Thursday, March 13, 2014

Israel Retaliates To Over 100 Rocket Attacks By Islamic Jihad in Gaza, Abbas Blames Israel For "Escalation"

Remember the first world leader that Barack Hussein Obama called after becoming U.S. President in 2009?  Yep...Mahmoud Abbas...the leader of the the so-called Palestinian Authority...the same man who has blamed Israel for "escalating" the situation in Gaza and Israel when Israel retaliated after nearly 100 rocket attacks fired into Israel by Islamic Jihad rocket crews.

So Mr. Obama and Mr. Abbas, Israel is supposed to just sit there on their hands while ANOTHER 100 rocket attacks occur?  I'd say an "escalation" would be in order that should include a hellfire up the ass of one, Mahmoud Abbas.

The story comes from Israel National News.


Abbas Blames Israel for Gaza Escalation


Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday blamed Israel for the latest escalation in Gaza.

In a statement issued by his spokesman and quoted by Reuters, Abbas urged to put an end to what he called "Israeli military escalation in the Gaza Strip."

The statement did not condemn the Islamic Jihad and the other Gaza-based terrorists that have been firing rockets at southern Israel for years. The Islamic Jihad earlier on Wednesday fired a barrage of 60 rockets at southern Israel.

In retaliation, the Israeli Air Force struck 29 terror targets belonging to Islamic Jihad and Hamas in Gaza.

The IDF noted that while Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the rocket fire, Hamas's control on the region renders them responsible for preventing escalation and terror activity.

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday night instructed the defense establishment to do whatever necessary to restore the quiet to Israel’s south.

The Islamic Jihad, meanwhile, issued its own warning to Israel, saying that if the IDF continues to strike in Gaza, the Islamic Jihad will fire long-range rockets at Israel.

12 comments:

The Duhnmharu said...

Abu Mazen, or Mahmoud Abbas decalres this rocket attacks are because of ISraeli escalation! Abbas is nuts. Thats all I can say. The Jihadis are armed by Iran paid by Iran and directed by Iran to heat things up. The fire over 150 rockets in total and somehow its Israels fault. Iran is rapidly heading for a comeuppance , and so are teh jihadi elements. Sulemein should be very careful how high he stokes teh jihadi flames lest he too gets burned. If Israel can get Nuclear Scientists Sulemein would be just as easy

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Rocket shipments are retaliation for the murder of our scientists.

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

The Duhnmharu said...

That would be ok if it was israel that did it, and so far Iran has no evidence that points the bone at ISrael.

Now colonel kindly answer my previous questions. Why does Iran feel a need to arm terrorists, pay them and set them loose to cause mayhem and destruction? The current Iran Col if you have kids, is this teh Iran you want them to grow up in.
I have asked these same questions of you three times. Three times ignored. Be honest it is after all your opinion as poaresed through teh optics of your life.

Don't duck teh questions or answer with a question (lest someone think you were jewish) straight up col. Is teh current Iran teh same Iran you want for your people.

amspirnational said...

Abbas may have been the first world leader Obama consulted after taking office, but this did not prevent Obama from caving to Netanyahu's resistance to O's quite tentative proposals, and it did not prevent Abbas from complaining that Obama lead him out on a political branch among his people three times and cut off the branch all three.

Obama is owned by The Lobby as much as was Bush.

Anonymous said...

Well Marine. Why did you ignore my similar questions?

Why does America feel a need to arm terrorists, pay them and set them loose to cause mayhem and destruction?

I'll answer your question, but I expect an answer to mine as well. I didn't duck your questions, I was awaiting a reply for mine.

To answer your question, Iran's proxy groups are merely a response to the proxy groups of Israel and America.

Our attacks are a response to your arming of Saddam Hussein with chemical weapons, launched from his Scuds at our cities. To your arming him with state of the art weaponry, to be unleashed against us without provocation.

Our attacks are a response to the cold blooded murder of our civilian scientists by MEK, a clear proxy of America and Israel.

No society is the perfect one you desire. I'm sure the current America is not the kind of nation you want your children to grow up in, if you have children.

As for my ideal Iranian society, it was that of Mosaddegh. You know, the democratically elected leader of Iran your CIA overthrew in an illegal and bloody coup in 1953.

What do you have to say about that? I've asked your opinion on that issue far more than three times. Why are you dodging that question? Could it be that it is highly inconvenient to your hypocritical attacks on my nation?

If you don't like the current regime in power here in Iran, remember you put them in power. By propping up the Shah.

You made your bed, now sleep in it.

Iran should be a reminder to you, everytime you think of overthrowing sovereign, democratically elected governments, to suit your financial interests.

Let's see what you have to say. Honestly, I'm not holding my breath. I'll expect another tirade about the Apocalypse and how Israel has to take matters into its own hands. Same old Schtick from an over the hill leatherneck.

Come on Marine, rise to the challenge! Answer the questions. I answered yours.

By the way, what is your rank? I've given mine, it's proper you disclose yours.

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

The Duhnmharu said...

Actually Col I probably missed your question as i was having one of those bad days that I exsplained to you about a while ago. I will however endeavour to answer them. the 1953 question was before my time though.

Anonymous said...

Well Thank You for taking said initiative.

1953 is as relevant today as it was on the day it was carried out. Regardless if it was before your time or not. It was before my time as well.

Don't dodge the question. By doing so you are only reiterating my point, that your country is at least partially responsible for the Mullah government of Iran.

Furthering my other point that such military adventurism will only come back full circle and hurt you in the long run far more than it helps you in the short term.

You think Iraq won't have blowback 15-20 years down the line? It will. And you still won't learn the important lesson of how dangerous the illegal interference in the internal matters of sovereign nations is.

Despite what your media portrays, most Iranians don't hate you or your country. But you will poison the relations of future Iranian and American generations if you decide to rattle your saber further and start another unnecessary conflict.

The Mullahs won't be around forever.

Sooner or later they will be replaced by a more rational generation.

But have no illusions, the future generation will not kowtow to your foreign policy whims. They will be nationalistic and will support the ultimate protection to our sovereignty.

I leave the last point to your imagination.

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

Holger Awakens said...

The U.S. propped up the Shah? I didn't realize there was a choice for the U.S. at the time...unless you are saying that instead of supporting the Shah we should have embraced a bunch of goat-fucking pedophile Mahdi awaiting fanatics like Khomenei...then I guess we'd have to say the Shah was a lot better choice. Yes?

:Holger Danske

Anonymous said...

Yes you did have a choice. You shouldn't have illegally overthrown the democratically elected government of Mossadegh in 1953. And replaced it with the Shah. Thus opening the door for Khomeini. The shah had no legitimacy, but as long as the cheap oil kept flowing you didn't care. Mossadegh was a threat to your oil companies because he nationalized Iran's oil.

The Shah was a better choice? No, not when you take into account he was your puppet, replacing a leader the Iranian people freely elected with their conscience.

Such glaring omissions from your "comeback" Holger. I wonder why you are so reluctant to talk about Operation Ajax. Could it be your arrogance blinds your ability to admit a mistake? One your country has been feeling the blowback for 35 years.

Come on Marine(I assume that's your branch of service) give a straight answer for once.

What is your honest opinion of Operation Ajax? 1953.

In retrospect, would you have done it? Or allow Iran to nationalize its own oil?

I wouldn't think these are too difficult questions.

Humble yourself in front of your viewers and give an honest opinion. Operation Ajax, legitimate? Moral? Or not?

I'll take your or anyone of your subscribers' silence on the simple, straightforward question as a supporting argument for Operation Ajax. If not, please reply.

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

Findalis said...

And maybe if you didn't try to make a nuke or two your scientists wouldn't be murdered.

Anonymous said...

Still doesn't answer my question regarding Operation Ajax now does it?

Why so dodgy about that?

Oh I'm sorry, I guess I missed the hypocrisy. Some nations are allowed the ultimate guarantee of sovereignty and others should slavishly obey them.

Silly me! How could I have forgotten! Of course Israel has special rights and privileges that supersede the rights of other nations and International Law in general.

You must think we're idiots to give up our nuclear rights. And bow down to a tiny sliver of a state.

Get it through your thick "Israel Firster" heads. We will not compromise our sovereignty to accommodate the Napoleon syndrome suffered by Israelis. Period!

Now, what is your answer to the question pertaining to Operation Ajax?

Lt. Colonel(retired) Reza Pejman

The Duhnmharu said...

Actually Finlandis Iran can make all teh nukes she wants it is her right. However I draw a serious take them out red line, when they threaten to wipe another country off the map. Thats gone too far. That is not Iran's right on any level. Threats such as that causes the threatened country to start taking out teh scientists Iran needs to complete their bomb program. (gee wonder why) Making such threats Iran has shown she lacks teh maturity to handle such extreme power. Until Iran's ideas of wiping out Israel die off, she has lost teh right to making nukes. Her nuclear projecty is also not for peaceful purpose as declared and any fatwa against producing a bomb is simply lip service for teh uninitiated. When you threaten to wipe someone out, peaceful purspose just does not hold water.