Monday, September 27, 2010

Three Palestinian Jihadis Take A Dirt Nap
Car swarm, everybody!

Three members of Islamic Jihad's al-Kuds brigade learned the hard way that it doesn't pay to launch rocket attacks on Israel.

The Shin Bet and the IDF had apparently been tracking a cell of these cockroaches.

The strike took place as the cell members were spotted moving towards the Noserat refugee camp in central Gaza.Muhammad Abu Id, Awani Abdel-Khadi and Ala Abu Zbeida – all confirmed members of the Islamic Jihad's al-Quds Brigades - became extra crispy courtesy of the IDF.

The IDF Spokesman's Unit confirmed the strike, saying that "the Israel Air Force, in a joint military-Shin Bet operation, attacked a terror cell preparing to fire at Israel."

Along with shooting up cars on Israel's roads, rockets have continue to be fired at Israel's civilians. During the past week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Israeli communities near Gaza vicinity and warned Hamas and its friends that Israel's patience was running out.

"Our first commitment is to security, and I suggest Hamas and the other organization not test us on that."

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1 comment:

B.Poster said...

This is always good news when one of these Jihadists meets their just end, however, I don't think this goes nearly far enough. I think simply taking out a few of these people here or there is simply not enough.

I'm thinking "Dresden." The United States and its allies fire bombed the entire city during WWII. This was justified because the United States and its allies had to eliminate a mortal threat to their countries and once defeated this enemy had to know it had been defeated and any possibility of this enemy rising again had to be eliminated.

In the early 21st century, Israel faces a far greater threat to its existence and its security from the Palestinians than America and its allies ever faced from Nazi Germany. I'm not trying to suggest that a Dresden type attack on Palestinian villages and towns would necessarily be the correct strategy. While this enemy poses a far greater threat to Israel than Nazi Germany ever posed or likely could have posed to America or its allies, it is not the same enemy nor is modern day Isarel the same as America or Europe of the WWII era. As such, a Dresden type response by Israel against Palestinian attacks might not necessarily be the correct strategy. With that said, if one is to argue that the United States and its allies were justified in attacking Dresden in the manner that they did then Israel is certainly morally justified should they wish to respond to a far greater threat to them than the one faced by the Americans or their allies in WWII in a fashion simillar to how America and its allies conducted the Dresden attack.