Jihad leader killed in Israeli air strike

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A senior commander of Gaza Strip militant group Islamic Jihad has been killed in an Israeli air strike, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Prime Minister's Office said in a statement Tuesday.

And, in Damascus, Syria says another Israeli air strike killed at least two people including the son of Islamic Jihad leader, Akram al-Ajouri.
The moves clearly ignite tension along the Israel-Gaza border. Baha Abu al-Ata was killed in the overnight strike on a house in Shajaiyah, in Gaza City. His wife Asma Abu Al-Ata was also killed, while seven others -- including children -- were injured, Palestinian Ministry of Health officials said.

Islamic Jihad vowed to avenge the killing, saying in a statement: "The response to this crime will have no limits ... the occupation will be the one responsible for this aggression."

Islamic Jihad leader, Khaled al-Batsh, said at a press conference Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, "will pay a high price."

Fifty rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza, with about 20 intercepted, after the strike that killed Abu al-Ata, the IDF said.

 

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A senior commander of Gaza Strip militant group Islamic Jihad has been killed in an Israeli air strike, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Prime Minister's Office said in a statement Tuesday.

And, in Damascus, Syria says another Israeli air strike killed at least two people including the son of Islamic Jihad leader, Akram al-Ajouri.
The moves clearly ignite tension along the Israel-Gaza border. Baha Abu al-Ata was killed in the overnight strike on a house in Shajaiyah, in Gaza City. His wife Asma Abu Al-Ata was also killed, while seven others -- including children -- were injured, Palestinian Ministry of Health officials said.

Islamic Jihad vowed to avenge the killing, saying in a statement: "The response to this crime will have no limits ... the occupation will be the one responsible for this aggression."

Islamic Jihad leader, Khaled al-Batsh, said at a press conference Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, "will pay a high price."

Fifty rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza, with about 20 intercepted, after the strike that killed Abu al-Ata, the IDF said.

Glad he got croaked. It is time for Israel to finish off Gaza.
 

CtC

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I certainly shed no tears for him.

By which you mean to say what, exactly? :confused:
Self evident. Wipe them out. Push THEM into the Sea.The only way for Israel to have peace is to scatter these terrorists who miscall themselves "Palistinians". They are Arabs. They could assimilate into any Arabic Speaking country. They have NO legitimate claim to that land.
 
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Self evident. Wipe them out. Push THEM into the Sea.The only way for Israel to have peace is to scatter these terrorists who miscall themselves "Palistinians". They are Arabs. They could assimilate into any Arabic Speaking country. They have NO legitimate claim to that land.
They're pawns.
 

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They're pawns.
No. They are NOT pawns. They are the 3rd generation of the filth that abandoned their homes and left so the Arab countries could destroy the New/Old State of Israel. Since they left to set up a mass murder ,they have no claim to Israel. Biggest mistake the Mossad ever made was not taking out Yasser Arafat back in 1967.
 

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Wipe them out.
That is not practical. Nor is it moral or humane - the very qualities that separate Israel from the terrorists.
[The Palestinian Arabs] have NO legitimate claim to that land.
While that is true, dealing with the situation is far more complex than you are representing. For instance, they are not all terrorists.
 
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That is not practical. Nor is it moral or humane - the very qualities that separate Israel from the terrorists.

While that is true, dealing with the situation is far more complex than you are representing. For instance, they are not all terrorists.
I visited Israel shortly after Yom Kippur War. 'Nuff said on this subject. PS--Lost some cousins from that incident.
 
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