The Long-term Implications of the Hamas-Israel Clash

Nov 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Arutz Sheva Israel News

The current clash between Israel and Hamas did not begin with rocket fire but with ramped-up terror activity at the border - and its effects do not stop there, or with the rocket barrages.

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Nov 23, 2012
 
Evidently, Morsi declared himself the new dictator of Egypt in effort to force the barbaric and reactionary Shariya laws on Egypt and oppress the Egyptian women and girls and make them property of men. The new dictatorship of Morsi which is supported y Obama means oppression of the Christians of Egypt and making them sub humans with no human rights. Obviously, Morsi proved to be fanatic Jihadist and radical Mozlem Brother who used 'democracy' to gain power with the support of Mozlem Brother scholar Obama who financed the takeover of power, removal of Mubarak and release from prison the Mozlem Brother terrorists. The culture of the Mozlem Brothers is based on death and destruction while killing Jews in the biggest Mitzvah of the sickening culture of the 7th century. Morsi was praised by Obama for using the Hamas and al Qaida terrorists to launch major missile attack on Israeli cities and targeting 7 million Jewish children, women and men based on the barbaric culture of killing and lies. Israel must stand up to Obama who used the Jewish owned liberal media to besmirch Israel for its self defense attacks on the terrorists while making sure not to cause civilian casualties as Obama demanded Israel to refrain from using ground attack on Gaza. PM Netanyahu was criticized by most Israelis for surrendering to Obama's demands and not being strong enough against the Hamas terrorists that felt victorious and emboldened with their new leader Morsi who lied to Israel about his agenda of killing Jews in a Jihad war against Israel and breaking the peace treaty of 1979.
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Nov 23, 2012
 
Aside from internal unrest in Egypt, We'll save for later.

They say long term implications. This cease fire may not last which will stain morsi bad among Egyptians. It will spur unrest in Egypt and will worsen security in Gaza and Israel.

Hatred has reached new levels on both sides and thus is far from over. Israel will have no choice but to play hardball which is gonna nothing anyone's seen yet as like anyone surrounded by hostile forces will act with harsher response.

new year is going to ring in with a bang im afraid.

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