Israel losing international support, says British ambassador

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Israeli border police at the Kalandia checkpoint between Ramallah and Jerusalem.

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Thomas

Russia

#1 Aug 4, 2012
Propaganda against Israel originating from the UK and other Muslim nations cannot be taken seriously. Particularly that published in The Guardian, one of the most antisemitic rags on earth.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#2 Aug 4, 2012
As long as the USA and its leaders are for us, it does not matter.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#3 Aug 4, 2012
Why would anyone support a country which steals land because it can and has turned it's next door neighbour into a concentration camp?
American Israeli Cabal

Aledo, IL

#4 Aug 4, 2012
With the help of the zionist infested U S Government and its Israeli controled State Department which acts more as tool for Israel's interests then is own. Where is Israel getting its ideas for land stealing and the destrucion of a native culture other then American History and its confiscation of Native Americans' lands and their removal to Reservations. Inch by inch, mile by mile, treaty by treaty until there was very litle left. And.... American's are brokering a Peace Treaty in the Midde-East?
voice of peace

Tel Aviv, Israel

#5 Aug 4, 2012
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You s.o.b. hypocrits...
Assad Jr. is about to hit the 20.000 mark killing its own people ... and you fckkn hypocrits all you are capable of writings is venom filled messages with the express purpose of swinging tar at our country and society ...

Fcck you, hypocrits..!!

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I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#6 Aug 4, 2012
voice of peace wrote:
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You s.o.b. hypocrits...
Assad Jr. is about to hit the 20.000 mark killing its own people ... and you fckkn hypocrits all you are capable of writings is venom filled messages with the express purpose of swinging tar at our country and society ...
Fcck you, hypocrits..!!
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So as long as you're better than Syria, that's OK?

Might I suggest setting higher targets?
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

Delta, Canada

#7 Aug 4, 2012
High and mighty British should talk,... we see a decline in the UK because you can no longer go out and plunder countries and their people...
voice of peace

Tel Aviv, Israel

#8 Aug 4, 2012
I can read wrote:
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So as long as you're better than Syria, that's OK?
Might I suggest setting higher targets?
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Higher targets..??

How's 30.000..??....iss.. is 30.000 high enough..??

Fckkn Arab hypocrit..!!

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umm

Hamilton, Canada

#9 Aug 4, 2012
Jews decide what happens to Israel not international community. Third Reich exists no more.
Old Jew

San Francisco, CA

#10 Aug 6, 2012
It is tough isn't it. As long as the USA and the UN which is controlled by the USA, backs us it does not matter what others think. We do whatever we want. This land in the ME were promised to us by God, sooner or later we will have it all back.
Syria next then Iran then Saudi Arabia and so forth.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#11 Aug 6, 2012
Old Jew wrote:
It is tough isn't it. As long as the USA and the UN which is controlled by the USA, backs us it does not matter what others think. We do whatever we want. This land in the ME were promised to us by God, sooner or later we will have it all back.
Syria next then Iran then Saudi Arabia and so forth.
You're perfectly happy for american troops to sacrifice their lives for that too, aren't you?
PRAY FOR ISRAEL

United States

#12 Aug 6, 2012
God will protect Israel. The Arabs has prosecured the Jews since 1948 when they first moved back to THEIR homeland.
PRAY FOR ISRAEL

United States

#13 Aug 6, 2012
Prosecuted
tTruth Seeker vsJew Liars

Port Jefferson, NY

#14 Aug 6, 2012
PRAY FOR ISRAEL wrote:
God will protect Israel. The Arabs has prosecured the Jews since 1948 when they first moved back to THEIR homeland.
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The True God Almighty will "not" protect demonized Satanic sub-human Israeli jre creatures,....and you are in for a big surprise if you think that way.
Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#15 Aug 6, 2012
tTruth Seeker vsJew Liars wrote:
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The True God Almighty will "not" protect demonized Satanic sub-human Israeli jre creatures,....and you are in for a big surprise if you think that way.
When you post your Low IQ idiocy, are you on drugs and or permanently mentally unstable??
Ayreshire

Albuquerque, NM

#16 Aug 6, 2012
PRAY FOR ISRAEL wrote:
God will protect Israel. The Arabs has prosecured the Jews since 1948 when they first moved back to THEIR homeland.
Well stated!! Nutjobs like Lil' Joey the Jew hater is mentaly unstable!!

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#17 Aug 6, 2012
PRAY FOR ISRAEL wrote:
God will protect Israel. The Arabs has prosecured the Jews since 1948 when they first moved back to THEIR homeland.
I think Israel is right for her safety.

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http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/08/06/egyp...

WRAPUP 7-Egypt vows crackdown on 'infidels' after border massacre

Tue Aug 7, 2012 3:58am IST
* Israel sees 'wake-up call' for Egypt on security

* Bloodshed an early diplomatic test for Egypt's Mursi

* Gaza border crossing into Egypt closed indefinitely

By Yusri Mohamed

RAFAH, Egypt, Aug 6 (Reuters)- Egypt branded Islamist gunmen who killed 16 police near the Israeli border as "infidels" and promised on Monday to launch a crackdown following the massacre that has strained Cairo's ties with both Israel and Palestinians.

An Egyptian official said insurgents crossed into Egypt from the Gaza Strip before attacking the border station on Sunday. They then stole two vehicles and headed to nearby Israel, where they were eventually killed by Israeli fire.

Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak said on Monday up to eight assailants were killed in the attack, adding he hoped the incident would serve as a "wake-up call" to Egypt, accused by Israel of having lost control of the desert Sinai peninsula.

The bloodshed represented an early diplomatic test for Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, an Islamist who took office at the end of June after staunch U.S. ally Hosni Mubarak was overthrown last year in a popular uprising.

Mursi visited the border area on Monday, accompanied by the head of Egypt's military, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi. The army sent in reinforcements and stepped up checkpoints.

Mubarak cooperated closely with Israel on security and suppressed Islamist movements such as Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood, which rejects violence to achieve its goals but whose leaders often voiced hostility towards the Jewish state.

Egypt's military, which still holds many levers of power, called the attackers "infidels" and said it had been patient until now in the face of instability in Sinai.

"But there is a red line and passing it is not acceptable. Egyptians will not wait for long to see a reaction to this event," it said in a statement on its Facebook page.

State news agency MENA cited a military official as saying a military funeral would be held in Cairo on Tuesday to honour those who died during the attack.

A largely demilitarised Sinai is the keystone of the historic 1979 peace deal between Egypt and Israel.

But for the past year there has been growing lawlessness in the vast desert expanse, as Bedouin bandits, extremists and Palestinian militants from next-door Gaza fill the vacuum, tearing at already frayed relations between Egypt and Israel.

SEALING THE BORDER

Mursi has promised to honour the 1979 peace treaty with Israel and has done little to suggest a major shift in ties. He has also reached out to Hamas, the Islamist rulers of the Gaza Strip that borders Egypt and Israel, and Sunday's killings put an instant strain on their relations.

The Muslim Brotherhood said on its website the attack "can be attributed to Mossad," the Israeli intelligence agency, and was an attempt to thwart Mursi. It said Mossad was trying to abort the Egyptian uprising and it was "imperative to review clauses" of the agreement between Egypt and Israel.

Mursi officially left the group and his position as head of its Freedom and Justice Party when he took office.

Israel dismissed allegations of involvement in the attack.

"Even the person who says this when he looks at himself in the mirror does not believe the nonsense he is uttering," Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said.

http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/08/06/egyp...

“Is better than Dogma”

Since: Mar 09

Peking Duck University

#18 Aug 6, 2012
Tue Aug 7, 2012 3:58am IST
* Israel sees 'wake-up call' for Egypt on security

* Bloodshed an early diplomatic test for Egypt's Mursi

* Gaza border crossing into Egypt closed indefinitely

By Yusri Mohamed

RAFAH, Egypt, Aug 6 (Reuters)- Egypt branded Islamist gunmen who killed 16 police near the Israeli border as "infidels" and promised on Monday to launch a crackdown following the massacre that has strained Cairo's ties with both Israel and Palestinians.

An Egyptian official said insurgents crossed into Egypt from the Gaza Strip before attacking the border station on Sunday. They then stole two vehicles and headed to nearby Israel, where they were eventually killed by Israeli fire.

Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak said on Monday up to eight assailants were killed in the attack, adding he hoped the incident would serve as a "wake-up call" to Egypt, accused by Israel of having lost control of the desert Sinai peninsula.

The bloodshed represented an early diplomatic test for Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi, an Islamist who took office at the end of June after staunch U.S. ally Hosni Mubarak was overthrown last year in a popular uprising.

Mursi visited the border area on Monday, accompanied by the head of Egypt's military, Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi. The army sent in reinforcements and stepped up checkpoints.

Mubarak cooperated closely with Israel on security and suppressed Islamist movements such as Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood, which rejects violence to achieve its goals but whose leaders often voiced hostility towards the Jewish state.

Egypt's military, which still holds many levers of power, called the attackers "infidels" and said it had been patient until now in the face of instability in Sinai.

"But there is a red line and passing it is not acceptable. Egyptians will not wait for long to see a reaction to this event," it said in a statement on its Facebook page.

State news agency MENA cited a military official as saying a military funeral would be held in Cairo on Tuesday to honour those who died during the attack.

A largely demilitarised Sinai is the keystone of the historic 1979 peace deal between Egypt and Israel.

But for the past year there has been growing lawlessness in the vast desert expanse, as Bedouin bandits, extremists and Palestinian militants from next-door Gaza fill the vacuum, tearing at already frayed relations between Egypt and Israel.

SEALING THE BORDER

Mursi has promised to honour the 1979 peace treaty with Israel and has done little to suggest a major shift in ties. He has also reached out to Hamas, the Islamist rulers of the Gaza Strip that borders Egypt and Israel, and Sunday's killings put an instant strain on their relations.

The Muslim Brotherhood said on its website the attack "can be attributed to Mossad," the Israeli intelligence agency, and was an attempt to thwart Mursi. It said Mossad was trying to abort the Egyptian uprising and it was "imperative to review clauses" of the agreement between Egypt and Israel.

Mursi officially left the group and his position as head of its Freedom and Justice Party when he took office.

Israel dismissed allegations of involvement in the attack.

"Even the person who says this when he looks at himself in the mirror does not believe the nonsense he is uttering," Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor said.

In Washington, the U.S. State Department voiced scepticism Mossad might have been behind the attack and urged Egypt to improve security in Sinai.

Asked if it was conceivable the Israeli intelligence service launched the attack, State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell told reporters that "doesn't sound right to me."

Dozens of demonstrators chanting "leave, leave" gathered in front of the residence of the Israeli ambassador in Cairo on Monday night to demand he be expelled, the state newspaper al-Ahram said.

http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/08/06/egyp...
Bobby Sandwich

Port Jefferson, NY

#19 Aug 6, 2012
Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>When you post your Low IQ idiocy, are you on drugs and or permanently mentally unstable??
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Anyone with a birds brain, knows Israeli jews are spawned evil savage deformed hobbit looking liars, just like you are a terrorist jew supporting Traitor, who milks the utters of jew serial killing terrorist to their happy ending.

Ayrshire,..... who in their right mind would ever listen to your redundant scripted spam postings, from Israel's Propaganda Machination Machines, of lies and deceptions from Israel's hell>hole on stolen land.

We are firm believers, if the International Community dismantles Israel, there will be "Peace" in the Middle East.
voice of peace

Tel Aviv, Israel

#20 Aug 7, 2012
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Hey, Bobby the cocksucker, how about getting some Peace (not piss) first in Syria, Egypt and Sudan for starters..

Did you get the memmo..?
ON the above mentioned countries, Arabs are killing Arabs and Christians, seven days a week ... 52 weeks every year..

Cheers ... savage good for nothing ignorant s.o.b...!!

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