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News has been quite busy today; talk everywhere of invasion of rafah imminent, Egyptians have reinforced the border militarily, hamas attempts to re establish utself in the north after zio withdraw putting olice officers on the streets to stop looting, one of last hospitals raided in Khan Yunis, Hezbollah firing on new bases with largest volleys of the war, zio warplanes over Beirut.


Russia is ready to support the strengthening of Iraq's security forces in the light of calls from Baghdad to expell US troops.
- Russian Foreign Ministry


European perspective on the snafu




the whole squad is here


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It's an archive foto, but yea it's a great one.
Antisecterian in action is the only way to win anything.



Yet after four months, it is becoming harder to sustain the official narrative that the purpose of the war is to eliminate Hamas and secure the release of the hostages. It is increasingly clear that these goals are contradictory, since the greatest threat to the hostages’ lives is the continuation of the violence. With the number of IDF casualties rising, more than a hundred Israeli captives still being held in Gaza, and no significant gains in weakening Hamas’s operational capacities, public support for the war is declining. A significant majority – 58% – have expressed a lack of confidence in Netanyahu’s management of it. More Israelis now believe that returning the captives should take priority over the destruction of Hamas than vice versa.


Just today the IDF admitted after internal investigation it bombed one of the hostages to death, the one which had 2 hostages on tape saying the same claim shortly after the hostage death.


I think Israel is trying to invade Rafah because that's where they believe Deif & Yahya Sinwar are located.


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Hashish dealers in Morocco have stopped supplying Israeli smugglers with hashish due to the ongoing war in Gaza, according to a Friday N12 report.
It is unclear exactly when the boycott began. However, the report stated that criminal organizations have already lost "tens of millions of shekels" since the boycott began.

Moroccan hash is sought after worldwide as a high-quality premium product, with estimates putting the trade's yearly value in the billions, making it one of Morocco's most valuable industries after tourism and phosphate exports.
The majority of Morocco's cannabis is grown and processed into hashish in the al-Rif region in the north of the country.

An Israeli involved in the drug trade living in Morocco told N12 that the export of hashish is a key part of the Moroccan economy and that without it, their economy would collapse.
Moroccan hash was regularly smuggled into Israel before the war, with several criminal organizations involved in the trade, the report noted. Local Israeli smugglers were regularly employed by these groups, some of them even Yeshiva students.

"The hashish dealers in Morocco are not willing to sell us more hashish either directly or through intermediaries," a drug smuggler from Israel told N12, "They decided that because of the war, they are boycotting us. Since the war, we have lost a lot of money. Tens of millions of shekels at least."

A Moroccan dealer from al-Rif confirmed to N12 that a boycott had been put in place, saying, "Why is it possible for Israelis to make a living selling Moroccan hashish when our Palestinian brothers are suffering from hunger and living in inhumane conditions? Go buy it somewhere else. We no longer sell hashish to Israelis.
"Before the war, we did business here with Israelis. Smugglers and dealers came here and made good money. Now that's the end of it."


nice, that means my european high quality morrocan hash is prolly gonna get cheaper, excellent news
pretty baffled to see criminals drug trader deciding to do a boycott though, it is unusual to say the least


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Vid. Pretty interesting. I imagine drones has made recon and targeting for using these kinds of rockets very cheap and easy, that Hezbollah has proved it can put drones over Israel without being detected.
>excellent news


>nice, that means my european high quality morrocan hash
>illegal weed
>high quality
Why can't you guys just get Dutch hash or something?


Because weed is still illegal in most of Europe?


Yeah but the best weed comes from places where it's legal. I smoke weed in a state where it's illegal but I get my shit from legal growers that are selling it on the side. If I was in Europe I'd be trying to get that Dutch shit. I dunno, maybe Morrocan weed is alright, but it strikes me like buying Mexican weed which has always been the most bottom of the barrel shit I'd never smoke.


It's probably pretty hard to dump legal product onto the illegal market and still make a profit, after all there's no tax on the illegal stuff


even if the quality is great, its crazy expensive (like easily double-triple price for same quality, even worse if you're ok with meh quality), and as its still illegal anyway… no big network is gonna import from there when they can import way cheaper from morroco. Also the guys doing it have often family contacts over there, and certainly not in netherlands. And iirc the netherland legal framework is a bit weird where you can still easily get fucked if youre a producer.
also moroccans do make great shit


Hezbrollah has the best theme music for their vids, it is hype.


Because it's going to cost more to get it from a legal weed countries supplies, retard. and there is nothing to imply illegally grown and produced will be worse quality except quite literally your (probably american racist) feelings, Moron.


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>Sorry, but the high will stop until the genocide stops.


Of course illegal weed is worse dipshit. But you're a filthy bong who has probably never smoked a gram of non-ass weed in your life.


street weed is better than dispo here


>/leftypol/ - weed economics discussion


>Dutch shit.

Where do you think the weed in the Netherlands comes from? Lmao. Growing weed in the Netherlands is still completely illegal, only the sale is discriminalized. Growing weed in Morocco is legal. You got it wrong.


I looked it up and that's not what the results I'm seeing are saying about where it's grown. Huh, sso all weed in Europe is kind of sus huh. Well looks like they just legalized growing.


Absolutely not, in fact everything up until and except for the sale to the consumer is illegal in the Netherlands, with the exception for a small number of lincesed medical cannabis farms and libertine sentiment has been cooling in the last 2 decades with cities like Amsterdam trying to clamp down on coffee shop culture and prostitution in general.

Meanwhile in Morocco it's the other way round, everything is legal except for recreational use. Morocco is one of the world biggest Cannabis exporters, through legal channels and illegal ones.


Are we going to see casualty numbers totalling over 1 million following the Rafah offensive? I don't see Egypt opening the border.


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>I don't see Egypt opening the border.
we need a palestinian moses to bring the people into egypt (and to block traffic in the red sea by parting it)


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I know the dust literally hasn't settled, but what's our assessment of Al-Aqsa Flood so far? Hamas seemed eager to fight the IOF in a ground war and all things considered they're doing pretty alright so far. I still feel like they must have underestimated the sheer scale of the death and destruction that the Oct 7 offensive would unleash. Sadly Gazans are used to a thousand or so people getting killed every couple years but this is so much worse.


Funnily enough, I just read an article about this on the Electronic Intifada. The outlook is positive as Hamas busted the myth of Israeli military might. Now the IDF is posting tiktok videos of them committing war crimes, so the only people still supporting Israel are people with material reasons to do so or who are complete fucking idiots (or wannabe war criminals).

The world will not be the same once this is over, and it will ultimately end badly for the West and its allies. The author predicts a second Arab Spring, and says that if the Arab world plays its cards right they could even set a new tone for how the world is governed in the future - though he doesn't say this this new world order would be socialist, as he's a member of Hamas' political bureau.



>Of course illegal weed is worse dipshit.
>But you're a filthy bong
Go back to twitter with your schizo feels you moron faggot


Seems we have reached a point of contradictions: if the occupation goes into Rafah, it could mean the end of support for them from the outside world, and if they do, they will expel about a million Palestinians into the Sinai.


It's the Zionist once-in-a-generation chance, even if it means a wider war. Too bad a wider war is exactly what the ultranationalists want.


The body of 6-year-old Hind Rajab was found along with 5 martyred members of her family, 12 days after losing contact with them.
The Palestinian Red Crescent reports that one of their ambulances was found bombarded in the Tal Al-Hawa area in Gaza City, with the martyrdom of the crew, Youssef Zeino and Ahmed Al-Madhoun, after losing their traces during the rescue mission of the child Hind Rajab 12 days ago.
The occupation deliberately targeted the ambulance immediately upon its arrival at the site, where the ambulance was found a few meters away from the vehicle where the girl Hind was trapped.
The occupation deliberately targeted the Red Crescent team despite having obtained prior coordination to allow the ambulance to reach the site to rescue the girl Hind.
Glory to the martyrs.


Commander Abu Khaled, spokesperson for the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces (the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine), issued a military statement regarding the combat actions of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces:
First: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces are engaged in fierce battles on the axes of advance in the city of Khan Younis, where they confronted the "israeli" enemy forces with appropriate weapons, including machine guns and anti-tank and anti-personnel rocket shells, inflicting heavy losses on the enemy between killed and wounded.
Second: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces are engaged in violent clashes with the "israeli" enemy forces on the combat axes around the Al-Amal neighborhood and the Al-Batn Al-Sameen in Khan Younis, using machine guns, hand grenades, explosive devices, and B7 anti-tank shells, causing heavy losses among the enemy, both killed and wounded, as well as destroying one of their vehicles and setting it on fire.
Third: The rocket artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces launched a barrage of rockets towards the "Holit" settlement, and the rockets hit their targets.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media
February 10, 2024


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Hezbollah actions 02/10/24:

12:40: targeting the "Branit" barracks with rocket weapons.
14:30: taking control of an "israeli" Skylark enemy drone, which is in good technical condition.
15:05: targeting the Jal Al-Alam site with rocket weapons and hitting it directly.
17:15: targeting a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers in the Aita al-Shaab heights with rocket weapons and hitting it directly.
17:45: targeting a building in the "Manara" settlement in which "israeli" enemy soldiers were stationed, with appropriate weapons and hitting it directly, in response to the "israeli" aggressions on the southern villages and civilian homes.
17:45: targeting the soldier housing facility in the "Kiryat Shmona" settlement with appropriate weapons and hitting it directly, in response to the "israeli" aggressions on villages and civilian homes.
18:15: targeting the artillery positions of the "israeli" enemy forces in "Dishon" with Katyusha rockets.
18:20: targeting the "Khirbet Ma'ar" base and its artillery positions with Falaq rockets.

The number of operations carried out by the Islamic Resistance during 126 days, from 08/10/2023 until 10/02/2024, reached 1008 operations.


>LOL dead kids is precisely why the conflict is still ongoing, if not the original reason. Dead human beings, of course, are the most important thing about war. But you know that.
Dead people are the product of war not the cause you dipshit
>The way you say people who are bleeding heart because the dead kids makes it sound like the murdered people are less important than the land (and forgetting that what you say about liberals there will apply to socialists too; there wasn't this level of protest whein it was 'just' the blockade.
Once again, dead people are the product and libs overestimate the power of protest greatly. Protests don't end wars, the wars are decided by the cost benefit calculations of the participants and muh public opinion hardly rates at all. Shit, look how much the protests slowed up yet the war hasn't at all. It's all very performative and short-attention-spanned.

No war ever ended because people suddenly had the epiphany that kiling was badong.
>Plus I find it odd even after these years that a lefty site this vocal allows stastikas.


It might actually be a once in a lifetime chance to be honest. The US is already on the out in the middle east and its long-term plans are conflicts with Russia and China. It's already in such a terrible state that its exhausted just by a proxy war. Any hopes of winning an expansive regional war are going to require American intervention, and the coming decades aren't looking good for them. It might really be now or never.


Al-Aqsa Flood was a huge success that was necessary to stop arab normalization with israel


Thought this was notable because it was in the Israeli English language press.
Palestinian says Israeli soldiers used him as human shield during West Bank raid
A Palestinian shop owner said Israeli troops used him as a human shield to protect themselves during a raid on the town of Dura in the West Bank yesterday.

Cellphone footage showed Baha Abu Ras being marched up a street by a soldier who guided him from behind with one hand and kept a rifle resting on his shoulder with the other. Two Israeli soldiers advanced carefully behind them, their rifles raised.

Abu Ras said he had been taken from his cellphone shop in Dura, near the city of Hebron, after Israeli soldiers searched the premises during a raid in which Palestinian officials said two Palestinians were shot dead.

The raid was carried out to arrest suspects tied to a terror rampage in Ra’anana in which two Palestinian relatives from the Dura area stabbed and ran over Israelis in the central town, killing one and injuring 18 people.

“He (the first soldier) told me that he will use me as a human shield, that young people shouldn’t hurl stones,” Abu Ras tells Reuters. “‘You will walk in front of me.’ That’s what happened and he took me toward the center of the town.”

Asked about the incident, the Israeli military had no immediate comment. It said in an earlier statement that troops in Dura had used live fire to disperse about 100 people who had thrown stones and fire bombs at them.

The use of human shields is widely condemned under international law. Israel accuses Hamas of using civilians as human shields in Gaza.


New vids



We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
Where they belong
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
They oughta get the hell out of Al-Quds and Haifa
And leave the Arab man alone

They don't like this, they don't like that
They're never satisfied and that's a fact
They more we give, the more they take
The more we fix, the more they break
Palestine is in an awful mess
Occupation causin' civil unrest
I got one thing to suggest
They outta leave, and get gone
Gather up the Ashkenazis
And send them back home

We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
Where they belong
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
We oughta send 'em all back to Khazaria
They oughta get the hell out of Al-Quds and Haifa
And leave the Arab man alone


>>1756337 (🍄)
Based and rhizome pilled


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Uh, Boaz, we missed Hamas!


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should crackheads be boycotting Israeli cocaine and fent dealers too?


>I know the dust literally hasn't settled, but what's our assessment of Al-Aqsa Flood so far? Hamas seemed eager to fight the IOF in a ground war and all things considered they're doing pretty alright so far.
They inflict a massive non-military, economic and ideolgical damage on Israel, but also Hamas is facing a conventional military defeat in Gaza.


we're not aiming for hamas


>the lumpenbooj isn't the revolutionary cla-


me on the right


I didn't pay much attention to ISIS or subsequent militant groups, so I keep forgetting they have access to decent video modern editing tools.


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scroll up before reposting shitty article screencaps, comrade! >> >> >>1756090


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>Moroccan hash is sought after worldwide as a high-quality premium product, with estimates putting the trade's yearly value in the billions, making it one of Morocco's most valuable industries after tourism and phosphate exports.


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Starting to believe Gaddafi was right.
Zionists killed JFK.


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>Burbery slave
I too am enslaved anon. Also, fuck off with your retarded shit


fuck off zionist shill. don't you have bbc threads to spam on /pol/?


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Terrorism doesnt justificate genocide on civilian population consisting of women and children. Especially when the genocide is targeted at a ethno-religious minority and the persucotors own grandmothera suffered from the same fate.


Go fellate the nearest firearm you can access.


I am so beyond you like it's not even funny.
I think there may be some connection between jews and Israel.
Do you know what 11 million is? It's a rounding error. You don't understand scale. You are unable to contextualize knowledge on a basic level. I hope for your sake you are a child.


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>jisiah tax of non Muslims
Preferable to forced conversion, forcible integration of pagans, or ethnic cleansing.
It meant you could be tolerated under their rule without converting. Old ladies in parts of Yugoslavia still get Christian gangster tats because they were allowed to openly be Christian under Muslim rule.


kind of preaching to the choir but go off king


Is Israel just going to keep getting away with it? I keep waiting for some resolution of the villain of the story, but doing so with full knowledge we don’t live in a fairy tale world.


Drop the flag, retard.


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We're hitting genocide apologia levels that shouldn't even be possible.


>TERRORIST women and children broke into my house to have evil dinner


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Never! These colors don't run!


Every time a Zionist talks a fairy dies.


>The 6yo Hamas terrorist Holocausted across the room quite antisemitically


>baked beans
>terrorist kids at my table
>they raided my fridge
>shot the doggos
>puppers tied to motorcycles
these people


There is not enough room in hell for Zionists


Never wait for nor expect an after life that doesn't exist to punish these people.


>the EVIL Arabs secretly allied with the NAZIS and made them do the holocaust
I love this retarded story zionazis invented


>Biden: No Mr. Netanyahu please don’t do a genocide of Palestinians in Rafah
>Also Biden: Here’s enough billions of dollars to help you keep genociding for another year!

Why would anyone presume that Biden is at odds with Israel committing genocide? Biden is showing total and absolute material support to Israel in their bloodbath. It’s an open secret that Biden has sent American troops to Gaza to participate in war crimes and logistics. Biden has put more focus into securing funding for Israel to commit genocide than all the other items in his election platform combined. Hell, Biden was likely in every Gaza ethnic cleansing planning meeting that Israel ever conducted. People mistake politicians giving strongly worded statements for actually cogent serious shifts in support, but nothing could be further from the truth. Democrats are 100% eager participants and active collaborators in every horrible thing that makes your skin crawl which has happened in Gaza or is yet to come. American imperialism is the driving force behind all of this.


the best zio cope

>anti israel people are a smol fringe and they are funded by russia. the world loves us actually. palestinians like us actually.


>and they are funded by russia
If you have not been accused of being funded by Russia before you are 40, you have wasted your life.


Well, they joined the side that was fighting the colonial power. That's not a secret but it was more Induist than Islamist for a reason.


I wonder how much Putin pays per Tweet?


>Why would anyone presume that Biden is at odds with Israel committing genocide?
Nobody with any sense does. Any argument that he's been trying to "reign in" Israel's violence falls flat when you realize that the US has 100% of the leverage. They could literally make any demands and threaten to cut off the supply of weapons if they aren't met. Israel would be forced to comply. As such everything they do can be assumed to be done with the consent and support of the US.


>everything they do can be assumed to be done with the consent and support of the US

Exactly. I think it's easy to demonstrate this is actually the case, and I have little doubt that America's future involvement will only continue to prove this. There are a few people who are getting demoralized and falling into the temptation to interpret these war crimes through an antisemitic lens (Note: When I say a few I mean a negligible number of people, and nowhere near the amount claimed by the punditry which is attempting a crackdown on the free speech of Palestinian justice protesters). More importantly, I see the proof of America's indispensable participation in the war crimes as evidence that the US should bare an equal amount of the blame as Israel. I don't think any analysis where the US is seen at odds with Israel in the genocide is valid whatsoever. The actual actions being taken by the US only demonstrate that there is zero friction or ideological conflict between the politicians who govern the US and Israel. The US is not getting sick of Israel, nor is Biden feeling burnt by Netanyahu, and the leash is certainly not getting shorter. The Biden administration has shown willingness to sacrifice any portion of their platform necessary to secure more funding for Israel. Biden and Netanyahu have demonstrated that they are working together effectively, and all the propaganda we see the punditry trying to sell about problems between Biden and Netanyahu is only theatrics to disorient the masses. Thinking about this logically, it is perhaps one of the most disturbing demonstrations of how sinister, cruel and evil the partnership between the American government and mainstream media actually is. It makes my skin crawl! It is a good illusion though. I quite understand why I see leftists often believing that Israel has gone rogue leaving the US foreign policy experts exasperated. It takes a certain commitment to analysis to realize just how complicit the ruling class in the US actually is.


How is organising around Palestine for all you guys?
Are you still getting good numbers for protests and teachings and actions? In your locals have the numbers grown or stagnated or dropped.


Gunfire targets the Palestinian Authority headquarters in Jenin after the forces of the traitorous PA abducted Oday Al-Tarush and Sharif Abu Mohammed, who are wanted by the IOF.
The PA forces also confiscated their weapons. This comes just two days after the Jenin Brigade issued a statement condemning the PA for the same behavior just a few days ago and reiterating their commitment to armed resistance.
In recent days, the PA has abducted or shot at fighters wanted by the IOF on at least eight occasions, in Jenin, Tulkarem, and Tubas, reaffirming their commitment to "security coordination" with the occupation.

Zionist news sources report that IOF soldiers stole 200 million shekels ($54.5 million) from the Bank of Palestine in the Al-Rimal neighborhood in the northern Gaza Strip. Since the beginning of the ground invasion, IOF soldiers have stolen millions of dollars worth of personal belongings, cash, and public resources from the Gaza Strip.

Zionist media sources have reported on a “very difficult” incident in Khan Younis which led to the death of a number of occupation soldiers. While the incident remains under military censorship, the IOF is expected to admit to a number of deaths and injuries at 6am Al-Quds time. Heavy clashes continue across Khan Younis now.


>Milei wants to demolish the al-Aqsa mosque


So if Israel attacks Raffa it's going to be a total bloodbath, right?


Isn't it always?


Yes but 10 times worse.


>Why would anyone presume that Biden is at odds with Israel committing genocide?
The current "harm reduction" cope isn't that Biden isn't committing genocide, just that orange badman's would somehow be worse.


We already had the Biden apologists do the whole "if the choice is between 99% Hitler and 100% hitler, you must vote for 99% Hitler."


posted in the wrong thread


>Although "Israel does not have to hold elections until 2026," write the Financial Times’s James Shotter and Neri Zilber, "the country's political class is positioning itself for a vote much sooner — as the veneer of unity that has covered Israeli politics since the outbreak of the war begins to fade."

>With polls seeming to show them benefiting from Netanyahu’s state of disgrace, centrist figures like Gadi Eisenkot and Yair Lapid are calling on Netanyahu to set a date for elections now. No one believes he will.

>But in the current situation, horserace polling is almost worthless as a guide to the future. The outcome of the next election will be decided by whatever momentous developments end up triggering a vote; but no one today knows what those developments will be.

>For a taste of how volatile the atmosphere is, consider the following quote, attributed by the Financial Times to "a person familiar with Netanyahu's thinking":

< Either Netanyahu secures an achievement on the battlefield and himself initiates snap elections, or elections will be forced in the coming months, including because of mass demonstrations and the fact that many of the security chiefs will have resigned by then.

>In a similar vein, a recent edition of Haaretz carried an article by one of its senior political columnists headlined: “Israel is heading towards street battles between the far right and families of hostages.”

>A countdown has begun. It was triggered last week by murmurings from the multinational consortium of spooks that has been negotiating with Hamas over the release of the Israeli hostages. The spy leaders put Netanyahu on notice that he would soon find himself facing an offer — his last, best offer — to free the captives.

>The price will be steep. There will need to be a ceasefire agreement substantial enough to at least grind the war’s momentum to a halt. Israel will need to release hundreds or even thousands of Palestinian prisoners, many of whom will be Hamas militants, some of whom will be suspected of armed attacks against Israelis, and a few of whom might even have participated in the October 7 attacks.

>The leaders of the centrist parties will support the deal as the only way to bring the hostages home. Netanyahu’s far-right coalition partners will condemn it in the wildest terms. Netanyahu himself will have to give an answer, yes or no. Everything will depend on what he does then.

>The reason the situation is so flammable is that, to put it bluntly, the whole Israeli leadership class took the country to war on the basis of a lie. And that lie is now being exposed.

>They assured their public that "destroying Hamas" by military means was a feasible war objective. Not just feasible, but indispensable — the condition for all further progress. They saw to it that the lie was parroted by the leaders of all the other nations of the Rules-Based International Order — the Axis of Rules, for lack of a better term — starting with the Head Ruler in Charge, Joe Biden.

>And when Israel’s leaders said it, their public believed them. Worse, many Israelis — enclosed as they are in a suffocating bubble of wartime jingoism — likely still believe it. But they’re about to be rudely disabused, and no one can predict how they’ll react once they find out they’ve been misled.

>Under different circumstances, the Israeli political class might have been able to let the public down gently. There could have been a slow, controlled leak of the early inflated expectations, a gradual shifting of the "victory" goalposts; a decent interval could have elapsed before, eventually, "peace with honor" could be declared and the reservists could go back to their jobs.

>What made that path impassable were the hostages. Since October, their plight has been the focal point around which all public life in Israel has revolved. Their family dramas have become entangled in the country’s poisonous ideological polarization between left and right, or, more accurately, nationalist/religious versus cosmopolitan/secular.

>The hostages’ families, with their daily protests and vigils, have become the nucleus of a reborn anti-Netanyahu protest movement — generally "left"-coded but thoroughly patriotic and Zionist — whose main demand, besides Netanyahu’s resignation and the calling of elections, is for the government to prioritize the freeing of the hostages over the war’s other great objective, the "destruction" of Hamas.

>This dilemma of war policy — "free the hostages" or "destroy Hamas" — has marked the cleavage line between Israel’s clashing sociopolitical blocs.

>When the war began, Netanyahu and the Right had a stock reply to the families’ pleas: "Military pressure is what will free the hostages." In other words, there was no conflict between the two war objectives. And at first, most Israelis seemed satisfied with that answer.

>But then reality set in. Like a drug suddenly wearing off, a remarkably swift tonal change in the public mood has taken place over the past several weeks.

>Two disquieting episodes seem to have played a role in the sea-change. The first was the shocking mid-December incident in which, as if in some too-neatly-plotted play, three Israeli hostages managed to escape their captors in Gaza only to be shot by IDF snipers — despite waving a white flag on a stick, shouting for help in Hebrew, and going shirtless to show they weren’t carrying explosives.

>Besides making it clear how the IDF treats Gaza civilians — which is, of course, what the snipers mistakenly assumed the escaped hostages to be — the episode drove home to Israelis that "military pressure" was more likely to kill the hostages than to save them.

>The second incident was possibly even more disturbing. Two weeks after Maayan Sherman, the mother of a nineteen-year-old captive, was notified by the government that her son, Ron, had been murdered by Hamas in captivity, she received a visit from a pathologist. He informed her that an extensive battery of CAT scans had been performed on her son’s body — which the government hadn’t told her about — and that no injuries, broken bones, or evidence of strangulation had been found. As a result, the official report listed the cause of death as unknown. But Sherman says an "IDF source" admitted to her that it was likely her son had died from poison gas used by the army itself, in an attempt to kill Ron’s captors.

>Sherman at first "was surprised that the IDF had approached her at its initiative," Haaretz reports:

< As to whether that was in fact the army's idea or that of the pathologist, Dr. Alon Krispin, director of the National Center of Forensic Medicine, who signed off on the report the family received, replies, "It was an agreement between me and the IDF."

< He explains to Haaretz that, "I approached the Sherman family because I thought that, as citizens, they deserved to know in a direct way what happened to their son, and not by means of documents and bureaucracy.

< He declined to say any more.

>Realizing she’d been lied to by her government, Sherman decided not to mince words: "Ron was indeed murdered," she wrote on social media. "Not by Hamas … not by stray bullets and not in an exchange of fire. This was deliberate murder. Bombing with poison gas."

>An accumulation of testimonies from former captives released during the late-November truce added to the picture. "We were in tunnels, terrified that it would not be Hamas, but Israel, that would kill us, and then they would say Hamas killed you." The situation they described was unfathomable: amid two months of relentless and terrifying IDF bombing, the only thing that prevented their deaths at the hands of the State of Israel was the determination of Hamas terrorists to keep them alive.

>Finally, on January 20, the New York Times reported that IDF generals had reached the inevitable conclusion: Hamas could not be defeated militarily in a timeframe compatible with the rescue of the hostages:

< Israel has established control over a smaller part of Gaza at this point in the war than it originally envisaged in battle plans from the start of the invasion, which were reviewed by The New York Times. That slower than expected pace has led some commanders to privately express their frustrations over the civilian government’s strategy for Gaza, and led them to conclude that the freedom of more than 100 Israeli hostages still in Gaza can be secured only through diplomatic rather than military means.

< The dual objectives of freeing the hostages and destroying Hamas are now mutually incompatible, according to interviews with four senior military leaders, speaking on the condition of anonymity because they were not permitted to speak publicly about their personal opinions.

>These generals spoke to the Times behind a cloak of anonymity. But Netanyahu will have no such luxury. Soon he’ll be presented with a choice: accept a hostage release deal that amounts to a public confession that "destroying Hamas" was never achievable — or sacrifice the lives of the hostages.

>A preview of this moment of truth was recently sketched by Haaretz political columnist Yossi Verter:

< Such a deal would spark a political debate inside the coalition and in the public. Those opposed to it will be led by [far-right ministers] Ben-Gvir and Smotrich. Israel's sensible public and leaders will be its supporters. We might wind up with extreme right-wingers confronting family members of hostages on the streets. Of course, Netanyahu will watch from the gallery, rubbing his hands with delight.

>In 2011, Israel agreed to trade more than a thousand Palestinian prisoners — including high-level Hamas militants — to get back a single captured Israeli soldier, a shy, frail nineteen-year-old named Gilad Shalit, whose plight had become a national cause célèbre. (One of the released prisoners was Yahya Sinwar, who went on to become one of the main plotters of the October 7 attack.)

>Just after Shalit’s release, in the first interview ever granted by a Hamas leader to an Israeli media outlet, Salah al-Arouri — known as a veteran planner of cloak-and-dagger operations — spoke with unconcealed admiration for what the Zionist enemy had done.

>"To do what Israel did shows the value Israeli society places on human life," he told Israel Army Radio via phone from Damascus, on October 2, 2011, in what reporters described as "perfect Hebrew."

>"This is a pillar of Israel's strength — to wage a war to free one man, to free a thousand prisoners for him. This is the strength of a society and an army. As someone from the outside, as an enemy, I would prefer that Israel abandon that value, even at the cost of not freeing our prisoners."

>Four weeks ago, al-Arouri was assassinated in Beirut on Netanyahu’s orders. But there’s a good chance that in the coming weeks, Netanyahu will make it up to al-Arouri by posthumously granting his wish.


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Hezbollah actions 02/11/24:

09:00: targeting the espionage equipment at the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the Kfar Shuba hills and the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
15:00: targeting a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers at Al-Tayhat Triangle with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
15:05: targeting the spying equipment at the Al-Abad site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
15:20: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the hills of Kfar Shuba and the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
16:55: targeting a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers at Jabal Nather with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.

The total number of operations carried out by the Islamic Resistance during 127 days, from October 8, 2023, to February 11, 2024, reached 1,013 operations.


As the anon who's been posting the news here for a few months, I want to say that I'll stop posting Al-Jazeera liveblog entries. I don't think that many people here read them and if something important comes up I'll post what Al-Mayadeen or RNN reports.


Search for Hind comes to tragic end; found dead amid pile of bodies

The search for Hind Rajab, the 6-year-old girl from Gaza, who pleaded for help from the Palestinian Red Crescent as the Israeli occupation forces were shooting at the car she was in with her family 12 days ago, came to a tragic end.

The Palestine Red Crescent has confirmed that Hind has been found dead along with the bodies of five of her family members, in Tal al-Hawa neighborhood of Gaza City, in a vehicle that was surrounded by Israeli tanks.

In further detail, the Palestine Red Crescent revealed that the ambulance that was dispatched to rescue Hind and her sister who contacted the PRCS for help was found bombed in Tal al-Hawa area of Gaza City, leading to the killing of crew members Yusuf Zeino and Ahmed Al-Madhoun, 12 days after losing contact with them.

These dedicated individuals had been missing since undertaking a rescue mission for the trapped child, Hind Rajab, as per the Palestine Red Crescent.

Hind, along with her uncle, his wife, and their four children, was in a vehicle trying to find a safe place in northern Gaza when they became the target of Israeli gunfire, as reported by the PRCS.

Hind's 15-year-old cousin, Layan Hamadeh, made a distressing plea for assistance to emergency services, a call that was recorded by the PRCS and later shared on social media. In the recording, the teenager can be heard speaking to a paramedic, tearfully seeking help and detailing the presence of a nearby tank.

“They are shooting at us. The tank is right next to me. We’re in the car, the tank is right next to us,” Layan screamed, amid intense gunfire heard in the background.

Following Layan's silence, the rounds of gunfire came to a halt. The paramedic attempts to communicate with her, repeatedly saying, "Hello? Hello?" Unfortunately, there is no response.

Lonely, filled with fear, and confined in the car with the lifeless bodies of her family members, Hind urgently reached out for assistance.

“Come take me. Will you come and take me? I’m so scared, please come!" Hind pleaded in an audio recording of her call to emergency responders, as shared by the PRCS.

The PRCS reported that its responders remained on the phone with Hind for over three hours while urgently working to deploy an ambulance team, consisting of paramedics Yusuf Zeino and Ahmed Al-Madhoun, to locate her.

During this period, ambulances were unable to access the area as it was deemed a "closed military zone" by the invading Israeli troops, with potential targeting of anyone attempting to move within that vicinity.

Rana al-Faqueh, a PRCS response coordinator who stayed connected with the girl throughout the ordeal, mentioned that Hind inquired about the time due to the approaching darkness.

“I’m afraid of the dark,” she said, as per al-Faqueh.

“Is there gunfire around you?” she asked. “Yes. Come get me,” answered Hind.

In an official statement, the PRCS reported at the time that their rescue team reached the location where the young girl was confined in the car, near a Fares gas station, at 6 pm local time.

However, shortly after, contact was lost both with the rescue team and with Hind.

For 12 days, the world observed and anticipated updates on the plight of the young girl from Gaza who pleaded for assistance while trapped in a vehicle subjected to an Israeli attack.

Hind's anguished mother, stationed anxiously outside a Gaza hospital, clung to hope, preparing her belongings and awaiting any news. The mother's current anguish is indescribable, knowing that her 6-year-old daughter died alone, cold, fearful, and hungry. It remains unclear whether Hind succumbed to Israeli gunfire or starved to death amid the cold, with deceased family members in the car, fueled by her fear of the darkness. One thing is clear, Hind was deliberately killed by "Israel".

The 6-year-old girl represents one among at least 12,150 Palestinian children who have been killed during the ongoing Israeli genocidal war against Palestinians in Gaza. Those who have survived until now find themselves in dire circumstances—trapped beneath the debris of their homes, facing starvation, grappling with critical injuries, or left stranded without parental guidance.


War with Hezbollah would be 'Israel's' deadliest: 130-page Israeli report

The potential war between the Israeli occupation and Lebanon's Hezbollah holds a grim reality for the Israeli occupation, as it would be the most devastating war it has gone through since its inception, as per a three-year study conducted by hundreds of experts at the Counter-Terrorism Policy Institute at Reichman University.

Israeli news outlet Calcalist shed light on the grim analysis of the potential war, which warns of unprecedented destruction and bloodshed in a conflict that could surpass the Israeli occupation's worst fears.

The exhaustive 130-page report was a collaborative effort of six think tank teams, consisting of 100 experts, former military and security officials, academics, and government officials. Notably, the team was led by Professor Boaz Ganor, a globally recognized pioneer in so-called "terrorism research" and the current president of Reichman University.

The report delves into critical aspects, including the readiness of the Israeli forces and the home front for a multi-front war. Key contributors to the study include Reserve Major General Aharon Ze'evi Farkash, Reserve Major General Isaac Ben-Israel, Reserve Brigadier Generals Zeev Zuk Ram and Betzalel Treiber, Reserve Colonel Eran Makov, Haim Tomer, and former Justice Minister Dan Meridor.

Despite the gravity of the findings, Calcalist suggests that doubts surround the timing of the report's release, hinting at possible concealment or manipulation. Ganor reportedly presented the report to various Israeli military and political leaders in the months leading up to the Palestinian Resistance's October 7 operation. However, the attempts to alert security agencies and decision-makers were allegedly unsuccessful, according to the Israeli media outlet.

The report was presented to senior Israeli officials over the span of 40 meetings with figures as high-ranking as former Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Security Minister Moshe Ya'alon, and former Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi, among others.

Professor Ganor expressed his disappointment in failing to secure meetings with more high-profile figures like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, National Security Council head Tzachi Hanegbi, and Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi, despite multiple requests.

Of particular concern is the claim that only the findings of five think tank teams were made public, with the section prepared by the sixth team, focusing on aspects related to a potential Israeli preemptive attack, remaining strictly confidential.

Ganor's report suggests that the war, anticipated to erupt from the north, will be overwhelmingly intense for the Israeli occupation, with Hezbollah launching a whopping 2,500 to 3,000 missiles per day. This barrage includes both statistically inaccurate rocket artillery and high-precision long-range missiles.

Periodically, Hezbollah is expected to unleash massive salvos targeting specific areas, such as crucial Israeli military bases or cities in the key "Gush Dan" region, where hundreds of rockets could rain down in a single day.

The relentless assault is projected to persist day after day, extending over three weeks from the outbreak of hostilities. The report warns that the resulting destruction will be unprecedented, accompanied by thousands of casualties on both the front lines and among Israeli settlers within occupied Palestine, sparking a state of panic and disarray.

One of the primary objectives of Hezbollah's prospective operations, as highlighted by Ganor, is to undermine the Israeli forces' air defense system. Precision ammunition and low-flying aerial devices, including drones, gliders, and cruise missiles, are expected to inflict material damage and target Iron Dome batteries.

The pace of the barrage will present unprecedented challenges to Israeli capabilities, depleting reserves of interception missiles for the Iron Dome and David's Sling within the early days of the conflict. The Israeli occupation could be left exposed to thousands of rocket and missile attacks without an effective and reliable defensive mechanism.

Simultaneously, Hezbollah aims to sabotage the activities of the Israeli Air Force and limit its operational capabilities as heavy precision missiles will be directed at takeoff runways within specific timeframes to hinder repair efforts and aerial offensives.

Intensive fire will target hangars storing military aircraft and precision missiles with explosive warheads will strike sensitive infrastructure, including power stations, electricity-related facilities, desalination plants, and transportation facilities in Haifa and "Ashdod", the report underlined.

The report's research team also issued a dire warning that a swarm of dozens of suicide drones flying at very low altitudes would target critical assets within occupied Palestine. These include weapons facilities, emergency storage facilities for the Israeli occupation forces, and hospitals that would be needed for the unprecedented casualties that would be incurred.

The assault won't be limited to physical attacks; critical transportation infrastructure, communication channels, and sites related to government ministries and local authorities are expected to face widespread cyberattacks, posing a serious risk of disrupting the economy.

The report highlights that chaos is expected to escalate within the Israeli occupation as Hezbollah prepares to send hundreds of fighters from the Radwan force into Israeli territories. Their primary objective would be to gain control of settlements along the border area with Lebanon and strategic military sites in the northern region.

This would force the Israeli army to divert its efforts from immediate operations in Lebanon, engaging in ground maneuvers to counter the imminent threat.

Internally, the Israeli public is anticipated to face challenges in receiving updated and reliable information about the unfolding situation, leading to a loss of trust in messages relayed by official sources.

The potential for panic and fear is expected to intensify due to the significant number of casualties, extensive damage, disruptions in power and water supply, delays in the arrival of rescue and relief forces, and difficulties in obtaining essential services such as food and medicine.

Hezbollah plans to exacerbate panic and confusion through continuous psychological warfare, flooding the media and social networks with threats and information that deepen internal divisions. Additionally, those seeking to escape from occupied Palestine may discover that the country's air links with the world have been severed.

Ganor, a prominent figure in the region, pointed out that the Israeli public's expectations of the Air Force and intelligence formations preventing the majority of guided missile strikes on the Israeli occupation are likely to be disproven. The assumption that an intensive Israeli attack on strategically important properties in Lebanon will force Hezbollah to cease fire is also expected to be proven wrong.

Hezbollah will not be alone in this battle, as the report warns of involvement from organizations across the region. Resistance factions in Syria and Iraq, Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Gaza, as well as Ansar Allah in Yemen, are expected to contribute to what the report describes as a "violent and extensive upheaval."

The upheaval in question will include disruptions in the West Bank and among Palestinians of '48, with rioting in mixed cities, challenges in war perception for the public, and the lowering of expectations from the army and rescue forces.

The report concludes by outlining vulnerabilities and pinpointing weaknesses in the Israeli forces and society. It challenges the expectations of the public and a significant portion of the leadership, stating that the effective Israeli Air Force and intelligence formations might not prevent the majority of missile strikes from reaching occupied Palestinian territories.

Similarly, the assumption that extensive attacks on strategically important properties in Lebanon would force Hezbollah to cease fire is expected to be inaccurate.

A report made in late January by Israeli media outlets saw the Israelis admitting to the Lebanese Resistance's capabilities, saying Hezbollah possessed the capability to launch approximately a thousand missiles at 'Tel Aviv' within a two-hour operational window. The report suggests that some of these missiles will be precision-guided, while others will be directed toward the skyscrapers in "Tel Aviv".

However, the report refrained from discussing potential targets adjacent to these towers, which Hezbollah has identified as "targets in the next war," according to their statement.

Israeli officials admitted that the Lebanese resistance, Hezbollah, has succeeded in emptying the settlements in northern occupied Palestine without the use of any force. According to the officials, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) commander of the northern region has received instructions not to escalate confrontations with the Lebanese resistance.

In a related context, a former Shin Bet official Dvir Karev told Israeli Channel 13 that "Israel" is currently in its third war with Lebanon and that Hezbollah has much more power than Hamas, both in weapons and in force. He questioned whether the IOF's power could be sufficient against Hezbollah and expressed hope that the confrontations would remain at a low level, acknowledging the many Israeli casualties.


At least 60 martyrs, including children, have ascended as a result of US-funded IOF airstrikes on Rafah in the last 90 minutes. One of the martyrs is an infant who was born during the war. Over 160 are wounded.


Some other sources are saying the number of dead might be over a hundred and well over 200 wounded.


No they aren't. The guerillas win as long as the occupiers lose.


the DHS has a file on me


There hasn't really been much of a presence at all in my city. I have been trying to make it out to a demo in the major city two hours away, but I am facing logistical issues.


Which ones are those? Also thank you o7


I post my source in the subject


Jesus christ, they are doing it



Fuck off back and stay there.


Big stuff. The fact that the U$ is spending so much money on israel and not stopping them from doing suicidal things is evidence that they think that its existence is actually under threat.


the fuck is wrong with you. look at what is happening


I have no mouth and I must scream


I don't think either of them really have a choice. For Israel's part, failure to deliver on this war is a big blow to the nationalists in the government and Netanyahu especially. They might also never get a chance like this again to accomplish the clearing of Gaza in one fell swoop.

As for the US, Israel is "too big to fail" so to speak. It's too essential to their presence in the middle East and there's too much money tied up between it and the US government. There's even more pressure in the context of the failures in Afghanistan and the Ukraine to produce a "win," especially with the election coming up.

What makes it even more troublesome is that Jerusalem and Washington both want different things. Jerusalem wants the war to expand so that they can accomplish their regional objectives with the support of the US, while Washington wants the opposite (for the most part, there's definitely a faction that wants to bomb Iran, whatever the cost).

The impression that I get is that there's a lot of frantic negotiations going on behind the scenes with the US trying to find a solution that virtually no one involved has any interest in.


Tl;dr Israel is the prizefighter pitbull and the US is trying to stop it from wilding out eating babies because they can't afford to put it down.


yeah nah the 'fuck off' anarchist is finally right for once. get fucked cunt.


I haven't checked the last few but it seems they're going strong


You forgot to add that the pitbull has a nuclear suicide vest on and will kill everyone if it doesn't get it's way


nitter instances are the last thing on my mind now. but keep going.


no one gives a fuck about your favorite twitter retard


Good to here. I'd say its pretty stable by numbers where I am, (though a lot leave before the speeches). The stewarding has been very organised and the police have stopped really turning up, hopefully both the police thing and the numbers will stay the same when the direct actions ramp up.


Al Jazeera can go die with the other bitches whining about twitter. They spent 3 minutes on the bombardment of Rafah tonight and 15 minutes on every detail of 2 rescued hostages. Here's the distraction Israel used to rescue 2 hostages.


The last 3 days of the AJ liveblog has largely focused on Rafah you spergoid.


You'll post about anything except the 200 wounded and 100 killed by the zionists tonight. There's nothing anarchist about you.


You have to go back.


<It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia andand Jordan had warned of "extremely dangerous repercussions" of the Israeli forces storming the city of Rafah,
>Sana'a confirmed that any Israeli operation in Rafah would be met with an escalation in operations in Yemen.
<Egypt has warned of “dire consequences”
Strap in anons, we will shortly be experiencing some turbulence.


I dunno man, it sounds like the same shit they've been saying for months, they won't do anything because Israel could easily bomb them to shit not to mention America on their side.


Also, the Gulf state oligarchs are American-wannabe pigs, they don't even care at all but just need to talk tough a bit so their populace doesn't get too incensed at them for being bad Muslims.


The Gulf monarchies are all deeply unpopular regimes (pan-Arabism in some form or another is still a prevalent force in the peninsula's politics, and these petty kingdoms are seen as obstacles to that, on top of providing terrible export-based economies) so the monarchies need to lean in on American support to keep themselves in power. This is why US troops are stationed in neigh all of them - they don't want to get Yemen'd. However, if the unpopularity of America and Israel outweighs the protection they provide, they are much more likely to flip somewhat to appease the population. This is what we've seen over time - incrementally, the Gulf states have had to tighten their position with Israel because of mass discontent from their population, and the possibility of American aid should their rule ever be challenged is looking even more distant should it come to open revolt, as Israel spends all of the US' military assets with reckless abandon.

It's hard to say how it could go - a new Arab Spring (but its focused against US-aligned monarchies), a flip towards Russia and China by the Gulf states, them coalescing their power to force some kind of restraint on Israel by threatening America with their oil power, or whatever else. But its clear that the old status quo is dead no matter whatever else happens.


>I still feel like they must have underestimated the sheer scale of the death and destruction that the Oct 7 offensive would unleash.

Better to die on your feet than live life on your knees


Gulf states are among the safest and wealthiest Arab states, not only due to the oil, but also because the US-Israel normalisation guaranteed some stability over states like Syria and Lebanon. There are certain limits for what they are willing to sacrifice over Gaza, after seeing what civil war and color revolutions did to their neighbors.


The genocide was already happening anyways, they are completely correct to resist it by all means. It has invigorated the global consciousness with the conflict and revived the will to struggle in many of their allies. Only Westerners will cynically claim that Hamas is endangering people when the "state" of "Israel" is a belligerent force which has engaged in wanton mass-murder like this before, and it has no incentive of ever stopping unless it tastes a true defeat at the hands of the people they oppress.

It was not merely necessary, not merely correct, but one of the most historically progressive moves of the last few decades.

Did it? Poverty is still massive and they can only subsidize their failing home markets with cheap Indian labor. They have oil, but the proceeds of it mostly go to enriching the royals and their cronies. American power is likewise waning, and other powers like Turkey, Russia, and Iran are exerting more influence on the region. Unipolarity is dead, neoliberalism is dead - what is a few outdated monarchies added to the pyre?


>and it has no incentive of ever stopping unless it tastes a true defeat at the hands of the people they oppress.
Does it face defeat? Last time I checked they were about to assault the last remaining city fully under Hamas control. Either there's a wider war with Lebanon in the coming months, or they fight Hamas until surrender and Gulf cucks will resume normalisation the moment the last shot fell.(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)


The movement to free the hostages has turned against the military-government of "Israel" because they've provably murdered at least a dozen of them, they need to save a little bit of face to save them from a collapsing political situation at home.
You are mentally retarded


Why was this poster banned? Is a realistic appraisal of the military situation a bannable offense now?

Israel has won against massive Arab coalitions far stronger and far greater in number and weaponry than Hamas and Hezbollah and you are talking like the storming of Tel Aviv will commence by the end of the week. Many of Israel's major enemies have been weakened or destroyed over the last 30 years.

>Syria: Rebuilding from a civil war which will probably take at minimum 20 years

>Libya: Destroyed
>Iraq: Destroyed

A guerilla force can only win if the occupational army wants to distinguish between "civilians" and "terrorists" and not just kill everyone without distinction, but Israel is clearly out to kill everyone so there is literally no way for Hamas to sustain itself or hide amidst a sympathetic civilian population as Israel continues their genocide. Israel does not fear guerillas like Hamas or Yeminis they fear highly organized states with significant industrial capacity that can actually pose a real threat to their military.


>they fear highly organized states with significant industrial capacity that can actually pose a real threat to their military.

We should make a big ass time machine Stargate portal time thing and just bring in the entire combined Soviet forces from WW2 right as they were going to march on Berlin and have them march on Israel. It'd be pretty interesting to see them duke it out. Who would win!?!?


Israel since they have nukes


gay, fuck Israel


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the resistance can be understood as being mycorrhizal. it has two parts that work symbiotically. the first part is the underground mycelial network (tunnelbros), that grows organoids as necessary. the aboveground arboreal part is the surrounding Arab nations. both support eachother


Any hope that Egypt is in any way helpful? Their army at the very least wouldn't gun down fleeing refugees as happily as the Israelis when the moment comes, right? A limited operation by the resistance to breach the Egyptian border could save countless lives.


Guys, this bombing of Rafah shit is so bleak.
Exactly this. Jesus Christ I'm going fucking mad.


Too simplistic answer, depend on how is the time warp plays out.
If the Red army just pop up in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, Israel using nukes would mean Israel nuking itself. Whether it's a victory or not is debatable


> Israel has won against massive Arab coalitions far stronger and far greater in number and weaponry than Hamas and Hezbollah and you are talking like the storming of Tel Aviv will commence by the end of the week.

Because of US support.

>A guerilla force can only win if the occupational army wants to distinguish between "civilians" and "terrorists" and not just kill everyone without distinction

Why did Soviet and Yugoslav partisans win?


>Why did Soviet and Yugoslav partisans win?
Not to discount the contributions of the partisan movements in defeating fascism, but could you imagine how much more difficult for them it would be if the Red Army didn't exist?


Probably not. Sisi sees the Palestinians as a nuisance.


How is importing Indian labor going for the Israelis?


And Hamas as a huge political enemy, the Egyptian deep state has no tolerance for anyone with politics close to the Muslim Brotherhood


>Israel has won against massive Arab coalitions far stronger and far greater in number and weaponry than Hamas and Hezbollah
Israel has won conventional conflicts against standing armies. Defeating Hamas is another question entirely. Say Israel occupies all of Gaza, and ignore the fact that Resistance fighters have proven capable of re-infiltrating secured areas and hitting the IDF from behind. What then? Hamas will go underground and melt into the civillian population. Occupation forces will be subject to constant bombings and ambushes, while their mere presence puts Hamas recruitment into overdrive. The moment they leave Hamas will re-emerge and take control of the strip. Their options are indefinite occupation, expulsion of the entire population of the Gaza strip, or withdrawal (i.e. defeat). The first option is only postponing the inevitable, the second option is attractive to the Zionist leadership but would likely be too much for even the US to stomach.


Good analysis. I agree that it is apparent that they believe israel is 'too big to fail.' It's wild how much conflict there is going on behind the scenes in congress and media, love to see it.
Can somebody repost this on here? I am getting cert errors.
That is good and all, but I still think that that kind of counts as a W for israel. After all, they are soldiers and the hostages were civvies (I think?).


Also I don't get why all of you naysayers are naysaying: it is looking bleak for the Palestinians who are still alive (especially those in Rafah), but there are big developments, and it might get to the point where israel's very existence is actually in jeopardy.

This is the nature of resistance and guerilla warfare.



I’ve been totally disappointed with AJ over the past month and a half. They have watered down coverage of the atrocities and provided Israeli propaganda more merit than it deserves. They were doing GREAT in the first two months after the bombing, but after Blinken visited Qatar “requesting” they tone down their coverage the AJ ship has slowly turned towards more friendly Western narratives. I only get my news from leftypol, Electronic Infitada, and WSWS now.

Also, I find it all too convenient that directly before Israel is set to kill 1000s of civilians in Rafah they manage to rescue two hostages using the techniques they’ll employ on the rest of the civilian population (i.e. mass murder).


>. I only get my news from leftypol, Electronic Infitada, and WSWS now.
Stop being intentionally retarded, it's beneath you.


>W for israel
Certainly, between it and the server room find it really is the worst thing thst could have happened at this moment IMHO. Its reinvigorated the Israelis, given then the image of success to sell and may even quell the protests somewhat.


>they tone down their coverage the AJ ship has slowly turned towards more friendly Western narratives. I only get my news from leftypol, Electronic Infitada, and WSWS now.
Exactly. The hourly AJ english news was giving 2 minutes on Palestinian deaths and 15 minutes on every detail of the 2 hostages rescued during the Rafah massacre during the fucking superbowl. Every hour. Then almost unlimited fawning coverage of euro countries bringing back conscription because of muh Ruzzia. They were always a western mouthpiece but they are totally back under control now.
>you retard
>shut up retard
Who the fuck is this fucking anarchist flagposter. Is this thread supposed to be your turf or some shit? You can quit trying to condition discussion, it's entirely transparent.


Another security incident took place in the Gaza Strip, leaving dead and wounded IOF soldiers who were transported to three hospitals. Five helicopters arrived to Hadassah Hospital in Al Quds, while two others arrived in "Beilinson Hospital" in "Tel Aviv."


Hopefully they will just engage in collective suicide. The way things are going, they are gonna get fucked up by the Hezbros soon.


Netherlands forced to halt jet parts to Israel over 'undeniable' violations

A Dutch appeals court ordered the Netherlands on 12 February to halt deliveries of F-35 fighter jet parts to Israel after upholding an appeal from several rights groups who said supplying the parts would be a violation of international law.

“The court orders the State to cease all actual export and transit of F-35 parts with final destination Israel within seven days after service of this judgement,” the court ruling reads.

“It is undeniable that there is a clear risk the exported F-35 parts are used in serious violations of international humanitarian law,” it added.

The jet components are held in a Netherlands warehouse and are sent to several states, including Israel, in line with export agreements.

Last year, rights groups accused the Netherlands of being complicit in Israeli war crimes in Gaza due to its export of the jet parts.

The deliveries were “contributing to wide-scale and serious violations of humanitarian law by Israel in Gaza,” the Amnesty International and Oxfam branches in the Netherlands said at the time.

The case was dismissed in December after a court said the issue was political.

“The considerations that the minister makes are to a large extent of a political and policy nature and judges should leave the minister a large amount of freedom,” the court ruled.

The massive destruction and civilian casualties inflicted by Israel during its war on Gaza have prompted many to take similar steps.

Last week, the local government of the Walloon Region in Belgium temporarily suspended two ammunition export licenses to Israel.

The Walloon government said its decision was influenced by South Africa’s case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), which accuses Tel Aviv of violating the 1948 Genocide Convention.

Japanese investment firm Itochu Corporation’s aviation unit also said it will end its cooperation with Israeli weapons maker Elbit Systems by the end of February.

Dozens were killed overnight in Gaza's southern city of Rafah due to bombardment from Israeli warplanes.


why not RNN or Almayadeen? They have a much more comprehensive coverage of Palestine and MENA more broadly. Also no offense but it really is not a good idea to rely on leftypol for your news, as based as our newsanons are.


I'm calling you a retard because you have worse media literacy than your average pre-teen.


>the second option is attractive to the Zionist leadership but would likely be too much for even the US to stomach.
How so? Maybe Im just a doomer but Rafah is being bombarded and prepped for invasion… I doubt the languid response from the Atlanticist handlers of Israel will halt the Zionists from yoloing their religious right to an ashkenazi led jewish ethnostate


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No full length story yet, but it seems the ICC is going to be pursuing a case against isn'treal


against Bibi?


If you think you're on the job or some shit, do better. Otherwise simply rope.



>The spokesman for the Martyr Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, Abu Ubaida, announced on Monday that “three Israeli detainees were killed, out of the eight who were announced yesterday to be seriously injured
<Hamas’s military wing says its fighters have attacked and killed 10 soldiers from “zero distance” in Abasan al-Kabira, east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip
>‘Israel freeing two captives a marketing ploy for a defeated army’: Hamas - Osama Hamdan, a Beirut-based member of the group’s political bureau, says this comes “in light of the defeats and resistance the Israeli army faces in ongoing fighting, especially in Khan Younis, as well as its failure to retrieve the rest of the captives”.


Go back to twitter where you can cry, report and retweet anyone who calls you a retard anon. It's obvious you're better suited there.


Armed clashes have erupted in Jenin between the resistance and the Security Forces of the Palestinian Authority after the latter attempted to disperse a mass demonstration in solidarity with Gaza.

[Note - This comes after Resistance Groups in the West Bank have recently come into confrontation with the PA over it's collaboration with the IOF, including arresting Resistance Fighters and confiscating their weapons.]

Thread's news anon here, I will second this. Don't solely rely on leftypol for the news.


Zionist sources announce the death of a high-ranking officer in an ambush by the resistance in Khan Younis.

[Hearing some say it was a battalion commander, unconfirmed.]


Realest post.


>Never wait for nor expect an after life that doesn't exist to punish these people.
The concept of punishment is just as spooky as the concept of an afterlife.


Lots ot talk about enlisting ultra-Orthodox youth in Israel press today. Don't know enough about he internal politics to know if thsts likely to be pushed through or not.
Sure. But if its spooks which make someone take violent actions against these freaks I'm well past judging them.


Imagine the ultra-Orthodox riot and end up toppling the zionist regime.


What would it take to get a full blown Third Intifada?


Yeah sure, who cares about punishing them. The idea is to STOP them.


Retrospectively I expect this will be called an intifada.


anon, this has already surpassed the first two


yeah this, I have already seen a few people refer to it as the "Al Aqsa Intifada"


Counterpoint: makes Ego peepee go boingboing.


Kill yourself, retard.


Not because of any humanitarian impulses of the US obviously, but because it may destroy their relationship with their Arab allies. There's already enormous internal pressure on US-aligned Arab governments to take a stand for the Palestinians, a complete ethnic cleansing of Gaza could critically destabilize them. Especially Egypt where most of those refugees would likely end up. It would also severely damage (if not completely destroy) US soft power in the Global South at a time when the US is already struggling to hold onto it, and needs to do so if they are going to compete against BRICS. In that scenario Israel might actually become more trouble than its worth. Of course there's always the possibility that the US would allow such a thing, but it would be against their interests to do so, and I think they would try to avoid it.


Isn't that what people call the second intifada?


ah fug you're right. We'll stick with Al Aqsa Flood then


Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades - West Bank:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
"Fight them; Allah will punish them by your hands and will disgrace them and give you victory over them and heal the hearts of a believing people."
Statement No. (1)
We announce to our great people the good news of the reorganization and restructuring of the cells of the Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, in the West Bank. We address a word to the brutal zionist army occupying this land: the pure blood of our martyrs will not be in vain, and there will be vengeance for every drop of blood, and not just any vengeance.
We declare the launch of our groups in the West Bank, heralding the return of our Red Eagles to strike with an iron fist.
Long live the hands pressing on the trigger.
Long live the sacrifices of our people and nation.
Victory is ours.
We will certainly be victorious.
And it is a jihad of victory or martyrdom.
Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades - West Bank


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al Sisi is literally a sissy


We did it reddit the arab spring has saved Egypt


I understand your position, maybe Ive missed some news concerning the USA but my national television and social media is just talking about the Rafah invasion. At a time where the cryptofash of the USA are starting to openly state their intentions do you think would there might just be enough ideological brainrot within the US Congress and the economic push of the MIC to permit Israel to cleanse Palestine?


Jesus christ. He and all of his followers have mansions back in the USA for doing all of this


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why would choyner comply with the imperialist lapdog


tiktok is not owned by choyner, contrary to what neo-mccarthyists want you to believe.
60% of tiktok is owned by multinational firms.


Chyner bros… it's over…


according to israeli sources?


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Daily reminder: read Hegel


You know Islamist hegemony is complete when even the PFLP is starting their statements with "In the name of Allah".


In an updated report, the UKMTO admits that a commercial vessel that was targeted last night was damaged by two missiles, south of Al-Mukha, Yemen.

Hezbollah actions 02/12/24:

14:40: targeting the surveillance equipment at the Radar site with a guided missile and hitting it directly.
15:15: targeting the "Branit" barracks with a Falaq-1 missile and hitting it directly.
15:25: targeting the "Zarit" barracks with Falaq-1 missile launches and achieving direct hits.
15:25: targeting a building in the "Yir'on" settlement where enemy soldiers were stationed with appropriate weapons and hitting it directly, in response to the "israeli" aggressions on villages and civilian homes.
17:05: targeting a building in the "Avivim" settlement where enemy soldiers were stationed with appropriate weapons and hitting it directly, in response to the "israeli" aggressions on villages and civilian homes.
17:55: targeting the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons and hitting it directly.
18:15: targeting a deployment of "israeli" enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Birkat Risha site with Burkan missiles and achieving direct hits.

The number of operations carried out by the Islamic Resistance during 128 days, from 2023/10/08 until 2024/02/12, reached 1,020 operations.


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It’s an actually more than ownership. TikTok is headquartered in the U.S. and undertook “project Texas” as a requirement to not be forcibly sold. As a consequence, it is fully staffed at the executive level by state department and intelligence agents.


>We have a culture of compliance at TikTok that starts at the top, which is why the entire company is committed to building and operationalizing these initiatives. Within USDS, that means always operating with a see-something, say-something mentality when it comes to national security. While the change to our organizational structure should remove any concern that USDS could be influenced by the Chinese government or anyone else, the entire structure of this plan is based on one simple principle: you won’t have to take our word for it.

>The layers of oversight that are built in at every turn in this setup are unprecedented in our industry. In addition to USDS and the TTP, a host of third-party monitors, auditors, and inspectors will be focused on ensuring that we are complying with all of our commitments. Under the proposed national security agreement, if anything is amiss, every party involved has legal reporting obligations directly to the government, which can impose additional mitigations or even prevent us from operating until we’re in compliance.

>Key takeaway: The layers of review and oversight covering every part of our U.S. service are unprecedented in our industry, and we are approaching our work with constant vigilance. With multiple third-parties reviewing our adherence to our commitments, this arrangement doesn’t rely on anyone taking our word for it.

This is why Sinophobia is such a beloved tool by the American establishment. They get a U.S. government controlled media platform capable of unlimited censorship and manipulation, and by constantly fearmongering about it get to attribute it to the hated Other, drive racist and xenophobic paranoia even higher, and at the same time position people in a lose-lose position where they can only oppose anti-sinitic racism and McCarthyism by defending a USG controlled social media app.


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How high of a percent chance is there that the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians will be complete? Explain your reasoning in 500-600 words maximum.


because israel wants it


not quite sure, but that would make sense



It's interesting how there's an abundance of videos showing IOF soldiers gleefully committing various atrocities toward Palestinian civilians and not a single one of those videos showing them actually fighting Hamas.


Where have you been looking? People on reddit say there are countless videos of Khamas getting smoked, though I haven't bothered to check.

I can't imagine that this isn't true. The IDF seems pretty incompetent but the discrepancy in firepower is so high that there's just no way the Palestinian resistance hasn't sustained a good amount of casualties


A lot of those people are watching the same videos of civilians being targeted. Some of it is them being ghouls and some is probably denial, thinking that surely it must actually be KKKhamas because they don't want to think about rooting for the bad guys. Or, as common on reddit they're not actually watching it.

Actual Hamas casualties are mostly going to be from indiscriminate bombings accidentally hitting a Hamas militant 1% of the time, and from surprise skirmishes where the IDF didn't have time to set up cameras to shoot their tiktok atrocity porn.


>The IDF seems pretty incompetent but the discrepancy in firepower is so high that there's just no way the Palestinian resistance hasn't sustained a good amount of casualties
If the videos we've seen so far are generally representative of Hamas tactics, they hit the IDF very briefly and then retreat to their tunnels before they have a chance to respond. You have to consider that even under ideal conditions, it takes at least a few minutes to locate an enemy that starts shooting at you, and the conditions in a densely packed bombed out city like Gaza are far from ideal. Ofc those are mostly propaganda videos put out by Hamas itself, but its clear that they're trying to avoid prolonged contact with the Israelis.


0. This can’t be done once nationalism is a firmly established as it is in Palestine.


Quiet part out loud right here.


Call me authoritarian, but I prefer my casus belli printers and puppets on a tight leash.


>Israel does what it wants and the US must accept this
Another "Israelis saying things indistinguishable from /pol/" episode.


When do they say anything different? That's their steadfast official stance is "shut the fuck America." Bibi was just joking about it the other day.


It's completely understandable that /pol/ doesn't understand the real relationship between US and Israel, because a fuckload of Israelis don't understand it, either.


But you know better.


Yes. Is there a problem?



What the US wants Israel to do is give them an excuse to interfere in the Middle East. And by being obnoxious cunts, they're doing it by themselves.


The US wants to do it's own agenda, Israel does what they want. The US doesn't need Israel to interfer in the Middle East. The US didn't use Israel as a casus belli for Iraq or Syria. Yeah I agree they provide value as an agent of chaos. Yeah the US like more chaos the better, but Israel backfires more than most other groups and countries.

So you could say Israel is kinda of like Turkey and Erdogan. Sometimes they're useful so they ally with them, but half of the time they're just a problem.


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Just because US neglected to keep them on a shorter leash, and Israel does not provide a more convenient schedule, especially since US is rotting and declining, doesn't change all the proxy work done up to this point with American support and collaboration. The Iran-Contra affair, the support for Kurdish secessionism, the bombing of Syria, the destabilization of Lebanon, all the anti-Iranian activity.

Also, Turkey controls the Bosporus Strait and the Dardanelle, which is the sole exit for the sole warm waterport Russia has, which is Crimea. This means Turkey, like a cockroach, will always sneak into anti-Russian alliances, and trying to screw Russia out of Crimea will be forever tempting. Detach them from Turkey, and call it… Free City of Byzantion or some shit, and nobody will give a shit about Turkey anymore.


>The Iran-Contra affair,
Something that happened 40 years ago.
> the bombing of Syria,
Something they wanted to do anyways.
> the destabilization of Lebanon
Something they wanted to do anyways and also 40 years ago
> all the anti-Iranian activity.
Something they want to do anyways.

The Saudis do way more for America than Israel. The Saudis helped way more in Syria than Israel as well.


>Something they wanted to do anyways and also 40 years ago
Your relationship turned sour. You don't get to pretend it didn't exist. Unless you work for US news media.
>The Saudis do way more for America than Israel.
You have no idea how true that is, since, as the leader of OPEC, Saudi Arabia is the keeper of the petrodollar system that kept US at the top.
>As part of negotiations for Saudi Arabia to recognize Israel, the United States is demanding that Riyadh keep pricing its oil in dollars, not China’s renminbi or other currencies.
Doesn't seem so smart, does it? Oh, well. Skill issue.


Anon, it isn't 'countless civillians getting smoked,' it is still 99% warcrimes being committed against civillian men, and the redditors claiming that probably haven't even bothered to investigate it anyway. They are unserious, disregard them.


>Your relationship turned sour. You don't get to pretend it didn't exist. Unless you work for US news media.
Hmm? 40 years is just a longtime in geopolitics. A lot of countries were US allies and then not over that time period. Really doesn't have much to do with the here and now. And they were always a problem child.
>You have no idea how true that is, since, as the leader of OPEC, Saudi Arabia is the keeper of the petrodollar system that kept US at the top.
I do know, I just was keeping to apples to apples comparisons based on what you were listing. We could start talking about Israeli tech or whatever.


The "problem child" behaviour is the reason US supports them. Funnily enough, making peace with the Arabs and Palestinians would be the biggest threat to that support.


Why are they pushing for normalization of ties with Israel then?


If you look at my post right before that one, that line is from a real news article. The "normalization" deals would firmly place the country under American influence.


The Israel part is just another ask from the US side. They could get the anti-China ask easier without including the Israel ask.

From your article:

The Wall Street Journal reported that the US is working on a diplomatic deal in which Saudi Arabia would agree to normalize relations with Israel’s apartheid regime.

In return, Riyadh wants Washington to pledge to always protect it, as well as help in developing a nuclear program.

Although the negotiations are ostensibly about Israel-Palestine, the Wall Street Journal noted that the US is using the deal to pressure “Saudi Arabia to impose limits on its growing relationship with China”.


Actually "Israel ask" is a threat to get the anti-China ask.


How so?


>Israel is a such a problem child, you know
>if you sign a deal with them, you no longer have to worry about them
>and if you don't… well… wouldn't it be a crying shame, if…


The Arab Spring gave us the Muslim brotherhood government and a possible opening up of the Rafah crossing before the Americans and israelis freaked out and course corrected.


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So then what? Assuming Israel normalizes relations. Israel is no longer a stick at that point. Also this whole normalization thing started under Trump and Kusnher.

>"Another HISTORIC breakthrough today! Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agree to a Peace Deal – the second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days!" Trump tweeted on Friday.

>Trump has delegated Middle East peace negotiations to his son and adviser, Jared Kushner. In a briefing with reporters on Friday, Kushner did not answer questions about whether Israel had made concessions to win the deal, nor did he say whether the U.S. had agreed to push through new arms sales to Bahrain or provide other assistance to the kingdom.

>After the White House unveiled the UAE deal, questions emerged about whether the Trump administration had agreed to sell that country F-35 fighter jets as part of the agreement.

>Last month, the UAE’s minister of state for foreign affairs, H.E. Anwar Gargash, confirmed UAE is pursuing a deal on the F-35s with the Trump administration. But he said it’s been a longstanding request and sidestepped questions about whether it was part of the Israel-UAE peace deal.

>During a forum hosted by the Atlantic Council, Gargash said an F-35 deal is “on the table” and noted the UAE had first requested those planes six years ago. He said the peace deal should eliminate concerns that the UAE represents a military threat to Israel and thus should pave the way for an F-35 sale to go through.

Seems more like they're just bribing all the Arabs to normalize with Israel if you ask me.


Oh, Trump is an actual retard, and literally anybody in this thread knows American foreign policy better than him.

He actually defunded ISIS Syrian rebels. :^)


>and not a single one of those videos showing them actually fighting Hamas.
I've seen probably a few over the months, haven't been looking for it though just makes me sad, but I imagine there are more.
Thing is firefight is not very prone to being filmed compellingly, and the resistance doesn't exactly have bug multiple ton weapons laying in the street to be spectacularly yeeted with rockets like the idf does.
>How high of a percent chance is there that the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians will be complete?
0-2% Not really possible for a host of reasons IMHO.


Confirmed now by RNN: The occupation’s army admits to the deaths of three more of its officers in battles across Gaza, including a battalion commander. It also admitted to the serious wounding of two soldiers.


The IDF literally takes orders from the Americans. Israel is a glorified American Military Outpost. The only reason they found hostages in Rafah is because America probably told them to find hostages and trick them into thinking they were freed from Rafah. It provides political cover for bloodbath the Americans are going to have Israel conduct in Rafah. Now Biden or Trump can just say that they are trying to free hostages the next time Israel mass murders a couple hundred children over night in Rafah. Obviously, they never leave anyone who would dispute it alive to talk about it.




>Actual Hamas casualties are mostly going to be from indiscriminate bombings accidentally hitting a Hamas militant 1% of the time, and from surprise skirmishes where the IDF didn't have time to set up cameras to shoot their tiktok atrocity porn.
Most of Hamas deaths are going to be from targeted air and drone strikes. Indiscriminate bombing is just half of the story. IDF units constantly have drones and jets circling over them and they hit attacking Hamas units with high accuracy. Still, I don't think that Hamas is all too degraded from that. They have like 40-50.000 soldiers and usually attack with just a handful at a time.


>Boomers progressive
>Zoomers fascist
Applies to Eastern Europe as well.


Isn't this chick an international law lawyer or something?


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Sure, they talk the talk, but will they walk the walk?


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It doesn't affect me
I don't tolerate stupidity well but this doesn't affect me emotionally. All these little Eichmanns are simply boring.


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all based except the crusaders, nazis and sp*niards


They'll be forced to, eventually, just like Russia was forced to.


Chapo had the guy from the Electronic Intifada on the other day, and he had an interesting take on this.
He said that The reason most Israeli footage is of them shooting down empty alleyways is because they aren't dictating the course of the war; most of the firefights are on the resistance's terms, I.E., they pop out of a hole in the ground or out of a bombed-out school or whatever, ambush the IOF, then slip away. All the IOF can do is wander around and wait to get ambushed. The resistance also seems to have cameramen as a part of their units, so whenever they score a hit on a tank or APC, it gets captured for posterity.


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Protesters are out on weeknights in DC as well


fuck I really need to get to [major city]


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Persians freed the hebrew ruling class….


Makes sense given what we know about the IDF.


Citations: My Feelz

It feels all too convenient that they finally rescued their first hostages in Rafah when the US and Israel were under a lot of international and domestic pressure about their genocidal planned operations in Rafah.



>Chapo had the guy from the Electronic Intifada on the other day, and he had an interesting take on this.
Was it Ali?
Anon, Just watch EI instead of watching people from EI on retarded American 'comedy' Podcasts for lonely people, that way you will definitely learn things instead of just hoping that a few nuggets of information will fall whilst some fat vile Americans in mobility scooters try to trap you in a parasocial relationship, those people are not interested in teaching anything.


They rescued one in Oct too.
Likely what happened IMHO is thst thry have a few locations of civ hostages and they took the risk of trying to rescue some for the internal PR boost.


Damn, I can't believe I've never seen the Sopranos


National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled [on recent actions]:
First;y: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces continued to engage with the "israeli" enemy forces and confront them on the axes of advancement in Khan Younis, using heavy machine guns, explosive devices, anti-personnel and anti-tank rockets, and hand grenades, inflicting heavy losses among the enemy, both killed and wounded.
Secondly: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces detonated a high-explosive device on one of the enemy's vehicles on the axis of Nasser Hospital west of Khan Younis city, and fired an anti-tank rocket at it, hitting it directly, causing deaths and injuries among the enemy's ranks.
Thirdly: The rocket unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces, in cooperation with the Mujahideen Brigades (the military wing of the Palestinian Mujahideen Movement), launched a series of rocket barrages at the "israeli" settlements in the southern Gaza envelope, hitting them directly, causing fires in them, and ambulances were heard rushing to the area.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – The military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media


What the hell???


Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah during his speech today, February 13th, 2024, on the occasion of the Day of the Wounded Resistance Fighter:

The wounds of the wounded have created many achievements and victories for our people and nation.
On this occasion, I extend my congratulations to the wounded men and women, their honorable families who bear all burdens with them, and to the brothers and sisters who are freed prisoners and their noble families.
We congratulate the brothers in the Revolutionary Guard in Iran on their day and holiday, who have been the true backbone and strong supporters of all resistance movements from the start.
130 days of legendary steadfastness, heroism, and miracles in Gaza, demonstrating unparalleled patience in history.
What we see on the southern front today is primarily a sincere response to religious, moral, and ethical responsibilities.
What is happening in Gaza should shake the conscience of all people in the world, and they must feel a responsibility towards this aggression and humanitarian catastrophe.
We in the Lebanese front, our support of Gaza aligns with our ethical and religious values, "and in this, we shall not be deterred by any critic."
The existence of "israel" is a disaster for the entire region, and while a strong "israel" poses a danger, a fearful and deterred "israel" represents a lesser threat to the peoples of the region.
It is in everyone's national interest for "israel" to emerge defeated from its aggression on Gaza.
Opening the Lebanese front against the enemy is primarily a national interest to prevent an "israeli" victory.
There are parties with predetermined positions, and the saying "deaf, dumb, blind" applies to them, regardless of the discussion with them.
Those claiming "international law protects us" and who debate the effectiveness of resistance are hopeless.
The strength of the resistance in the south lies in this great popular cradle and support. We rely on these towering mountains, firm wills, and the sacrifices and steadfastness of this resistance. They defend all of Lebanon, or else "israel" would have overrun all of Lebanon.
The houses that are destroyed in the south will be rebuilt better than they were before.
There has been an open front for 129 days in the south, and the enemy fights within certain limits and controls, proving the balance of deterrence through this experience.
All the delegations that have come to Lebanon in the past months aim to secure the security of "israel" and to return the 100,000 settlers to the settlements.
In one of those delegations, someone came and said that in two days, "israel" would occupy the south, and this has been said for two months now. I'm certain this is his own assertion.
The enemy is the one in crisis, stuck in the problem, failing, and incapable. It has been 4 months, and they haven't been able to decide the battle. 6 to 7 brigades fought in Gaza and achieved nothing. They are the ones in crisis and cannot impose conditions.
The enemy is not in a position to impose conditions on Lebanon, and I call on the official Lebanese stance to set new conditions on Resolution 1701, not to implement it.
No one should act as if Lebanon is afraid and in crisis. They bring you measurements and distances, and there's a joke that in negotiations they said they want to push Hezbollah north of the river, and there was a response, "Let's bring the river to the border," and this is the truth. Lebanon is strong and it is the one that imposes conditions.
The front in southern Lebanon is pressure, support, and participation in defeating and weakening the enemy until the aggression is stopped.
The political gains that are being hinted at us "from here and there" will not affect us and will not make us stop the front.
The southern front is governed by a balance of deterrence and precise calculations by both sides of the fight, but there is a significant atmosphere of exaggeration that may reach the level of "moral degradation and baseness."
Another scene of degradation and depravity is scaring the residents of the southern border villages by contacting them and calling them to evacuate their homes, sowing confusion to serve the enemy.
Attention must be paid to the psychological warfare waged by the enemy and parties serving it.
Information is freely provided to the zionist enemy through social media platforms.
It is not permissible to provide information to the enemy for free while it seeks it.
The mobile phone is a listening device, so we ask our brothers in the border villages and all of the south, especially the fighters and their families, to do without their mobile phones for the preservation and safety of people's blood and dignities. The mobile phone is a deadly agent that provides specific and lethal information.
The "israeli" does not need to plant agents on the roads as internet-connected cameras monitor all roads, and these cameras must be disconnected from the internet because leniency in this matter contributes to more martyrs, losses, and exposing the front to the enemy.
We are monitoring all developments in the region, and all possibilities are open, but we are fighting in the south with our eyes on Gaza.
When the aggression on Gaza stops, the firing in the south will stop, and when the firing in Gaza stops and the zionist enemy takes any action, we will return to the rules and equations that were in place. The resistance's job is to deter the enemy, and our responses will be proportional.
Those who threaten us with an escalation of the war, we threaten them with escalation as well. Anyone who imagines that the resistance in Lebanon feels fear or confusion for even a single moment is completely mistaken and builds on wrong calculations.
The "israeli" Minister of Security must realize that if he launches a war against us, he will have 2,000,000 displaced from the north, not 100,000.
The resistance today is more certain and more determined than ever to confront the enemy at any level of confrontation.


Yes, it was Ali. I do get my info from other sources, but I use podcasts as background noise whilst I'm cooking.


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Idk, how to feel about this. the guy talking about "garden and jungle" shit is openly talking against funding israel. https://youtu.be/RdhXhbw-KyE


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reminder that western Europe was never denazified


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Wait, what do I get out of this deal?


I'll just call call Israelis settlers, occupiers, invaders and colonizers and Arab indigenous people thanks


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but the heckin 40 bebe though


what the actual fuck? why would they do this?


>what the actual fuck? why would they do this?
literally what I said when I read about what the Einzatzgruppen did in Yugoslavia
in sensing a deja vu here.


Israeli soldiers have to be mega retards incriminating themselves like this. At least Nazis were bright enough to try and cover up their crimes.


why would they need to cover up their crimes when they know deep inside no one is gonna do shit about it?


Mujahideen Brigades spokesman Abu Bilal:
Allah Almighty says, "If you are suffering, then they are suffering as you are suffering."
Through our specialized agencies' follow-ups, we know the enemy's real losses in the battle of Al-Aqsa Flood to this day:
In terms of deaths, they are in the thousands, not as they claim.
And as for the number of wounded, their confusion is clear between what is announced through their media in the thousands and what their hospitals announce in the tens of thousands, not to mention the tens of thousands in need of psychological treatment.
Based on our special sources in the depth of the entity, we confirm that the majority of those working in the ranks of the enemy's army in the Gaza Strip are mercenaries and hired soldiers, and their numerous bodies are transported through certain ships to a destination known to us.


the rest of the world realizing as soon as the US falls (which it will) Israel and the entirety of the reactionary Israeli ethnicity will be no more


Nazis didn't have to deal with the internet or CCTV being everywhere like it is today. There's a reason that the holocaust was "discovered" towards the end of the war, even though it was happening for years prior to that.


>Israeli soldiers have to be mega retards incriminating themselves like this.
They know they have the backing of the hegemon and they believe they will never face consequences for any of this (other than building a water park where Gaza used to be).


Faith in humanity status=Broken

I can't even come up with a good joke, I really am not gonna sleep tonight without thinking about this


seeing gore and CP on /b/ made me loose my faith in humanity a long time ago. Its depressing how desensitized we've become to pictures like this.


It's not even the first dead Palestinian children or Israelis reveling in atrocity I've seen today. They are grinding through the whole population in Gaza. That was always the end goal. They just finally got pushed into a corner where the more moderate people in charge (such as there are) couldn't hold this back any more.


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Hezbollah actions 02/13/24:

07:45: targeting a gathering of “israeli” enemy soldiers in Hounin Castle with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
09:30: targeting spy equipment at the Hadab Yarin site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
11:15: targeting an “israeli” police building in “Kiryat Shmona” with appropriate weapons and directly hitting it, as a response to the “israeli” attacks on southern villages and civilian homes, most recently in the village of Tallousa.
14:00: taking control of an “israeli” Skylark drone in good technical condition.
14:12: targeting a gathering of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the “Metat” barracks with appropriate weapons and achieving a direct hit, leading to its members being killed or wounded.
15:00: targeting a gathering of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Al-Marj site with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
18:10: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, causing direct hits.
20:00: Targeting the headquarters of the “Zebdine” Barracks with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.

The number of operations carried out by the Islamic Resistance during 129 days, from 2023/10/08 until 2024/02/13, reached 1,028 operations.


After resistance fighters prepared to confront zionist forces who were attempting to invade at the Tayaseer checkpoint, Tubas, the Security Forces of the Palestinian Authority began firing at the car holding the fighters.
The traitorous forces pursued the resistance and violent clashes have erupted between the two as a result of the attempted assassinations. The confrontations are ongoing with Security Forces shooting indiscriminately at rooftops, windows, and any vehicle in sight.
This comes just a day after clashes broke out with the PA Security Forces in Jenin after they abducted wanted (by the IOF) resistance fighters and violently suppressed a protest in support of Gaza.


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How could KHHHHHAMAS do this? Oy vey, *burns down 2000 more homes* stop using kids as human shields *shoots another toddler* and this wouldn't happen *bombs another residential area*

Seriously, I hope these people suffer immensely. Absolute fucking demons. Hell is truly empty and all the devils are here.


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>There's a reason that the holocaust was "discovered" towards the end of the war
Lol. What?


I think they're referring to Allied forces discovering the camps and realizing what was actually going on in Germany.


those absolute animals.


The holocaust was already known about by the allies by mid-late 1941, though they probably didn't exactly comprehend the scale of the genocide. I doubt the public really knew much about it though since they had their own issues to think about.


How war on Gaza dealt ‘Israel’ mighty economic blow: Axios

"Israel's" funding of the war on Gaza has resulted in its first-ever credit downgrade.

Given the expense of the war, "Israel" will need to borrow almost $58 billion this year, according to Bloomberg, which equates to nearly $23,000 per household, and 3 times the amount of the fiscal deficit in 2022.

Moody's cut "Israel's" credit rating one notch, from A1 to A2, and noted the entity's poor finances, as well as the ongoing war on Gaza's potential to "weaken its executive and legislative institutions."

Earlier today, Moody's took further action and downgraded the deposit ratings of five Israeli banks, from A2 to A3, designating the outlook on long-term deposit ratings as negative.

The US credit ratings agency lowered the long- and short-term deposit ratings of "Bank Leumi Le-Israel, Bank Hapoalim, Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Ltd., Israel Discount Bank Ltd., and First International Bank of Israel Ltd. (FIBI)," by one notch to A3 from A2.

Moody’s said the downgrade is “driven by a lower government support uplift incorporated in those ratings because of the downgrade of Israel’s sovereign ratings.”

The action from Moody's was predicted by the markets, as the agency has been reviewing the entity for a possible downgrade since October. However. the Israeli government's reaction to the rating may have surprised some.

"Israel's" Finance Minister, Bezalel Smotrich, stated that the downgrading was "not based on serious economic arguments and is entirely a political manifesto" and that it was rooted in "a lack of confidence in the righteousness" of the war.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed the rating downgrade is unrelated to the economy, but the occupation's public finances have taken on an unavoidable religious component.

Smotrich stated upon entering office that his economic plan would be "infused with religious beliefs laid out in the Torah," according to Reuters.

On X, Netanyahu biographer Anshel Pfeffer described Moody's downgrading as "an indictment of Finance Minister Smotrich's God-fearing economic policy."

"Israel" pays close attention to where its dollar-denominated bonds trade on foreign markets, as well as the message the bond price conveys about the entity's economic health.

As a result, Bloomberg reported that most of its 2024 budget shortfall would be funded domestically, with dollars borrowed solely through covert private placements.

These borrowings are often more expensive than bond issues, but they have the advantage of not bearing any public interest rate, which might result in cost savings for Israeli enterprises, whose borrowing costs are tied to the entity's public bonds.

In January, the Israeli Central Bank governor supported a cabinet-approved budget based on claims of delivering sufficient fiscal amendments that could stabilize the growing debt the occupation has collected since waging a genocidal war in Gaza.

According to Amir Yaron, the budget would plateau public debt at an estimated 66% of the gross domestic product for the foreseen years, compared to 2023's 62%.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum, Yaron told Bloomberg TV, “Steps taken to stabilize Israel’s future debt are a very important statement to the markets.”

Referring to calculations, Yaron stated that the war on Gaza will cost the Israeli economy 10% of the 530 billion dollar GDP, and revenue will shrink by 2%.

The Israeli Central Bank also made interest cuts last month, reducing them to 4.5% when markets stabilized for a while. “We lowered the interest rate after we saw markets stabilize and inflation decelerating — it has just landed at 3%, the top of our target range,” Yaron said.

Moreover, he added that unprecedented negative demand for construction was the primary factor for the inflation shock. Yaron stated that in case the genocide financial spillover reintensifies, the bank's monetary policy will have to be more cautious.


they never staged a conventional military campaign, the goal was always to provoke a war with a long tail to alienate the client state of israel from voters in the imperial core.


How the fuck do pro-Israeli people even pretend to be human at this point?


the west was aware of it, but mostly ignored it in favor of rebuilding west germany into an anti soviet client state. because most of the death camps were in soviet territory it got ignored in the west as soviet propaganda till the 60s when there was a holocaust media renaisance, possibly because of eichmann being put on trial. There was another resurgence in the 90s when the state of israel co-sponsored a string of hollywood holocaust films (the flagship being speilberg's schindler's list) and bundled them together with a cheap and fully resourced holocaust education unit with multimedia clips from the films targeted at American highschools. I think there's a promo about it on a few of the dvd releases and it was cited in an indie documentary covering ways in which holocaust narratives been exploited for profit and propaganda.

I agree with the Israelis and the Zionists that comparing genocides or measuring in holocausts is distasteful. But so is conducting the gaza genocide without shame in full view of the world. Desensitising humanity to this level of cruelty is gambling with some of the ugliest parts of the human condition and will not end well for anybody, least of all the jews.


If you deny this, you have zero understanding of geopolitics.


man I am never again joining a protest for Gaza, no matter how small it looked, the counter-protesters are annoying scum of the earth
I couldn't find a satisfying response to this man in particular calling us Arab jihadi sympathizers and nazis, trying to start up fights, saying the Palestinians are better off dead than immigrating to Europe and that Hind is a slut

if I didn't know any better, I would've said these guys are paid by news agencies to start up fights so they can be attacked and letter claims in articles they were harassed by "violent Palestinian activists"


>man I am never again joining a protest for Gaza
This post glows.


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how has your mental health been going on lately with all the things happening?


It's almost like the point of terrorism is to terrorize or something.



Zionists are subhuman
Israelis are subhuman


The Nazis only covered their crimes up after the Soviets were knocking on their door. They lied about the KZs being simple work camps, but there is footage of people being lined up and shot into pits, and plenty of photos of people being lynched or otherwise murdered in the East. Plus, yeah, cameras weren't as available back then.


It's because clout. Zionists are killing children on live camera with shitty tiktok music for the sole reason that it gives them online clout. Had social media existed under Nazi Germany you would've seen HJ members recording themselves curbstomping Jews to death while Erika played on reverb


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Yeah right…


>The Israel flags are bigger than the American flags
Kek. Even if they don't care or ignorant of Israel's status as the sword of capitalist imperialism how come your average American is fine with this


Jeebus told them you gotta let Israel do as it pleases so Armagueddon will come.


bro. wtf


Nasser hospital has been forcibly evacuated, IDF striking deep in to Lebanon today.
>Three people are reported to have been killed in the Marjayoun district after a house was struck by Israeli air strikes.

>The attacks came after a barrage of rockets from southern Lebanon hit a military base in Safed in northern Israel, killing one person and wounding several others.

>More soon.


>An Israeli woman was killed and eight others were wounded as a barrage of rockets fired from Lebanon slammed into Safed and an army base in the northern city, the military and medical officials said.
Also 15 IDF injured in gaza today.


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that's a heckin hate speech bucko


It was really getting me down last month and before that, but I have gotten better at taking a step back and not getting too invested in it emotionally. It's fucking terrible, but we cannot afford to be depressed over it now; there is work to be done.

You'll be alright comrade, you have a good heart


(the extra heavy stuff still makes me shed tears though)


There, there


ayo! KKB and Death Grips is a banger


Pretty interesting.
Didn't know DPRK materially supported Hezbollah.


Client states =/= colonies. Israel is the former, and while it is dependent on the US and within its orbit, their relationship is not exploitative. Israel has a status similar to Japan in relation to the US.


A series of RNN updates about the bombardment of "Safad" today.

Zionist sources report that at least 5 settlers have been injured following the continuous barrages of rockets fired from south Lebanon towards occupied Safad and its surrounding settlements.
For the first time since 2006, a building was directly hit in occupied Safad. Electricity has been cut off in parts of the area following rockets falling.

The number of settlers injured in the recent rocket barrages fired from South Lebanon has increased to 7, including 3 critical injuries.
At least 10 rockets, which appear to be precise missiles, were launched and directed at IOF military targets in the north. Zionist sources report that the rockets did not fall in one area but in several areas around the city of Safad.
Zionist sources also report that the "Iron Dome" is facing problems intercepting the precise rockets used by Hezbollah in the bombardment on northern Palestine.

Zionist sources report that one settler was found dead in Safad following the rocket barrages fired from south Lebanon.
The majority of the rockets fell on IOF military bases around the city.

The recent rocket barrages fired from southern Lebanon, which includes precision missiles, targeted a number of IOF military bases, including the IOF's Northern Command, the "Meron" Air Base, an IOF base in Safad, as well as IOF bases in "Branit," "Kiryat Shmona," "Manara," and the occupied Golan, effectively knocking out "the eyes of 'israel,'" according to zionist sources.
Zionist media describes the events as "unprecedented" due to the distance and accuracy of the rockets.
The attack has so far left one soldier killed and at least 8 wounded, mostly soldiers.

The IOF acknowledges the death of the soldier killed by Hezbollah rockets on occupied Safad, as well as the serious wounding of a number of soldiers.




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Calls grow in Europe to halt arms exports to Israel as US Senate passes aid package

(CNN) — Some European countries say they have stalled arms exports to Israel amid growing consternation about the way it is waging war against Hamas in Gaza, while the United States Senate on Tuesday passed a $95 billion foreign aid package that includes further security assistance for Israel.

A court in the Netherlands on Monday told the Dutch government it must stop exporting F-35 fighter jet parts to Israel, citing a “clear risk” that Israel’s fleet was being used to commit serious violations of international law in the Gaza Strip.

Three human rights groups, including Oxfam, brought the case to The Hague Court of Appeal, seeking to overturn a previous court decision that allowed the Dutch government to continue exporting F-35 parts to Israel. In Monday’s ruling, the court ordered the government to stop such exports within seven days.

The ruling came after the Italian and Spanish foreign ministers said recently that their countries had stopped all arms sales to Israel since the war began in Gaza more than four months ago, after Hamas’ attack on Israel. A regional government in Belgium also said it had suspended two licenses for gunpowder exports to Israel.

Will Dutch ruling make a difference?

The Dutch court said Monday that Israel does not “take sufficient account of the consequences of its attacks for the civilian population” in Gaza, and ordered the Netherlands to stop the export of parts of F-35 jets to Israel within a week. The government said it would appeal the decision.

“In the government’s view, the distribution of American F-35 parts is not unlawful. The government believes it is up to the State to determine foreign policy,” it said in a statement.

The ruling came as Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte met with Israeli war cabinet member Benny Gantz in Israel. Gantz said the court’s decision “will harm the global and Israeli imperative of fighting terror,” although it is unclear whether a ban on exporting parts from the Netherlands will affect overall supplies to Israel.

Meanwhile, Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani told local media in late January that Italy had stopped all arms shipments to Israel since October 7. Pagella Politica, an Italian monitoring organization, said Italian companies had sold arms worth almost 120 million euros ($129 million) to Israel in the decade to 2022.

Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Albares too said in late January that his country had also halted arms sales to Israel in October. But Spanish outlet El Diaro reported Sunday that Spain in November exported 987,000 euros ($1.1 million) worth of ammunition to Israel, despite Albares claiming there was an embargo. Human rights group Amnesty International demanded the Spanish government make export data available to the public.


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why is yasser arafat kissing an orthodox priest on the lips too many times? he gay or soviet?


Had several nights in a row nightmares of screaming/burning/mutilated Gazans 👍
They stopped when the national Isfaek embassy was closed over a terrorist threat.


>Had several nights in a row nightmares
fuck, me too. maybe I should start using Benadryl



>DUBAI, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Two explosions along Iran's main south-north gas pipeline network on Wednesday were caused by sabotage, the Iranian oil minister told state TV, without naming any suspects.

>Authorities also denied reports that the incident caused gas cuts to industries and offices in some provinces, state media reported.

>In December, Iran executed five people whom it accused of being saboteurs with links to Israel's Mossad intelligence service in a decades-long shadow war that has seen Tehran accuse Israel of attacks on its nuclear and missile efforts, charges the latter has never confirmed or denied.


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He isn't a westoid that's enough not to be insecure about kissing men.



<when the last thing you hear is a sloe beeping and you think to yourself, huh, who's reversing?
Crazy how the IDF is still trying to sell the idea that they've beaten the resistance in the north and central and are now only moping up desperate squads with no command and control.


For the first time since October 8th, Hezbollah has not announced any operations today, after carrying out 1,028 operations for the last 130 days.
It is strongly suspected that Hezbollah carried out the precision strikes on a number of IOF bases and sites this morning, which resulted in the death of at least one soldier and the wounding of several others. However, the group has likely decided remain silent as a form of psychological warfare, underscoring another stage of escalation in the Islamic Resistance’s support for Al-Aqsa Flood.


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good morning jungle gang, Israel collapsed yet? it seems their tourism industry is down in the dumb


I wonder what the mapfags are saying right about now.
It's a process fast accelerating.


>in a guerrilla urban warfare
It was always retarded. I ignored those posts.


Germans should be hunted for sport


>when you think "semites" are only jews


According to the Sinai Foundation, Egyptian authorities have begun the construction of a "security buffer zone" surrounded by high walls to receive Palestinians from Gaza in the event of a mass exodus.
This news comes as Palestinians in Rafah have documented the construction of walls on the border in recent weeks.
The Sinai Foundation revealed that the construction works in eastern Sinai aim to establish a "security area" along the border with the Gaza Strip, intending to host refugees from Gaza in the event of an exodus.
Two local contractors stated that the construction works were awarded to local companies by subcontract from the Sons of Sinai Construction and Building Company, owned by businessman Ibrahim Al-Arjani, who is close to the Sisi regime. Arjani also profits heavily from extortion of Gazans at the Rafah border crossing. The Sisi regime and its intelligence apparatus own a majority stake in the Organi Group, which includes the Hala company that profits from the Rafah crossing.
The project aims to establish an area surrounded by 7-meter high walls, after clearing the rubble of the original residents' homes destroyed during the so-called "war on terror," which Arjani also significantly oversaw operations of.
In fact, Al-Arjani's mercenaries, the "Knights of Haitham" militia, are heavily overseeing security in the construction area.
The project is expected to be done within ten days, with the work being carried out under the supervision of the Engineering Authority of the Egyptian Armed Forces and in the presence of a heavy security detail.
Two days ago, the Sinai Foundation published a report with photo evidence showing the beginning of construction at a very rapid pace, amid significant security tightening. A 7 meter wall was documented south of Rafah heading towards the Mediterranean Sea.
Researcher Mohannad Sabri noted, "These are serious indications that Egypt might be preparing to accept and allow the displacement of Gaza's population to Sinai, in coordination with 'israel' and the United States."


it's called genocide


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how the fuck did egypt fall so deep?



>Egypt has informed Israel that it will suspend the Camp David Accords, which in 1979 ended the long-standing conflict between the two countries, if the Jewish state forces Palestinians from the Gaza Strip to cross the border into Egypt through a military offensive. as reported on Monday, the EFE agency, citing an Egyptian security source, as reported by News.ro.

>"Egypt has informed Israel of suspending the Camp David Treaty if Israel violates the military and security protocols which paved the way for peace between the two countries," said the source in Cairo, who spoke under condition of anonymity. "If even one Palestinian refugee passes through," Egyptian officials reportedly told Israel, "the peace agreement will be voided."


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>"If even one Palestinian refugee passes through," Egyptian officials reportedly told Israel, "the peace agreement will be voided."


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I really hope they don't choke. Isn'treal must be stopped.


>Isn'treal must be stopped.
If the last few months have taught us anything it's that unless things heavily change Israels long term survival prospects are severely slim.


From what I've heard dispersing the Palestinians into the Sinai is a bright red line for Egypt, even with Israel proposing to build housing and shit for them. A wider regional war is what Israel wants, but I don't know if they necessarily want it with Egypt or if it's too blatantly their own fault.


Hummus are a Muslim Brotherhood splinter. Egyptian military isn't down with the Muslim Brotherhood. Having both on your territory is not on.


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>all arabs want to kill all jews so all arabs should be killed and expelled
very circular logic. of course at the end of the day it's down to zionists being colonial police rather than any solipsistic moral reason


accusations and confessions


Erich should have invaded the west.



>The home – which is close to the Al-Aqsa Mosque – was demolished to make way for a planned biblical theme park in the neighbourhood of Silwan, in occupied East Jerusalem.
Just when you thought you were numb to reprisal house demolitions.


I swear we're closer than ever now to Zionist bootlickers unironically arguing "why do we think ethnic cleansing is bad, anyway?"


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>Biblical theme park
To be filled with obese gawking burger evangelicals and their putrid spawn no doubt.


Why do Zionist soldiers get "psychological trauma" from fighting in this war like they have such an overwhelming advantage in…everything. It's basically like taking a picnic with your Jew bros and a bunch of guns, maybe you kill some civilians but if you're a Zionazi that doesn't matter anyway. Like yeah maybe it sucks if an RPG hits your buddy and he turns into Chicken Of The Sea but like, you are an elite software engineer, you're in Israel, you got a hot wife with big khazar milkers, you're completing your genocide, you're going to be USA: Middle East edition. It's not that bad. Certainly not bad enough to be hootin and hollerin' all up in the Knesset that you can't sleep at night!


Hezbollah rockets will make them reconsider that calculation entirely


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ah yes, German "culture"


>In Gaza, everyone is involved. Everyone voted Khamas
>anyone over the age of 4 is a Khamas supporter


>Khams's large big dogs maul the wholesome smol IDF canine pupperinos.

What kind of a title is this? Why not just call both sides dogs? Why make one large and call the other a canine?


One of the reasons death camps were invented is because soldiers on the Eastern front were getting PTSD from murdering civilians at point blank range. Many of them just didn't have the constitution for it, so they tried to remove the human from the equation as much as possible via gas chambers. I guess in this genocide drones and airstrikes take care of the human aspect, but it's also clear that a lot of people in IOF are absolutely chomping at the bit to get some blood on their hands. Their zeal reminds me of the civilians who took part in massacres in the East (like in vid rel, 2:30 onwards)


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>if we don't kill them they'll kill us
I wonder where else I've heard this?


i don't know about you but israelis saying "there are 22 arab states, palestinian arabs should fuck off to them" and "how can we be apartheid when we have le 20% Arabs in our country" sounds similar to saying "look at all the black states in africa, why can't we have Rhodesia and make them blacks fuck off to them" and "how can we be apartheid when we have many blacks in our country"


>Hindustan Times
Why are people even surprised? Most Indians are Zionist retards.
>That's heccin' racist
I'm Indian too, raised Hindu. I know my people.


The only thing Stalin did wrong was to stop at Berlin.


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DPRK vindicated yet again.


HT is yellow pressure, tabloid, or whatever we call it in the YT age.
So you should know that India has a rich history with Palestine.
You sound retarded btw. It comes across as infantile and childish ro blame the public for the opinions of the mass of budget reactionary Hindu media instead of blaming the reactionary Hindu media for the rise in reactionary sentiment in the public.


the IDF is lying about their "successful" operations in Gaza. They're getting their ass kicked for months now.
Also they're delaying their invasion of Lebanon because they're scared as fuck, and the reason is very simple: Arabs learned how to organize.

When zionists arrived in Palestine they didn't have a technological superiority, everyone was using the same soviet/english shit, but they brought from Europe military knowledge that wasn't present in the region, so they reigned supreme there.

That's not the case anymore. They're the most advanced army, but not really known to be the most "organized". Kkkkhamas with their shitty equipment is demolishing their armies, and don't let me start talking about hezb (yes, DPRK taught them a lot of things, including tunnels).

They are fucked even though no arab state is doing shit. ORGANIZE. ORGANIZE. ORGANIZE.


>Arabs learned how to organize.
>but they brought from Europe military knowledge that wasn't present in the region, so they reigned supreme there.
Is this left chauvinism?


There's like at least as many white Christian states in Europe, maybe more, but telling anyone in any of them to fuck off to any other one of them is so hilariously antiquated and passé it makes it easy to see the idiotic nationalist tribalism behind such sentiments as Dumb at best. But the moment they're brown or speak Arabic, suddenly everything fuckin changes. You all know why.

Einstein was right to call nationalism an infantile disease.


It's not left chauvinism, it's the truth. Europe was the main location for WW1 and WW2, you must consider that lot's of them had military experience from these wars.

Also Europe was already the center of Capitalism while Arab countries became independent only recently. I'm giving you a materialist explanation for this fact. Seeing the military success of Israel as a "miracle" is just wishful thinking.


To be it sounds like you're saying that before zionist settling the locals were but primitives who didn't have societal organisation or 'advanced tech'.
Arab is a nonsense concept anyways the Arab nationalists be damned… when the difference between Arab and Euro is 200mile distance on a trade route there is really little to no serious difference.


It wasn't my intention, sorry. My main point was to say that the productive forces of Europe were more advanced than the rest of the world and the zionist came from the heart of these parts.
By "Arab" I refere to the natives in /mena/ that spoke Arabic, that's it. I'm just differentiating locations (I'm Arab myself).

It's stupid the measure "civility" by productive forces or technological superiority, this is just racist garbage. I hold my position on this though, there's no "superiority" in strategy and organization anymore, so they won't be able to trample their "enemies" without a bloody and costly battle.


im addicted. i dont sleep. i just watch this stuff endlessly. im always worried ill miss something important. i get nothing done. at least im not in gaza so health is pretty good. but im a media junkie again

gonna donate this months wages to unrwa. least i can do.


Not a good place to be


glad to see somebody using the oc I made :)


Zionist retards waking up to the reality that maybe they aren't fighting a just war.
This is by no means an excuse or apologia. Let them revolt and overthrow their officers first.


Chief Wahoo has joined Hamas


So unlimited terrorism against the US is justified also


Sorry, little Timmy, but when you bought that ice cream cone at the circus the sales tax helped fund the Marine Corps. Please face the wall now.


If you watched the Superbowl you should be in prison


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What if you watched the afcon final


If you know the rules of American Handegg your family will be liquidated.


I don't know the rules beyond the very basics. Saved by a technicality.


I know what you mean. I feel like it's my duty to keep updated, but I literally can't stop. It's on my mind all day every day, the pictures and the stories. It feels so surreal seeing what is going on and watching everyone barely talk about it and get on with their lives, even those who agree.

Family and gf are on the right side but keep telling me to take a break but I feel like it's our duty to not forget in this moment


It's also complacency. Israel "won" and stopped taking military superiority seriously. They were just fantasizing about ot and imagining that because they were ordained to take the land and from a superior race/culture they could just walk over Gaza and be done with it. You could literally find Israelis talking about turning Gaza into a parking lot in a few months. Delusional. Meanwhile their enemy is fighting for their life and the lives of everyone around them (meaning the wider MENA countries in the long run). To quote Bane, "Victory has defeated [them]."


Falling to colonial domination is a problem with all feudal/semi-feudal societies. The ruling landlords and bourgs almost always collaborate with the aggressors. I'm pretty sure something similar happened in Palestine (besides the support Israel got from Britain), because it's highly unlikely that the Zios conquered Palestine through sheer military might.


>I'm pretty sure something similar happened in Palestine (besides the support Israel got from Britain), because it's highly unlikely that the Zios conquered Palestine through sheer military might.
A lot of the land that was seized for Jewish settlement was actually bought from absentee Arab landlords. The new Jewish owners evicted the Arab tenants and replaced them with Jews. Zionists still bring this up to legitimize their claims, but ofc anybody smart enough to consider landlords parasites anyway wouldn't recognize the legitimacy of such a transaction.


I agree, the British paved the way for zionists, specially in the 30's and 40's. All Palestinians leaderships were arrested and killed when they got the chance. If that wasn't the case Israel probably wouldn't be a thing today.

Not bad for "savages", huh?
Hopefully the west bank already began to dig their own tunnels.


America should just be decolonized. I don't care what happens to the settlers.


>absentee landlords
It's frustrating how these assholes have managed to fuck up so many nations. I didn't even know this about Palestinian history but I had a gut feeling that something like this must've happened just by applying what I already know about India (my home country) and Ireland.


It was the zionists who build the tunnels.
Hamas merely used them.
This is not a joke. They played themselves.


wait what
tell me more about it pls
I know the chamber under the Shifa Hosp was built by Israelis, but I didn't know about other tunnels


Ackchually, Heendutva has been a thing since before the Indian independence struggle and its adherents always been pro-Zionist. Add to that the fact Israel helped us out during the Kargil war to own the Pakis, it's not a surprise that they're so loved here.


Another thing worth noting is that the land Palestinians resided on would change hands between landlords many times, but evictions were quite rare and most Palestinians, despite renting their land, had lived there for generations. In essence, it was their land and ancestral home.

I also find it completely pathetic and contemptible when contemporary Zionists bring this up as some kind of legitimisation of Israel, it really just proves how non-existent their consciences are. It’s not even historically accurate for them to say this was how the land was gained, given that the nascent Israeli government switched their strategy from land purchases to full-on ethnic cleansing and terror (Plan Dalet) when they realised the former option was going to be too costly and inefficient.


Remember the premature babies that were left to die in Al Nasr Hospital in Gaza in November?
They've been found still there, totally decomposed, turned into skeletons.
Despite mass media coverage, the IOF didn't arrange for their bodies to be removed & buried. They were just left there


This is factually incorrect. Zionists caused the construction of tunnels by imposing a blockade, but pretty much all of them are built by Palestinians (with the exception of the 'bunkers' built during the more overt occupation).


This video is 14 years old, but the interview with the tunnel digger is enlightening. Zionists created the conditions that caused Palestinians to get so good at smuggling things underground


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The genocidal Biden regime has apparently lost support of even its closest allies (sans the UK) in the Five Eyes. This is the first time since the formation of Five Eyes that this has happened, and is significant because these are the most slavish cuck countries that enact US foreign policy.


It's amazing. All the Israelis had to do was not be wide-eyed psychopaths and they probably would have got whatever they wanted, even from the other Arab countries. Just basic humanity and pretense at restraint would have worked for them. but they couldn't even do that. The UK will be forced to change course too imo.


>A lot of the land that was seized for Jewish settlement was actually bought from absentee Arab landlords.
Its just not true in the narativeas often said, it's zionist propaganda. The actual number Is like 5%, not the often said 70% which is banded about. Rashid Khalidi writes about this.


>having a satirical news article in liberal Haaretz about cooking Gazans food while they starve.
why are they so swivel eyed psychotic? were the Rhodesians or South Africans this unhinged ?


Meaningless words. They'll go back to supporting Israel next week


The more the world despises them, the more they act like this to spite the world.


>The Israeli army enters Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis with heavy tank and machine gun fire, forcing everyone inside to evacuate and flee for their lives.
<Rafah exodus begins as Israel’s military steps up air raids and artillery fire before a feared ground operation on the southern city once designated a “safe zone”.


I will never forgive Stalin for not completely destroying Germany.


Next they're going to start wearing Palestinians' skins


This shit is too fucking depressing. We're literally seeing an actual genocide live via internet and the world is doing nothing. A little girl was murdered WITH A FUCKING TANK. Jesus, America deserves all the terrorism its gonna get from this. Its like the US empire can't get sadistic enough. Each incoming president has to be sicker than the last one. I hope this will be Gen Z's Iraq war moment.

Fuck. I'm gonna go back to wapchan to calm down.


see you there anon


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I’ve wept at some of the images and videos I’ve seen coming out of Gaza. The ones of crying children, starving, wounded, and alone, are absolutely fucking devastating. It really does test your faith in humanity like nothing else. All I can pray for is that one day Netanyahu and his deranged clique of fascists all face an international tribunal and hang by the neck until death. They deserve nothing less.


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Reminder to use tools to take down posters as people like this often put razor blades underneath to injure people who disagree with them.


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rogged brobelled grenade :DD



Hezbollah operations 02/15/24:

10:40: targeting spying equipment at the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
12:25: targeting spying equipment at the Al-Rahib site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
12:45: targeting Zebdine barracks in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with a Falaq missile, hitting it directly.
13:18: targeting spying equipment at the Al-Marj site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
16:30: targeting the Al-Samaqa site with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
17:15: targeting a gathering of "israeli" army soldiers in the vicinity of the "Zarit" barracks with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
17:30: targeting the Birkat Risha site with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
17:40: targeting spying equipment at the Al-Naqoura naval site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
17:55: attacking the "Kiryat Shmona" settlement with dozens of Katyusha rockets, as an initial response to the massacres in Nabatiyeh and Al-Sawwana.
21:15: targeting the "Kiryat Shmona" barracks with several Falaq rockets, achieving direct hits, as part of the response to the massacres in Nabatiyeh and Al-Sawwana.

The total number of operations carried out by the Islamic Resistance from 08/10/2023, to 15/02/2024, is 1038 operations.




>The root of the problems lay in the peculiar nature of the Israeli state. Israel is not a normal country. By this, I mean neither that it is a special, providential country (as an American evangelical might say), nor that it is a uniquely wicked root of all evil. Rather, it is extraordinary in two important ways that relate to its function and geopolitical calculus, rather than its moral content.

>First, Israel is an Eschatological Garrison State. This is a particular form of state which perceives itself as a sort of redoubt against the end of all things, and accordingly becomes highly militarized and highly willing to dispense military force. Israel is not the only such state to have existed in history, but it is the only obvious one extant today.

>A historical comparison may help explain. In 1453, when the Ottoman Empire at last overran Constantinople and brought an end to the millennia-old Roman imperium, early medieval Russia found itself in a unique position. With the fall of the Byzantines (and the previous schism with western papal Christianity), Russia was now the only Orthodox Christian power remaining in the world. This fact created a sense of world-historic religious siege. Surrounded on all sides by Islam, Roman Catholicism, and Turko-Mongol Khanates, Russia became a prototypical Eschatological Garrison State, with a high degree of cooperation between Church and State and an extraordinary level of military mobilization. The character of the Russian state was indelibly formed by this sense of being besieged, of being the last redoubt of authentic Christianity, and the consequent need to extract a high volume of manpower and taxes to defend the garrison state.

>Israel is much the same, though its sense of eschatological terror is of a more ethno-religious sort. Israel is the only Jewish state in the world, founded in the shadow of Auschwitz, besieged on all sides by states with which it has fought several wars. Whether this justifies the kinetic aspects of Israeli foreign policy is not the point. The simple fact is that this is Israel’s innate self conception. It is an eschatological redoubt for a Jewish population that sees itself as having nowhere else to go. If one refuses to acknowledge the central Israeli geopolitical premise - that they would do anything to avoid a return to Auschwitz - one will never make sense of their actions.


Is this backed up by anything? Like a letter by a Russian Tsar or the Patriarch to the tune of "oh fug, we're all alone"?


Maybe it's a thing but ngl it sounds like one of those neat little anecdotes people tend to find when thru have a more modern thesis that needs supporting.
I guess Adam Smiths barter would be an obvious example.


onya albo. better late than never.


That video that Motaz released yesterday of the decomposing NICU babies really pushed my endurance for this. I will never forget this conflict for the rest of my life. Burned in my retinas forever.


What is the Hindustan Times and how are they not shut down yet on youtube?


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>be me
>Getting too emotional in this conflict
>decide to forget, try to jack off to try and forget
>go to the comments of a random video
>see this comment, dated 3 days before October 7



A lot of hay is made of Palestinian homophobia but the IDF is the main threat to all of them regardless of sexuality


yeah, and to think this person is probably dead, starving or under arrest right now


yeah, and to think this person is probably dead, starving or under arrest right now


I hope they're still alive and with their gf


A total of 6 settlers were wounded in the shooting operation in occupied Asdod, 4 of them in serious or critical condition.
Two have been declared dead officially, but zionist sources quickly reported three dead in the first moments of the operation.
The operation took place on a central junction, on a road leading to the Gaza Strip.
The executor is martyr Sheikh Fadi Jamjoum (40 years old) from Shufat camp in Al Quds. Occupation forces have closed all entrances to the camp and are sending reinforcements to it now.
A large occupation infantry force is invading the Ra's Khamis neighborhood in Shufat refugee camp.


chances are they're in the west bank


>We're literally seeing an actual genocide live via internet and the world is doing nothing
Historically the mass murder of children during war really just isnt all that weird.


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>Shooting attack at a bus stop in southern Israel kills three and wounds four, Israeli forces raid Shuafat Refugee Camp, where accused shooter lives, in response.
<Israel’s incursion into Khan Younis’ Nasser Hospital has led to the deaths of at least six patients after electricity was severed and oxygen supplies cut.
>PRCS celebrates successful C-section during attacks on al-Amal Hospital
<UK maritime group reports missile attack off Yemen
>Pro-Palestinian activists have filed criminal charges against a German politician for suspected incitement of hate and denial of war crimes in Israel’s war in Gaza.
<US-UK and Houthi tit-for-tat attacks continue in Yemen and the Red Sea
>Israeli attack on Rafah would be ‘turning point’: Macron
<Russia invites Hamas and all Palestinian factions for talks



Martyr Izz El-Din Al-Qassam Brigades spokesperson, Abu Obeida:
133 days have passed since the beginning of the Al-Aqsa Flood battle, which has changed and will change the face of the region and marked since the morning of October 7, 2023, the beginning of the end and the decline for the longest and last occupation in contemporary history, witnessing its breakdown, disfigurement, and exposure.
Al-Aqsa Flood, which was launched for the sake of Al-Quds and with the aim of supporting the Path of the Messenger of Allah (Al-Quds), peace be upon him, will not calm down, God willing, and will increasingly take shape to remove injustice and aggression from Al-Aqsa and the land of Isra and Mi'raj (ascension of the prophet to heaven), and will be a turning point in the history of our nation, God willing.
O our people, O our nation, for the fifth month in a row, the Palestinian resistance in Gaza, our steadfast and enduring people, faces a zionist American war that is still incapable in front of a great and generous people who face massacres and horrific slaughters but does not know breaking.
How can they defeat a people whose children teach the incapacitated adults lessons in manhood, whose women are like Khansaa, producing generations that make men, and whose resistance is the legend of the age and the icon of time in fighting, heroism, and giving?
How will they defeat a people whose resistance lives in their heart, shares their suffering, pain, and hope, sacrifices their dearest ones, and offers leaders and soldiers in the path of Allah and in the cause of freedom, defending the holiest of sanctities and the greatest of causes?
The fighters in Al-Qassam Brigades and the Palestinian resistance continue to face the criminal Nazi army, which has no parallel in contemporary history in its sadism, barbarism, and detestable racist ideology, inflicting unprecedented losses on the enemy army in the history of our people’s revolution.
Our fighters destroy their vehicles and armored vehicles, besiege their heavily armed soldiers supported by tanks, aircraft, and warships, trap them in tight ambushes, snipe their officers in professional operations, and attack their soldier hordes at point-blank range.
Whenever the enemy thinks it has become safe in a scorched area of the land, our fighters emerge from where they are least expected in quality operations and fight with the help, support, and success granted by Allah.
Concurrently, the battles with our nation’s fighters and its resistance forces continue on all fronts and are expanding and intensifying in the face of the enemy’s arrogance, haughtiness, and brutal Nazi aggression.
We do not wish to elaborate on the operations of the Al-Qassam Brigades as we announce them in real-time around the clock, and the field conditions for some of our fighters in combat engagements delay the announcement of some missions. However, what we broadcast of announcements and scenes is part of what our fighters have executed and are executing in the field. We prefer to delay and not announce some operations and not broadcast some scenes for security reasons and complex field conditions.
We in the Al-Qassam Brigades affirm that our fighters in all areas of zionist infiltration and aggression in the north, center, and south of the Gaza Strip are engaging in heroic battles with different tactics and appropriate weapons based on the size of the zionist incursion and the battlefield fortification, according to field assessments that determine the weapon and nature of the attacks in each quality operation to ensure confirmed losses among the enemy forces.
The occupation claims alleged achievements in the battlefield and continues to announce an imagined eradication of military brigades; this disintegrating, conflicted, crisis-ridden enemy is not trusted by its closest friends, not believed even by its allies, and cannot convince its audience despite all its lies that it has achieved victory or will achieve vicotry or achieve its goals.
Briefly, we say that what the enemy releases of statements, numbers, and information is lying propaganda, and what it broadcasts of images that exaggerate imaginary achievements is in the same context, and much of what the enemy announces and broadcasts is fabricated and concocted for internal and morale purposes. So, let the criminal lying enemy say what it wants and promote to its deluded audience who will realize and come to know the lies of its leadership.
The battlefield remains open, and the truths are drawn, and the coming days and the near and distant future, God willing, will prove the illusion, lies, and confusion of this enemy. The cheap political goals that the enemy's leaders try to achieve through their massacres and dirty crimes on one hand, and through their black lies on the other, will lead them to a resounding fall, humiliation, shame, and regret, by the help and power of Allah.
The losses among the enemy's prisoners have become very large, and we did not wish for the situation to reach this stage of losses and suffering for the prisoners. We have tried to protect and care for these prisoners for months, aiming for a noble and lofty humanitarian goal, which is the liberation of our oppressed and subjugated prisoners and achieving the legitimate and human rights of our people.
We are still striving to preserve the enemy's prisoners by all means, and we have warned dozens of times about the dangers faced by the enemy's prisoners in the hands of the resistance and the losses among them since the beginning of the war, but the occupation's leadership ignored the fate of its prisoners, and the Nazi zionist army deliberately kills its prisoners and injures them.
In the meantime, the enemy's wounded and sick prisoners are living in very difficult conditions and struggling to stay alive. This is not surprising as all the suffering of hunger, thirst, lack of medical supplies, and more that our people endure is also endured by the enemy's prisoners. The enemy's leadership and its barbaric army alone bear full responsibility for this, as time is running out very quickly, and warning has been given.
O sons of our great people, Allah has decreed that we live on this land to fight this criminal enemy cursed by Allah in every book and upon whom His wrath is, and He has decreed to send upon them those who will inflict the worst of punishment until the Day of Judgment.
We, as a people and a resistance stationed [steadfast] on this land, fight at this breach in the sight of Allah, for He has chosen martyrs from among us and tested us with great sacrifices that will be followed by relief and victory soon, God willing. All greetings to the souls of our righteous martyrs whose blood has been witness to injustice, aggression, and crime, increasing the bill of suffering and revenge on this aggressive, cowardly enemy.
Greetings to you, our people, our generous nation, to whom no words can do justice and fate. We pledge to remain true to the covenant of the martyrs, on the frontiers of confrontation, resistance, and jihad until Allah decrees His victory and writes by our hands the healing of the believers' hearts. Allah is dominant over His affair, but most people do not know.


Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah during his speech today on the Day of the Martyred Leaders:

The aggression on the city of Nabatiyeh and Al-Sawwana is a development that must be closely examined as it targeted civilians and led to a large number of martyrs. We say that what happened was a deliberate act.
It is natural in this battle for fighters from Hezbollah or the Amal Movement to become martyrs, which is part of the ongoing and open battle. We strike the enemy when we can, and the enemy strikes us when they can.
We are in the heart of a real battle on a front extending over 100 kilometers, and the rise of martyrs from the resistance is part of this battle.
When we can take any action to neutralize civilians and protect them, we must do so. The enemy has gone too far in targeting civilians.
The sensitivity of civilian casualties for us is significant, and one of the most important equations established on the day of Sayyed Abbas Musawi's martyrdom was that the resistance began targeting the settlements in the north of occupied Palestine, starting an equation to protect civilians.
In the face of civilian targeting, I say that the enemy's goal through killing civilians is to pressure the resistance to stop supporting Gaza. The response to the massacre must be the continuation and escalation of resistance work on the front.
We tell the enemy that targeting civilians only increases our anger, broadens our scope, and intensifies our work in the resistance.
The targeting of the "Kiryat Shmona" settlement with dozens of Katyusha rockets and a number of Falaq missiles is an initial response.
The enemy will pay the price of shedding the blood of our women and children in Nabatiyeh, Al-Sawwana, and elsewhere, in blood.
The price of this blood will be blood. Not sites, not vehicles, not surveillance equipment; this is a part of the battle that will continue.
When it comes to civilians, for us this issue has a special sensitivity. The answer to the massacre must be to continue and escalate the work on the front.
We cannot tolerate harm to civilians, and the enemy must understand that it has gone too far in this matter.
This front will not stop, no matter how much you transgress, kill, and threaten.
The crazy "israeli" War Minister talks about Beirut… It seems he forgot that the resistance in Lebanon possesses immense and precise missile capabilities that extend from "Kiryat Shmona" to "Eilat.
The Yemeni people continue to target ships despite the American and British aggression against Yemen and its people.
Isn't it a disgrace, humiliation, weakness, and frailty that countries ruling over two billion Muslims cannot manage to bring medicine and food to the people of Gaza?
Among the responsibilities placed upon us and upon the Islamic nations and the free people of the world is to clarify the truths.
The "israeli" has not been able to present to the world a single piece of evidence for the lies it has promoted since October 7.
If the United States stops arming and supporting "israel" now, the aggression would stop immediately, whether Netanyahu likes it or not. The American administration and the "israeli" officials are responsible for every drop of blood in the region, with the "israeli" officials being mere tools.
The resistance made the enemy live in an existential crisis that culminated in Al-Aqsa Flood.
What Al-Aqsa Flood revealed is that the "israeli" objective that it was working on is the displacement of Palestinians and the establishment of a pure Jewish state. The siege on the Gaza Strip aimed to lead Gaza to death quietly and calmly without shaking the world.
The "israeli" goal is to displace the people of the West Bank to Jordan, the people of Gaza to Egypt, and the people of the 1948 [Palestinian lands] to Lebanon. Responsibility requires preventing the displacement of Palestinians, and this requires a major confrontation.
America is the one preventing the Lebanese army from having weapons and missiles that would provide it with a deterrence balance to protect Lebanon.
The "israeli" and American did not expect the resistance in Lebanon to have the will and courage to open the front to support Gaza.
Our goal, all of us in the axis of resistance—states, peoples, movements, and fighters—was and will remain that in this battle, the enemy must be defeated. Defeating the enemy in this battle means its failure to achieve its objectives. Our goal in the axis of resistance is to inflict the greatest losses on the enemy in this battle to force it to defeat and withdrawal.
The ones concerned with political negotiation are the Palestinian factions that authorized Hamas, and we do not interfere with what happens in the negotiations.
The brothers in Hamas and the Palestinian resistance represent the fronts of the Axis of Resistance and all the military and logistical support positions for them.
The land borders are demarcated, and any negotiations will be based on "leave our Lebanese land."
The culture of our resistance is a culture of life and dignity, not a culture of humiliation and surrender.


>The price of this blood will be blood. Not sites, not vehicles, not surveillance equipment; this is a part of the battle that will continue.
>The land borders are demarcated, and any negotiations will be based on "leave our Lebanese land."
Stronger fighting words than we've seen in the past recently.


dubs and Israel gets nuked by Iran




Hezbollah operations 02/16/24:

15:15: targeting Al-Malikiyah site with a Burkan missile and hitting it directly.
15:50: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with missile weapons, causing direct hits.
16:00: targeting the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, causing direct hits.
16:10: targeting a group of enemy soldiers stationed at the Ramia site with appropriate weapons, directly hitting it and causing its members to fall between dead and wounded.
16:30: targeting a deployment of enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the “Doviv” Barracks with missile weapons, causing direct hits.


It is easily the worst atrocity of this century thus far. And we're all powerless. Thanks to the Internet you can go on Tiktok and see a decimated Palestinian neighborhood strewn with corpses, scroll next to a video of a zionist doing an epic meme dance to celebrate, then to something unrelated like an heckin wholesome doggo video.

And these are all linked together - the murder and exploitation are what sustains the system that creates the infrastructure that enables you to watch the genocide. Like a fucked up ouroboros.

Fuck the fourth Reich. Whatever sliver of faith I had left in this world is gone. Hell is empty - the devils are all here.




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Part of me wishes uncle sam does another invasion in the Middle East just so more insurgents can bleed the American empire to death. Accelerate!


A pretty good wider analysis of western involvement in the genocide here


I kind of understand the yearning, but lets not kid ourselves: if another war started between the US and a MENA state, it would cause yet more suffering to civilians, and any effects to the US would take a long time to prove. Then at the end, Raytheon and Boeing shareholders would take their money and run, and everyone in the Whitehouse would get nice jobs at Fortune 500 companies as advisors or whatever, and you'd be left to slug it out with fascist militias in the streets as the country erupted into chaos. Though having said that, most of that will happen regardless.


America has been fighting shadow wars for 20 years now. I actually hope they get some serious casualties and battles. They can't keep doing this. They can't keep thousands of troops doing "counterterrorism ops" without paying the price. The American public are like coddled toddlers being doped on on TV and culture wars bullshit totally ignorant of the chaos in the world. Its unreal how much they choose to ignore.


>They can't keep thousands of troops doing "counterterrorism ops" without paying the price.
They are in fact paying the price both literally and figuratively. The more Uncle Sam fights, the more the giant grift machine that is the Military-Industrial Complex exacts its toll and vacuums up dollars and cents from taxpayers, and its not like anything worthwhile is coming out of the MIC, the MIC barely produces anything, its just there to grift off of the DoD.

Figuratively, the 2 decade long farce on terror has completely hollowed out Uncle Sam's beatsticks. The Army hasn't had anything going for it for years before the recent small arms competition, the Navy had the LCS, such an incredible failure they're already in the process of retiring them after just a decade of service. The (Ch)air Force has the F-35 Lightning II, the crown jewel of the MIC that after nearly 2 decades of development, isn't actually in full production.

It's unfortunate it has to be this way in the sense that this is only tangible way to affect Uncle Sam and that no one can say, actually blow up a carrier or something without massive retaliation. It is unlikely that America will ever suffer the "one bad day" you (and admittedly I) desire, it will instead have to be a long, slow slide down the garbage chute until it hits the bin.


The Arab Legion was officer'd by the British but most of the men weren't veterans. The Zionist militias were full of veterans of WWII. This gave the Zionists a significant advantage when it came to the kind of manoeuvre warfare that characterised the 1948 war.


>They are in fact paying the price both literally and figuratively. The more Uncle Sam fights, the more the giant grift machine that is the Military-Industrial Complex exacts its toll and vacuums up dollars and cents from taxpayers, and its not like anything worthwhile is coming out of the MIC, the MIC barely produces anything, its just there to grift off of the DoD.
Sorry man, that's the economically illiterate take. The MIC is just a heavily subsidied national industry and most of the money stays within the country. Return of investment is of course worse than education, but better than civilian industries that outsource overseas or just foreign aid.


And you call somebody economically illiterate. Jesus Christ, look at yourself. There WON'T BE ANY FUCKING EXTRA THINGS FOR CONSUMPTION OR EXPORT just because people are employed in the military, if anything, paying them any money means that other people's buying ability gets DEGRADED, i.e. IT'S PEOPLE WHO SUBSIDIZE THE MILITARY AND THE WORKERS WHO WORK REAL FUCKING JOBS ARE PAYING MIC WORKERS TO PRODUCE SHIT NOBODY NEEDS


Look into your or anyone else household and count the untouched shit no one ever needs, but still bought for a lot of money. Useless shit and the tad of mustard left in the tube are the cornerstone of every economy. It absolutely does not matter if it goes from your shelf into the landfill or from a barrel into the dirt.


if this doesn't work this time there truly is no Allah or God




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Am I the only one who cringes at this.
The thought about putting up this charade for muh hostages while Israel is bombing 1.4 million in Rafah. It just feels twisted.


Kek this shit is in Argentina? Even if you don't care about Palestine i think Argentinians have a more pressing problem than doing whatever this is. Like a "poor people are starving because the retarded lolbert government sells the country to IMF" kind of problem


>Beat the guy in Hamas costume "saving" the girl senseless
>claim to be pro-israel and appeal to Zionists
And yeah, these people shouldn't be tolerated. it's insane.


>most of the money stays within the country.
Lol, the money accumulates, it does not get re-invested, and there is no return on investment.
But thanks for illustrating the other point that I often harp on regarding the US military, that its a barrel for porky to funnel pork through masquerading as the world's largest jobs program, with 2.87M employees in 2022.


> tad of mustard left in the tube
Where and why are you buying mustard that comes in a tube you freak?


This is not a war you crackhead


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>excess nonsense is le good because people have jobs and money

Yeah, let's start digging up holes and filling them back up for money. That'll solve the crisis instantly!

Oh wait, idiots do actually believe that FDR's New Deal saved America. Wait-wait-wait, they do actually think that FDR's impotent attempts for a decade before the war was the reason why USA's economy restarted and not the war's spoils, not the Marshall's Plan!


let's make this happen inshallah


Anon the Marshall Plan was essentially just doing the New Deal for all of Western Europe.


Didn't it just involve more colonial exploitation to grow econimies, that id the mass import of cheap migrant labour ?


That was already happening.





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>71% of Israelis believe Israel should conduct a large-scale military operation against Lebanon to deter Hezbollah, a recent poll has shown.


no, it was all about letting all US products and capital flow freely into europe, cementing its domination


I watched a stream of the German parliamentary committee on foreign relations that discussed the German strategy for reforms of the United Nations where they were interviewing experts and all they were talking about is how the GA assembly if full of 'Israel haters' and how China is 'caputring all the directorates' lmao.


That's what allowed them to maintain dominance after the war, but the Marshall plan itself was essentially just massive government spending to rebuild Europe. It's essentially what FDR was doing during the depression. I don't understand people who say it was WW2 that pulled the US out of the depression and not the New Deal. If WW2 helped end the depression then it did it through the same mechanisms as the New Deal, i.e. massive government investment in the economy and sensible economic planning.


they'll get their ass kicked like never before
they can't even deal with kkhamas

The IDF is completely fucked, don't trust the media


No, Marshal Plan was about finding a consumer market to export American goods into. Europe got a new lease on life much later than Marshal Plan, decolonization, kickstarted by BOTH the USSR and USA, caused former colonies to start developing, thus Americans and Europeans got themselves new markets

New Deal was an utter FAILURE. It didn't manage to solve ANYTHING. Just like present day bourgeois economic nonsense comes to the conclusion that capitalism needs foreign adventures to continue functioning, that destroying China and degrading it's competing industries is the only way for Westoid capitalism to continue living, same was true 00 years ago, with retarded economists tryign and trying for decades until they realized that the only way capitalism can function is through imperialism, there's just no way such a system can fix itself


Yemeni armed forces targeted British tanker 'POLLUX'

Yemeni Armed Forces(YAF) spokesperson Brigadier General Yahya Saree announced in a brief statement today that the YAF targeted British oil tanker “POLLUX” in the Red Sea, directly hitting it with a large number of appropriate naval missiles.

Brigadier General Saree confirmed that these operations were in support of the Palestinian people and within the scope of response to the US-British aggression.

He further stressed that the YAF will continue to stop all forms of navigation heading to the ports of occupied Palestine in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea until the Israeli aggression stops and the siege on the Palestinian people in Gaza is lifted.

Saree emphasized that the Yemeni Armed Forces will not hesitate to implement and expand their military operations in defense of Yemen and in solidarity with Palestine.

Saree similarly announced in a brief statement two days ago that British ship “LYCAVITOS” was targeted while sailing in the Gulf of Aden and directly hit by appropriate naval missiles

Yemeni leader Sayyed Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said a few hours before Saree's announcement that the "forces of evil" are harnessing their capabilities and latest methods of killing, and supplying them to the Israeli occupation to kill Palestinians in Gaza

Sanaa has repeatedly confirmed that navigation in the Arabian Sea, the Red Sea, and Bab al-Mandab is guaranteed for all ships, except for Israeli ships and those heading to the occupation ports until the aggression against Gaza stops. Recently these attacks have also included US and British ships as a result of the US-British aggression against Yemen.

Israeli media: S&P and Fitch to downgrade 'Israel' in Moody's steps

The Israeli Walla! website confirmed that after Moody's lowered "Israel's" credit rating, it is expected that both rating companies S&P and Fitch would soon publish their decision on "Israel's" credit rating. It added that if the latter rating companies have not yet come to a decision, the events of this week give them the ultimate legitimacy for a downgrade.

The above-mentioned estimate are from an article published by Walla! today in which it criticized the hostile attack launched by the Israeli Minister of Finance Bezalel Smotrich, in response to Moody's credit rating of the occupation, in which he accused them of taking a political decision instead of an economic one.

Walla! further stressed that Moody's waited until after the budget plan was published following its first reading, which shows that their decision was economic and not political.

The Israeli website further stated that it had hoped that the Israeli Ministry of Finance, amid the budget's approval, would work on improvements as per Moody's recommendations like taking additional measures to reduce the deficit or encourage growth by implementing reforms in education and transportation, or cuts to some funds. However, the reality was quite the opposite as last week, the ministry had not only failed to apply the report’s recommendations but completely acted in contradiction.

Walla! noted that the Knesset sanctioned the Israeli Ministry of Finance for violating the occupation's Basic Law, as it submitted the budget for approval after its legal deadline, which in turn will divide some laws, and their discussion would have to be in several Knesset committees, risking their approval due to political motives.

The website further confirmed that all the important decisions the ministry is attempting to issue, which in its evaluation, are equivalent to a value of 5 billion shekels ($1.39 billion), will not be approved. This will prompt the ministry to look for alternative sources. If the latter are not found, the deficit will exceed the 6.6% predicted by the ministry itself, leading toward a double-digit deficit.

Walla! further stated that this reality is amid Netanyahu’s fear of taking strict measures that would put his government at risk, which further confirms that Moody’s was also right about the political connotations of the rating.

Earlier this week, Israeli media stated that the downgrade of "Israel's" credit rating by Moody's was not just another light blow to the Israeli economy, and that after the security failure, the repercussions of the economic failure are also becoming evident.

The economic affairs correspondent for the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, Gad Lior, said that lowering the credit rating could hit the Israeli economy like thunder on a clear day, and that for the first time in many years, it will cause a storm in the Israeli economy that they have not seen in years.

Moody's, the US ratings agency, decreased "Israel's" credit rating on February 9 due to the repercussions of its ongoing war on Gaza, downgrading it by one level from A1 to A2.

It stated that it made the downgrade after evaluating that "the ongoing military conflict with Hamas, its aftermath, and broader ramifications significantly increase the political risk for Israel, while also undermining its executive and legislative institutions as well as its fiscal strength, in the foreseeable future."

The rating agency also revised its outlook for "Israel's" debt to "negative" citing "the risk of escalation" with Hezbollah. It stated that the "risks of escalation of the conflict with Hezbollah still exist, increasing the possibility of a major negative impact on the Israeli economy".


Arab states 'increasingly restricting' US Iran attacks from their soil

Several Arab countries are reportedly “increasingly restricting” the United States and its allies from initiating attacks against Iran and Resistance groups in the West Asia region amid the Israeli genocide against Gaza.

Politico, cited an anonymous US official in a report on Wednesday, who revealed that several Arab countries, including the United Arab Emirates, put out restrictions on the use of their territories by the United States for the use of its many military bases to launch strikes against Iran and Resistance groups. However, Politico did not reveal exactly who these arab countries are.

The official stated, “Amid a rising civilian death toll in Gaza, several Arab countries, particularly those ‘attempting a detente with Iran,’ are ‘increasingly restricting’ the US and partners from conducting self-defense operations from their soil,” adding, “This includes limits on retaliatory strikes against attacks in Iraq, Syria, and the Red Sea."

The official explained that what is pushing the UAE toward taking such a step is that "they don’t want to appear like they’re against Iran and they don’t want to appear too close to the West and Israel for public opinion reasons,” Politico reported.

The US occupation forces and their allies have recently increased their attacks and strikes in the West Asia region in support of the Israeli occupation, which launched a war against Gaza on October 7, leaving an increasing death toll currently standing at more than 28,000 Palestinians martyred and more than 68,000 others injured.

The Resistance groups in the region have in response struck back against the US occupation bases, killing at least three soldiers and wounding dozens of others, as per the US admission.

Yemen has also stated repeatedly that it will not hesitate to protect its own people from American-British aggression and stand in solidarity with the Palestinians.

Iran reassured several times that it has no affiliated groups involved in what the US claims to be "proxies" in the region and that Resistance groups in West Asia are independently acting on their own accord with no orders from the Islamic Republic.

The United States, "Israel’s" biggest ally, has continuously provided "Israel" with a group of arms and ammunition since the initiation of the Gaza war and repeatedly vetoed UN Security Council resolutions that urged the occupation to cease its aggression.


Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades:
The operations carried out by the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades in the last 72 hours of the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood:
Our fighters engaged in fierce clashes with the enemy's soldiers and their machinery using machine guns and anti-tank shells in combat axes in the center of Khan Younis.
Seizing military equipment from the enemy army after our fighters clashed with a zionist force barricadef in a house west of the Khan Younis sector.
Our fighters, in collaboration with Saraya Al-Quds, bombarded the enemy army's command and control position in the center of Khan Younis with 120mm mortar shells.
Our fighters bombarded the enemy army's troops and machinery in the northern Gaza sector with 120mm mortar shells.
Our fighters engaged in fierce clashes with the zionist enemy forces at the advance fronts in the city of Khan Younis with various weapons and RPG shells.
Our fighters targeted a quadcopter drone, downed it and seized it in the Beit Hanoun axis.
Our fighters bombarded the enemy's soldiers and their machinery with regular 60mm mortar shells east of the Beit Hanoun axis.
We bombed the city of Asqalan and the "Zikim" site with a barrage of KN-103 rockets.


Surprised it took this long, honestly.


Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades:
The missions carried out by our fighters in the past hours:
Our fighters engaged in fierce clashes with the enemy’s soldiers and their machinery using machine guns and anti-tank shells in a combat axis in the center of Khan Younis.
Capturing military equipment from the enemy army after our fighters clashed with a fortified force in a house west of the Khan Younis sector.
Our fighters, in cooperation with Saraya Al-Quds, bombed a command and control position of the enemy army in the center of Khan Younis with 120mm mortar shells.
We bombarded the enemy army's gatherings and machinery in the North Gaza sector with 120mm mortar shells.
Our fighters engaged in fierce clashes with enemy forces at the advance axes in Khan Younis city with various weapons and RPG shells.
Our fighters were able to target a quadcopter drone and seized it in the Beit Hanoun axis.
Our fighters bombarded enemy soldiers' gatherings and their machinery with 60mm standard mortar shells east of the Beit Hanoun axis.
Our fighters bombarded the city of Asqalan and the “Zikim” site with a barrage of KN-103 rockets.
Our fighters, in cooperation with the National Resistance Brigades, were able to launch a barrage of rockets on the enemy’s supply line in the southern axis of Gaza City.


>palestinian homophobia



New vids


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Hezbollah operations 02/17/24:

13:00: targeting the “Branit” Barracks with a Falaq-1 missile, hitting it directly.
14:00: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, causing direct hits.
14:00: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, causing direct hits.
14:45: targeting a group of enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Al-Dhahira site with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
16:00: targeting the spy equipment in the Birkat Risha site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
16:40: targeting the Ramia site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.


I wish I lived in neocon land.


Vast majority of Israelis support new Lebanon invasion: poll - The New Arab, Feb 16, 2024

>Seventy-one percent of Israelis believe Israel should conduct a large-scale military operation against Lebanon to deter Hezbollah, a recent poll has shown.

>The survey was conducted by the Israeli Maariv newspaper amid worsening cross-border violence between the Israeli army and the powerful Iran-backed Hezbollah militant group.

>A growing number of Israelis, especially those who evacuated their homes in the north, have urged their government to take decisive action against Hezbollah and push them away from the frontier, even if that means a land invasion.


How about republican town?


Back to your containment thread


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Are neocons actually stupid? For the last 20 years the US has either ignored or even outright attacked the UN, the International Courts, the whole "rules based order" in general. They have a fucking protocol to invade Den Haag in case any US soldiers get judged for war crimes. Is it really that surprising then that the UN will gradually shift away from the US? This is the paradoxical nature of Laws, where only those standing above the Law are able to create said Laws (sovereign is he who decides the exception) but by being outside of the Law the ruler opened himself a room for rivals to topple him and judge him by the Law he himself created. Overidentification as subversion


>rules based order
yeah, amerikan politicians and such pretty much only ever refer to it as this. It is an underhanded way of distancing themselves from international law while still being on top.


would be much appreciated if somebody could tell me what is going on in the first video


You haven't really taken into account the fact that the technology on the side of the resistance has advanced significantly over the past 20 years or so, but yeah, it really seems there is in many ways a superiority on the side of the resistance.


you are a hysteric


>I hope this will be Gen Z's Iraq war moment.

it is
>he world is doing nothing
that is demonstrably false you hysteric


What's there to extrapolate? Capitalism cannot solve it's contradictions. New Deal worshipping is anti-Marxist, it's libs infiltrating the discourse with their retarded idea that capitalism can be saved and it's issues can be solved without getting rid of capitalism. It's scientifically inaccurate to say this shit, that capitalism got out of it's troubles via internal reserves; this is wrong both in theory and in practice


rofl explain what 'the world' is supposed to do when theyre miles or a whole continent away from this? and i mean something effective of course. at least some burgers have tried to sabotage munitions before theyre sent to israel for example


Pretty decent submedia.


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<reddit or twitter
Don't care. Faggot.


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it's over anons
there's an Israeli witchcraft practitioner online who just casted a spell on Hamas leaders, somebody should tell Hamas to start using protective crystals and evil-bashing symbols like the eye of Horus around their necks, or they might lose.


They ˹instead˺ followed the magic promoted by the devils during the reign of Solomon. Never did Solomon disbelieve, rather the devils disbelieved. They taught magic to the people, along with what had been revealed to the two angels, Hârût and Mârût, in Babylon. The two angels never taught anyone without saying, “We are only a test ˹for you˺, so do not abandon ˹your˺ faith.” Yet people learned ˹magic˺ that caused a rift ˹even˺ between husband and wife; although their magic could not harm anyone except by Allah’s Will. They learned what harmed them and did not benefit them—although they already knew that whoever buys into magic would have no share in the Hereafter. Miserable indeed was the price for which they sold their souls, if only they knew!


That poor Buddha, he doesn't deserve this, please repatriate him to that cave in Thailand


>a mad person who took all the ornaments (+ipad) from their house, sat in front of them and started gesticulating at a camera.
I wish Hezbollah would just get this over with and end this silly little neurotic fascist commune already.


I'm sure she or a relative brought that back from their post idf service 'gap year' doing drugs and trying to bully and fuck the locals in Pattaya and hes sat on a surface for a decade without a thought before it decided to do this ..thing.


what the fuck is with this music
it's so over the top but it makes the video so much better


Very grim


National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:
Our forces continue to confront the enemy's soldiers and machinery, bombarding their positions with mortars and rockets.
The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces continue their resistance and clashes with the enemy forces and machinery on the axes of combat in the Gaza Strip, inflicting heavy losses on them in personnel and equipment. They have been bombarding enemy positions and gatherings with mortars and rockets, hitting their targets. Here are the details:
Firstly: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces continue their clashes with enemy forces and machinery on the axes of combat in Khan Younis, using heavy machine guns, anti-tank, and anti-personnel shells, inflicting heavy losses on the enemy in both machinery and personnel.
Secondly: In collaboration with Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, the artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces targeted the enemy forces' supply lines in southern Gaza with 107mm caliber rockets, achieving their objectives and causing heavy losses among the enemy ranks.
Thirdly: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces bombarded "israeli" enemy gatherings on the advance axis in the town of Al-Qarara, using heavy mortar shells, which hit their targets.
Fourthly: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces targeted a gathering of occupation machinery at the "Kissufim" site with heavy mortar shells, accurately hitting their targets and inflicting heavy losses on the enemy.
The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media

In another victory for Palestine, the Water Transport Workers Federation of India decided to refuse to load or unload weapons heading to the zionist entity or to allies for genocide in Palestine.
The Federation, which represents 3,500 workers at 11 major Indian ports, made this decision in response to a call by Palestinian trade unions, joining trade unions in Belgium and elsewhere that are refusing to handle shipments to the zionist entity.
This decision highlights the growing global support for Palestine and resistance to zionism, coming just days after Indian company Adani manufactured and sold over 20 Elbit Systems Hermes 900 drones to the IOF. These drones were made in India after the zionist Elbit entered a joint venture with Indian Adani in 2018. It is worth noting that Adani also purchased the occupied Port of Haifa for over $1 billion last year. Such moves make India a complicit partner in the genocide of Palestinians.


A power outage has knocked out electricity in a large number of settlements from occupied Haifa to Asqalan, and reaching Safad and "Meron," according to zionist sources. A cyber attack is suspected to be the reason.


200+ unions launch network to push for Gaza ceasefire

On Friday, seven national and over 200 local labor unions in the United States announced the formation of a coalition aimed at advocating for a ceasefire to end the genocidal war in Gaza.

The American Postal Workers Union (APWU), the Association of Flight Attendants, the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, the National Education Association, National Nurses United (NNU), the United Auto Workers (UAW), and the United Electrical Workers (UE), along with 200 local unions and labor organizations, have joined forces to launch the National Labor Network for a ceasefire (NLNC), aiming to "end the death and devastation" in Gaza.

The coalition stresses that it represents over 9 million union workers, constituting "more than half the labor movement in the United States."

In a statement, the NLNC said that the coalition stresses that it represents over 9 million union workers, constituting "more than half the labor movement in the United States."

"Israel responded with an onslaught that has killed over 28,000 Palestinians and left over 67,000 others injured," while "1.7 million Palestinians have been displaced, and humanitarian aid remains mostly blocked from those in need," the coalition added.

The NLCN is calling for:

- An immediate ceasefire in Gaza.

- The restoration of human rights in Gaza.

- The immediate release of captives taken by Hamas.

- Full access to humanitarian aid.

- A call for a ceasefire by US President Joe Biden.

Leaders of the seven unions, the majority of which have already advocated for a ceasefire, emphasized the urgent need for peace.

"The UAW has a longstanding tradition of advocating for peace and justice for working-class individuals worldwide, and we continue to uphold that tradition today," stated UAW President Shawn Fain. "In this spirit, we demand an immediate halt to the US government's funding and backing of this brutal assault on Gaza."

Carl Rosen, UE's president, said, "The support for a ceasefire is overwhelming. We can't stand by in the face of this suffering. We cannot bomb our way to peace. We express our solidarity with all workers and our common desire for peace in Palestine and Israel."

APWU President Mark Dimondstein emphasized that "as a union committed to equality, social justice, human, and labor rights, we stand in solidarity with unions and individuals worldwide in urging for a cease-fire, for justice, and peace. The calls for humanity demand nothing less."

Bonnie Castillo, the NNU's executive director, vowed to protect and heal all people, considering it a "duty to speak up for every human being's right to a life free of violence," adding that a ceasefire must be implemented before more lives are lost.


<- The immediate release of captives taken by Hamas.
Keep seeing this demand. Hate it.


New vids


Just start babbling about how it's hamas' fault actually




>putting a curse on Hamas with Jewish sorcery
Israelis stop playing into antisemitic tropes challenge (impossible)



khamas is quiet these last days, we're only seeing other groups activities. What are they doing rn?


They regularly release statements (condemning zionist actions, repeating that they won't agree to any deal without ceasefire, etc), but since they've already said these things many times I don't post them. As for their military actions, I'm not sure why they don't publicize them as much as the other factions.

If you want to see their statements directly, try jeninqassam, spokesman_2020, qbrigades, or qassambrigades on telegram, or go to their website at alqassam.ps (english is en.alqassam.ps).


probably not the best idea to open up their website at work or anything like that btw


>merciless AI-driven murder machinery, committing genocide and flattening cities as they wish
>weirdass shithole with witchcraft and soldiers shitting themself under fire

How does one reconcile these two realities?


sorry if already posted but the IDF is building a new fortified road across Gaza, cutting it in two.
I wonder if it's the first stage for the reconstruction of Jewish settlements which the religious nationalists want?


It's not a road with a wall, it's a wall with a road.


The battle in Khan Yunis is almost over, the IDF rotated most reservist bataillons out of Gaza and the invasion of Rafah did not start yet, if ever. The intensity of clashes varies from time to time and maybe there was not much worthwile footage from the last few days because of that.


I hope we see some more US troops mauled


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>I wonder if it's the first stage for the reconstruction of Jewish settlements which the religious nationalists want?
That's exactly what it is.
They drove the population south, murdered whoever stayed and now they build a new wall to prevent them from ever returning to the northern half of Gaza.

Needless to say, there are no words, which can describe my hatred for Zionists.


Unbelievable, how can people justify this shit?


> grim
The amount of post-IDF yisraelis in the tourist cities of Thailand is grim.


I've been having hallucinations related to Palestine. The news media induced stress is getting to me.


They will do this again either directly at the border or between Rafah and Khan Yunis. The goal is to curb smuggling and neuter Hamas by cutting flow of arms and filtering all returnees.
I don't think it's an all-out land grab because that's the red line for the international community.
There are only two scenarios under which Hamas fully loses, all out genocide or withholding the material conditions of armed struggle.


log off


You say "scientifically", but can you substantiate that with numbers?


>Capitalism cannot solve it's contradictions.
dont underestimate capitalism anon


Why do we allow these fuckers to protest alongside us?


makes sense. Ty


Why do zionist vermin wear those stupid towels on the top of their helmets


>4 Nazis, alone, in a ridiculous town in the US
<hey fellow kids, nazis are protesting alongside us!
We see you Zionist scum


Go fuck yourself all the way back to your social media website you fat disgusting mental stunted burgoid fuck.


People have been saying Israel wants to cut Gaza in two to make way for a canal. No idea how solid that is.


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its camouflage so it doesn't look like a helmet from a distance



makes a lot of sense in theory, fucking up the silhouette of the body and head, but how effective is it really? if it worked especially well i would have expected other militaries to pick up on the practice by now


Never trust close up shots of protests.


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I was looking up other countries. apparently one of the other users is Ukraine lol


>i would have expected other militaries to pick up on the practice by now
Pretty sure they do variations of the concept.
I remember reading that American troops during their adventures in vietnam would take the wire out of their hats for the same reasons.


All militaries worth their salt use textile covers to stop the helmets from reflecting sunlight. Only Israel is underfunded enough and pretentious enough to use a "one size fits all" garbage bag.

I have never seen a picture of IDF soldiers (>3) and thought to myself, "This is an adequately funded, uniformed military with standard issue gear." There's always someone with a mismatch. No wonder their "MRE" is just a box of cans, and they eat assloads of tuna.


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Hezbollah operations 02/18/24:

14:00: targeting a gathering of enemy soldiers near Al-Baghdadi site with rocket weapons and achieving a direct hit.
14:45: targeting the positioning of enemy soldiers in the "Even Menachem" settlement with appropriate weapons and achieving direct hits and causing casualties among the soldiers.
14:45: targeting the positioning of enemy soldiers in the "Shoumera" settlement with appropriate weapons and achieving direct hits.
14:50: targeting the positioning of enemy soldiers at the Tayhat triangle with appropriate weapons.
15:15: targeting a building where enemy soldiers are positioned in the "Yir'on" settlement and achieving direct hits.
15:35: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with appropriate weapons.
15:45: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms for the second time with rocket weapons and hitting it directly.
15:50: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with a Burkan rocket and hitting it directly.
17:45: targeting a gathering of enemy soldiers in Ramim forest (Hounin) with appropriate weapons and achieving a direct hit.


The UKMTO provided an update regarding the ship that was attacked in the Red Sea earlier tonight, stating that the ship was damaged by a missile and that the crew has abandoned the ship.
While the Yemeni Armed Forces had planned to issue a statement, it was delayed until Monday morning "Due to the ongoing developments and updates in the military operations theater," according to the Yemeni Armed Forces.


>ship was damaged by a missile and that the crew has abandoned the ship
That's more than 100 Million dollars gone


>I have never seen a picture of IDF soldiers (>3) and thought to myself, "This is an adequately funded, uniformed military with standard issue gear."
Who needs fitting boots when you have …. Iron dome!


>The UKMTO provided an update regarding the ship that was attacked in the Red Sea earlier tonight, stating that the ship was damaged by a missile and that the crew has abandoned the ship.
Reminder this could have been avoided. At best they only had to not get involved.


glad someone finally said it



hoping this leads to a strike
same but they know that it is compulsory and that the ruling elite will fuck them extra hard if they don't, at least I hope that is the case


and it's even worse when you realize that any possible scenario where any israeli official is tried for crimes will also include consequences for hamas officials. one can only hope that bibi and co actually get charged with crimes against humanity


>I have never seen a picture of IDF soldiers (>3) and thought to myself, "This is an adequately funded, uniformed military with standard issue gear." There's always someone with a mismatch. No wonder their "MRE" is just a box of cans, and they eat assloads of tuna.
I read every day for the last four months how much of a garbage army the IDF is, yet they cut off Gaza city and building a road there seemingly without meaningful resistance, they just finished off Khan Yunis and the world begs them to leave hands off Rafah.
These battles are fought largely on terms of the IDF and just to be mildly here, Hamas messaging is rather at odds with reality.


That must be completely uncomfortable by scraping on your neck all the time and by adding unnecessary weight on your head.


we don't they're attention seeking trolls


>withholding the material conditions of armed struggle.
that is fundamentally impossible as long as even a single armed soldier is in any territory where hamas operates
the very idea of armed struggle is to be carried out with sticks and stones if needed untill proper weapons can be aquired and as we have seen the heroic mujahadeen are not afraid of death
if 50 hamas militants can overwhelm 1 idf soldier and kill him thats at least one weapon which will make aquiring more easier


IDF outnumbers IQB 10-to-1, minimum. And IQB are a light infantry militia. And IDF are fucking retreating. All they did was fuck on the civilians. Israel fucking lost, but doesn't have the balls to admit it.


Owen Jones was finally right about something.
He still manages to be annoying about it though.


He's been correct for the entire Gaza war though, just dogshit on ukraine


If some Hamas officials have to go to jail in exchange for a viable Palestinian state (no matter how big or small) it's probably worth it


Its not something you can use with significant plant cover in the area. It would get caught on every bush.


Oh yeah, no fuggin doubt. Say what you will about them, but they are courageous at the absolute least.


I don't really get how these little shells work. Do fins come out of them? They remind me more of artillery shells than rockets. And how they not spiral out of control without being launched from some sort of stand?


<One man with a gun can control 100 without one


They're 107 mm MLRS rockets being fired electrically without a launch system. They have a rocket motor and are stabilized by nozzles in the back. Maybe somewhat more inaccurate than firing them from a proper launch system, but it can still be effective


>if it worked especially well i would have expected other militaries to pick up on the practice by now
They do, although not with a single cover like that. Most armies just have a net on your helmet you can fill with scraps of fabric or local foliage.


Fair enough. I can't pay attention to him. He is an able writer and should go back to that. Instead he's a twitter addicts who more or less forgot how too make any argument but a moral one which also becomes immediately invalidated by his silly clickbait titles.


ayyyy thanks


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ye, it's like picrel usually


I just wanted to do some lame "Hamas is losing" concern trolling, but I just witnessed something that made me reconsider.
Two hardcore "Christians" in the bus were chatting how this is the end times with war in the Holy Land and one said how she wondered what God's revenge WILL LOOK LIKE on Gaza for attacking the holy covenant (Israel, smile on her face). Niguyghur bitch, I wanted to say something, but didn't do sadly (internet trolls are cowards irl).
What a bunch of vile creatures.
Have a troll-free day and fuck ziocucks of all denominations.


did she look stereotypically blonde and fat? i swear everytime a evangelicuck says something they're either fat or fake blonde, or both


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look guys, i know you hate twittershit, but seeing a swastika Hindu who loves Israel makes me laugh


Pajeets always has been their allies.


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houthis piracy update?


blackbeard pirates have reached egghead island and are about to confront luffy's crew


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>Pajeets always has been their allies.
Come in that's just factually untrue and you know it as well as I do.


Yemen sunk a ship?



Yemeni patriots have captured the Red, White and Black Seas, Russian fleet bows in respect and joins them in their crusade. Pentagon magicians are currently summoning the Antichrist 5 years ahead of schedule to deal with this challenge to democracy



please, dwarves do not know how to cast magic.


Ship was hit and has been abandoned, is at risk of sinking. (As I last checked idk some hours ago.)


Egypt collaborates with the Zionists.
How is that not political suicide for the Egyptian government? The public is highly supportive of the Palestinian struggle.


Fuck dude. Everyone should be out there raising hell; myself included. I am going to take a trip out to [major city] this weekend, I hope all of you are able to do the same.


American pupet government which rules through explicit violence.
Probably the justification that will be given is that its a consideration to lessen potential humanitarian catastrophe in Egyptian borders, Israel does force them over the border as opposed to simply watching people die without shelter or infrastructure.


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>I am going to take a trip out to [major city] this weekend, I hope all of you are able to do the same.
Good luck. Meet people involved, offer yourself to help, it will probably be good for you personally to get involved further than just marching and going home, as well as for the campaign. But if not just tak to people like minded and who are following the situation and trying to act and so on.


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>Everyone should be out there raising hell; myself included.
Do it literally. Peacefully protesting for months did nothing. Zionazis genocide and gloat every opportunity they get on (a)social media. Hit them where it hurts!


Fake news. He only recalled the Brazilian ambassador to Israel.
t. Brazilian.


Dangerously based. Juan Guaido could be the next legitimate Brazilian president


You guys following the Lula situation? Dude went all in and compared the Gaza war to the Holocaust, now Israel recalled their ambassador from Brazil and banned the president from entering the country.


I hope Netanyahu dies painfully


This comes after lula compared the situation to the holocaust, git banned from Israel and held meetings with Mohammad Shtayyeh and others at that thing on the weekend.


That's what I read too.


Sisi basically threatened his populace that if they try shit they'll end up like Somalia or Libya.


Egyptians are retarded dictator worshippers. They'll do what Sisi tells them. He's great at manipulating the public like a Brazilian dictator. I hope he ends up like big chin.


>Egyptians are retarded dictator worshippers.
Who isn't nowadays? We live in the age of darkest reaction, where proles only opt to double down on licking the bourgeois boot, which kicks them deeper into poverty and exploitation.


>Egyptians are retarded dictator worshippers
Yea it could have nothing to do with the coup against a popular government.
Nothing to so with the prospect of getting disappeared.


Thank you comrade. I was thinking that, and I am bringing a lady I met recently who is also interested in the cause. I went to the 2020 demos but didn't really get involved beyond that, but this time I am in a better position to.
Right on comrade, I'm gonna do you proud B)


Just don't do anything reckless that could get you v&.


Have you been to Egypt? The average idiot in the street worships Sisi. Why? Because he's a strongman and people in the Middle East are fickle as fuck. Why did Ennahda die in Tunisia? Because many people in Arab countries like militarist strongmen because they have no memory of democratic governance and scum like Nasser are made into national heroes. Its like Machiavelli said. People are fickle creatures.


Hahah… hah… Yeah, I have some experience with that (through no fault of my own). I agree.

This moment is crucial, and 2020 didn't lead to anything. We need to be organized in lockstep, eyes on the prize, and careful not to stick our necks out if it is not going to be productive.


>Do it literally. Peacefully protesting for months did nothing.
I know it's nit what you want bit the NVDA is heating up.
Locale to where I am the police kinda fucked up because they have very much let us police ourselves after a month or so and are now not very equipped to deal with it.


Lately I have been putting a lot of thought into the various legal and legitimate options that we have at our disposal. Rioting and looting has its place, but our aims are bigger than that. I think workplace organizing is probably the biggest thing to worry about right now, along with things like payment strikes, civil disobedience, etc etc.

They have already proven that they are willing to drag even the president of harvard for not sufficiently condemning Hamas, so why would innocent protesters fare any better?

If you are already deep in the sauce, you are probably already in the crosshairs too, and one wrong move could fuck you and your comrades. Whether it is age or study, I have come to the conclusion that the left needs some serious discipline if we want to make things happen (and not in a larpy way).


To add, I know that those solutions aren't the most 'militant,' but if you are in the imperial core like me, then you are already severely restricted in what you are able to accomplish and how.

Personally, as long as one less Palestinian kid dies, then I am good. I suppose what I am saying is that we are at a crucial historical moment, and we can not afford to fumble it.


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>Locale to where I am the police kinda fucked up because they have very much let us police ourselves after a month or so and are now not very equipped to deal with it.
dumb pigs, nice. we have intellect to our advantage, which is something we need to lean into. A lot of people don't realize how stupid cops really are.


IOF says they will launch full scale assault of Rafah on Ramadan while banning prayers in Jerusalem.


They are actually just trying to start a regional war at this point.


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They know that they are in too deep, and whether it is true or not, they feel their existence is threatened. They are also using it as an opportunity to do what they have always done.

They are paper tigers, and we will outlive them, and they will be brushed into the dustbin of history.


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>5 years ago
>weev clone asks me
>do you blame me?


Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The Almighty says: "O you who have believed, if you support Allah, He will support you and plant firmly your feet."
This is the Truth of Allah, the Almighty.
In support of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, who are facing aggression and siege up to this moment, and as part of the response to the American-British aggression on our country:
The Naval Forces in the Yemeni Armed Forces, with the help of Allah Almighty, carried out a special military operation targeting a British ship in the Gulf of Aden "RUBYMAR" with a number of appropriate naval missiles. The operation resulted in:
A severe hit to the ship, causing it to completely halt.
Due to the large damages the ship has sustained, it is now at risk of sinking in the Gulf of Aden.
During the operation, care was taken to ensure the safe evacuation of the ship's crew.
In Al-Hodeidah, the Yemeni Air Defense Forces, with the help of Allah Almighty, managed to down an American drone (MQ9) with an appropriate missile while it was on a hostile mission against our country for the benefit of the zionist entity.
The Yemeni Armed Forces will not hesitate to take more military actions and conduct more special operations against all hostile targets in defense of beloved Yemen and in confirmation of the position of support for the Palestinian people.
The operations of the Yemeni Armed Forces in the Red and Arabian Seas will not stop until the aggression ceases and the siege on the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best Disposer of affairs, the best Master and the best Helper.
Long live Yemen, free, dignified, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and to all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 9 Sha'ban 1445 Hijri
Corresponding to February 19, 2024
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces


Oh hey it's Lowkey. I've been watching this video. What is going on with his eyes? Bro needs to sleep.


National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:

During the Al-Aqsa Flood Battle, our fighters carried out more than 400 military operations, including:
100 direct clashes with occupation army soldiers and their vehicles on all axes of advancement, resulting in deaths and injuries among the enemy ranks, and the seizing of some military equipment.
Our fighters targeted 25 vehicles and gatherings of the occupation army with RPG shells and anti-tank tandem shells.
The fighters of the sniper unit executed 5 sniper operations against occupation army soldiers.
We bombarded zionist settlements with over 110 rocket barrages.
Our forces shelled occupation army gatherings and positions with heavy caliber mortar shells, totaling over 160 bombardments.
Our fighters shot down drones and reconnaissance aircraft belonging to the occupation army.
During the battle, 37 of our fighters were martyred, including some on October 7th within our occupied lands, while others were assassinated by the “israeli” air force. Several of our fighters were also captured during the battle, along with others who went missing during ground incursions on all combat fronts.
Commander Abu Khaled, the spokesperson of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces, emphasized that the fighters and martyrs of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces, alongside the rest of the brave Palestinian resistance forces, will continue their combat operations with various weapons until the enemy acknowledges the failure of its attack and invasion of the Strip, and submits to the will of our people in their legendary heroic steadfastness.

The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media


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Hezbollah operations 02/19/24:

15:45: targeting the Birkat Risha site with appropriate weapons and hitting it directly.
16:15: targeting the Ramta site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons and hitting it directly.
16:25: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons and hitting it directly.


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What is happening in Jenin camp at this moment?
A special IOF force stormed Jenin camp about two hours ago. Resistance fighters discovered the force and trapped it in an ambush, leaving a number of seriously wounded IOF soldiers.
A number of subsequent ambushes of zionist forces took place, where explosives were detonated against IOF vehicles on Al-Nasira and Al-Hamama streets, resulting in further IOF injuries.
Due to the heavy losses, the IOF carried out at least two drone strikes on a home that was being besieged by the occupation forces in the camp, where intense armed clashes took place. The resistance fighters trapped in the home managed to escape without harm, but several Palestinians are wounded.
IOF reinforcements continue to pour into the city and its camp, and armed clashes are ongoing on several axes.


Hezbollah operations 02/20/24

10:00: targeting a gathering of enemy “israeli” soldiers in the vicinity of the “Ramim” barracks with rocket weapons and achieved a direct hit.
14:00: targeting Al-Marj site with appropriate weapons, achieving direct hits.
14:10: targeting the deployment of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the “Ramim” barracks with rocket weapons.
15:30: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons.
15:32: targeting the Ruwaisat Al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons.
16:15: targeting the “Ramim” barracks with a Burkan missile and achieving a direct hit.


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