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JUST-IN: Israel 'Countdown to Launch Major Ground Invasion into Gaza has Begun'! Launches 2nd Missile into Syria
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26437823:MV8yMDQ4NjE4XzM0NDI4MDQwXzc5N0FBMDMw] [quote:email@example.com 24075997:MV8yMDQ4NjE4XzM0NDI0Mzg2Xzc0M0M0QkU4] [quote:DoorBert:MV8yMDQ4NjE4XzM0NDI0MzA4XzVCNURFQ0U3] [b]War Drums in the North; Syria Fires Yet Another Mortar at Israel[/b] A mortar shell from Syria landed in the Golan Heights Monday, prompting the IDF to return fire for the second time in two days. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/162003#.UKD9TOQ0WSo [/quote] Hate to bring up the obvious, but aren't the Golan Hights occupied Syrian territory? The Jews are trying to steal more of it by yhese actions. You won't like wgere all this is going to take us. [/quote] No, not "Occupied Syrian Territory". When Egypt and Syria unilaterally attacked Israel in 1967, Israel kicked their asses and sent them packing. Golan was where Syria launched the attack from. In order to avoid such an attack in the future, Syria AGREED that the Golan would be a "buffer zone" between the two countries, under Israeli control (spoils of war). Israel did only what was necessary to protect the nation, nothing more. If they wanted, they could have taken all of Syria and most of Egypt back in '67, but they used discretion and wisdom and only kept the land (some of which has been returned voluntarily, yet the Hammas and Hezbollah factions keep shelling and firing missiles!) that was needed to insure no surprise attacks happened again. That's right. Back in '67, Israel kicked the crap out of TW [/quote]
Israel may launch a ground invasion into Gaza, Benjamin Netanyahu has indicated, after a weekend of escalating cross border violence.
By lunchtime on Sunday, more than 70 rockets and mortars had landed in Israel from Gaza within 24 hours, leaving six Palestinians killed and eight Israelis injured.
At a cabinet meeting on Sunday morning, Mr Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, said: "The world needs to understand that Israel will not sit idly by in the face of attempts to attack us. We are prepared to intensify the response."
One unnamed senior Israeli government official, said: "A ground incursion is certainly not out of the question although we hope it won't come to that."
link to www.telegraph.co.uk
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