beautifulmind

Heraklion, Greece

#28312 Oct 24, 2013
George wrote:
If you werent sick in the head and really cared about those children you would condemned their parents and help to defeat them, thus possibly allowing their children to live peaceful productive lives instead of growing up to be terrorists like mommy and daddy are.
well. instead of spreading more violence, i'm going to teach them english and art. At a center for kids to learn how to deal with their oppression through art, theatre, and music, not violence.

it's safer in Bethlehem than in any US city.
George

United States

#28313 Oct 24, 2013
By Jessica Chasmar
The Washington Times
Wednesday, September 11, 2013

A majority of Palestinians say that suicide bombing is often or sometimes justified “in order to defend Islam from its enemies,” according to a new Pew Research survey.

“Support for suicide bombing and other violence aimed at civilian targets is most widespread in the Palestinian territories, with 62% of Muslims saying that such attacks are often or sometimes justified in order to defend Islam from its enemies,” the report said.

SEE ALSO: Palestinian Authority deputy: If we had a nuke, we’d have bombed Israel

Muslims polled in the Palestinian territories were the only group to express majority support for suicide bombings, the Washington Free Beacon noted. A majority of Muslims polled in countries like Pakistan, Jordan and Turkey said suicide bombings are “never” justified in the name of Islam.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/sep/...
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Awwwww those poor Palestinian terrorists.
beautifulmind

Heraklion, Greece

#28314 Oct 24, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>No shti sherlock, the Palestinian kids arent allowed inside because there evil parents strap bombs on them and send them off to blow up some innocent people. Awwww those poor poor Palestinian terrorists.
their not allowed to go inside where, exactly?
beautifulmind

Heraklion, Greece

#28315 Oct 24, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>Those children have terrorists for "parents". I feel sorry for them but whose fault is it? THe USAs or their terrorist scumbag parents who strap bombs on them and blow them up. Should we not have fought the Japanese because their children might suffer? How about those poor Nazi children, I guess we should have let Hitler take over the world. You are sick in the head.
i'm telling people about this subject because i'm trying to prevent another Holocaust.

it is like nazi germany was for the jews in europe!!!

their parents are normal people! not crazed terrorists.
George

United States

#28316 Oct 24, 2013
This is a detailed list of Palestinian rocket and mortar attacks on Israel in 2013. All of the attacks originated in the Gaza Strip, unless stated otherwise. For information pertaining to the wider conflict, see Arab-Israeli conflict and Israeli–Palestinian conflict.
January
There were no Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel in January.[1]
February
In February, Palestinians fired one rocket into Israel.[2]
February 26
Palestinians fired an M-75 medium-range rocket at the Israeli city of Ashkelon. The militant wing of Fatah, the party of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, claimed responsibility, calling the attack a response to the controversial death[3] of Palestinian man Arafat Jaradat while in Israeli custody. The attack, which took place during an escalation of Palestinian violence reaction against Israelis in the Fatah-controlled West Bank, was said to be the first of its kind since a 21 November 2012 truce and to have probably enjoyed the blessing of Hamas. Hamas denied that any rocket had been fired from the Gaza Strip.[4][5][6]
March
In March, Palestinians fired four rockets at Israel in one attack.[7]
March 21
Around 7:15 am, on the second day of a visit by US President Barack Obama in Israel, Palestinians in Beit Hanoun fired four rockets at the Israeli city of Sderot, triggering alarms in local communities and forcing residents on their way to work or school to run to bomb shelters. One rocket hit the backyard of a home in the city, spraying shrapnel into the walls and shattering windows. A second projectile landed in an open area within the surrounding Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council. The two remaining rockets were believed to have landed within the Gaza Strip. No injuries were reported.[8][9][10][11]
The Mujahedeen Shura Council, a Palestinian Salafi group, claimed responsibility for the attack, stating that it was meant to show that Israeli air defenses could not stop attacks on the Jewish state. "Responding to the bragging of the Roman dog and the war criminals of their so-called Iron Dome, we assert that all their military techniques will not stop God's destiny of tormenting them", the group posted on an Islamist website.[12]
On 2 April, police found what were apparently the remains of a third rocket in a kindergarten in Sderot. The rocket had not been located previously because the kindergarten had been closed for the Passover holiday.[13]
ssage.[59][60][61]
George

United States

#28317 Oct 24, 2013
April
In April, Palestinians fired 17 rockets and 5 mortar shells at Israel in 13 separate attacks. Two of the rockets were fired from Egypt.[14]
April 2
Palestinians attempted to fire two mortar shells into Israel; both landed within the Gaza Strip. Later, in the evening, a third projectile was fired into the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported.[15]
The Mujahedeen Shura Council claimed responsibility for the attacks, saying they were a response to the death of Palestinian man Maysara Abuhamdia that day while in Israeli custody. The 64-year-old Abuhamdia, who was serving a life sentence for his role in a foiled plot to blow up a busy Jerusalem cafe in 2002, died of throat cancer at the Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba, Israel. His death also sparked violence by Palestinians in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.[16][17][18]
Israel responded to the attacks with air strikes on two targets in the Gaza Strip that night, causing no injuries.[16] This was the first such strike since Operation Pillar of Defense. Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said: "[W]e see Hamas as being responsible for everything that is fired from the Strip at Israel. We won't allow any routine involving a drizzle of rockets at our civilians and forces."[19]
April 3
Around 7:30 am, Palestinians fired two rockets at the Israeli city of Sderot. The rockets struck just as parents were dropping their children off at schools and kindergartens, triggering sirens and sending families fleeing for cover. No injuries or damage were reported.[19]
United Nations special envoy to the Middle East Robert Serry condemned the "indiscriminate firing of rockets into civilian areas" and also called on Israel to exercise restraint.[20] France said it "harshly condemns" the rocket fire on the "civilian population in south Israel". Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said: "If the quiet is violated, we will respond strongly".[21]
The Mujahedeen Shura Council claimed responsibility for the attack. The group also alleged that the Palestinian Hamas regime in Gaza arrested two of its members in response. Hamas denied detaining the militants, saying: "Our security apparatus is part of the resistance [i.e., warfare against Israel] and does not arrest anyone who resists the occupation. On the contrary, we encourage resistance."[22][23]
April 4
In the early morning, Palestinians fired a rocket and three mortar shells at Israel. The rocket landed in an open area in the Eshkol Regional Council at around 2 am, triggering alarms in nearby communities, while two of the mortars fell within the Gaza Strip. No injuries or damage were reported.[24][25]
Israeli envoy to the UN Ron Prosor called on the United Nations Security Council to condemn the rocket attacks, writing: "The time has come for the Security Council to begin to worry for the safety of Israeli citizens as well".[26]
George

United States

#28318 Oct 24, 2013
April 7
In the evening, as Israelis began observance of the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day and during a visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry in the region, Palestinians fired three rockets at Israel. One exploded in an open area in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council. The other two were believed to have fallen within the Gaza Strip. No injuries or damage were reported.[27][28]
Following the attack, Israel partially closed its border crossings with the Gaza Strip, while keeping the Erez crossing open for humanitarian passage.[29] Israel completely reopened the crossings on 12 April.[30]
April 17
Main article: Rocket attacks on Eilat and Aqaba
Around 9 am, two 122 mm Grad rockets were fired at the Israeli resort city of Eilat on the Red Sea coast, triggering alarms. The rockets were believed to have been fired from Egypt's adjacent Sinai Peninsula. One of the rockets exploded in a construction site in the residential neighborhood of Shahamon, while the other fell adjacent to the main hotel strip, near the Jordanian border. No physical injuries or damage were reported, but a number of residents suffered from acute stress reaction. The attack forced a temporary complete closure of Eilat Airport. An Iron Dome battery that had been stationed by the city did not intercept the rockets. Two rockets also landed in Jordan's neighboring resort city of Aqaba.[31][32][33][34]
The Mujahideen Shura Council claimed responsibility for the attack, saying they had targeted "occupied Eilat" [sic] as a "response to the continued suffering of the downtrodden prisoners in Israeli jails".[35]
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said that Israel would respond to the attack, as was the country's consistent policy for the past four years.[36][37]
April 18
Around 11 pm, Palestinians fired two rockets into the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported. The Color Red alarm failed to sound.[38]
April 21
Before daybreak, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Eshkol Regional Council, triggering sirens in nearby towns and forcing residents into bomb shelters. No injuries or damage were reported.[39][40]
April 27
On the evening of the Jewish Lag BaOmer holiday, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Sdot Negev Regional Council. The projectile exploded near a residential area but caused no injuries or damage. Israeli children who were celebrating the holiday with bonfires were instructed to return home.[41][42]
Israel responded to the attack with air strikes on two sites in the southern Gaza Strip belonging to the militant wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine: a training facility and a weapons storage site, causing no injuries. It also temporarily closed the Kerem Shalom border crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip for commercial goods, keeping it open exclusively for humanitarian passage. The Israel Defense Forces stated that it "will not tolerate any attempt to harm Israeli civilians, and will not allow for a return to the reality before Pillar of Defense where Israeli civilians are threatened".[43][44][45]
April 29
Before daybreak, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Eshkol Regional Council. The projectile exploded in an open area and caused no injuries or damage. The Color Red alarm sounded in nearby communities.[46][47]
April 30
The Palestinian Ansar Brigades claimed to have launched 5 mortar shells at the Israeli towns of Kerem Shalom and Holit (in the Eshkol Regional Council). No mortar hits were observed in Israel, however, and it was suggested that the projectiles all fell within the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian group said the attacks on the towns were a response to Israel's targeted killing of Haitham al-Mishal, a terrorist involved in the recent rocket attack on Eilat. "The occupation does not respect the truce nor fulfill its commitments," the group said in a statement. "The truce can go to hell."[48][49]
George

United States

#28319 Oct 24, 2013
May
In May, Palestinians carried out two rocket attacks on Israel.[50]
May 2
In the evening, Palestinians fired two mortar shells into the Eshkol Regional Council. The projectiles landed in open areas, causing no injuries or damage.[51]
May 15
As Israelis celebrated the holiday of Shavuot, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Eshkol Regional Council, triggering the Color Red alarm. The projectile landed in an open area, causing no injuries or damage. The attack occurred as Palestinians marked Nakba Day and coincided with widespread Palestinian violence against Israelis in Jerusalem and the West Bank.[52][53]
In a separate incident that took place in the morning, two mortar shells were fired from Syria at Mount Hermon in the Israeli Golan Heights. The shells landed in open areas, causing no injuries or damage, but forcing a closure of the area to hikers for several hours. A previously unknown Palestinian Islamist group calling itself the Abdul Qader al-Husseini brigades claimed responsibility for the launchings, saying that its motive was "avenging all our martyrs that we lost in our war with the Zionist enemy". Mortar shells fired from Syria had landed in the Israeli Golan Heights in several previous incidents, but all of these were presumed to be accidental fallout from the Syrian civil war.[54][55]
June
In June, Palestinians launched 5 rockets at Israel in 3 separate attacks.[56]
June 19
Around 5:40 am, as world leaders were gathered in Jerusalem to celebrate the 90th birthday of Israeli President Shimon Peres, Palestinian terrorists fired one to three rockets toward the coastal city of Ashkelon, triggering sirens in the city and in surrounding communities. The rockets apparently landed within the Gaza Strip, and no injuries or damage were reported.[57][58]
June 23/24
Overnight, Palestinians fired rockets at the city of Netivot, the Bnei Shimon Regional Council, and the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council. Two of the projectiles were intercepted by Iron Dome. Air raid sirens sounded as far as Beersheba, Rahat and Lahavim. No injuries or damage were reported. Palestinian Islamic Jihad was believed to be behind the attacks, and their motivation was thought to be internal tension in the Gaza Strip after an Islamic Jihad leader was killed by Hamas police the previous day.
Israel responded the same night with air strikes on two arms depots in the central Gaza Strip, a rocket launching site, and a terror activity site in the southern part of the Strip. It also temporarily closed the Kerem Shalom and Erez border crossings between Israel and Gaza for commercial passage.[59][60][61]
July
In July, Palestinians launched 7 rockets at Israel in 6 separate attacks. Five of the rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip and two originated from the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.[62]
July 4
A rocket was fired from Egypt at Eilat. Israelis reported hearing several explosions in the area, and the remains of a rocket were found five days later.[63]
July 18

In the evening, Palestinians fired two rockets at the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported.[64]
July 21
Around 10 pm, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Eshkol Regional Council. The rocket landed in open area, causing no injuries or damage. The Color Red alarm sounded.[65]
July 24
Around 10 am, Palestinians fired two mortar shells at the Eshkol Regional Council. The mortars landed within the Gaza Strip and caused no injuries or damage. The Color Red alarm did not sound.[66][67]
July 30
On the day that Israel and the Palestinian Authority resumed peace talks after a three-year hiatus, Palestinians launched a rocket into the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council, triggering sirens in the region. No injuries or damage were reported.[68]
George

United States

#28320 Oct 24, 2013
August
In August, Palestinians launched 4 rockets at Israel in 3 separate attacks. A fifth rocket was launched from the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt.[69]
August 13
In the evening, Palestinians fired two rockets at Sderot. One exploded in an open area outside the city, triggering sirens, and another fell within the Gaza Strip. No injuries or damage were reported. The incident occurred just as Israel was releasing, as a concession in the renewed peace talks, a group of Palestinian prisoners convicted of murder, and less than 24 hours after Islamist militants in Egypt fired a Grad rocket at the Israeli resort town of Eilat.[70][71] Israel responded with air strikes on rocket launching sites in the northern Gaza Strip.[72]
September
September 19
Shortly after 2 am, as Israelis were celebrating the holiday of Sukkot, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, triggering the Code Red alarm throughout the area. No injuries were reported.[73]
September 28
Around 1 am, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, near the Ashkelon port. The Code Red alarm sounded and no injuries or damage were reported.[74][75]
October
October 9
Around 1 AM, Palestinians fired a rocket into the Eshkol Regional Council. The Code Red alarm sounded and no injuries or damage were reported.[76][77]
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Those are just from this year. Yeah I am feel sooooo sorry for these poor peaceful people. They are so put upon. Booohooo for the terrorists.
beautifulmind

Heraklion, Greece

#28321 Oct 24, 2013
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Palestin...

okay, here is a list of attacks. how many of them say no injuries?

a lot huh? hm i guess their military isn't developed enough to fire a proper rocket across their own border.

and yet Israel, with the military just like the USA's, can't seem to fight them off? hmm..
George

United States

#28322 Oct 24, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
<quoted text>
i'm telling people about this subject because i'm trying to prevent another Holocaust.
it is like nazi germany was for the jews in europe!!!
their parents are normal people! not crazed terrorists.
Their parents are not normal people. Their parents are murdering terrorists. You say you want to prevent a holocaust but instead you help the "Nazi's", aka Palestinians. The Palestinians are the ones who want to wipe out an entire race, the have sworn to kill ALL Jews. The Jews just want to be left alone but they do what they have to in order to protect themselves from these CRAZED evil child killers.
George

United States

#28323 Oct 24, 2013
beautifulmind wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L ist_of_Palestinian_rocket_atta cks_on_Israel,_2012
okay, here is a list of attacks. how many of them say no injuries?
a lot huh? hm i guess their military isn't developed enough to fire a proper rocket across their own border.
and yet Israel, with the military just like the USA's, can't seem to fight them off? hmm..
Look at how sick in the head you really are, you actually try and excuse their heinous and evil attacks by saying "look, sometimes there were no injuries". Are you for real? You are demented and need serious mental help.
beautifulmind

Heraklion, Greece

#28324 Oct 24, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>Their parents are not normal people. Their parents are murdering terrorists. You say you want to prevent a holocaust but instead you help the "Nazi's", aka Palestinians. The Palestinians are the ones who want to wipe out an entire race, the have sworn to kill ALL Jews. The Jews just want to be left alone but they do what they have to in order to protect themselves from these CRAZED evil child killers.
you're an ignorant bigot.

so i'm done speaking with you on this subject.

Bigotry is the state of mind of a bigot: someone who, as a result of their prejudices, treats other people with fear, distrust, hatred, contempt, or intolerance on the basis of a person's ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, socioeconomic status, or other characteristics.
George

United States

#28325 Oct 24, 2013
Yeah I am a bigot because I fear, distrust, have hatred and contempt for TERRORISTS who strap bombs on their children and send them of to blow up a market full of innocent people. I am intolerant of people who blow up buses and ambulances, who shoot rockets at civilians, so I guess that makes me a bigot. If that is a bigot then I am proud of it. I will not pretend to like evil murdering scumbags just so some twisted head case on Topix doesnt get her panties in a bunch. I am done also trying to rationalize with a deranged Muslim terrorist sympathizer. Watch out for those drones when you are off aiding the enemy because when you hang out with dogs, you end up dead.

“Liberalism”

Level 1

Since: Oct 13

It's a mental disorder

#28326 Oct 24, 2013
George wrote:
Yeah I am a bigot because I fear, distrust, have hatred and contempt for TERRORISTS who strap bombs on their children and send them of to blow up a market full of innocent people. I am intolerant of people who blow up buses and ambulances, who shoot rockets at civilians, so I guess that makes me a bigot. If that is a bigot then I am proud of it. I will not pretend to like evil murdering scumbags just so some twisted head case on Topix doesnt get her panties in a bunch. I am done also trying to rationalize with a deranged Muslim terrorist sympathizer. Watch out for those drones when you are off aiding the enemy because when you hang out with dogs, you end up dead.
Again, we don't agree on much, but we agree on this.
George

United States

#28327 Oct 24, 2013
Someone better warn the FBI and Israeli Mossad about "beautifulmind". Next thing ya know she will be Jihadi Jane and strapping on a bomb. They need to keep a watchful eye on her, starting with the no fly list and terrorist sympathizer watch list.
qeenieson

Pittsburgh, PA

#28328 Oct 24, 2013
youtube.com/watch... …………………… This is amazing
vote Putin
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#28329 Oct 24, 2013
George.....stop arguing with beautifulmind. Her heart is in the right place. Her thinking is another thing. If I had a extra room, clothes and food and someone in my family who was down due to economic times, then I would share. She would give it to the homeless drunk crack dealer. Then call me greedy and a bigot. Just let her be
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#28330 Oct 24, 2013
Well how about the hearings for who is to blame and who knew what over the website. The two companies there tried to make themselves look as good as they could and you expect that. But to say they expect this and how difficult the system is was a crock of sh@t. With over 3 years to do this system and the crying, I would not let them make a peanut butter sandwich for me. Both companies suck and you get what you pay for. They used a Canadian firm and now asking for USA help to fix it. Now that is irony
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#28331 Oct 24, 2013
It is funny, now democrats are breaking out of line to ask for a year delay for the citizens now due to the website and that people are being dropped from their medical from the companies they work for. They had good medical but did not follow the obama guidlines. So much for Obama's lie about keeping your health insurance and doctor. Elections are coming up and this is making them look bad. Sure looking like they should have compromised during the shutdown now. The sad part is that they are making an idiot like Cruz look good now. Maybe Obama should call Putin and see if he can bail him out of this too.

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