Israel - Palestinian militants launch massive attack, 7 Oct 2023 #13

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I'm surprised the dog was returned. I really am.
Islam considers dogs to be unclean,
When living in Turkey, I always got a quiet kick when I saw Turks cross into the street to avoid getting close to our small family dog. Some even crossed to the other side of the street.

But..... when we drove out to the country side, our dog was more welcome. Rural Turkish shepherds kept big sheep dogs either as working dogs, or as pets. So, our dog quit being shunned and got some pets.
 
This is what happened about an hour ago on the road leading to the northern Gaza Strip: A Hamas checkpoint blocked the trucks delivering humanitarian aid to the residents of northern Gaza. To Hamas, residents of Gaza are their last priority
I don't understand why Hamas would block humanitarian aid, when I thought such aid was one of their demands. Explanation, please?
 
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Here are images of some of the Israeli hostages released by Hamas on Tuesday.


Meirav Tal, 53.

Meirav Tal, 53. Photograph: Hostages And Missing Families Forum/Reuters

Clara Rosa Marman, 62.

Clara Rosa Marman, 62. Photograph: Hostages And Missing Families Forum/Reuters

Mia Leimberg, 17.

Mia Leimberg, 17. Photograph: Hostages And Missing Families Forum/Reuters

Gabriela Leimberg, 59.

Gabriela Leimberg, 59. Photograph: Hostages And Missing Families Forum/Reuters

 
When living in Turkey, I always got a quiet kick when I saw Turks cross into the street to avoid getting close to our small family dog. Some even crossed to the other side of the street.

But..... when we drove out to the country side, our dog was more welcome. Rural Turkish shepherds kept big sheep dogs either as working dogs, or as pets. So, our dog quit being shunned and got some pets.
Hahaha
Some rural Turkish Delight for your pup :D
 

So he was released back to Gaza.. seems he didn't want to go there. Wonder why that is? Wonder how HAMAS feels seeing he didn't want to be released?
Avishai Greenzeig reported that the released terrorist refused to be releasedbecause he would not receive payment or salary from the Palestinian Authority. Though he tried, he was unsuccessful in his attempts to remain.

Abu Sanima was released to the Gaza Strip to begin his life anew in Rafah, despite a lack of a salary from local authorities

The PA pays imprisoned terrorists, criminals and families of martyrs
 
I don't understand why Hamas would block humanitarian aid, when I thought such aid was one of their demands. Explanation, please?
If they prevent the aid from getting there, then they can claim Israel didn't live up to the deal. They don't want aid to get to the people that need it, they want those people to suffer so they can blame Israel for all of it. If they intercept the aid, they can have it for themselves.

I can think of many more reason.. terrorists play games.
 
They are only released to the West Bank not Gaza. All prisoners are from the WB. They also get stipends from the Palestinian Authority while in prison. The dude wants to keep his paycheck coming!
He was released to Gaza

Abu Sanima was released to the Gaza Strip to begin his life anew in Rafah, despite a lack of a salary from local authorities.​

 
Avishai Greenzeig reported that the released terrorist refused to be releasedbecause he would not receive payment or salary from the Palestinian Authority. Though he tried, he was unsuccessful in his attempts to remain.

Abu Sanima was released to the Gaza Strip to begin his life anew in Rafah, despite a lack of a salary from local authorities

The PA pays imprisoned terrorists, criminals and families of martyrs
I thought they were all going to the West Bank???
 

  • Ditza Heiman
  • Tamar Metzger
  • Ada Sagi
  • Meirav Tal
  • Ofelia Roitman
  • Gabriela Leimberg
  • Mia Leimberg
  • Clara Merman
  • Rimon Kirsht
  • Noralin “Nataly” Babadilla
 
If they prevent the aid from getting there, then they can claim Israel didn't live up to the deal. They don't want aid to get to the people that need it, they want those people to suffer so they can blame Israel for all of it. If they intercept the aid, they can have it for themselves.

I can think of many more reason.. terrorists play games.
I love how Hamas keeps changing the rules, as they go. Reminds me of playing cards with my in-laws...
 
Moo.. Israel is waiting to go back to bombing and killing....what's the difference?
There is a big difference.

Israel will go back to looking for the remaining hostages. They will return to hunting down HAMAS and removing them, their weapons, their facilities, and their tunnels.

Israel had every right to begin that mission today when HAMAS broke the ceasefire and fired upon them, but here we are.. Israel showing restraint and honoring the ceasefire deal so the hostages have a chance of being freed.

Now that we have seen the condition some hostages are in and what the conditions they were held in were like, plus the 3 dead Israeli soldiers that HAMAS murdered... seems Israel has more fuel than ever to get the mission accomplished swiftly.
 
Damn, what utter ignorance. The last time I saw President Carter was when I took him to the Erez Crossing where he went into Gaza to plant a fir tree from Lebanon to symbolize peace. As a U.S. official, I couldn’t go with him. No one spoke up for the Palestinian people as Carter.

Well that's disgusting. The protesters not President Carter.
 
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