Sunday, June 22, 2014

Two-Pronged War, Israel versus The Arab Terrorists

There are basically two battles going on between Israel and the Arab terrorists. And I intentionally haven't written Hamas, because I have no doubt that there is no real difference between Hamas and Fatah.

While the IDF is doing everything in its power to search every nook and cranny for the three kidnapped teenagers, Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Sha'ar, Naftali Frenkel, the Arab terrorists in Gaza are attacking Israel's south with potentially lethal rockets. So the IDF is also attacking them.


According to an IDF statement, the airstrikes targeted three centers of terrorist activity in southern Gaza, and another terrorist center in central Gaza.
It's now over a week since the boys were lured into an Arab car while waiting at a bus stop which also serves as a place to hitch rides.

Regardless of Mahmoud Abbas's condemnation of the kidnappings last week, the talk from Ramalla is of its support.
Amin Maqboul, member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, said that the overwhelming majority of Palestinians support the abductions, if the goal is to exchange them for Palestinians held in Israeli prisons.
Defending Abbas’s stance regarding the kidnapping, however, Maqboul said that the PA president’s recent remarks were intended to “spare Palestinians the dangers of Israeli aggression and avoid international pressure.”
Maqboul explained that this was the policy of Abbas, “who sometimes makes statements that are unacceptable to our people. But the purpose [of these statements] is to spare the Palestinian people the dangers of Israeli aggression and reactions of the international community.”
And top units in the IDF are still searching the Hebron area for the boys.

May they be speedily and safely returned home to their families and friends.


Anonymous said...

You can be sure they are one and the same; actually, believe orders really come from fatah (the original terror org). It's all a sick farce played on the good Jews of Israel, especially those in Yehudah/Shomron. They would nof have the wherewithal to do anything without 'help'.

Batya said...

I never had a doubt

goyisherebbe said...

How do you know they were lured and not forced? Assuming that inadvertently plays into the hands of those who criticize trampists like us. You don't want to go there!

Gavriela Dvorah said...

Absolutely, one and the same, one simply needs to read the history of this fabrication of a people called Palestinian, there's plenty of very good material out there. Abbas speaks with "forked tongue," a skill he learned from the very people who perfected it.

Batya said...

Goyish, good point.
Devora, yes exactly