals. War is war.

Get'er done!!!


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