Discussion in 'West Asia & Africa' started by Yusuf, May 17, 2009.
@LETHALFORCE how to post disturbing images, without publicly seen.....
if anybody can help me.....
Open 'spoiler' and post the pic like you do for quotes.
Middle East Is On Verge Of War Following Trump's Recognition Of Jerusalem As Israel's Capital
thank you bro........
admins can take down the post if you feel offensive...
What really Happened in Palestine !
Spoiler: SPOILER :
hi bro didnt get how to open spoiler, what option should be pressed........
I don't get it, who will go on war with whom. What are Palestine military capabilities? It has no mention in globalfirepower. Turkey won't fight, Saudi won't , then who. No big casualties so far in clashes since Trump's announcement. Palestinian have nothing but stones which won't work against Israel.
This image is used more commonly
But there's also a counter for that.
Something like this
Jiski lathi uski bhes
It is in the insert icon, the 4th icon from the right.
The world has changed and people have become more practical and less zealous. A resolution would always need some compromise and this generation of Palestinians are beginning to understand that - beyond the politics and posturing of Hamas and Mahmoud Abbas.
In any case, the Islamic claim to Jerusalem was always an afterthought and lot less valid than the Jewish claim.
thank you bro, never knew this from past 10 years on DFI.............
4 Palestinians killed in new wave of violence over US Jerusalem move
President Donald Trump’s December 6 announcement that he would break with decades of US policy and move the embassy to Jerusalem has stirred global condemnation.
Four Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded Friday in clashes with Israeli forces as tens of thousands demonstrated against Washington’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
President Donald Trump’s December 6 announcement that he would break with decades of US policy and move the embassy to Jerusalem has stirred global condemnation, as well as demonstrations across Arab and Muslim countries.
On Friday, three men were killed in clashes between Israeli troops and stone-throwing Palestinians.
Two died along the border of Israel and the Gaza Strip, the Palestinian health ministry said, after the Hamas Islamist group that rules the enclave had called for another “day of rage”.
A third Palestinian was killed in clashes north of Jerusalem after being shot dead in the chest by the Israeli army, the ministry said.
The fourth stabbed an Israeli border police officer near a checkpoint on the outskirts of the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah, before being shot, police said.
The assailant, who later died of his wounds, wore what appeared to be a suicide vest, though it was unclear if it was operational.
The violence comes days before US Vice President Mike Pence is due to visit Israel, though he will no longer see Palestinian officials after they cancelled meetings in protest at the embassy move.
“We understand that the Palestinians may need a bit of a cooling off period, that’s fine,” a senior White House official said Friday. “We will be ready when the Palestinians are ready to re-engage.”
Pence is expected to try to push the Israeli-Palestinian peace process forward after he lands in Jerusalem on Wednesday, US administration officials have said.
“Obviously the last couple of weeks in the region have been a reaction to the Jerusalem decision,” said a second senior administration official.
Protests erupted across the West Bank after Friday weekly prayers, often a catalyst for clashes between young Palestinians and Israeli soldiers.
‘Bomb’ thrown at Mideast
In Gaza, tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets and a few thousand clashed with Israeli forces along different parts of the border.
The Palestinian health ministry said 164 people were injured in Gaza, with five in serious condition, and more than 100 were hospitalised in the West Bank.
Israel’s army said around 2,500 people were involved in “riots” in the West Bank and about 3,500 in Gaza.
Friday’s deaths brought to eight the number of Palestinians killed in violence or air strikes since Trump’s Jerusalem move.
Four men were killed in Gaza last week, two in protests. Two Hamas militants were killed in an Israeli air strike.
In Jordan, thousands of people also demonstrated on Friday in the latest round of protests called by the Muslim Brotherhood, burning Israeli and American flags.
The diplomatic fallout continued, with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan calling Trump’s decision a “bomb” thrown at the entire Middle East.
He called Israel a “terror state” and said: “Trying to make Jerusalem capital of a terror state is not a situation that can be accepted by Muslims.”
The status of Jerusalem is one of the most controversial issues in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Israel seized control of the eastern part of the city in the 1967 Middle East war and sees the whole of Jerusalem as its undivided capital. The Palestinians view the east as the capital of their future state.
Support for uprising
For decades global powers have avoided taking an opinion, keeping their embassies in Tel Aviv instead.
Trump declared, however, that he would move the embassy and has recognised the city as Israel’s capital.
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas will not meet Pence next week and has warned that Washington no longer had a role to play in the peace process.
A poll conducted after Trump’s announcement by the respected Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research found 45 percent of Palestinians supported a violent popular uprising, up from 35 percent three months previously.
Khalil Shikaki, the centre’s director, said the “only possible explanation” for the increase was Trump’s decision.
He said, however, the effectiveness of the Israeli forces and the Palestinian security forces’ ongoing cooperation with them had ensured the protests in the West Bank remained relatively minor.
While angered by Trump’s declaration, Abbas has not instructed his party Fatah or security forces to cut ties with Israel.
“Hamas is too weak in the West Bank to carry out any serious attacks (and) Fatah does not want to engage in violence,” Shikaki said.
“This is not likely to change any time soon.”
In Gaza, hermetically sealed off by Israel and Egypt, at least 12 rockets or mortar rounds have been fired from the territory since Trump’s announcement, with Israel hitting at least 10 sites in response.
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some pic from Palestine fb page
The video, published by #ISIS in Sinai, Egypt, during the execution of a member of #Hamas, was recorded just meters from a military base belonging to #Israel
An Israeli forces military tower of communication appeared in the video The tower is located at The Kerem Shalom crossing is a border crossing on the border between the #Gaza Strip and Israel. It is located west of Kerem Shalom. It is under the authority of the Israel Defense Forces
BEIRUT: A Hamas official narrowly escaped death when his car exploded in Sidon, south Lebanon, on Sunday afternoon.
He escaped the assassination attempt with leg injuries and underwent surgery at Hammoud Hospital in Sidon.
The explosion, from a 500-gram device placed under the driver’s seat, targeted Hamas member Mohammed Omar Hamdan, (aka “Abu hamzah“). It happened while Hamdan was entering his car, which was parked in Albustan Alkabir neighborhood.
Reporters at the scene said Hamdan told his rescuers he was trying to open his car boot to clean it when the explosion happened.
Jihad Taha, Hamas deputy political official in Lebanon, said: “Hamdan is a member of the movement, and he works at the office of its political official in Lebanon, Ahmad Abdul Hadi.”
Ghassan Ayoub, from the Palestinian People’s Party at Ain Al-Hilweh camp, told Arab News that Hamdan was not active in Sidon; rather, his activities are limited to Beirut.
“The explosion aimed to kill the target, not just injure him,” Ayoub noted.
“If Israel targeted Hamdan, it wouldn’t be the first time Israel failed to kill its target.”
The official Lebanese National News Agency reported later that “the explosion resulted from a 500-gram explosive device which was placed under the driver’s seat.”
The Lebanese army command said in a statement: “The explosive device went off in a grey BMW in Albustan Alkabir, which resulted in the injury of its Palestinian owner Mohammad Hamdan. The army forces imposed a security cordon around the area, and the military expert checked the location of the explosion to determine its size and nature.”
Hamdan was the only casualty in the blast, although his wife and one of his children were following him.
A security source said “The forensic evidence section collected the videos recorded by local cameras and listened to witnesses who were present at the scene. The investigation is trying to find out whether the explosion was caused by remote control or due to friction, as well as deciding the time Hamdan parked his car, and whether another person was driving the car.”
Taha accused the Israelis of targeting Hamdan, and so did Ayman Shana’a, a Hamas political official, who stressed that “we are waiting for the results of the investigations of the security forces.”
Hamas declared in a statement that “the initial indicators point to the presence of Zionist links behind the criminal act.”
Palestinian P90 (No one knows the name given to it by the unknown original gunsmith)
Looks like a primordial version of Tavor.
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