Israeli troops begin Gaza pullout as Hamas declares cease-fire

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Israeli troops began withdrawing from the Gaza Strip on Sunday after Hamas declared a cease-fire, setting the stage for intensified international efforts to arrange a durable truce after a 22-day war against ...
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TRD

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Aug 30, 2013
 
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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I'm so lonely. Can I have a hug? Everybody is gone for the day. Been reading some of these Jew haters on other threads. Boring!!!!! Have a good Labor Day Weekend. I suspect Mama will want to make the trek to Foxwoods one of those days. I'm up for it. Peace, Commander.
Have fun! We've been back less than a week and she can't wait to abandon Florida again...at least until the temps break. Please let me know when fall happens, will you? We saw one (lonely) tree in N.C. that had turned completely and every other one knew it was dead of summer.

So which threads did you Friday bomb?

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Aug 30, 2013
 
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The egomaniac and self hating Jew, Noam Chomsky, is nothing but another disciple of the school of "Israel is always wrong" and "Israel is the most dangerous country in the Middle East".
By virtue of the authority deposited on me by the guy that wrote da'first ammendment .. I hereby declare ... FCKK YOU, NOAM CHOMSKY ... Next Passover, I hope you choke to death on a matza ball..!!
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Whoa, whoa, whoa! Don't get started on constitutional rights. It all starts innocently enough with the obligatory shooting off of the first amendment while having beers but in no time, somebody pulls out their second amendment and the rest of the people in the room throw down and before long we've got plastering to do and funerals to attend :)

I never could understand people like Chomsky other than to accept that there are people in the world that disagree with me and whom I cannot kill. The Lord works in mysterious ways.

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Aug 30, 2013
 
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Escuzez, escuzez..
..you are oll avout escuzez...

""there are people in the world that disagree with me and whom I cannot kill""

YOU CAN DO BUTT YOU DON'T DEER..

C'mon, TRD ... now.. you too are chicken out..
For you, I already explained it .. for you it is a local call.

http://www.scaryforkids.com/pics/voodoo-dolls...

Voodoo ..!!
.. or how do you think I got rid of Arafat and Ugo Chavez..??

My ongoing project are..
Nassrallah.. and Pputain

http://randomc.net/image/Mitsudomoe/Mitsudomo...

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Aug 30, 2013
 
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The man that puts his wallet .. where he puts his mouth..

..after testing the results of what a Flotilla and a landing in the Port of Tartous could bring ... Erdogan laid all his toys by the Turkish-Syrian border .. and is waiting for a signal from heaven..

"" Erdogan: Syrian Strike Should Topple Assad

Limited strikes in Syria are not enough, declares Turkey's Prime Minister as the U.S. mulls action in Syria.

By Elad Benari, Canada
First Publish: 8/31/2013, 12:00 AM

The goal of any military intervention in Syria should be to topple Bashar Al-Assad’s regime, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday.

Erdogan said that the limited strikes which the United States is reportedly planning against Syria would not be enough and pushed for a broader military offensive.

"A limited operation cannot be satisfactory for us," he was quoted as saying by the NTV news channel.

"An intervention akin to that decided for Kosovo must be launched. An operation of one or two days will not be enough. The goal should be to force the regime out," declared Erdogan.

His comments came as President Barack Obama reiterated that he has not made a final decision about a military strike against Syria, but added he is considering a limited action in response to a chemical weapons attack that he says Syria's government carried out last week.

He said that while his preference would have been for the international community to move forward on a response to the chemical attack, he was in the planning process for a response to the chemical weapons use in Syria.

The comments came after the U.S. released an intelligence assessment that found with "high confidence" that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's government carried out a chemical weapons attack last week.

Erdogan was once an ally of Assad but is now one of his fiercest critics and, since the beginning of the Syrian civil war, has repeatedly called on Assad to go.

The heightened tensions between Turkey and Syria have led to several cross-border incidents, including the explosion of a Syrian mortar in Turkish territory, which killed five civilians last year.

The Turkish army responded by attacking several targets in Syria. Turkey's parliament later gave the government the green light to use military force against Syria if necessary.

In another incident, Turkey intercepted a Syrian Airbus A320 flying from Moscow to Damascus and escorted it to the Esenboga Airport in Ankara.

Turkey later claimed it had seized "objectionable cargo" aboard the Syrian passenger plane. Syria, in turn, accused Turkey of lying.

(Arutz Sheva’s North American Desk is keeping you updated until the start of Shabbat in New York. The time posted automatically on all Arutz Sheva articles, however, is Israeli time.) ""

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Shitcan, this ... you wouldn't learn at FOX News..

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TRD

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Aug 30, 2013
 
Voice of Peace wrote:
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Escuzez, escuzez..
..you are oll avout escuzez...
""there are people in the world that disagree with me and whom I cannot kill""
YOU CAN DO BUTT YOU DON'T DEER..
C'mon, TRD ... now.. you too are chicken out..
For you, I already explained it .. for you it is a local call.
http://www.scaryforkids.com/pics/voodoo-dolls...
Voodoo ..!!
.. or how do you think I got rid of Arafat and Ugo Chavez..??
My ongoing project are..
Nassrallah.. and Pputain
http://randomc.net/image/Mitsudomoe/Mitsudomo...
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Are you deering me? The last guy that deered me got some amazing phone camera footage.

How did you know about the Voodoo the Paragon brought back from New Orleans? She swore it was more of a spiritual store but the candles all have voodoo spells written on the tags where the price should be. I had a feeling I needed to take them away from her before she set the world on fire but now I'm not sure that wouldn't be the best course of action. At least a back-burn to clear out all the fuel between you and Syria...which way is the wind blowing?
Uzi

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Aug 31, 2013
 
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Ooops..!!
On the Jordan side of the border with SYRIA..
and I really started to worry about you..........
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Aug 31, 2013
 
When Ki-Moon was in Israel the last time a month ago or so our Chief of Staff give him a very nice map of south Lebanon with clear view of homes and buildings which Mr. Nazirallah and his hisballah gang equipped with missiles and guns aiming at Israel. The map shows (including street views) of 192 private homes and apartment buildings which our intel services marked to be destroyed to ground level as soon as nazirallah will try to do anything. I wonder if this made it to the American Press. A more accurae warning than this is impossible. nazirallah, stay in your rathole where you belong.
Happy Labor Day America.

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Aug 31, 2013
 
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Have fun! We've been back less than a week and she can't wait to abandon Florida again...at least until the temps break. Please let me know when fall happens, will you? We saw one (lonely) tree in N.C. that had turned completely and every other one knew it was dead of summer.
So which threads did you Friday bomb?
Armpitjamme says the end is near, is one. Strangely enough, most of the leaves are still green, but there is a shitload on the ground. You can see the slow changing of the landscape. Fall is nice but it signals the end of summer. For you guys it's summer all year. No? My B.I.L. comes up in October from Winter Park. He's a nut.

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Armpitjamme says the end is near, is one. Strangely enough, most of the leaves are still green, but there is a shitload on the ground. You can see the slow changing of the landscape. Fall is nice but it signals the end of summer. For you guys it's summer all year. No? My B.I.L. comes up in October from Winter Park. He's a nut.
Most of the time I've spent out of Florida has been in hotter, muggier spots so I don't understand what all the complaining is about (until I sit down in the car or I cut the grass). It might be worth it if we had a season change and got to see what you guys probably take for granted. We get a little bit of color from our maples but Florida trees don't get much down-time.

Look at it this way...brain eating amoeba can't live in cold water so summer has lost some of it's appeal down here.

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Aug 31, 2013
 
Really? Have we become so jaded and bored with the continuously rising Muslim body count that we amuse ourselves with speculation?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-238...

Just another reason not to do it. We might miss an opportunity to do the right thing but we will absolutely avoid doing the wrong thing by sitting this out.

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Aug 31, 2013
 
TRD wrote:
Really? Have we become so jaded and bored with the continuously rising Muslim body count that we amuse ourselves with speculation?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-238...
Just another reason not to do it. We might miss an opportunity to do the right thing but we will absolutely avoid doing the wrong thing by sitting this out.
If absolutely avoiding doing the wrong thing was the right thing, we may as well as stay home instead of climbing into out gas guzzlers or taking that flight on Jet Blue. Don't puss out. Rotate those munitions. They do not have a forever shelf life. Time to calibrate the systems and acquire newer weaponry experience. Where's your cahones, Commander? This is a good time to test half-fag-Putin's cahones. Shock and awe. Hip Hip Hooray!!!!!

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If absolutely avoiding doing the wrong thing was the right thing, we may as well as stay home instead of climbing into out gas guzzlers or taking that flight on Jet Blue. Don't puss out. Rotate those munitions. They do not have a forever shelf life. Time to calibrate the systems and acquire newer weaponry experience. Where's your cahones, Commander? This is a good time to test half-fag-Putin's cahones. Shock and awe. Hip Hip Hooray!!!!!
I'm putting 21st century guidance on my 20th century ordinance and making every one of them count.

Putin doesn't need much of a push to kick Assad to the curb. He may be a despot but he isn't blind...this has turned into a pretty embarrassing association for him. If we give him a fall back position and a little nudge he might welcome a change in venue.

Spanish much jefe?

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Aug 31, 2013
 
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>I'm putting 21st century guidance on my 20th century ordinance and making every one of them count.
Putin doesn't need much of a push to kick Assad to the curb. He may be a despot but he isn't blind...this has turned into a pretty embarrassing association for him. If we give him a fall back position and a little nudge he might welcome a change in venue.
Spanish much jefe?
No. Pick up a little here and there. 95% of the workforce is Hispanic. When they are not in court, incarcerated or visting their P.O's, they work real hard. Like having a yard full of ill-tempered critters that stay up all night and can't figure out why they are tired the next day. Pay them on Friday and they are broke and borrowing on Monday. But, to answer that question, NO. Nor do I care to. Mama la pinga, Hoto.

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No. Pick up a little here and there. 95% of the workforce is Hispanic. When they are not in court, incarcerated or visting their P.O's, they work real hard. Like having a yard full of ill-tempered critters that stay up all night and can't figure out why they are tired the next day. Pay them on Friday and they are broke and borrowing on Monday. But, to answer that question, NO. Nor do I care to. Mama la pinga, Hoto.
In my experience, you just described roofers of every color. Something about cooking on a roof all day that makes 'em want to climb into a cold drink and stay there all night.

My Jewban grandson told me to tell you that the spoken "h" is a written "j" en español.
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Aug 31, 2013
 
Op-Ed: I Don't Dress My Sons With Suicide Belts
Published: Sunday, August 04, 2013 11:57 PM
Arabs do - and that is the symbol of the unbridgeable gap between us.
Giulio Meotti
The writer, an Italian journalist with Il Foglio, writes a twice-weekly column for Arutz Sheva. He is the author of the book "A New Shoah", that researched the personal stories of Israel's terror victims, published by Encounter. His writing has appeared in publications, such as the Wall Street Journal, Frontpage and Commentary. He is at work on a book about the Vatican and Israel.
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"If you want to destroy everything, do not save their legs", professes Bazarov, the nihilist character of Turgenev. It seems a perfect description of the Palestinian Arab society, which sanctifies death and self immolation.
Palestinian children are not innocent. Their parents are not. Their political leaders are not. Their school teachers are not. Their religious imams are not. Their street friends are not. Their doctors are not.
Of the approximately 4,000 Palestinians currently in Israeli custody, 193 are children. According to a Shabak report, about 292 Palestinian children have been involved in terrorism.
One of these youngsters made global headlines last week when the IDF arrested him in Hevron. Then the IDF's legal adviser found that the Israel Defense Forces' detention of a 5-year-old Palestinian boy in Hevron was a legitimate step in order to “thwart the threat posed by the activities of a minor".
The Palestinian Arab children are not as innocent as the West would like to believe. 29 suicide attacks were carried out by youth under the age of 18 in 2000-2003, the bloody peak of the Second Intifada.
A compelling reason that PA Arab parents encourage their children to get involved is the financial incentive offered to families of terrorists. The PA furnishes a cash payment -$2,000 per child killed and $300 per child wounded. But it is more than money, it is ideology, culture, religion.
Because "there is only one truly serious philosophical problem, suicide", as Albert Camus writes at the beginning of the "Myth of Sisyphus" (1942).
A famous case involved a 12-year-old boy who was captured at a checkpoint near Shechem (Nablus) wearing an explosive belt. Using a police-sapper robot, the IDF removed the explosive belt from him. The boy later explained that the terrorists offered him 100 NIS and sex with virgins if he would perform the task.
IDF soldiers who participated in Operation Defensive Shield reported that children were often left behind to trigger booby-traps that terrorists set for Israeli troops.
You will recall the recent attack on David Be'eri and his 13-year old son as they drove through the streets of Jerusalem. At least two of the main perpetrators of that attack were children under the age of 12.
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That so many children have been recruited by terrorists reflects more than anything else the depth of cruelty, madness and lack of humanity implicit in Palestinian project and way of life. The harrowing physical mutilation of these children, the nurturing of the flames of the intifada as the most revolutionary and lasting Palestinian contribution, put the Palestinian Arabs in the same group as the Soviet Union’s Joseph Stalin, China’s Mao Zedong, Germany’s Adolf Hitler, Cuba’s Fidel Castro and Iran's Khomeini. These have all raised generations of children on a lethal ideology bent on the physical eradication of enemies and their religious symbols.
There is one image that explains better than anything else this ocean of hatred which nurtures the Palestinian Arab society: it shows a teenager gesturing victory, with the ruins of an Israeli bus in the background (a suicide bombing attack on bus no. 14, in which 8 passengers were killed). There is more truth in that horrible, baby face than in all the photo opportunities of Mahmoud Abbas in Washington.
Evil exists. The innocent Cambodian people met it when the young Khmer Rouge entered in Phnom Penh. The Israelis fight it every day. For all of us. Even when it has the face of a frail child.
Peace is not possible with a society that sanctifies death. I don't dress my sons with suicide belts. The Palestinian Arabs hang bombs like garlands above their children.

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Aug 31, 2013
 
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>In my experience, you just described roofers of every color. Something about cooking on a roof all day that makes 'em want to climb into a cold drink and stay there all night.
My Jewban grandson told me to tell you that the spoken "h" is a written "j" en español.
My mutthispanic baggage Grandson's Name is Joshua, pronounced Joshua. So, should I call him Hoshua? Understood that the name DeJesus is also Day-Hay-zues! What's a man to do? This multi-racial thing gives me the creeps. LOL

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Uzi wrote:
That so many children have been recruited by terrorists reflects more than anything else the depth of cruelty, madness and lack of humanity implicit in Palestinian project and way of life. The harrowing physical mutilation of these children, the nurturing of the flames of the intifada as the most revolutionary and lasting Palestinian contribution, put the Palestinian Arabs in the same group as the Soviet Union’s Joseph Stalin, China’s Mao Zedong, Germany’s Adolf Hitler, Cuba’s Fidel Castro and Iran's Khomeini. These have all raised generations of children on a lethal ideology bent on the physical eradication of enemies and their religious symbols.
There is one image that explains better than anything else this ocean of hatred which nurtures the Palestinian Arab society: it shows a teenager gesturing victory, with the ruins of an Israeli bus in the background (a suicide bombing attack on bus no. 14, in which 8 passengers were killed). There is more truth in that horrible, baby face than in all the photo opportunities of Mahmoud Abbas in Washington.
Evil exists. The innocent Cambodian people met it when the young Khmer Rouge entered in Phnom Penh. The Israelis fight it every day. For all of us. Even when it has the face of a frail child.
Peace is not possible with a society that sanctifies death. I don't dress my sons with suicide belts. The Palestinian Arabs hang bombs like garlands above their children.
At $2,000 per dead Palestinian we could get them all to suicide for a paltry $18 billion.

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My mutthispanic baggage Grandson's Name is Joshua, pronounced Joshua. So, should I call him Hoshua? Understood that the name DeJesus is also Day-Hay-zues! What's a man to do? This multi-racial thing gives me the creeps. LOL
You can't go wrong if you go with your gut. I will call your grandson Rolo.

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