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April 29, 2015 9:18 am

Hamas Military Leader Mohammed Deif Reportedly Alive and Active

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Mohammed Deif is reportedly alive and active in Hamas military decisions. Photo: Photo: Channel 2

i24 News – Israeli and Palestinian assessments claim that Mohammed Deif, the commander of the Hamas military wing whom Israel tried to assassinate during last summer’s war in Gaza, is alive and actively involved in Hamas’ military decisions.

Hamas leader and former Prime Minister in Gaza Ismail Haniyeh said Wednesday that the Israeli occupation has admitted his failure to kill Deif, a reflection of its military echelon’s failure. He added that the Israeli assessments Deif are “evidence of the war crimes the Israeli occupation commits in Gaza, which include hurting civilians and UN facilities.”

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    SOURCE: Peace in the Middle East by Pat Condell

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    “All anyone needs to know about the Middle East conflict is that: the Jews want peace and the Arabs don’t, because the Arabs hate Jews for religious reasons and they want them dead. Politics and territory are just excuses.”


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    Palestinian leaders have had several chances for a two-state solution and they always rejected it because they don’t want a two-state solution, and they don’t care about the suffering of their people; they want all Jews out there or dead. The leader of Hezbollah is on record as saying that he won’t be happy until every Jew on earth is dead. Once you realize that this is the position, then whatever you think of Israeli security measures, your moral standpoint has to change. We know that if the Arabs would lay down their weapons, they could have peace and prosperity for all their people, and the Israelis would not need to build barriers or do anything else the world disapproves of; they could simply get on with what they do best; technological innovation, making life better for all of us, including Arabs.

    One the other hand, we know that if the Israelis were to lay down their weapons, they would be massacred, men women and children alike. The Arabs are even happy to put their own children in the firing line to attack Jews, they hate them so much, and this hatred comes directly from their religion.”

    SOURCE: Why I support Israel by Pat Condell

    Pat Condell is an atheist who was born in Ireland around 1950 CE and raised in England as a Roman Catholic and educated in Church of England schools.

  • A Sanders

    What a shame