Israel may feel need to strike Syria again

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17, 2012 an Israeli Iron Dome missile is launched near the city of Be'er Sheva, southern Israel, to intercept a rocket fired from Gaza.

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rider

Gwinn, MI

#21 Feb 2, 2013
Jeff Gannon and the White House situation .
Henry

North Las Vegas, NV

#22 Feb 2, 2013
traitor always tells lIes23 wrote:
The terrorist colony of israel should be flattened is my own personal opinion.Where is the UN on this?? When a countries arispace has been violated by the terrorist colony of israel what does the Un have to say about it?? That is illegal so why is the Un not speaking out against it??? Why did Syria not shoot the terrorist weapon down???
Time to invest in Andy Gump! We have huge cesspool and waste problems in port Jefferson, ny and eagle rock, va

it's an ecological disaster area(s)
Gary

Columbus, OH

#23 Feb 2, 2013
We have witnessed the first of several meaningful strikes by Israel as the Syrian-Iranian relationship is tested.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#25 Feb 2, 2013
Gary wrote:
Israel will strike again and hopefully harder. It's just the begiining of the end for both Syria and Iran. Russia: would like to be included ,too ?
I haven't been to Syria since the 70's and I don't know what they've been up to, but Iran is "the good guy" in the region.

I hope to see Iran still standing when the smoke has cleared ...... with Israel and the U.S. humbled to deep comprimises - and their noses out of it.

Russia would be a welcomed power if they could get back to glasnot and peristrojka. The direction they've taken since they put Gorbatjov on the shelf has not been very encouraging.
Rtloder

Marrickville, Australia

#26 Feb 2, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Russia is a failed state. 90% of the Russian population is drunk 90% of the time.

How dare you cry wolf about Russia, when your sheep are bloody well always blind stinking drunk.
Most of the time wearing stupid high heel boots with silly sombreros, what the hell is it there trying to find?.
Faith let me tell you something truthfully, Russia is the most "bestes" country on earth. Yes recently they are a little shaded by crime, that was the reaction to being liberated from community and isolated in the do or die world of if you make it fine.
If you don't, and you end up broke then the guru "in you" hands you the bottle as the only way out.

Capitalism did it to them, I expect the losers of the prairies need religion just as much as their Russian counterparts.
Rtloder

Marrickville, Australia

#27 Feb 2, 2013
Gary wrote:
We have witnessed the first of several meaningful strikes by Israel as the Syrian-Iranian relationship is tested.

That's crazy man give your head a rest, it freaked everyone out, funnily enough Mummer Gadaffi was the most liberally inclined Arab towards Israel after Mubarak who got aid to be that way, the Egyptian opposition can't afford to even glance in that direction no one can.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#28 Feb 2, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
How dare you cry wolf about Russia, when your sheep are bloody well always blind stinking drunk.
Most of the time wearing stupid high heel boots with silly sombreros, what the hell is it there trying to find?.
Faith let me tell you something truthfully, Russia is the most "bestes" country on earth. Yes recently they are a little shaded by crime, that was the reaction to being liberated from community and isolated in the do or die world of if you make it fine.
If you don't, and you end up broke then the guru "in you" hands you the bottle as the only way out.
Capitalism did it to them, I expect the losers of the prairies need religion just as much as their Russian counterparts.
Russia was a flop. America rules the seas and skies. Also, the Moon and Mars are now US territories.....like Puerto Rico...only without the Puerto Ricans.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#29 Feb 2, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>
I haven't been to Syria since the 70's and I don't know what they've been up to, but Iran is "the good guy" in the region.
I hope to see Iran still standing when the smoke has cleared ...... with Israel and the U.S. humbled to deep comprimises - and their noses out of it.
Russia would be a welcomed power if they could get back to glasnot and peristrojka. The direction they've taken since they put Gorbatjov on the shelf has not been very encouraging.

The 2 nd. international failed when the workers supported the imperialist war, Rosa Luxemburg was very put out because of it. The bastards don't have it in em she cried. And she was right.
Russian patriotism has been stifled by the lofty demands of their leadership. It's better the way that it is.
Probably won't get back to the same motivation that history presents, but there is this monetary union, rose and orange and tulip revolutions all turning on their inventors,putting them in prison, Belarus as staunch as ever, how can you complain.?
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#30 Feb 3, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
The 2 nd. international failed when the workers supported the imperialist war, Rosa Luxemburg was very put out because of it. The bastards don't have it in em she cried. And she was right.
Russian patriotism has been stifled by the lofty demands of their leadership. It's better the way that it is.
Probably won't get back to the same motivation that history presents, but there is this monetary union, rose and orange and tulip revolutions all turning on their inventors,putting them in prison, Belarus as staunch as ever, how can you complain.?
Jesus! How old are you? That is the most juvenile, sophmoric bullsh*t I have seen you type to date. I bet you have one of those "Che Lives!" T-shirts and a cute little matching beret.
ocxz

Sainte-clotilde, Reunion

#31 Feb 3, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus! How old are you? That is the most juvenile, sophmoric bullsh*t I have seen you type to date. I bet you have one of those "Che Lives!" T-shirts and a cute little matching beret.
At least it is a distraction from your constant nazi threats & obnoxious display of superiority complex.
The Jesus came naturally for an atheist ?
Or just a slip of the finger.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#32 Feb 3, 2013
Rtloder wrote:
<quoted text>
Belarus as staunch as ever, how can you complain.?
I'm going to Belarus this summer. I'll let you know.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#33 Feb 3, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus! How old are you? That is the most juvenile, sophmoric bullsh*t I have seen you type to date.
Now that you've jumped into centre stage with this rant of yours, take a look around you - nothing but scowling faces. You happen to be in the midst of people who know the subject. You don't. The "juvenile" is you.
Gary

Columbus, OH

#34 Feb 3, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>
I haven't been to Syria since the 70's and I don't know what they've been up to, but Iran is "the good guy" in the region.
I hope to see Iran still standing when the smoke has cleared ...... with Israel and the U.S. humbled to deep comprimises - and their noses out of it.
Russia would be a welcomed power if they could get back to glasnot and peristrojka. The direction they've taken since they put Gorbatjov on the shelf has not been very encouraging.
Sadly enough, for those folks who support Syria, Iran, etc., they are in for some very disappointing times as we go forward in time. Both Iran and Russia will feel the need to stoke the situation further until more serious miltary actions occur and then Israel will still be there "when the smoke clears". Guaranteed !
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#35 Feb 3, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> Sadly enough, for those folks who support Syria, Iran, etc., they are in for some very disappointing times as we go forward in time. Both Iran and Russia will feel the need to stoke the situation further until more serious miltary actions occur and then Israel will still be there "when the smoke clears". Guaranteed !
You are very wrong. The U.S. and Israelís time is over, and so is NATOís. They surpassed the degree of destructiveness, which the Planet can bare. Either they are gone from decision making platform, or we are all gone. Sure, these are two equal possibilities at this point.
Force Majeure

Sweden

#36 Feb 3, 2013
Gary wrote:
<quoted text> Sadly enough, for those folks who support Syria, Iran, etc., they are in for some very disappointing times as we go forward in time. Both Iran and Russia will feel the need to stoke the situation further until more serious miltary actions occur and then Israel will still be there "when the smoke clears". Guaranteed !
Could be you're right but I'm betting against it.

Syria (and even Russia) are living precarioulsy and I think they're gambling more than anything else, but Iran has much at stake and they know how to play the game. They've got LOTS of experience. Syria could end up destroyed in the same way that Irak is and Russia might end up with drastic political changes. But no matter what happens I think that Iran will come out of it in one piece and even stronger than it was before.

I really don't think that Israel's existance is in the ballance. They could get shuffled and tweeked but they won't be destoyred. No one really wants that anyway.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#37 Feb 3, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Russia was a flop. America rules the seas and skies. Also, the Moon and Mars are now US territories.....like Puerto Rico...only without the Puerto Ricans.

It came to me in a nightmare I was having, Oh! what a state I was in kicking and thumping the pillory while standing on your head.
That's when it came to me I better
redefine what you are before I destroy my whole house.
Then I woke up and wrote it down so I wouldn't forget.


Faith is the equivocal nature of belief
put here in life by "Allah" to prevent my polemics becoming infallible and consequently destroying the purpose of Temporal Existence, which is "life creating life, regardless of right or wrong".
I'm not saying Faith believes her bull, I saying to her everything if back the front.
Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#38 Feb 3, 2013
ocxz wrote:
<quoted text>
At least it is a distraction from your constant nazi threats & obnoxious display of superiority complex.
The Jesus came naturally for an atheist ?
Or just a slip of the finger.

That's an interesting subject of debate and was the foundation of my response to Faith but I may be misunderstanding what you were on about.?
Rtloder

Bankstown, Australia

#39 Feb 3, 2013
Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm going to Belarus this summer. I'll let you know.

The break up was a real shock and then followed by the Ukraine was like the end.
I think it was a miracle when she gave her Nukes back, honestly can you imagine any Nation ever doing that, if you got any insight or maybe I wrong.? I'm not even sure if Belarus had military control over them, or even acknowledged their existence
but everyone knows the Ukraine sure did it was a big issue.
Rtloder

Bankstown, Australia

#40 Feb 3, 2013
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus! How old are you? That is the most juvenile, sophmoric bullsh*t I have seen you type to date. I bet you have one of those "Che Lives!" T-shirts and a cute little matching beret.

Che went to fight Tshomb in the Congo DR.
I tell a quick little true story since you say Che is not a very good hero.
Some of his compancheroes from the native contingent of revolutionary forces, were boating across the lake which is more like a sea when their commander fell out, he was well respected and there was no unpleasantness associated with him.
So why didn't they just go back and pick him up?.
Because the boat wouldn't go back there, simple as that, that was the official documented case history.
Che spent nearly, I forget now
probably 1or 2 years in the bush fighting with these people when he didn't have to, how could he not be a hero.?
Gary

Columbus, OH

#41 Feb 3, 2013
Syria will fall before Iran . Syria's fall could be days or weeks from now and then we will see who are both clueless and nuts . Just because people have a grudge against israel does not mean they will prevail. Israel has everything going for it both materially and miltarily. Russia's navy does not even have seaworthy ships in spite of excellent weaponry

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