Another Hamas leader killed in Gaza strikes

In a new blow to Hamas, Israeli Air Force killed Ahmed Abu Jalal , a leader of the Islamic resistance movement in an air strike in the Gaza Strip.

This development comes after the assassination of Ahmed Jabari, commander of the Ezzedine al Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas

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  • adir

    Hehehehehe!

    • Hannibal

      Nothing to laugh about… Innocent people are dying in either camps.

  • adir

    Hehehehehe!

    • Hannibal

      Nothing to laugh about… Innocent people are dying in either camps.

  • Btru2u

    Word on the street is, Egypt is too scared to help the Palestinians since the their defeat in 1967. Westerners are saying Arab leaders as all talk and no action. Unfortunately I have to agree with them. Until the caliphate is re- established the situation will deteriate for the Muslims .

    • nagy_michael2

      the fact is no arabs like Palestinianes anyway. they all spit in their faces and their leaders are used either by Iran and Syria or few by Gulf Countries. that’s why Israel knows if they hit them hard nothing will happen. Syria and Iran been boosting about protectors of the PLO cause. Hezbollah wants to be the champion of that cause except they act nothing short of Chimpanzeess..My hunch is Iran and Syria and hezbollah have this israeli vs hamas war. They’re going to do it in stages and see what will become of it. If Hamas is loosing too much ground, chances are Syria will escalate it in Golan Heights. Hezbollah like a goat will follow Iran orders to cause some kind of problems at the border to invite israel to war. I am sure end of 2012 and early 2013 we will see lots of actions. God knows how much Syria and iran are planning to cause damages in order to save the regime..

  • Btru2u

    Word on the street is, Egypt is too scared to help the Palestinians since the their defeat in 1967. Westerners are saying Arab leaders as all talk and no action. Unfortunately I have to agree with them. Until the caliphate is re- established the situation will deteriate for the Muslims .

    • nagy_michael2

      the fact is no arabs like Palestinianes anyway. they all spit in their faces and their leaders are used either by Iran and Syria or few by Gulf Countries. that’s why Israel knows if they hit them hard nothing will happen. Syria and Iran been boosting about protectors of the PLO cause. Hezbollah wants to be the champion of that cause except they act nothing short of Chimpanzeess..My hunch is Iran and Syria and hezbollah have this israeli vs hamas war. They’re going to do it in stages and see what will become of it. If Hamas is loosing too much ground, chances are Syria will escalate it in Golan Heights. Hezbollah like a goat will follow Iran orders to cause some kind of problems at the border to invite israel to war. I am sure end of 2012 and early 2013 we will see lots of actions. God knows how much Syria and iran are planning to cause damages in order to save the regime..

  • Btru2u

    The timing of the Israeli aggression shows they are concerned about the syrian uprising . Bashars regime has awas given Israel security . Israel does not want that to change.

    • Steven

      What’s your “Israeli aggression” garbage all about?  The terrorists have been firing rockets from months and months.  Israel has every right to defend themselves.  Let the terrorists, those who survive, live in the rubble without electricity.  It would be most deserved.

      • Btru2u

        As exected Israels paid propaganda machine is well and alive on this site. The fact is Palestinians are in the right .it s their land, and they have every right to resist the way they are being persecuted. Differentiating right from wrong is differentiating good from evil. We are all going to die soon anyway, we might as well go fighting for what is right. Gods justice is eternal, and this life is a simple test in a fleeting moment in Gods time. The righteous are not afraid of death, but the oppressors fear it and you see through their black souls.

        • 5thDrawer

          Don’t need propaganda on this one Brutus. They have filmed evidence on the rocket attacks and where they come from.
          You want to die for some ‘god’ somewhere, be my guest if you wish to be that ‘righteous’. I accept that death occurs because it is a part of life in general. I’d rather not speed it along. (excluding the joys of scotch and a good cigar, of course ;-)
          We can agree on the right’s of the farmers who ‘owned’ that land for aeons … and that some Israelis are stealing it or rather using inhumane methods of forcing people off it … generally the ones who also believe too heavily in that same god … but yes, they are all going to die eventually anyway. Why keep killing each other over it?

          Armies should be composed of those who will volunteer after age 60 – those who, having decided some godly theory is a correct thing to fight about because of their life-education of the previous 60 years, may join combatants of ‘the other side’ on the barren Sinai Dessert with limited-range weapons, and joyfully ‘wink out’ as they wish – fighting for ’cause’.
          Points accumulated each year-end will decide which groups of people shuffle back and forth in other lands – houses never destroyed allow the changes of location – and young people would always have jobs with moving companies.

      • Hannibal

        I prefer you say that both sides are terrorists… Palestinians have their grievances too…

  • Btru2u

    The timing of the Israeli aggression shows they are concerned about the syrian uprising . Bashars regime has awas given Israel security . Israel does not want that to change.

    • Steven Zeluck

      What’s your “Israeli aggression” garbage all about?  The terrorists have been firing rockets from months and months.  Israel has every right to defend themselves.  I hope they raze all of Gaza and let the terrorists and other assorted human garbage live in the rubble.  It would be most deserved.

      • Btru2u

        As exected Israels paid propaganda machine is well and alive on this site. The fact is Palestinians are in the right .it s their land, and they have every right to resist the way they are being persecuted. Differentiating right from wrong is differentiating good from evil. We are all going to die soon anyway, we might as well go fighting for what is right. Gods justice is eternal, and this life is a simple test in a fleeting moment in Gods time. The righteous are not afraid of death, but the oppressors fear it and you see through their black souls.

        • 5thDrawer

          Don’t need propaganda on this one Brutus. They have filmed evidence on the rocket attacks and where they come from.
          You want to die for some ‘god’ somewhere, be my guest if you wish to be that ‘righteous’. I accept that death occurs because it is a part of life in general. I’d rather not speed it along. (excluding the joys of scotch and a good cigar, of course ;-)
          We can agree on the right’s of the farmers who ‘owned’ that land for aeons … and that some Israelis are stealing it or rather using inhumane methods of forcing people off it … generally the ones who also believe too heavily in that same god … but yes, they are all going to die eventually anyway. Why keep killing each other over it?

          Armies should be composed of those who will volunteer after age 60 – those who, having decided some godly theory is a correct thing to fight about because of their life-education of the previous 60 years, may join combatants of ‘the other side’ on the barren Sinai Dessert with limited-range weapons, and joyfully ‘wink out’ as they wish – fighting for ’cause’.
          Points accumulated each year-end will decide which groups of people shuffle back and forth in other lands – houses never destroyed allow the changes of location – and young people would always have jobs with moving companies.

      • Hannibal

        I prefer you say that both sides are terrorists… Palestinians have their grievances too…