Friday, November 03, 2006

The brave Palestinian warriors escape - hiding behind women

Can you guess which ones are Hamas `warriors' in drag?

The standoff at the mosque in Beit Hanoun ended today, as the brave, ferocious Palestinian fighters did what they always do..hide behind women and children.

Hamas radio issued a call for women to act as human shields around the besieged terrorists who were trapped in a mosque by the IDF, as I related yesterday. They figured, rightly, that the Israelis would hold off from shooting at them before they got in position to aid the terrorist's escape.Several hundred women went to the mosque and allowed the brave Palestinian warriors to flee.

At least two of the escaping gunmen were disguised as veiled women. Several women were shot, and at least one was killed, but it's not certain at this point who did the shooting, especially since Palestinian gunmen were firing on the IDF from inside a crowd of civilian `protesters' at the scene after loudspeakers across Gaza called on people to come to demonstrations after Friday prayers to express `solidarity' with Beit Hanoun. By late morning, two rallies were already in progress in Beit Hanoun, and gunmen in the crowds were firing at IDF soldiers.

The IDF went into Beit Hanoun in an attempt to end the ongoing Palestinian rocket fire on nearby Israeli communities.

One of the grimly humorous aspects of this is the horror evidenced by the racist BBC and the usual outlets at the IDF actually surrounding a mosque and firing on genocidal terrorists holed up inside it. None of these people had a single thing to say about the Palestinians burning and desecrating synagogues in Gaza after the Israelis retreated. Or for that matter, about the Palestinian desecration of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.

Hams Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh had the gall to crow over this and "saluted the women of Palestine ... who led the protest to break the siege of Beit Hanoun." Haniyeh urged U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan to witness firsthand "the massacres of the Palestinian people," and appealed to the Arab world to "stop the ongoing bloodshed."

In seperate actions, IDF forces operating in the Balata refugee camp in the city of Nablus inSamaria (the West Bank) last night killed two jihadis, members of the al Aksa Brigade, who were planning a car bomb attack. The bomb was exploded safely by IDF sappers. The IDF also went in Bethelehem today after an officer in the Border Police's elite Yamam unit was moderately wounded Friday evening by Palestinian gunmen.

The Beast continues to eat its own.

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