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Al-Jazeera: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/liveblog/2024/6/6/israels-war-on-gaza-live-relentless-israeli-strikes-kill-102-palestinians

Middle East Eye: https://www.middleeasteye.net/israel-palestine-hamas-war-gaza-live-invasion

The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/world/palestinian-territories

Times of Israel: https://www.timesofisrael.com/topic/liveblog/ (trigger warning)

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🗣️ RECOMMENDED SITES ✍️

https://electronicintifada.net
From the UK, single issue long time Palestinian investigative and general reporting, critical source

https://mondoweiss.net/
From the USA

https://new.thecradle.co/
Regional news from an anti-imperialist perspective

https://www.btselem.org/Isrsaeli
Premier Human Rights org

https://www.972mag.com/
Left news and opinion webzine from Tel-Aviv

https://decolonizepalestine.com/
A collection of resources for organizers and anyone who wants to learn more about Palestine

https://www.normanfinkelstein.com/blogs/
Known anti-zionist academic Norman Finkelstein's blog

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al-Qassam Brigades
https://en.alqassam.ps/

PFLP
http://pflp.ps/

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(USA)
https://www.answercoalition.org/join_a_protest_near_you_free_palestine
(UK+USA)
https://www.palestineaction.org/

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>>1872997
>we'll all be Hasidim before long

so not joining the army or working? ok cool

 

Total Zionazi death!

 

Question:

How long will it take Gaza to rebuild?

Also, is it possible for the Palestinian resistance to keep this war going on long enough so that Isn'treal gets drained of money and resources?

 

>>1872998
Chabad and Breslov are heavily Zionist.

 

>>1872998
Look up who Rav Avraham Kook was. Founder of religious Zionism.

Interestingly enough, Rav Kook was heavily, HEAVILY influenced by Hegel. Really makes you think.

 

>>1872998
>so not joining the army or working? ok cool
This is the argument i use to people when they call me anti-semetic irl; actually i too like covering my hair i don't like to cut, wearing black, not working and only reading books, so get fucked.

 

>>1873009
Depends on how many countries would be willing to help the the palestinean government.

 

>implying genocide is inherent to jews
And the most antisemitic country award 2024 goes to… the same winner since 1948

 

>>1873011
Hegel influenced everyone, you brainlet

 

>>1873009
>How long will it take Gaza to rebuild?

years

>is it possible for the Palestinian resistance to keep this war going on long enough so that Isn'treal gets drained of money and resources


yeah obviously thats the point of the islamic resistance
once it becomes impossible to find drafties willing to go to gaza and the west bank because five to ten guys die each day its impossible to keep up the occupation

 

>>1873033
>Hegel influenced everyone, you brainlet

you taking a shit is influenced by hegel you imbecile
eating food fundamentaly is a changing experience and thus undergoing that exeperience the body must now expell the material that it has changed in the form of shit aswell as take in material it has absorbed to shift and change the human body

 

>>1873009
About a decade at least.

 

I don't know how you rebuild after the Israelis have killed every Palestinian with more than a highschool diploma, destroyed every university, every library, every hospital, killed all the professors and the journalists.

 


 

On the demo today and a passer by said 'Hamas are Terrorists', I got up to his face and shouted YOUR MUMS A TERRORIST at him until he left.
This Is what praxis anons. 😎

 

>>1872997
>Kim
Frankly, that fucking name has to go. It can only be a legitimate Korean, Cantonese and Vietnamese surname. Other than that, it should be banned worldwide.

 

>>1873080
>Build Back Better 2.0

>>1873181
Based. My heartfelt congratulations, anon.

 

>>1873194
Corollary: the more we ignore them and call them white, the less important their ontological assertion becomes

 

The genocide apologia and gaslighting everywhere 24/7, the absolutely vile anti-arab racism and anti-muslim bigotry by polite supposedly anti-fascist liberals. The dishonest framing of Israel as the victim and the Palestinians as oppressors. The insistance that despite all the atrocities, the west and its allies are still the ones defending human rights across the planet.

All of it is so exhausting. The anger and hatred is accumulating in my soul, making it difficult to function as a normal person anymore.

 

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>>1873225
Stop hate-reading whatever publications or social media niches you are reading.
You're literally outrage baiting yourself.

 

>>1873227
Subianto is an expert in genocide, having been involved in one as a military officer. Now, what does what he said mean? Does he want to send Indonesian troops to Gaza to help with the genocide of the Palestinians or does he want to genocide back the Zionists?

 

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>>1873261
Climate change can't destroy the Pacific island neolib utopias soon enough.

 

let's say you were a burger, you wanted to help the palestinians the only way you know how, consumerism, what palestinian companies should i pay tributes to?

 

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>>1873270
>only way they know how
Burgers know about boycotts, and also divestment and sanctions.

 

>>1873010
yeah it doesn't matter what they ideologically are if they're unwilling to pick up a gun. the best zionists are unironically the freeloading religoids who try to exempt themselves from working and fighting. They are sapping israel of its settler colonial strength while the seculoids do all the heavy lifting for them. That's why shit like vid related happens.

 

>>1873033
Hegel's only "influence" on everyone was the reification of the state and his woowoo spirit crap which non-defective people reject after the age of 17.

 

>>1873277
Antiwork is praxis

 

>>1873279
Literally anarchists: >>1873014

 

>>1873279
only in a bourgeois/colonialist context. In a socialist context it's reactionary. Antiwork is fundamentally sabotage of the social structure, so if you're against working under socialism/communism you're sabotaging socialism/communism. Hence the meme related.

 

>>1873283
>only in a bourgeois/colonialist context
That thought came to mind just after I posted, thanks for adding it.
>Antiwork is fundamentally sabotage of the social structure
Only if you accept Smith's theory of moral sentiments; those who think "socialism is when managers" will disagree according to their private interest in a superior social station and their enjoyment of social surplus as a social stratum. The arrogance and audacity so pervasive among the American middle class would be retained, and I don't think that's necessary or desirable without a means to decondition that class from it.
>so if you're against working under socialism/communism
Well, their situation is not our situation and it is probably a mistake to try to reproduce them in America according to the eternal eurocom grindset. The West has already had its managerial revolution, whose prescriptions the Bolsheviks followed closely; to reenact such a revolution en rouge in the West, just because it didn't complete a checklist from 100 years ago, would only make for a very unfunny farce and grotesque excess. As far as I'm concerned, you're either abolishing the proletarian condition, necessarily including the Anglo system of work, or you're holding up historical motion for reasons which ought to be investigated.

Y'all keep wanting people to be seduced by your grand narratives and ignore that your intercourse for the past 100 years is largely analogous to you using women as masturbation tools.

 


 

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>>1873302
>managers
I wasn't talking about managers. But while we're on the subject Marx called management "labor of superintendence" especially in Theories of Surplus Value. He was fond of pointing out that the early bourgeois political economists like Smith would always justify that capitalist's theft of surplus value by pointing out that they performed the "labor" of management. Well under a more developed capitalism, Capitalists are simply shareholders who delegate the task of management, and even the task of hiring managers, to the "labor aristocrats" or "professional managers", who do not own means of production, though they receive a higher wage than the average. So I think the issue here is not the existence of management itself, but, as you said…
> their private interest in a superior social station and their enjoyment of social surplus as a social stratum
Management is necessary but can be done collectively by the working class, as cooperatives have shown. (not to fetishize worker-owned cooperatives as sufficiently revolutionary, they aren't)
>Y'all keep wanting people to be seduced by your grand narratives and ignore that your intercourse for the past 100 years is largely analogous to you using women as masturbation tools.
Pardon?

 

>>1873033
And in how many cases was Hegel’s influence genocidal?

 

>>1873308
Wow… your thoughts are pretty much where mine are.
>Pardon?
I retract that last greentext, sorry anon. All the patsocs and right-Hegelians around here have made me far less generous than I probably ought to be.

 

>>1873227
>>1873261
Modern Indonesia is to this very day a product of book related

 

>>1873009
>How long will it take Gaza to rebuild?
/schizo
It'll be fast as fuck once NATO makes it some sort of official protectorate. The USA are angling to get a toothless UN recognition of the full statehood of Palestine, while muscling out the UNRWA and generally remaining in control, making sure they are the new occupying force and all that, once again championing a two state solution to the Zionist issue. What we are watching is the transition from anachronistic settler colonial enforcement, which Israel can no longer do effectively, because they are a bunch of self-absorbed fanatical settlers running on supremacist delusion, into more modern imperialism and hopefully competent administrators less likely to let Zionists go the way of Afrikaner nationalists.

So once the details are smoothed and a ceasefire reached, they are making a big sale of their settler colony Israel, and *everyone* is gonna want to purchase a stake.

 

>>1873225
>>1873237
most people dont even believe this bs anymore

 

>>1873227
>>1873261
hamas said no foreign troop allowed

 

>>1873344
This. The only reason why gardeners are moving on this at all is because they have to. This applies to other topics as well, never forget that.

 

>>1873237
I see it seeping in everywhere. Like on places like community subreddits which seem flooded with posters locked and loaded with this kind of apologia. But at this point they are just saying unbelievably bizarre things like Palestinians are actually doing a genocide against Jews. They’re entirely lost to delusion to a degree beyond anything that can be reckoned with and they are committed to an impossible objective (extermination of Palestine) that will only see the end of Zionist Israel.

 

>>1873401
>I see it seeping in everywhere. Like on places like community subreddits
<nooo i use the spook website and now i am mad.
Well you know reddit glows brighter than the sun.
I reiterate, stop outrage-baiting yourself.

 

So, i was not seeing the news for a couple of months.
How did the pro palestine protests go? Did they achieve anything? Is people more aware of the crimes and genocide of the Israel state?

 

>>1873071
I think people commenting on Hegel (world historical seminal intellectual) should look at a fucking timeline of history and see when he was fucking alive and born.

 

>>1873404
>How did the pro palestine protests go?
The students caused very many universities to divest or enter talks for divestment and de-cooperation through the campus protest encampments.

 

>>1873404
.Just don’t look at Facebook or Reddit or anything even if you’re just looking at local community groups. It’s outrage bait!

The point is that you aren’t looking for Zionist propaganda. They’re completely flooding the zone and showing up everywhere, but they are notably far more pissed, childish, violent and explicitly genocidal. Is it convincing people? I have no idea. But the arguments they deploy are no longer obfuscating their objective or pretending like they want peace and the Arabs are making it so hard. They are saying either we kill of them or they kill all of us. Choose!

 

>>1873401
Is not only Reddit, "FBI.GOV" (Discurd) is also filled with "both sides", "Hamas is the problem, Israel is fighting the savage arabs ", "Israel is doing everything they can to be as humane as possible" guys.
Is impressive the amount of retardation you can see online. Good thing can view this website and don't care for any other shitty website or plataform like Twitter or Reddit.

 

>>1873317
Fukken saved. Thanks, anon. You got me something solid to read in the next few days. For some reason, Indonesia comes up quite often on my radar, but I have never done any serious reading on it.

>>1873347
By the way, we know if this Poopianto guy said that for real or is it some kind of joke/fake twitter account? I've never heard this "Globe Eye News" before.

 

I aint gonna lie bros the gaza pier is just about the saddest thing ive ever seen our military do.
>plays the star wars imperial march as they roll it out
>it's a wooden pier, not concrete and stainless steel or whatever material they build piers with these days
>massively sucks, has already been broken and beached ashore
>with taxpayer money
And the worst part is that the army corps of engineers exists and has built far better shit in the past. The military needs to start laying brick and digging trenches instead of doing jumping jacks and pushups for exercise so maybe they can get better acquainted with construction work.

 

>>1873410
>another fed site where moderation can censor opposing views
anon pls
go outside and talk to real people

 

>>1873418
I will let you know that Reddit (FBI gov 1) and Discurd (FBI gov 2) are made from people all over the world, dedicated to make handful opinions and intelligent highlights. They are open for diversity and are place to a variety of different opinions. The discussions made on those plattaforms are priceless, a testimony to humanities cappablities of comprehension and wisdom.

 

>>1873283
Antiwork makes sense if you're aiming for a society where everything is automated and no soul has to work anymore, allowing everyone to do what they want to focus on.

 

>>1873421
>Antiwork makes sense if you're aiming for a society where everything is automated and no soul has to work anymore, allowing everyone to do what they want to focus on.
No. Anti-Work only really makes sense in the societies we exist in.

 

>>1873425
Anti-work really is the idea that we should want to get rid of work (i.e. necessary labor). That's not the refusal to do work, because by doing work you can help abolish necessary labor by automating things. The ultimate end goal is for all labor to be voluntary and not really distinguishable from leisure.
<In a higher phase of communist society, after the enslaving subordination of the individual to the division of labor, and therewith also the antithesis between mental and physical labor, has vanished; after labor has become not only a means of life but life's prime want; after the productive forces have also increased with the all-around development of the individual, and all the springs of co-operative wealth flow more abundantly – only then can the narrow horizon of bourgeois right be crossed in its entirety and society inscribe on its banners: From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs!
<Gothakritik

 

<Gaza War Sit Rep Day 238: Why Biden's Ceasefire Proposal Won't Happen

 

>>1873428
We-re absurdly far away from 'end-goals', who cares?
What does matter is the actual here and now and that is the space in which people are attracted to anti-work, it has little to do with your utopianism.

 

>>1873431
>utopian
>literally one of the most famous Marx quotes
lol ok
>What does matter is the actual here and now and that is the space in which people are attracted to anti-work
Yeah and most workers understand that economic development should lead to fewer necessary working hours instead of more.
>We-re absurdly far away from 'end-goals'
The more people make excuses for workerism the farther we get.

 

>>1873408
I recommend you screencap it all before they have a 'change of heart'. Remember when they stepped too far with that Irish MP or whatever and had a sudden conversion arc before deleting all their posts?

>>1873431
We are not there yet, obviously, but how do you estimate that distance as "absurdly"?

 

Actionists in Türkiye refuse to allow their country to supply the genocidal zionist entity with oil, protesting in front of the Azerbaijani oil company SOCAR. "The resistance has arrived" (Direnis geldik) is written next to the iconic red triangle next to the company's logo.
"We learned from the Palestinian resistance! We are carrying out the order of resistance! Let SOCAR, which supplies the genocidal regime's fuel needs, know well that we will not stop until this shipment is ended."
"We have come to hold SOCAR accountable on behalf of the Palestinian people, for providing fuel to the jets that bombed Rafah! We said we would bring the voice of the intifada to these lands, and we have kept our promise."
"The pipeline carrying oil to the zionists from our lands is operated by BOTAŞ, which is under the Erdoğan-managed Wealth Fund. We are calling on Erdoğan: You have the power to impose sanctions to stop this bloody trade. Stop the rhetoric, halt the oil shipments immediately, and stop making Türkiye complicit in genocide."
"While there is genocide in Gaza, there will be no peace for the collaborating capitalists in Türkiye! We, the youth, will not allow zionism to be nourished from these lands! We will continue the intifada."
The activists say that they will not stop, and they will not allow even a single drop of oil to go from Türkiye to the zionist entity. They note that 60% of the zionist entity's oil is provided by Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, while Türkiye transports it on ships from Adana, fueling the warplanes that bomb Gaza while Türkiye earns 80 cents per barrel.
"We are calling from in front of SOCAR: We urge everyone who sincerely stands with the Palestinian people to oppose this bloody trade. Close the valves, stop transporting oil, and do not be complicit in genocide!"

The UKMTO received a report on an attack, 48 nautical miles southwest of Al-Hodeidah, Yemen.

Earlier today, the treacherous Palestinian Authority has abducted Suleiman Bani Odeh from Tammoun, Tubas.
This comes after the Security Forces abducted two wanted resistance fighters in the city last night.

Palestinian Telecommunications Company (PalTel):
Our dear people in the beloved Gaza Strip,
We are pleased to announce the restoration of fixed internet services in Gaza City and the northern part of the Strip to their previous state before the continuous aggression caused the disruption.
May Allah protect you and our homeland.

 

Massive crowds of settlers have taken to the streets of "Tel Aviv" to demand an end to the war and a prisoner exchange deal with the resistance.
This comes after a series of videos released by the Al-Qassam Brigades and Saraya Al-Quds in the last two days of zionist captives in Gaza, either dead or demanding an exchange deal and end to the war.

Zionist ministers Itamar Ben-Gvir and Bezalel Smotrich, members of Benjamin Netanyahu's governing coalition, have threatened to leave and "dismantle" the war government if the proposed ceasefire deal is approved, considering it "a victory for Hamas and the Palestinian factions." Netanyahu allied with these far-right extremists to maintain power, and with looming threats of Gantz, Ben-Gvir, and Smotrich's parties leaving the governing coalition, it appears that Netanyahu doesn't have much time left to close a deal.
Families of zionist captives in Gaza, which have constituted a prominent anti-Netanyahu bloc, also threw their support behind the deal, attacking the zionist prime minister's stubbornness to complete a prisoner exchange deal with the resistance.
As Netanyahu faces his demise, he plans to hold a war cabinet session to discuss the warrants for his arrest by the ICC tomorrow.
The three-staged deal, if carried out, guarantees a permanent ceasefire, complete IOF withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, the release of all those arrested in the Gaza Strip, a prisoner exchange deal, and guaranteed reconstruction of the Gaza Strip.

In his annual speech to Congress, Chilean President Gabriel Boric announced his country's intention to intervene in the South African genocide case in the International Court of Justice against the zionist entity.
Chile joins Nicaragua, Colombia, Libya, Maldives, Egypt, Ireland, Belgium, and Türkiye as countries that intend to or have formally intervened in the case in favor of South Africa.

Zionist settlers have gathered in Nablus under the protection of the IOF to attack residents.
Settlers have closed the Awarta, Beit Furik, and Deir Sharaf checkpoints around the city and are attacking vehicles.
This vengeful response comes after the Awarta crossing operation that killed two IOF soldiers, following a call by the mother of the killed IOF soldier to besiege the city until the executor of the operation is found.

 

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful,
The Almighty said: "And Allah will surely support those who support Him. Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Exalted in Might."
This is the truth of Allah Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people and in response to the crimes of the zionist enemy against the displaced people in the Rafah area of the Gaza Strip, and as part of expanding military operations in the fourth phase of escalation, and in response to the American and British aggression against our country,
The Yemeni Armed Forces, by the grace of Allah, carried out six military operations as follows:
The first operation targeted the American aircraft carrier "Eisenhower" north of the Red Sea with several missiles and drones. This is the second attack on the carrier within 24 hours.
The second operation targeted an American destroyer in the Red Sea, hitting it directly with several drones.
The other four operations targeted ships belonging to companies that violated the decision to ban entry to the ports of occupied Palestine, including the ship (MAINA), which was targeted in two operations in the Red Sea and the Arabian Sea.
The third operation targeted the ship (ALORAIQ) in the Indian Ocean.
The fourth operation targeted the ship (ABLIANI) in the Red Sea.
The operations successfully achieved their objectives, with precise and direct hits, by the grace of Allah.
The Yemeni Armed Forces will continue to carry out their military operations in support of and in solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian people and in resistance to the American and British aggression against our country, which supports the "israeli" zionist enemy in continuing its crimes and aggression against the Palestinian people. The support operations will not cease until the aggression stops and the siege on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs. He is the best protector and the best helper.
Long live Yemen, free, honorable, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 24th of Dhu al-Qi'dah 1445 AH
Corresponding to June 1, 2024

Senior Hamas leader Osama Hamdan to Al-Jazeera:
The effort exerted by our brother mediators in Egypt and Qatar aimed to achieve a ceasefire, end the "israeli" aggression on Gaza, and withdraw the forces. We had a clear position and responded positively to these efforts and mediation. We accepted the final proposal presented by the mediators, which had American approval.
The American side failed to oblige the "israeli" side and convince them to agree to the paper, leading to the collapse of all these efforts that were built.
Today, Biden announced ideas that we viewed positively. We said these ideas are not enough; we need a complete agreement because the details from the "israeli" side have always been a source of constant crisis, whether in the ceasefire and the "israeli" desire for it not to be permanent, or in the withdrawal and the "israeli" attempt to remain in specific locations in Gaza, or even in the [prisoner] exchange process.
The statement and the call from the American president to reach an agreement is positive, but agreements cannot be achieved through mere hopes. We need clear texts that achieve what we want and what we have said, and that the "israeli" accept openly and explicitly, not in an evasive manner, or in a way that allows them to evade any commitment.
Principles alone are not enough to reach an agreement. They are a roadmap, but not the picture we can agree upon. We want a complete ceasefire; this was proposed by President Biden, but how? What is the timing and mechanism?
We want a complete withdrawal from Gaza. This must be specified within clearly defined steps. We also want comprehensive shelter and relief for Gaza, reconstruction, and an end to the siege. We want a fair exchange deal. All these details must be agreed upon.
I expected President Biden to adopt the paper that was presented to Hamas at the beginning of last May as a paper from the mediators, which was approved by his mediator in the negotiation, CIA Director William Burns.
The statement reflects a serious attempt by the mediators to reach an agreement. We need to see precisely what is being proposed and what the "israeli" position truly is.
We have not received anything specific yet, and we are not about to return to square one for negotiations. There is a proposal presented to the mediators. I believe the statement can be a prelude to re-presenting the same proposal to the "israeli" side, and that the "israelis" will accept it.
There is no initiative; President Biden spoke about ideas. General ideas do not mean reaching an understanding. It is a general framework, and many details have been discussed over the past four months.
The talk about the mediators' desire to reach an agreement is good and acceptable. Hamas did not hesitate and made the decision when it agreed to the paper presented by the mediators. The role now is for the mediators to pressure the "israeli" side to accept the same proposal, which I believe achieved what President Biden proposed in principles.
Hamas announced its acceptance of what the mediators presented, and "israel" did not agree. They announced their rejection. The side that has been intransigent over the past months is the "israeli" side, which met Hamas's acceptance and the mediators' efforts with an invasion of Rafah and the occupation of the Philadelphia Route and Rafah Crossing.
The "israeli" side needs to explicitly and clearly announce its commitment to reaching an agreement that achieves a comprehensive ceasefire, a complete withdrawal from Gaza, unrestricted entry of relief for sheltering and aiding the displaced, reconstruction of Gaza, lifting the siege, and achieving a fair prisoner exchange deal.
What Netanyahu wrote on X confirms that the intransigence is "israeli," and that the efforts of the intermediaries were always thwarted by the "israeli" side. We are not insisting on conditions but on a proposal presented by the mediators, and we accepted it.
I believe the pressure should be directed towards the "israeli" side, which has thwarted all efforts so far. President Biden's statements have so far been met with "israeli" rejection.
The Palestinian resistance remains committed to its stance. It made the decision, while Netanyahu continues to obstruct all efforts, refuses to accept the ceasefire, and disrupts them.

 

The air defenses of Hezbollah shot down an IOF drone by a surface-to-air missile in the airspace of southern Lebanon.

The IOF admits that the drone shot down by Hezbollah over the skies of southern Lebanon is indeed a Hermes 900 which the IOF had been relying on to avoid constant exposure to resistance missiles.
This is the sixth drone shot by Hezbollah air defenses after four IOF drones of the Hermes 450 type and one Hermes 900 were downed so far.
The Hermes 900 drone costs $6 million and is manufactured by Elbit Systems.

Confrontations between zionist police and settlers have broken out as settlers continue their massive demonstration in "Tel Aviv" to demand a prisoner exchange deal with the resistance.
The zionist police have arrested a number of settlers, and the families of zionist prisoners held in Gaza threatened to reach Netanyahu's home.

After gangs of settlers and occupation forces closed Awarta, Beit Furik, and along with several other checkpoints around Nablus, the settlers have begun their attacks on the city as olive trees and agricultural lands are being set on fire.

 

>>1873463
>Confrontations between zionist police and settlers have broken out as settlers continue their massive demonstration in "Tel Aviv" to demand a prisoner exchange deal with the resistance.
these "confrontations" are always supertame compared to the zionist response to palestinians protests even before oct 7

 

20K Israeli soldiers injured, 8,298 disabled since October 7: Reports

Israeli Channel 12 revealed that 20,000 occupation soldiers have been injured in Gaza since October 7, with 8,298 being classified as disabled, coining the data as a "peak number".

While Israeli media and official hospital records have been revealing a large number of injuries in Israeli ranks, the occupation military has been attempting to conceal its losses as part of its censorship policy by not admitting the actual number of losses.

As the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood continues for the 239th day, the total death and injury toll among Israeli soldiers continues increasing, specifically as 14 occupation soldiers were wounded over the past 24 hours during confrontations in Gaza.

Under the "permit to publish" clause, the occupation military revealed that 3,657 Israeli soldiers have been wounded since October 7, 1,843 of whom sustained injuries since the ground invasion of Gaza.

'Israel' agreed to negotiate 3-phase exchange deal: Israeli Media

Israeli KAN 11 channel reported on Saturday that "Israel" allegedly agreed to negotiate the end of the war on Gaza in a three-stage plan.

The channel's political affairs correspondent, Suleiman Maswadeh, reported that the Israeli proposal includes three phases of 42 days each.

The first phase includes the release of all female captives, including soldiers, the elderly, and the wounded. Following their release, negotiations would begin regarding a permanent ceasefire, which would last until week six of phase one or the start of the second phase.

Phase two includes the release of the Israeli male soldiers, men, settlement guards (also known as readiness groups), and the remaining injured.

Phase three includes the release of all the bodies.

KAN 11 noted that one of the main conflicts between both sides was the Israeli veto placed on the identities of the captives to be released, which is yet to be resolved.

Maswadeh claimed that "Israel" is ready to end the war as soon as phase one of its proposal is completed and would not wait for the completion of phases two and three. He further cited a political source saying that the proposal was agreed on by mediators.

Meanwhile, Israeli media also reported that War Cabinet member Benny Gantz held an emergency meeting, with the presence of the negotiations team, to discuss the next steps regarding an exchange deal.

Israeli Channel 12 affirmed that the business forum, which includes over 200 economic giants, chairmen of boards of directors, and CEOs of companies, supports a prisoner exchange deal and urges the occupation government to make a "brave decision", noting that the "return of the captives is a moral duty that should be prioritized by Israeli leadership at this time."

The families of Israeli prisoners in the Gaza Strip demanded Saturday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accept the proposal announced by US President Joe Biden regarding a ceasefire.

The families accused the "Extremists in the government" of sacrificing the captives to prolong the war, according to Israeli Channel 12.

They called on the Israeli public to accept the deal proposed by Biden, affirming that it was "forbidden to lose this moment," and that Biden for the first time gave "real hope."

Biden laid out a new proposal that involves releasing Israeli captives in exchange for a ceasefire in Gaza on Friday.

Biden claimed that this is the most effective step toward de-escalating the ongoing war, adding, "With a ceasefire, that aid could be safely and effectively distributed to all who need it."

"As someone who's had a lifelong commitment to Israel, as the only American president who has ever gone to Israel at a time of war, as someone who just sent the US forces to directly defend Israel when it was attacked by Iran, I ask you to take a step back, think what will happen if this moment is lost," he stressed. "We can't lose this moment."

"It's time for this war to end and for the day after to begin," emphasized Biden, who is under the pressure of an election year and amid the ongoing Israeli aggression, which has persisted for eight months.

 

Hezbollah operations 06/01/2024:
07:45: targeted the Al-Baghdadi site with rocket weapons, achieving a direct hit.
Targeting the gatherings of the enemy’s officers and soldiers in the newly established armored faction position north of the "Yiftah" barracks by launching an aerial attack with attack drones, causing confirmed casualties, in response to the "israeli" enemy’s targeting of a motorcycle in the town of Majdal Silm.
Targeting the headquarters of the 769th Brigade in the "Kiryat Shmona" barracks with heavy Burkan missiles, achieving a direct hit, causing fires and destroying part of the headquarters, in response to the enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes, especially the attack on the town of Ain Qana which resulted in the injury of civilians.
Targeting the newly established surveillance equipment at the Marj site with appropriate weapons, hitting them directly and causing their destruction.
After monitoring, observing, and closely following the enemy's drones that carry out assassinations and target safe homes, on Saturday 01-06-2024 the fighters of the Islamic Resistance ambushed a Hermes 900 drone which assaults our people and villages. They targeted it with appropriate weapons over Lebanese territory, where it was shot down.
Targeting a building housing "israeli" enemy soldiers in the "Shoumera" settlement with rockets, in response to the enemy's attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes.
Targeting a building housing "israeli" enemy soldiers in the "Netua" settlement with rockets, in response to the enemy's attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes.
11:25: targeting the enemy's artillery positions in Khirbet Ma'ar and the deployment of their soldiers around it with rockets, achieving direct hits.
Targeting the "Hanita" settlement with a rocket barrage, in response to the "israeli" enemy's attacks on the towns of Adloun and Siddiqin, which led to the martyrdom of a civilian woman and the injury of others.
Targeting the newly established headquarters of the 411th Artillery Battalion command in Jaatoun with rocket weapons.

 

IDF have pulled out from Jabalia and have been firing extremely heavy artillery at Gaza CIty and other places.
What is there plan? What will they do next?

 

I have heard the ultranationalist coalition will not back netayahu if the ceasefire comes through

 

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>The Israeli Kan channel confirmed that Israel agreed to hold negotiations to stop the war, according to three stages.
>The channel's political affairs correspondent, Suleiman Maswad, reported that the Israeli proposal includes three stages, each lasting 42 days. The first stage includes the release of all women, including female soldiers, as well as the elderly, and some of the wounded.

>After the release of all female prisoners, negotiations begin on a permanent ceasefire, which will continue until the end of the sixth week of the first phase, that is, until the beginning of the second phase.

>The second stage includes the release of soldiers, men, members of the "Israeli readiness groups" and other wounded, while the third stage includes the recovery of all the bodies.

>The Israeli channel indicated that one of the main differences between the two parties is the “veto” that “Israel” places regarding the identities of the prisoners who will be released, which has not been resolved yet.

The Israeli's are going to do everything it can to block Marwan Barghouti and a few others. Will they be sucessful or will the resistance out-maneuver them somehow? What is the path to freedom exactly for Barghouti?

 

Someone is getting thrown under the bus to be NATO's scapegoat. Israeli society won't be the same after this,at best, pyrrhic victory. Israel is no longer the big deal that decades of US rampaging through MENA sought to secure. Now they are an outpost, besieged militarily and as a society. Realizing that their smug chauvinism doesn't actually stop bullets and deter beatings. And that their origin states, to the supremacist's horror, may replace them with more profitable native compradors.

They are like, a last century white settler colony unfreezing in time

 

>>1873070
So it makes sense to NOT have a ceasefire and instead prolong the war for as long as possible so Israel collapses?

Won’t that mean thousands more Palestinians dead? How could they possibly win if their population has been that decimated?

 

>>1873615
>So it makes sense to NOT have a ceasefire and instead prolong the war for as long as possible so Israel collapses?
Israel is over regardless.
The resistance has won a large victory during the operation of Al-Aqsa Flood, for the war to stop will only allow them to consolidate their gains.

 

We all know Bibi and Gallant and maybe Ben Gvir and Smotrich are going to be the fall guys. The far right revisionist Zionists will be the scapegoats. Liberals in Western capitals will say "well yes Israel did bad things but its all the fault of the Netanyahu and he needs to go" and then in will come Benny Gantz and we'll all go back to pretending things are normal. Except they aren't because Israel got exposed in a big way. The whole world now hates Israel. The average person in the West dislikes them at the very least. Their only hope is to play the culture wars card and portray the pro-Palestine crowd as woke and at that point the internet's contrarian spirit will kick in and people will side with the libs because if a kale swilling purple haired lesbo is against something then I have to be for it. You can see them already trying to set up this divide. It won't work though because rightoids hate Jews. Sure, Curtis Yarvin told his boneheaded followers not to care but they'll never give up the opportunity to engage in Jew bashing. Israel's days are numbered. Its just a question of how long it is until the sand runs out.

 

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“Do not believe your government and your army.” Al-Qassam reveals details of the Jabalia operation and displays a photo of the captured Israeli soldier
Under the title “What was allowed to be published,” the military media of the Martyr Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, today, Saturday, published a video message addressed to the families of those killed and prisoners of the occupation, including details of the Jabalia camp operation, north of the Gaza Strip, and its conclusion: “Do not believe your government.” Nor your army."

The Al-Qassam Brigades began the video with an audio background excerpted from a previous statement by its spokesman, Abu Ubaida, in which he addresses the “Israeli public,” reminding them that the occupation forces are digging amid piles of rubble in search of the remains of some of their prisoners, whom they had previously deliberately bombed, and are throwing thousands of soldiers into the alleys as a sacrifice. They are for the sake of Netanyahu's personal machinations and his government's extremist interests.

<Details of Jabalia operation

Al-Qassam revealed, in her message, that its mujahideen had succeeded in luring the occupation soldiers into one of the tunnels, noting that the occupation had failed to detect the resistance fighters, despite the fact that it had inserted a “drone” into the eye of the tunnel in order to explore it, stressing that as soon as the plane left, the resistance fighters advanced to the site of the ambush, According to the plan planned in advance.

When the occupation soldiers arrived at the ambush inside the tunnel, the resistance fighters clashed with them from zero distance, according to the Qassam Brigades’ message. They killed two of the soldiers and blew up the tunnel’s eye, before the occupation dug the area surrounding the tunnel’s eye all the way to its path, and the soldiers entered again because they believed that the resistance They withdrew from the place.

Contrary to the occupation's expectations, the occupation soldiers fell into a new ambush inside the tunnel, in which the resistance fighters planted camouflaged bombs. When the occupation introduced an additional support force, the resistance fighters clashed with it, detonated a bomb in it, and then blew up the tunnel after withdrawing from it.

The Al-Qassam Brigades confirmed that the operation left the occupation soldiers between a prisoner, a wounded and a dead person, and that the resistance fighters seized the equipment of a number of soldiers.

Al-Qassam published the identity and photo of one of the soldiers who were killed, whose body it was able to seize, addressing the occupation leaders by saying: “You know him well, why do you lie to your public? Is he one of the mercenaries that you have not announced since October 7? Or is your racism even present in the distinction between Your killers?


<The resistance continues to confront the occupation… and documents its achievements in audio and video

The resistance continues to send its influential messages to the Israeli public, which document, in audio and video, the lies of its government and its army, in parallel with its heroic confrontation with the Israeli occupation “army” in several battlefields in the Gaza Strip, as part of the ongoing “Al-Aqsa Flood” saga, inflicting more losses on it. .

In this context, the military media of the Martyr Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades published scenes documenting the targeting of an Israeli special force , with a “TBG” missile, and the sniper of occupation soldiers, in Jabalia Camp, northern Gaza Strip.

The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement, blew up an Israeli vehicle with a high-explosive barrel bomb, in the vicinity of the Umm Raed area, east of Rafah. The brigades confirmed that the occupation soldiers and their vehicles fired a barrage of regular 60 mm mortar shells south of the Yabna camp in Rafah, on the Palestinian-Egyptian border.

The Al-Quds Brigades' military media published scenes of the mortar lava used to crush the occupation soldiers and vehicles penetrating southern Rafah.

Abu Hamza , spokesman for the Al-Quds Brigades, in a recorded speech in which he presented the Brigades’ achievements over the course of weeks, confirmed the continued confrontation of the Israeli occupation, stressing that the resistance “is still doing well,” and threatening that “the horror of the coming attrition will push the enemy to leave Gaza in humiliation.” ".

 

>>1873629
This sounds like hopium.

 

>>1873639
They already do this. If you look at rightoid twitter space the current narrative is that Palestinians are woke white people-hating crowd and that is why Israel is based. I see this tendency even among the more premier Rightist thinkers. Absolute brainworms. People keep shitting on Leftoids for falling on culture wars nonsense but that is nothing compared to rightoid culture wars which is their entire meat and bone

 

>>1873779
Israel is looking pretty cooked. The thing is if they had just bombed Gaza in a tit for tat manner this would have blown over already. But instead they are going into an irrational fascist death roll. They just couldn't contain themselves, and their barbarity is actually starting to hurt the standing of the US, which is what is going to get the plug pulled on them if anything is. The US is so heavily invested in the region, though, that they actually might destabilize themselves to try to save Israel (sunk cost basically). But Israelis are already trying to flee back to Europe and the US, so they've lost one of their most important battles: attracting settlers. Without new Israelis to displace Palestinians the settler colonial project can't function.

 

>>1873783
People who complain about "leftoids culture wars" and "political correct" stuff are the biggest karens of the world. Everything upsets tem, they just bitch about everything, because everything is "woke" and liberal for them

 

>>1873785
Israel has tried to sell Saudis Palestinian land, though

 

>>1873615
>Won’t that mean thousands more Palestinians dead?

The soviets lost much more man over population in comparisson and still reached berlin in the end.

 

>>1873795 (me)
Forgot to copy the right green text
>Won’t that mean thousands more Palestinians dead? How could they possibly win if their population has been that decimated?

 

apparently the houthis hit the uss eisenhower carrier with a hypersonic missile

 

>>1873816
Did they, though? They probably attacked the jets stationed on the deck or blasted the runway or something. It makes sense as a response for Americans bombing Yemeni villages

 

>>1873785
>But Israelis are already trying to flee back to Europe and the US
I looked this up and there's no guarantee they'll be gone for good. And the numbers of people who are actually leaving is pretty low. Israel is nearly 8 million Jewish settlers. How do you expect 8 million people to flee?

 

>>1873816
Proof?

 


 

>>1873850
Only thing it says is targeted not confirmed hits.

 

>>1873415
>>1873415
>>plays the star wars imperial march as they roll it out
Wtf. I saw that clip but I didn't see it was from Gaza. Wtf?

 

>>1873615
do you want the destruction of the state of israel in 5 years or in 20?
Israel as an entity is done for its lost global majority support and its politicking is not gonna somehow reverse it

thousands of palestinians will still die even if the ceasefire happens because israel will just keep conducting its ramadan and eid raids to kill palestinians

Christ these october liberals are stupid

 

>>1873857
Israel is a US military encampment, it doesn't need or run on global support.

 

>>1873880
so was south afrikkka

 

>>1873779
>This sounds like hopium.
Okay? This sounds like disconected shut-in doomer fucking autism.
fuck off.

 

>>1873629
>The resistance has won a large victory during the operation of Al-Aqsa Flood
Explain. I want this to be true

 

>>1873844
Polls have been done on the ones who left, ~80% wanted to never return.

 

>The Onion isn't a truthful and reliable news sour—

 

Maldives bans Israeli passport holders over war on Gaza
President Mohamed Muizzu’s office announced the ban following a recommendation from the country’s cabinet.

“The Minister of Homeland Security and Technology, Ali Ihsaan, announced the decision at a news conference held at the President’s Office this afternoon,” a statement from Muizzu’s office says.

The statement also announces the appointment of a “special envoy to assess Palestinian needs”, and a fundraising campaign to support the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA.

 

>>1873779
the fact that al aqsa put a stop to the saudi normalization campaign with israel less than a year before it would become official is a major victory upon itself. all the indirect effects (like tourists vanishing) are gravy

 

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STANCE IS BASED

 

>>1874175
>less than $100m in aid

what did he leave his wallet in his other pants or something

 

>>1874178
$13.8 million in real money.

 

>>1874181
yeah true. though I think giving aid in 'assistance' is fine if you can actually deliver, helps your economy too

 

>>1874181
define real money

 

>>1874183
Not 90% going to corruption

 

>>1874178
You're right. He should have poured all of China's money into other countries. Worked very well for the US and europe.

 

Inb4 Brandon's ceasefire proposal is a ruse that they will actively sabotage for the purpose of giving themselves diplomatic cover while prolonging the genocide

 

>>1874192
Obviously. They are trying to run plausible deniability, even if everyone knows that they are just running a plausible deniability cover and calls them hypocrites

 

>>1874192
>Brandon's ceasefire proposal is a ruse
Wasn't that already confirmed? Didn't he pretend like that was made by the Zionazi entity itself that was rejected by Khamas

 

What is the likelyhood if the initial stage of the new deal comes in to effect it is killed by far-right members of the military either in Gaza or in Lebanon?
>>1874192
>that they will actively sabotage for the purpose of giving themselves diplomatic cover while prolonging the genocide
I don't see how not agreeing gives the Israelis any 'diplomatic cover' though.
>Brandon's ceasefire proposal is a ruse
Nah Biden wants some time of cease fire because of his election is coming up, you have to remember that the americans start to campaign for months and months if not a year before their election.

 

>>1874189
I think China can afford a bit more than $80m without spending 'all their money'

 

>>1874198
Yeah yeah they should really pour in everything because the most brilliant minds at europe and the US made it work so well. Maybe they should also consider giving Zelensky a few billions just in case because he really needs it.

 

>>1874198
>I think China can afford a bit more than $80m without spending 'all their money'
Yes, but I wouldn't worry about it.
Money and re-building will go in to Gaza, it always has before.
The real worry is all the attention and money after this war corrupting the resistance just as it did with the PLO and Camp David.

 

>>1874200
>Yeah yeah they should really pour in everything because the most brilliant minds at europe and the US made it work so well.

Are you seriously saying foreign aid (like less than 1% of state budgets) is the reason the west is dying? Fucking fascist.

 

>>1874202
>Y-You are le fascist because you're making fun of me!
Lol. Perhaps another trillion for "foreign aid" could help you solve this mess.

 

>>1874207
go back and tend your garden.

 

>>1874207
Do organizations who get "money" donated to them actually receive those funds to spend as they please? Or are they receiving specific goods? Judging by how Ukraine is working, it's the latter, isn't it?

 

>>1874211
Ukraine has received large amounts of both.

 

>>1874197
>I don't see how not agreeing gives the Israelis any 'diplomatic cover' though.
it doesnt but it does make biden look like he is trying even though he obviously knew it wasnt gonna work

 

>>1874207
I don't get why you started out by bragging about china having the same diplomatic stance as 2/3 of the world's countries and donating what I believe comes out to roughly 0.001% of their annual budget to Palestine. That $3 million to UNRWA is less than Luxembourg donated to UNRWA last year. And then you came all the way around and said that aid to Palestine is bad, actually, and China shouldn't do it. Which is it, is China based for giving aid to Palestine or is giving aid to Palestine destroying China?

 

>china china china china china
we get it, you’re obsessed
but this is the palestine and pissrael thread, blow it out your ass

 

>>1874211
>Do organizations who get "money" donated to them actually receive those funds to spend as they please? Or are they receiving specific goods? Judging by how Ukraine is working, it's the latter, isn't it?
It's not giving anything it's credit, how many times have i gotta tell you people this?
How it usually works is for example you, Ukraine, are given 10 million in credit which then can be spent on your products, for example the UK, which basically only exports weapons.

 

>>1874230
Yeah, so Chinese 100 mil$ is probably worth quite a lot in humanitarian aid

 

>>1874221
Dude, we get it. Everyone needs to dump their cash into different countries that are in the middle of being bombed. Everything. You can't just send $80m-100m because that is bad and le fascist. We need to look at the successes of europe and the US to see how it's done. If China was brave they would have spend 300m on a military docking bay totally for humanitarian aid that falls apart as soon as it's build. You have to spend everything all at once to make your voice heard!

 

>>1874232
How much aid is China giving to the Palestinian Workers Party

 

>>1874237
Pick one
> a) China is based for giving aid to Palestine
< b) Giving aid to Palestine is le bad

 

>>1874237
when did I say USA is better? fucking fuckwit. you don't have to deepthroat china this much

 

>>1874239
never enough

 

>>1874240
$80m in aid are fascist!

 

>>1874243
incapable of giving a straight answer

 

>>1874241
>Dude if you're making fun of me for crying about lots of money being send to other countries you're deepthroating it, actually
Lol

 

>>1874244
I gave you one. It's fascist to send this amount of money. You're not fascist if you send way more. Or nothing.

 

>>1874246
you're not 'making fun' you're just being retarded

>>1874248
ok crying about foreign aid ruining the country doesn't literally make you a fascist it's just highly correlated with it, happy?

 

>>1874249
>N-No you're totally not making fun of me for crying about too little money being send uwu
Keep going lol

 

>>1874251
ok once again, you are clearly trying to make fun, I just think sarcastically rephrasing all my posts to pretend I said something different than what I said instead of actually responding to the points is pretty juvenile and embarrassing and you should probably grow up.

 

National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:
Our forces continue to bombard enemy positions on the fighting fronts of Rafah and “Netzarim.”
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces have bombarded enemy positions on the axes of advancement in Rafah Governorate, in the southern Strip, and the supply line for enemy positions on the “Netzarim” front.
Here are the details:
Firstly: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces bombarded the “israeli” enemy position around the Qaws site in the Yabna camp south of Rafah with heavy mortars, and the shells hit their targets.
Secondly: Our forces also targeted enemy positions on the incursion front west of the Zorob roundabout in the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip with heavy mortars, and the shells hit their targets.
Thirdly: The Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces also targeted the enemy forces' supply line on the “Netzarim” front with "Qasim 10" rockets, 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
2/6/2024

Earlier this morning, a zionist soldier threw a stun grenade into the colonial ministry of “security” office. Zionist media claimed that the soldier suffers from post-traumatic stress, and withdrew from the area after throwing the grenade.

 

>>1874253
>sarcastically rephrasing all my posts to pretend I said something different than what I said instead of actually responding to the points
This plus adding a snarky little comment is called "chan culture" and it's why 95% of discussion on this site will always be worthless

 

Only hours after the zionist withdrawal from Jabalia camp in the northern Gaza Strip, following a 20-day failed zionist invasion, Palestinians emerged to begin cleanup and recovery efforts.
The zionist operation saw the partial or complete destruction of nearly all remaining structures in the camp. Despite this, Palestinians there have chosen to remain steadfast, clearing the rubble from bombed-out homes and recovering the bodies of martyrs - of which over 70 were found.
One Palestinian said “Everything that we lost will be rebuilt. We’re steadfast and will remain steadfast, and here we are in the camp. This is nothing, this is nothing. Everything will be rebuilt. As long as there’s a resistance, protecting, Allah will protect us. God will compensate us.”
In spite of the brutal zionist bombing campaign, a wall in the camp still stands, reading “Jabalia Camp will never fall.”

The Maldives announced moments ago that it will ban anybody with an "israeli" passport, including dual citizens, from visiting the country.
11,000 "israelis" visited the country last year. The Maldives has also decided to intervene in South Africa's genocide case at the ICJ, and is launching a nationwide fundraising campaign for Palestine.

The occupation forces closed all the main streets leading to the city Tubas. Electricity was cut off the city as well.

 

>>1874230
There are also grants to civil society operations, such as the Georgian Legion, the "disinformation expert" think tanks, and other civil society interventions.
>It's not giving anything it's credit, how many times have i gotta tell you people this?
How about you shut the fuck up and crawl back to your autistic 4X gaming shit until you learn how hybrid war works

 

>>1874240
how about it doesnt matter and it makes no diference

 

>>1874288
Anon. You didn't even know how foreign aid works. Go back to your containment thread.

 

Netanyahu says proposal 'non-starters' without Hamas elimination

Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office stated on Saturday that any suggestion of Israel agreeing to a permanent ceasefire before "the destruction of Hamas' military and governing capabilities" was "a non-starter."

This comes after earlier, Netanyahu, an experienced politician, made a statement just after US President Joe Biden's announcement of a proposal to "end the war". The initial response by Netanyahu noted that he had "authorised the negotiating team to present a proposal," adding that it must "enable Israel to continue the war until all its objectives are achieved."

The morning after, Netanyahu aimed to deflect any headlines implying he considered the US proposal a "non-starter," if it does not allow for "Israel" to achieve all its goals including the destruction of Hamas both militarily and politically.

It is worth noting that the US proposal was also referenced by the German Foreign Minister as the "Israeli offer".

Hezbollah using IOF as testing ground for weapons: Israeli media

Israeli media reported today, Sunday, on developments in the ongoing war on the northern front, stating that it is gradually becoming the "main front" at the moment. The reports addressed Hezbollah's military capabilities and its handling of field developments.

The North is gradually becoming the "main front" as Hezbollah increases the scope and intensity of operations while utilizing only a fraction of its capabilities, Israeli media reported on Sunday.

The Resistance in Lebanon "has used only 5% of its weapons arsenal during these months of battle as a testing ground against the Israeli army, in preparation for a real and extensive battle," Ynet reported, citing the occupation army.

The news website added that Hezbollah "tries every day to bypass air defense systems and derive lessons," and that "this has become evident with the different launch angles [the Resistance] uses, the concentration of launches, and the varying amounts of explosives in each weapon fired, among other factors."

Thus, despite the "relatively limited volume of fire compared to the quantities" Hezbollah possesses, the Resistance "is registering accurate and successful hits," the outlet added, pointing out to the operation using the Burkan heavy rockets on Saturday targeting the 769th Brigade HQ, "Camp Gibor," causing severe damage to the military base.

The report added that "the use of Burkan rockets has proven effective in terms of material and psychological damage," citing its "impact due to the unusual levels of destruction caused by each of these rockets, which are known as heavy rockets and can carry up to half a ton of explosives."

The website also noted that "in recent months, similar to updates introduced to the anti-tank Almas missile, Hezbollah has developed a new family of Burkan rockets with warheads that exceed a ton of explosives" compared to earlier versions with a maximum capacity of 500kg of explosives.

 

>>1874309
nta retard

 

The occupation admitted to the martyrdom of 36 detainees from Gaza in its camps since October 7th. It also recently admitted to arresting no fewer than 4,000 citizens from Gaza, of whom 1,500 detainees have been released.
A series of investigations and international press reports recently published the crimes and atrocities committed by the occupation army against detainees in the "Sde Teman" concentration camp, the largest detention center, specifically the facility that holds the sick and wounded prisoners.
The latest was an AP report which clearly indicated the occupation army’s admission of the martyrdom of 36 detainees from Gaza in its concentration camps. Most of what we know about these concentration camps comes from leaked reports and photos out of "Sde Teman" in the occupied Naqab, but there are other prisons and camps holding detainees in Gaza, with insufficient information available about their detention conditions, such as "Antoot" camp, "Ofer" prison, and others.
Just a few days ago, zionist sources reported that two detainees from Gaza taken to the "Sde Teman" concentration camp were beaten to death by IOF soldiers.
The Club added that these escalating facts come as the occupation continues to refuse to disclose all data related to Gaza detainees and their places of detention, including the identities of those who were martyred in its camps.
The occupation has not granted journalists or the International Committee of the Red Cross access to the "Sde Teman" concentration camp.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club explained that the cause of the detainees in Gaza today represents the biggest challenge for human rights institutions, in light of the set of stringent measures and restrictions imposed by the occupation on them, its practice of the crime of enforced disappearance, and its manipulation of the law to achieve this. Especially as the passage of time and prolonged detention in the camps without allowing international bodies, including the International Committee of the Red Cross, to review their detention conditions will be key factors in the rising number of martyrs among them.
The Club highlighted that the primary support in this issue comes from the testimonies of released detainees, which some human rights institutions managed to collect under difficult and complex circumstances. The images of dozens of them spoke before their testimonies about the level of torture crimes committed against them, including cases of limb amputations as a result.
The Club affirmed that the growing talk about the occupation's claims of its intention to open investigations into the conditions of the "Sde Teman" camp, as one of several camps and prisons where Gaza detainees are held, are merely claims that hold no meaning for a system practicing genocide in plain sight of the world, committing crimes of torture and field executions in front of cameras. Alongside all this, the Club emphasized that the "israeli" judicial system has been and remains a cornerstone in solidifying all the crimes happening today, including the ongoing crimes against prisoners and detainees.
The Palestinian Prisoners Club renews its call for the necessity of opening internationally supervised investigations into the serious crimes and violations committed against detainees and prisoners in the occupation’s prisons and camps, as a facet of the ongoing genocide against our people in Gaza for 239 days.
This call comes despite the bleak picture surrounding the international human rights system and the terrifying state of incapacity that has taken over its image and stances, in the face of the crimes and atrocities committed by the occupation since the beginning of the war of genocide to this day.

 


 

>>1873785
Yeah but Palestinians are also attempting to flee Gaza. Gaza will be virtually uninhabitable for at least ten years and many Gazans are already looking for a way out.

 


 

>>1874339
somewhere in one of the recent threads. you could try checking al mayadeen for the past month or so too.

 

Hezbollah operations 06/02/2024:
Targeting the Iron Dome radar and the positions of its officers and soldiers at the military gathering battalion headquarters in the "Yarden" barracks in the occupied Golan Heights with an aerial attack by a squadron of attack drones, hitting the targets accurately, resulting in the destruction and disabling of the radar and causing deaths and injuries among the officers and soldiers.
11:00: targeting the Al-Marj site with artillery shells, achieving direct hits.
14:30: targeting the Hadab Yaroun site and the deployment of "israeli" enemy soldiers in its vicinity with appropriate weapons, achieving a direct hit.
Targeting the headquarters of the Golan Division 210 in the Nafah barracks with two successive barrages of dozens of Katyusha rockets, in response to the "israeli" enemy's attack on the Bekaa region.
After precise monitoring and tracking of "israeli" enemy vehicle movements at the Al-Abad site, Islamic Resistance fighters set up a well-planned ambush and, upon the vehicles' arrival at the site gate, targeted one of them with direct rocket weapons, resulting in its destruction and burning with its occupants inside it.
Targeting the "Kiryat Shmona" settlement (the city of Al-Khalisa) with dozens of Katyusha rockets, in response to "israeli" enemy attacks on steadfast southern villages and safe homes, particularly Bint Jbeil and Houla.
Targeting the "Metulla" settlement with direct rocket weapons, accurately hitting the targets, in response to "israeli" enemy attacks on steadfast southern villages and safe homes, particularly the attack on the town of Houla, which led to the martyrdom of innocent civilians.
19:03: targeting the Ramtha site in the occupied Lebanese Kfar Shuba hills with rocket weapons, achieving a direct hit.
19:08: targeting the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Kfar Shuba hills with rocket weapons, achieving a direct hit.
19:35: targeting the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons, achieving a direct hit.
Targeting the "Metulla" settlement with rocket weapons, in response to the "israeli" enemy's bombing of the town of Khiam with artillery shells.

 

>>1874325
My Brother is a Buddhist, this got guy shit on by the entire Buddhist community including other major teachers.

 

>>1874436
Depends on where you go, but to an extent, you're correct. One of the main reasons Buddhism has little to no presence in India is being violently ousted by Muslims crossing into Northern India, because they knew that Buddhists didn't defend themselves, at the time.
Theres also the story of Trisong Dretsen or something alone those lines, a Tibetan Buddhist emperor who led armies to defend temples in Tibet, Nepal and Mongolia, where they brutally beat the shit out of the invading Muslims because they tried to target monastics first.

BUT Japanese lineages of Buddhism are historically the nastiest from what I know. For the longest time, Buddhism was utterly tied up with Japanese Nationalism, Zen monks were actively participating in arms manufacturing, training soldiers, and so on up to and including WW2. Then when you go back a few eras, you got the warrior monk militias, who'd clash in these massive violent skirmishes. Then in modern day,you got Myanmar. All this stuff is strictly forbidden in the sutras/suttas, but nationalists gonna national of course. Depending on which Buddhist you ask, authentic practitioners don't engage in this shit, but this is the "age of dregs" or "mappo" or "dhamma declining age", so it isn't all surprising.

(also the shaolin monk thing is complete BS, they were never Buddhists)

 

>>1874436
it has always been a meme, westoids think all religions in asia, non abrahamic ones atleast are peaceful and quirky, hinduism is all just dancing to spiritual musics and putting a cute dot on your head and behaving like peaceful ghandi and not a very nationalistic religion with a caste system that pretty much turned to modern day classism.
or buddhism being all about meditation in a red garment until you float and not a religion that got turned to militarism by nationalists and used as a justification for serfdom (depending on the place)
or chinese religions being all the same, all about mastering the art of shaolin and chi energy and kungfu, not peaceful but far from the truth
or shinto-buddhism which they potray as cutesey, when it's has to be the most militarised form of buddhism to date (bonus fact, the japanese shinto-buddhists used to believe if you become a very naughty sinner, the Kami will send a giant foot at night to destroy your house until you wash it to cleaniness)

 

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>>1874325
Wait so is this guy Jewish or Buddhist? is he still Jewish or did he become goyim for leaving Judaism? or can he like believe in two religions at the same time? Is he still allowed in synagogues or not? What will Moses or YHWH say about this? he still part of Israel in the eyes of Israeli Zionists or not? Too many questions. No answer.

 

>>1874458
i thought shinto was not buddhism

 

>>1874463
Pretty big movement lately in Abrahamic religions to co-opt Buddhism using various methods.

t. grew up in a vietnamese communist-buddhist household.

 

>>1874463
>>1874483
Sometimes Filipino Taoists pick up christianity to fit in since Taoism does not explicitly demand for monotheism.

 

>>1874198
Understandable, but you are aware that China isn't likely going to be the only one who's probably going to be providing aid.
If Ireland, Norway and Spain are true to their word it's likely that they may be doing this as well, on top of other nations.

>>1874201
>The real worry is all the attention and money after this war corrupting the resistance just as it did with the PLO and Camp David.
Esta

 

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>>1874483
i knew this lebanese who was deeply religious, but at the same time was a phile for tibetian buddhism, meditation, zen and shaolin monks because their views on life facinates him and >they don't devote themselves to wage war on muslims like american christians do.

i imagine he would be pissed when he finds out about historic battles and agression between muslims and buddhists

 

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>>1874483
>>1874495
>christian buddhists and muslim buddhists
Dune moment.

 

At approximately 00:20 today on 6/3/2024, the "israeli" enemy launched an aerial attack from the direction of southeastern Aleppo, targeting some sites in the vicinity of Aleppo. The aggression led to a number of martyrs and some material losses. 17 martyrs ascended, and 15 are wounded.

IOF warplanes carried out an airstrike on a copper factory in Hayyan, north of Aleppo, in northern Syria.

 

>>1874612
Absolutely vile

 

I just want to kill some fucking zionists

 

>>1874762
We all know that feel

 

>>1874443
>One of the main reasons Buddhism has little to no presence in India is being violently ousted by Muslims crossing into Northern India
This is a myth made up by the British and Hindutva nationalists. There's no proof this ever happened. "Buddhism" was in decline in Northern India long before the Ghurids turned up.

>BUT Japanese lineages of Buddhism are historically the nastiest from what I know.

Again, this is a dumb oversimplification. You do know religious people live in society like everyone else right? You do know they are as susceptible to the rights and wrongs of society like everyone else? Sure, you can find Japanese Buddhists who had imperialist views but you can say the same for Christianity and there are dozens of Japanese Buddhists who don't have those views.

>>1874483
>Pretty big movement lately in Abrahamic religions to co-opt Buddhism
First of all, there's no such thing as "Abrahamic religions." You have religious and philosophical ideas and unsurprisingly they move around and interact with each other and there's mixing and influence. Muslims have always engaged with Buddhist ideas in various ways. If you look at some major Islamic philosophers, they do cite books attributed to the Buddha and as far back as the middle ages they considered the Buddha to be a wise sage or prophet. None of this is new. Christians less so because they never interacted much with Buddhists whereas there have always been large Muslim and Jewish communities in Central Asia, India, and parts of China.

>it has always been a meme, westoids think all religions in asia, non abrahamic ones atleast are peaceful and quirky,

Unsurprisingly, it has a lot to do with race. So-called "Abrahamic" religions were considered Semitic religions and the product of a Jewish Semitic race mentality that poisoned the pure European race. So European racists begun looking for an authentic Germanic or Aryan religion and looked to India, Iran, and Germanic "paganism" to find it. Semitic religions were stereotyped by orientalists as soulless, desert shit brained enslavement to holy laws and a timeless cosmic tyrant, while supposedly Aryan beliefs were stereotyped as spiritual, mystical, individualistic etc. Whenever orientalists found something in Islam or Judaism that contradicted their crude racial stereotype, they simply claimed it was influence from the Greeks or Buddhists. You can see the legacy of this racist thinking in the anti-Abrahamic sentiment here.

 

>>1874780
Buddhism is a christianity that didn't manage to swallow up all the smaller religions into itself. Probably because India was far more disunited than Roman Empire, or maybe because buddhism happened in a land that didn't have centuries of a united pantheon precending it

 

>>1874612
So they're going to bombing Syria again?

 

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>>1874762
Been thinking about doing a picrel a lot lately.

 

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>>1874785
>buddhism is christianity

 

>>1874796
Conceptually, as a step in evolution of religions, not as in what they talk about

 

>>1874799
>as a step in evolution of religions
Sigh…. I'm not even going to bother arguing with this. Its off topic anyway.

 

Is there any game I can shoot zionists in?

 

>>1874805
Unfortunately none, and if there were they'd immediately get tagged as nazi and antisemitic and get banned.

 

>>1874805
Yes
Knights of al aqsa

 

>>1874805
The Insurgency games if you squint

 

>>1874817
cant find any active servers for the original insurgency though

 

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>>1874821
nice just need one with a gore mod and I will blast the fuck out of those Hebrew Nazis

 

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ANOTHER ONE

 

>>1874871
???? It's the same thing they've been doing for literal months anon, pay attention.

 

>>1874805
Not exactly a game about Palestine and it's more of a real-time tactics game, but in my headcannon, the GRM campaign in Call to Arms has you playing as the Palestinian resistance whereas the UAF is Isntreal and you also get to fight Americans later on

 

Sorry to post this outside of /ISG/, but Nick Mullen of all people has some really good commentary on this. Cliprel is mostly humor, but this episode was banging. He is very principled when you read through the humor. The d*mestic t*rrorist larp is really good too.

 

>>1874985
I swear the guy is a covert leftypol user

 

>>1874985
> but Nick Mullen of all people has some really good commentary on this
Nick and Adam generally have decent commentary when they stop making crass jokes to actually say something. Stav leaving to go do standup seems to have helped them in that regard.

 

>>1875005
real. Stav was good in cumtown but he did drag it down sometimes. Apparently he is a zionist?

 

>>1875055
>Apparently he is a zionist?

well he's trying to make it in the new york comedy scene so… of course he is!

 

>>1875005
real. Stav was good in cumtown but he did drag it down sometimes. Apparently he is a zionist?

 

>>1875055
Stav has always been an annoying, affected fat cunt. He didnt even sign off for a last episode because he has no loyalty and never even brings up nick and adam anymore.

 

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>>1874805
Play as the resistance ("terrorists") in Dust 2 in CS GO.

 

>>1875074
Yeah, Valve is zionists

 

>>1874805
real life (in minecraft)

 

>>1875005
Yeah I hate it when the guys from the show called Cumtown drown their primary subject, politics, with jokes about a guy with down syndrome but he's gay

 

>>1874986
Nick has always been this way. His whole style of comedy hinges on the baseline assumption of leftwing universalist politics, and that the comedic element is how ridiculous and over the top the opposite of those politics are.

I've listened to his stuff for like 6 years and he has never once had a sincerely bad political opinion. He has an incredible memory in general (hence is comedic acumen), and his ability to bring up specifics when actually pressed on serious issues is very sharp.

He's always been associated with the funny left wing shitposters on Twitter, groupchats and all. All those guys are friends, and Nick has been on Chapo like more than 5 times I would guess

 

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Co-chair of Democratic Majority for Israel gatekeeping the Jewishness of Mexico's president-elect.

 

>>1875203
this is as funny as censoring the top part of the + symbol in books because it looks like a cross and crosses are bad.

 

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>>1875074
terrorist look like walter white with better moustash

 

>>1875222
>censoring the top part of the + symbol in books
Wait, what? Does Israel actually do this?

 

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>>1874872
true but when you're an armchair geopolitic spectator, you treat houthis striking jets like a goal at a football match

Go houthis! score some fakin goals

 

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>>1875228
absolutely, some kibbutzes censor the top part, other censor the lower part, it's confuseing because once college kids get on a computer and see the symbol on the keyboard, they get more confused.

i remember a facebook hoax in 2010s about isis being the one who do it because crosses are haram and burgerstanis took the bait

 

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>>1875231
Source on that? I couldn't find anything.

 

>>1875229
<pic
Just two things to say…

 

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>>1875074
idk if it was intentional on your part but that CT model is israeli lol

 


 

>>1875242
I dont see many of them wearing this chef's hat anymore in recent footage

 

>>1875242
The counter-terrorists even speak with an Israeli accent.

 

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>>1875249
yeah, that swedish chef helmet covering was made due to too many reports of heat strokes in the israeli army in the 1980 and it's made to look like a high priest headdress from biblical times

 

There is no such thing as an innocent Israeli

 

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>>1875237
i'm gonna go with the cheapest of sources because i'm tired, reddit judaism and quora
[redacted link]

 

>>1875273
i was going to say the fink, but he's not even israeli, just jewish
tends to be the case that every innocent israeli is no longer israeli, left the country or went to jail for avoiding military service

 

Hasan banned me (ノωヽ)

 

>>1875283
I'm gonna find a gay porno actor who's a Hasan look alike and watch him get anally sodomized rough while I enjoy a cup of tea

 

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>>1875283
go to his house and knock on the door, bring with you four friends and five dildos

 

>>1875265
lol it was designed to break the helmet silhouette which was too recognizable to snipers.

 

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>>1875289
>snipers

 

>>1875289
why did they stop wearing them if it makes them easier to recognise?

 

>>1875289
>lol it was designed to break the helmet silhouette which was too recognizable to snipers.
Damn. They spent all their time making hats and not time drilling not sticking your gun out of or standing in a window.
They're really not cut out for this infrantry stuff i think.

 


 

>>1875070
Idk. Is he? He was always trying to be the good lib on cumtown acting a little offended and sensitive to problematic political jokes and just because of that it would not surprise me if he was also pro-Israel. But is he I don’t know.

 

Iraqi youth stormed and damaged a number of American restaurants and companies on Palestine Street in Baghdad due to their support for the zionist genocide in Palestine.
A large number of Iraqi security forces and counter-terrorism units arrived at the scene and opened fire on some protestors.

6 IOF soldiers and 5 settlers have been wounded as a result of over 20 large fires that are continuously burning as a result of Hezbollah rockets landing in northern occupied Palestine, according to zionist media.

There are now over 20 large scale fires across the length of the entire northern border of occupied Palestine due to Hezbollah operations yesterday and today. At least 6 settlers have been wounded in the fires in "Kiryat Shmona," which has suffered tens of millions of dollars worth of damages today.
Dozens of zionist firefighting crews are attempting to extinguish them, and a state of emergency was declared, with firefighters travelling to the north to assist.
Roads are closed off in the north. Zionist media reported that the firefighters in the north are requesting assistance from firefighting planes, but there is no approval for the planes due to fear of fire from Hezbollah.

The zionist entity has ordered remaining settlers in "Kiryat Shmona" in northeastern occupied Palestine to evacuate their houses due to the massive and spreading fires that have afflicted the area due to resistance strikes since yesterday. The settlement previously had a population of 24,000 settlers, until only 4,000 remained following the outbreak of Al-Aqsa Flood. Now, the remaining 4,000 have been forced to evacuate.

 

>>1875604
The kids are alright

 

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Nature is rejecting the invasive species and healing itself

 

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The Houthis are maybe gonna save the world

 

>>1875636
>the "Palestine" ballistic missile
is it just a standard ballistic missile they named that or is it some new capability the houthis didn't have before?
do we have information on this?

 

>>1875630
burger californians did the same, raised green plants that don't stand the heat in south california which is naturally dry and hot, and using waters from the rivers in the north to keep them growing, drying up the woods in the north and making them fire hazards

 

>>1875203
The gramps
>I didn't moved from fascistic Lithuania to Mexico and was a member of the PCM for my surname to be "from the husband"
<Chone Juan Sheinbaum Abramovitz and Emma Yoselevitz Bruk were the paternal grandparents; Josiff Pardo Benjaminoff and Matilde Cemo Calev, the mothers. The first were located in Lithuania before migrating to Mexico in the 1920s, with a brief stopover in Cuba, typical at the time; The latter are described as living in Bulgaria, from where they also fled in the 1940s when that country aligned itself with Nazi Germany and gave in to the persecution of the Jews before internal pressure stopped sending the entire community to the extermination camps (“shoá”, in Hebrew).
Specially since in the hispanosphere the marriage surname is added as a DE X
<Mary Smith de Jones, as an example.

 


 

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>>1875722
burger states made boycotting israel illegal

 

A Molotov cocktail was thrown at the "israeli" embassy in Bucharest, Romania, according to zionist sources.

Reiterating what the resistance already told us, the IOF announces that it found the bodies of 4 settlers who were killed in Gaza as a result of their own airstrikes.
The settlers had previously appeared in Qassam videos and the resistance had already announced their deaths.

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful,
The Almighty said: "O you who have believed, if you support Allah, He will support you and plant firmly your feet."
This is the truth of Allah Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people and in response to the crimes of the zionist enemy against the displaced people in the Rafah area of the Gaza Strip,
The missile force of the Yemeni Armed Forces targeted a military target of the "israeli" enemy in the Umm Al-Rashrash area in southern occupied Palestine with the "Palestine" ballistic missile, which the Armed Forces reveal today for the first time. The operation successfully achieved its objective.
The Yemeni Armed Forces, with the help of Allah Almighty, will continue their military operations in support and victory for the oppressed Palestinian people until the aggression is stopped and the siege on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs. He is the best protector and the best helper.
Long live Yemen, free, honorable, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 26 Dhul-Qi'dah 1445 AH
Corresponding to 3 June 2024
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces

 

It's getting late and tor is being too slow to post the rest of the videos tonight, so here's the news I was going to post with them. I'll post the videos tomorrow.

Hezbollah ATGM, drone launches more than doubled in one month

Israeli media highlighted early Monday the recent increase in Hezbollah's firepower against Israeli targets and its impact on the Israeli military and settlers, indicating that 120,000 additional Israelis are now within the Lebanese Resistance group's range of fire.

A report on the Israeli website Ynet mentioned that in the city of Nahariya, in northern occupied Palestine, Israeli settlers rushed to shelters three times Sunday as a drone crash sparked fire, while in Akka, sirens sounded for the third consecutive day. In Katzrin, fires erupted following a barrage of rockets.

The report explained that, for months, Nahariya and Akka were relatively calm, compared to other areas. Nahariya saw five consecutive months – from November to April – without sirens, while Akka enjoyed four months – from late December until the end of April – of calm.

But in recent days, this reality has changed after a drone fell in Nahariya, marking the first time the city has been hit since the opening of the northern front.

The Israeli occupation military confirmed that there were several failed attempts to intercept the drone, and a fire broke out as a result of the crash and not from interceptive shrapnel.

"There's no war in the north. Now they'll say it fell in an unpopulated area," one Israeli settler was quoted as sarcastically saying.

Meanwhile, in Akka, sirens sounded for the third consecutive day, and on Saturday drone shrapnel was spotted in the city.

The report pointed out that Nahariya and Akka are not the only large population centers recently hit by Hezbollah's firepower. It highlighted that Katzrin, the largest settlement in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, was shelled with a barrage of rockets that caused fires in multiple locations.

Ynet noted that just like Nahariya and Akka, settlers in Katzrin were not evacuated following the bombing, emphasizing that many buildings in the city lack fortified shelters.

According to the report, 15 firefighting crews, aided by six firefighting planes, worked for hours to combat the fires in Katzrin.

It added that other fires also broke out in Kiryat Shmona, Yiftach, and Ani'am, as well as in the areas of the Yehudiya River and Nahal Zavitan, some of which have not yet been extinguished.

Ynet indicated that "data unequivocally shows a rise in Hezbollah attacks" on Israeli targets in northern occupied Palestine, highlighting that May witnessed the highest number of Hezbollah attacks, totaling 325, as per the Alma Research and Education Center, with a daily average of 10 attacks, compared to 238 in April, with a daily average of 7.8 attacks.

The news website mentioned that the Israeli occupation military claimed that these figures were not recognized and that December saw the highest number of launches. However, the Alma Center pointed out that the data covers all types of attacks, excluding the number of rockets fired in each barrage.

In detail, the website highlighted a surge, more than double, in the number of ATGMs and drones launched in May, going from 50 ATGM launches in April to 95 in May, and from 42 drone infiltrations in April to 85 in May.

It added that the past four months have witnessed a more than 12-fold increase in drone-related incidents, highlighting a simultaneous increase in the range of fire, mainly by launching drones, amid "Israel's" dilemma of whether to launch an all-out battle in the North or not.

Fire rages on in Israeli settlements in occupied north

Large numbers of firefighters were called to the scenes of the fires, which spread to northern parts of Kiryat Shmona, burning dangerously close to housing units.

Residents in the settlement and Margaliot were told to evacuate as the uncontrollable blazes rapidly spread across the wilderness. Local authorities in Kiryat Shmona are visiting settlers "house-by-house" ordering occupiers to evacuate.

At around 8:00 pm (local time) authorities informed the media outlets that the fire had spread to the northern part of the occupation city of Kiryat Shmona, while fire crews and settlers fought the high flames encircling the settlement.

In the occupied Golan and al-Jalil, 15 fire hotspots have been reported, as enduring blazes spurred by particularly high temperatures continue to plague colonial outposts.

As a result of the raging fires, Israeli authorities blocked the main road linking the north to the rest of the Israeli-occupied territories.

University divestment to severely impact Israeli tech sector: Analyst

Israeli analyst Assaf Gilead on Monday wrote on the Israeli daily Globes that the potential divestment by American universities from Israeli investments could have severe consequences for "Israel's" economy, particularly its technology sector.

As summer vacation begins, most Gaza encampments on US campuses have been dismantled, he says. This occurs after lengthy discussions between students and college administrations, where some of the protesters' conditions were met.

Prestigious universities, including Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Brown, and Minnesota, have committed to considering students' demands regarding investments in "Israel," and this promises to have severe consequences on "Israel's" economy, Gilead says.

The top US universities manage large investment funds worth billions, investing in various sectors including foreign stocks and alternative investments such as real estate, commodities, private equity, and venture capital funds. Many of these investments are in Israeli companies.

For instance, Harvard University has investments in Israeli companies worth an estimated $200 million. Its president, Alan Garber, recently agreed to establish a special committee to discuss the potential for divestment from "Israel," akin to past divestments from fossil fuels and South Africa.

Johns Hopkins University and other institutions like the University of Washington and Rutgers have also agreed to examine the demands for divestment. In Canada, universities such as Toronto Metropolitan and McMaster are also considering divestment.

Two US universities, Occidental College and Brown University, have scheduled votes on divestment, with Brown's president, Christina Paxson, expressing support for a thorough discussion. The University of California plans to vote on a divestment proposal in September.

According to Ze'ev Holtzman, founder of the Israeli venture capital Giza Fund, total investments constitute 2%-3% of the foreign capital flowing into Israeli tech.

Protesters at the University of Minnesota claim the university has $2.4 million invested in Israeli companies, including Nova, Camtek, Check Point, and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

Holtzman warns that divestment decisions by universities could severely impact the market "because the universities do not only represent large investment entities but claim to be a moral compass. A decision against Israel that is published could cause heavy damage."

Prof. Gerald Steinberg from NGO Monitor notes that past divestment campaigns had limited economic impact.

"A divestment policy aimed at Israeli businesses may have a significant economic impact. Campaigns to divest launched at the forum of non-governmental organizations, led by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, at the infamous Durban conference, ultimately did not have a significant economic impact on Israel," he said.

Prof. Anat Alon-Beck from Case Western Reserve University further warned of legal risks that could lead to lawsuits.

"A university, and in fact any US body that chooses to boycott Israeli companies, will also have to prepare itself in the event for a lawsuit. The lawsuits against boycotting organizations can be conducted in state courts as well as in a federal court. There are organizations that will try, so to speak, to walk between the cracks and try to boycott only companies that are related to the defense industries allegedly involved in the war in Gaza, but this distinction is also misleading. The tech industry in Israel and the US always began in the defense industries, and they rely on them," she said.

Pret A Manger cancels franchise deal with 'Israel' citing genocide

British coffee and sandwich chain Pret A Manger has canceled its franchise agreement with Israeli partners to open its first branch in "Israel," The Times of Israel reported on Monday.

The franchise cited the ongoing genocide on the people of Gaza as the main reason for their decision.

The coffee chain was planning to open at least 40 cafes across the occupied territories for over the next decade.

The decision comes as large crowds of pro-Palestinian demonstrators have been marching in London on weekends to protest against the genocide in Gaza.

Israeli fashion store chain Fox-Wizel Ltd. said in an announcement on May 30 that the London-based chain canceled the license agreement between the parties due to a force majeure event caused by the genocide.

Fox-Wizel reported that the coffee chain said the war was impacting the "company’s ability to carry out the preliminary actions needed to open operations as set out under the license agreement." The force majeure clause in a commercial agreement allows for contract termination if certain obligations cannot be fulfilled.

 

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ISRAEL IS COMMITTING CULTURAL GENOCIDE

 

>>1875873
Hitler²: Hitler squared

 

>>1875873
>posts pro-nazi shit (like OG 1930s german nazis, not just ukrainian nazis) on /ukraine/
>posts hasbara on /palestine/
>posts demonKKKrat bullshit on /usapol/
someone needs to kill gay nazi already, the mods refuse to ban him so at this point the only solution i see is someone gunning this uygha down
i know this has been said in a lot of websites over the years but i really mean it: he's THE cancer killing this board

 

>>1875892
If they are too strong, you are too weak

 

>>1875839
It's such a pita to upload video here.
Thanks for your work anon.

 

>>1875892
>using demonrat unironically
its one thing to see retarded /pol/yps get subsumed into schizophrenic GOP boomer hivemind, but its wild to see this shit on /leftypol/. What's next, you'll start posting that one Indian republican who keeps schizoposting about how Democrats are the real racists because they shot Lincoln?

 

>>1875956
>its one thing to see retarded /pol/yps get subsumed into schizophrenic GOP boomer hivemind, but its wild to see this shit on /leftypol/. What's next, you'll start posting that one Indian republican who keeps schizoposting about how Democrats are the real racists because they shot Lincoln?
Not THE real racists, but real racists all the same.

 

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>>1875960
Go ask them?

 

>>1875960
You can just "site:theirwebsite.com + Israel or Palestine" to see what their position is.

Just pulled the first synagogue that came up on my city on google and didn't find anything on the main page so I searched "site:https://shirtikvahmn.org Israel" and found this:
https://shirtikvahmn.org/israelpalestine

>We gather as a community to mark the passage of six months of relentless destruction in Israel/Palestine and Gaza.

>six months of relentless destruction in Israel…
Little bothsidesing with some extra false equivocation thrown in for good measure but probably the best you can expect.

 

>>1875960
Why are you researching synagogues in your town? Leave the Jews alone

 

>>1876005
i'd say the same thing too, but then you'll have to remember, synagoges are where zionists sometimes sell away "empty" homes "obtained" by the israelis in the west bank through intimidation or incapacitation of it's inhabitants, as real estate.

 

>>1875960
>How do i find out if these people are zionists|?
You fucking don't and you join your regional pro Palestine campaign instead.

 

>>1876056
>just compete and play the game instead, goy!

 

>>1876005
>Why are you researching synagogues in your town? Leave the Jews alone
Because if there are pro-Zionist temples that is obviously not good and people must be made aware.
>>1876056
>You fucking don't and you join your regional pro Palestine campaign instead.
I have been since before you could point to Palestine on a map, fuck off.

 

Regarding Slovenia's recognition of Palestine, today the issue was put forward in our parliament for debate, and our local zionist party (SDS) put through an advisory referendum, which essentially means that this decision to recognize Palestine will be delayed by 30 days. This delay is gonna cost about 6 million euros, so SDS is pretty much buring that money out of spite in a weird attempt to appeal to their voting base and zionist masters. But on the other hand, this stunt seems to be biting them back in the ass, as there's a lot of opposition regarding this, so they might even take a hit in the upcoming EU elections and voter support in general.

I don't know if there's any english articles regarding this out yet, but here's one in slovenian if any of you are interested:

https://www.rtvslo.si/slovenija/sds-vlozil-nov-predlog-za-razpis-posvetovalnega-referenduma-o-priznanju-palestine/710567

 

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>>1875960
>>1876189
>how do I research my local synagogues
>people must be "made aware" of the zionist synagogues

 

>>1875604
>A large number of Iraqi security forces and counter-terrorism units arrived at the scene and opened fire on some protestors.
IRGC puppets be like

 


 

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>>1876283
>patsoc
where socialism

 

>>1876283
this is like the argument heard recently (and also ten years ago) that zionism is in fact a national liberation struggle, like the Kurds, against Arab and Islamic imperialism.

 

>>1876286
Socialism is when vanguard

 

>>1876294
>falsely slander then
how do zionists even deny colonialism when they have literally 0 semitic blood in them

 

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https://www.aa.com.tr/en/americas/one-third-of-american-jews-agree-israel-committed-genocide-in-gaza-poll/3238710#
>One-third of American Jews agree Israel committed 'genocide' in Gaza: Poll

>Over 51% of American Jews support Biden's decision to withhold arms shipments to Israel, survey finds

>Nearly one-third of American Jews agree with accusations that Israel committed “genocide” in the Gaza Strip, and 60% support the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, a new poll has found.

 

>>1876294
>their right to self-determination
They have no right to self-determination for land they stole. If anything they have the right to die now without complaining.

 

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Spooks are apparently worried about war in Lebanon soon. The Brits warned for mid June:
https://www.timesofisrael.com/liveblog_entry/lebanese-report-london-warns-beirut-that-israel-will-launch-offensive-in-mid-june/
>>1876269
Zionists in the city should be unacceptable, yes.
Retard.

 

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>Yaweh gave the land to the Jews
<Who was living there before that?
>Some people Yaweh told us to genocide

 

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>>1876292
lol no way is that actually what that poster thought?

 

>>1876327
the.vision.movement used the word twice, therefore it is true.

 

>>1876304
not even the same people retard

 

>>1876313
islamchads keep winning

 

https://archive.ph/svb6H
yes israeli media is hardly reliable but I thought this was interesting
<UK warns Lebanon of imminent war
>Meanwhile, the Hezbollah-affiliated Lebanese news outlet al-Akhbar reported that Britain has warned Lebanon that Israel will launch a large-scale offensive in mid-June whose extent and duration are not known and advised Beirut to “make the necessary provisions for the war.”

>The paper added that Nabih Berri, the speaker of Lebanon’s parliament and a Hezbollah ally, received a phone call from US special envoy Amos Hochstein last week. Hochstein reportedly told Berri that the US intends to continue negotiations “to achieve a solution” on the Israel-Lebanon border and to reach a ceasefire in Gaza, and after that, talks will begin on the outstanding points between Israel and Lebanon.


>In recent days, diplomats from various countries have warned Lebanese officials of an imminent escalation by the IDF, and have underscored that the threat is serious, al-Akhbar reported.


>Hezbollah’s deputy head Naim Qassem told Al Jazeera on Tuesday that the powerful armed group’s decision was not to widen its months-long war with Israel, but that it would fight if a full-scale war is imposed on it.


>The comments were carried in a newsflash on Al Jazeera’s broadcast ahead of the interview’s airing.

 

>>1876283
the widely acclaimed speaker, writer, journalist, and political analyst Caleb Maupin and Yehuda HaKohen should unironically link up.

 

>>1876352
Sizzlesisters….

 

>>1876352
Nothing ever happens

 

Lol, this guy when at the last minute he realizes the missile turns towards him directly.

>>1876352 see >>1876309

 

>>1876352
Israel can only invade Lebanon if the war in Gaza is over but a peace deal would directly result in the dissolution of the goverment and a political crisis within israel in any case it would result in disaster

 

>>1875630
a big part of their propaganda is how they settled their "homeland" (which they knew how to take care of, of course), and "brought water to the desert" pshh. zionist agricultural practices are whack

 

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hamas, pflp, hezbollah, anyone out there
it would be so funny if you did it, please consider this possibility
PLEASE

 

>>1876373
Might be an attempt at scuttling the americans deal and the bad press from Gaza.
It will end in disaster.

 

>>1876402
Fingers crossed for the funniest thing to happen. Heard Lonerbox is there as well!

 

Can someone summarize the history of the various two state solution and related deals/negotiations for me? I always hear zionists talk about how the Palestinians have repeatedly rejected any solutions to the """conflict""" because they just love violence or whatever

 

>>1876442
tl;dr Israel offered fake shitty deals to people who weren't in a position to accept them anyway and forever trumpets this as proof that Palestinians will settle for nothing less than blowing up the world.

 

16 settlers, including 7 IOF soldiers, were injured as a result of the fires that broke out in several settlements in northern occupied Palestine due to rockets fired by Hezbollah.

A Hamas leader to Al-Mayadeen:
No delegation from the Movement has gone to Cairo.
We did not accept what was offered to us by the mediators.
We do not want to start from scratch, and our primary condition now is official “israeli” approval of the previous proposal, otherwise there will be no rounds or discussions.
The Movement is surprised by the continuous requests of the American administration through the mediators for our approval first while the “israelis” do not agree.

A leadership source in the Palestinian resistance to Al-Mayadeen:
"Israel" has provided comments on the proposal presented by Hamas on May 6.
"Israel" insists on refusing the release of about 200 prisoners with life sentences except under its conditions.
"Israel" has accepted what Hamas insisted on regarding a permanent ceasefire, complete withdrawal, and the unconditional return of the displaced.
"Israel" rejects any guarantees for the agreement except from Egypt, Qatar, and the United States.

Al-Akhbar newspaper:
Sources in Sanaa reported to Al-Akhbar that the aircraft carrier Eisenhower was transferred off the coast of Medina to keep it further away from the range of Ansarallah fire.
They indicated that the United States was planning to carry out additional retaliatory strikes, such as a massive air attack that targeted a number of governorates under the control of Sana'a, but after the attacks against Eisenhower, it stopped those plans suddenly.

A ship carrying "israeli" weapons has rerouted to Montenegro after it was supposed to dock in Spain, following reports from Spanish human rights organizations to seize the ship.
This is the second time that Spain has blocked ships carrying weapons for the IOF, after it blocked a weapons shipment from India earlier this month.

Earlier this morning, Security Forces of the treacherous Palestinian Authority confiscated the weapons of resistance fighters in Tubas and have raided several homes in the city.
Clashes erupted between the resistance and the Security Forces as a result of the constant pursuance of wanted fighters.

 

I find it difficult and awkward to argue with arabs/muslims who support Palestinian resistance but super duper mega hate Iran, hezbollah, ansarallah, PMF etc.

 

>>1876473 (me)
Argue is the wrong word, I meant just discussing resistance to Israel and imperialism in ME generally

 

Hezbollah operations 06/03/2024:
At sunset on Sunday 2/6/2024, an aerial attack was launched with attack drones on a target south of “Liman,” where the drones arrived and exploded on the ground despite the “israeli” enemy’s attempt to intercept them with “Iron Dome” missiles, some of which landed in Nahariyya, causing damage to it.
An aerial attack was launched with a squadron of attack drones on the newly established command headquarters of the Eastern Front in the Galilee Division (“Nahal Gershom,” east of “Dishon”), targeting its command building and the locations and positions of its officers and soldiers. They hit their targets accurately, causing it to catch on fire, leaving the “israeli” enemy soldiers between dead and wounded, in response to the assassination carried out by the enemy this afternoon in the Zarariya area.
An aerial attack was launched with an attack drone on the “Metulla” site, targeting a tent, achieving a direct hit.
Targeting the “israeli” enemy’s artillery positions in Zaoura with dozens of Katyusha rockets, in response to the enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes.
After tracking and monitoring the “israeli” enemy forces in Jabal Adather, and upon spotting a military vehicle there, the fighters of the Islamic Resistance targeted it with guided missiles, achieving a direct hit, resulting in its destruction, eruption in fire, leaving its crew between dead and wounded.
Targeted a gathering of “israeli” enemy soldiers in Khallet Wardeh with rocket weapons, achieving a direct hit.
Targeted espionage equipment at the Al-Malikiyah site with artillery shells, achieving a direct hit.
Targeted a deployment of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the “Shtula” forest with artillery shells.
Targeted two buildings in which “israeli” enemy soldiers were positioned in the “Shlomi” settlement with rocket weapons, in response to the enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes, the most recent of which was in the town of Naqoura.
Targeted a deployment of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the Adather forest with rocket weapons.

 

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>>1876294
gtfo with hasabra talking points. the world is drenched in them.

 

>>1876294
>their homeland
cap

 

Zionist media preliminarily reports that an ammunition depot exploded at the "Tze'elim" base in the occupied Naqab in southern Palestine during a "training exercise." A large number of IOF soldiers have been wounded, including 6 serious injuries, and they are being airlifted to hospitals.

Settlers mobs destroyed 11 Palestinian homes in Arab Al-Mahilat in the occupied Naqab, west of Areeha.
The occupation also demolished homes in the Al-Jawaya area of Masafer Yatta near Al Khalil, where confrontations broke out between Palestinian residents and the IOF.

Zionist sources report that in recent hours, 7 injured “israelis” were transported while extinguishing fires in “Kiryat Shmona” and near occupied Safad.
90% of the "Mount Naftali's" forest has burned burned, and the fires have covered 14 square kilometers in northern occupied Palestine.
A zionist official said: “All we see now from Hezbollah are test balloons. They are trying to study our defense system, the reactions of our anti-aircraft guns, the nature and speed of the reaction. It is an educational process for them.”
Zionist media also stated that Hezbollah is not deterred, and the story of deterrence against Lebanon is over.
The head of the Jewish National Fund also stated that the damage caused by the fires in the last few days has exceeded twice the amount of the damage caused by fires in the 2006 war with Hezbollah.

In the Palestinian Authority’s continuous traitorous crimes in Tubas, earlier today, Security Forces of the PA besieged the Islamic Bank building in the city and stormed it. A resistance vehicle was then confiscated.
In response to the PA’s cowardly and persistent pursuance of the resistance, resistant youth have lit fires in the middle of the roads and closed them in Tubas in protest.

Young men threw a locally-made explosive device towards the PA Security Forces in the vicinity of the Tawheed Mosque in Tubas, while burning rubber tires continues in a number of areas, in protest against the PA Security Forces' pursuit of resistance fighters.

 

Lebanon prepared for full-scale war if 'Israel' wills it, Qassem says

Hezbollah is prepared for a full-scale war if Israel chooses to escalate the conflict in Lebanon, Deputy Secretary-General Sheikh Naim Qassem said Tuesday.

"If Israel wants to wage a full-on war, we are ready for it," Qassem said. "Any Israeli expansion of the war on Lebanon will be met with destruction, devastation, and displacement in Israel."

Qassem's remarks come as tensions between the Israeli occupation and Lebanon are peaking following a series of Israeli airstrikes in Lebanon and subsequent retaliatory attacks from Hezbollah on occupied Palestine.

Qassem also dismissed claims that UNIFIL forces are withdrawing from the Lebanese-Israeli border, saying that these reports are false.

He added that Hezbollah has only used a small fraction of its capabilities in the recent fighting and that there was no serious decision taken by the United States to halt the Israeli war on Lebanon.

Qassem also criticized US President Joe Biden's ceasefire proposals, calling them "lacking in objectivity" and suggesting they were motivated by domestic US political considerations.

Talks about considerations for an escalation in Lebanon come after recent attacks from Hezbollah set the Israeli occupation ablaze.

Israeli media highlighted the extent of the damage caused by fires resulting from rockets and drones launched by the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon - Hezbollah toward Israeli settlements in northern occupied Palestine and in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights.

The media pointed out that the fires in the occupied Golan, which broke out after the barrage of rockets launched from Lebanon toward Katzrin, caused about 10,000 dunams of land to go up in flames.

Eran Haims, director of the Upper Galilee settlement in the "Israel" Nature and Parks Authority, reported that about 1,200 dunams were burned, including approximately 750 dunams in the Naftali reserve.

Israeli media reported that 17 people, including seven soldiers, were admitted to Ziv Hospital in the north overnight due to the fires.

Sharon Levy, director of the Golan Heights settlement in the Authority, indicated that the fire caused significant damage to the Yehudiya Forest Nature Reserve and the Zavitan Stream, adding that several walking trails in the nature reserves in the settlement were also burned.

"This is significant damage, not a small fire. A fire of 10,000 acres is a big fire. Nature has the ability to recover, but the larger the fire, the slower the recovery," he mentioned.

The Authority estimated the recovery of some of the completely burned areas "will take years."

"We feel the north is in trouble," an Israeli settler in Katzrin was quoted by the Ynet news website as saying on Monday.

Regarding Hezbollah's launches, the settler said, "It's closing in on us, and we feel there's no real answer or response to this situation. We feel it's getting worse."

"The north is somewhat neglected and abandoned," the settler indicated.

Turkish exports to 'Israel' plummet 99% amid Gaza genocide

Turkey's exports to "Israel" nearly ceased in May after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's administration halted trade until sufficient humanitarian aid reached Gaza.

According to preliminary data from Turkey’s main exporters association, shipments to "Israel" plummeted 99% year-on-year to $4.4 million. The official statistics service, TurkStat, is set to release comprehensive trade data, including imports, later in June.

At the beginning of last month, the Turkish Trade Ministry announced that trade relations with "Israel" would be suspended until Tel Aviv allowed for the "uninterrupted and sufficient flow" of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

The decision comes in response to the ongoing Israeli genocide in Gaza.

Turkish exports to "Israel" have dropped by 40% in the first five months compared to the same period last year, as per data provided by Turkey Exporters Assembly.

Before the outbreak of the ongoing Israeli aggression on Gaza, Ankara and Tel Aviv were in the process of normalizing their relations following a decade of tensions. The Israeli Economy Ministry reported that the total trade volume between them was $6.8 billion last year.

It is worth noting that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan escalated his criticism of "Israel" following significant losses for his ruling party in March's local elections across the nation. Part of the blame for these setbacks has been attributed to the government's relatively restrained reaction to the Israeli genocide in Gaza.

10K dunams up in flames by Hezbollah rocket, drone fire: Israeli media

Israeli media highlighted the extent of the damage caused by fires resulting from rockets and drones launched by the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon - Hezbollah toward Israeli settlements in northern occupied Palestine and in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights.

The media pointed out that the fires in the occupied Golan, which broke out after the barrage of rockets launched from Lebanon toward Katzrin, caused about 10,000 dunams of land to go up in flames.

Eran Haims, director of the Upper Galilee settlement in the "Israel" Nature and Parks Authority, reported that about 1,200 dunams were burned, including approximately 750 dunams in the Naftali reserve.

Israeli media reported that 17 people, including seven soldiers, were admitted to Ziv Hospital in the north overnight due to the fires.

Sharon Levy, director of the Golan Heights settlement in the Authority, indicated that the fire caused significant damage to the Yehudiya Forest Nature Reserve and the Zavitan Stream, adding that several walking trails in the nature reserves in the settlement were also burned.

"This is significant damage, not a small fire. A fire of 10,000 acres is a big fire. Nature has the ability to recover, but the larger the fire, the slower the recovery," he mentioned.

The Authority estimated the recovery of some of the completely burned areas "will take years."

"We feel the north is in trouble," an Israeli settler in Katzrin was quoted by the Ynet news website as saying on Monday.

Regarding Hezbollah's launches, the settler said, "It's closing in on us, and we feel there's no real answer or response to this situation. We feel it's getting worse."

 

>>1876583
Why is Hezbollah and Lebanon being used interchangeably here? Is there something I should know?

 

Hezbollah operations 06/04/2024:
9:15: targeted the "Ramim" barracks with artillery shells.
Launched an air attack with a squadron of attack drones on the 810th Hermon Brigade in the "Maale Golani" barracks in the occupied Syrian Golan, targeting the locations and settlements of enemy officers and soldiers, and they achieved confirmed casualties, in response to the assassination carried out by the enemy in the town of Naqoura.
15:50: targeted a deployment of zionist enemy soldiers in the "Netua" forest with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
16:40: targeted the Al-Naqoura naval site with artillery shells, hitting it directly.
16:40: targeted a deployment of zionist enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the "Tayhat Triangle" with rocket weapons.
16:50: targeted a gathering of zionist enemy soldiers in the “Baram” forest with artillery shells and achieved a direct hit.
Targeted the newly-established headquarters of the "Liman" Battalion with artillery shells, achieving a direct hit, in response to the assassination carried out by the zionist enemy in the town of Naqoura today.
16:55: targeted a deployment of zionist enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Ramtha site in the occupied Lebanese Kfar Shuba hills with rocket weapons.
17:05: targeted the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with artillery shells, achieving a direct hit.
20:00: targeted a deployment of zionist enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Zebdine barracks in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with rocket weapons.

 

>>1876603
In a lot of ways, hezbollah is to south lebanon what hamas is to gaza. it's defacto the state in large parts of the country (provides social services, welfare, etc) and has an army which dwarfs the national army.

 

>>1876634
Why hasn't the left been able to replicate this state within a state strategy?

 

>>1876352
>Britain has warned Lebanon that Israel will launch a large-scale offensive in mid-June
Yeah I think they're going to do it. I was watching Eylon Levy (an Israeli news anchor for i24, which is aimed at overseas audiences) interview a former IDF colonel who was, basically, walking the audience into a war in Lebanon or setting the groundwork. Not explicit in terms of "we're going to invade Lebanon in a few months" but basically they're going to invade Lebanon in a few months. There is nothing in this video that is actually worth listening to as information, it is a manufactured info-propaganda "product" to shape minds, but I thought I'd post it because it's something that struck me at the time. Kind of a data point in the Israelis gearing up to do this.

>>1876373
>Israel can only invade Lebanon if the war in Gaza is over
If I were Hezbollah, I would not make that assumption.

 

>>1875892
That's someone else using the flag. But anyways if I were Nasrallah I'd be preparing for war right now.

 

>>1876424
I'm not sure. I wouldn't be surprised if the Israeli reasoning is probably pretty simple: they think another war with Hezbollah is inevitable, that Hezbollah is a threat to them, and so therefore LET'S INVADE LEBANON. Not a moment too soon! These people are fucking maniacs. But I also think the Israeli government, Bibi etc. are also cynical and dark people. Selfish. They give nothing and take everything (which is a pretty selfish way to be). The Israeli public has been in a lunatic froth since October so they're easier to maneuver and are more willing to accept sending the army into the mountains of southern Lebanon. It's like the U.S. after 9/11.

 

>>1875956
are you implying that the democrats aren't racists? if not what are you trying to say?
what's the issue with calling them demonKKKrats?

 

>>1876661
It's called "soft disclosure".

 

>>1876661
>Eylon Levy
Isn't that the loser that >did it for free after he got terminated for egregiously lying to a conservative UK MP

 

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>>1876352
Why would a Western country warn Lebanon that Israel is gonna invade them? It apparently goes against their interest.

 

>>1876661
>If I were Hezbollah, I would not make that assumption.

considering the amount of operations hezbollah has recently conducted they are almost certainly fully mobilized for an invassion it's just not likely it would happen unless israel has more troops available and doesn't have to worry about attacks from gaza

 

>>1876709
to scare them into stopping their attacks most likely

 

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>>1876699
He did have a British accent and I didn't know that. I guess he failed his way to Israel.

>>1876709
Damn good question. But Western countries also have interests in Lebanon. They fund a lot of the Lebanon army, they might have wanted to let "their people" in Lebanon know. But yeah, I dunno. I doubt Israeli troops would go north of the Litani but if it's anything like the last war they will bomb the bejesus out of south Beirut and hit the airport.

Interesting anecdote in Israel Hayom, a right-wing Israeli paper, about Jumblatt hearing things. Jumblatt is the Druze leader and an interesting character in Lebanese politics.

>Meanwhile, former Lebanese minister Walid Jumblatt said he heard concerns about Israel's intentions towards Lebanon during his recent visit to Qatar.

https://www.israelhayom.com/2024/06/03/report-hezbollah-get-warning-on-mid-june-israeli-attack/

 

A shitty map but this was 2006

 

This is a better one at the final positions before the cease fire.

 

>>1876636
Lebanon's government is uniquely decentralized, sectarian, and dysfunctional (by design, no less), it's not something that can be imitated in countries without those conditions.

 


 

>>1876717
I hope they received a LOT of old Soviet mines to leg status the IDF.

 


 

>>1876309
Is Israel retarded enough to antagonize Arabs even further?

 

>>1876613
Why are Israelis keeping troops on the border in such quantities that they keep get pummelled? Is Lebanon planning a blitzkrieg against Israel (draw enemy to the border, then penetrate into the rear and encircle and have a carte blanche to do anything they want because the enemy have destroyed their own troops by massing in such a stupid way?)

 

i think bibi has realized that politically speaking, his best bet is just to put the pedal to the floor, max escalation. force america to either come to their rescue or call their bluff, which means the end of israel and samson.

>>1876798
>>1876797

 

If the IDF were (miraculously) able to finish their invasion back in January or just claimed their show of force as a victory and retreated, they probably would have gotten away with it, to a degree, instead of radicalizing the Western youth, fucking up their university connections and being officially branded by global "courts of justice" as genocidal.

They doubled (tripled (quadrupled)) down and now they're paying the price. I don't think their imperial NATO allies will abandon them, but it's making it harder for them to give support.

 

>>1876814
Haven't they also fucked over their own economy? Like most Non-burger states don't want to make big deals with Zionazis as long as they commit their genocide. I don't know how big Turkey was for the zionazi entity but if China and most of the east will follow their example it might as well be over for them whether they will miraculously kill and displace all Palestinians or not

 

>>1876814
the problem is you CAN'T abandon them. samson is absolutely real, standing doctrine in the entity. they will take the entire world down with them.

 

>>1876798
I occasionally see people here mention something about a major offensive into Israel from Hezbollah. This has 99.9% chances of not happening IMO. Hezbollah's strength is defensive, on their home ground, where the population supports and knows them. Any offensive into Israel would be limited to objectives like, say, raiding a base to capture soldiers, or in what I imagine would be the most significant offensive action they would take, reoccupying the Shebaa Farms. But if there is a war, Hezbollah will play to its' strength by staying on the defensive. The Israelis have their troops on the border to prevent an Oct 7 style raid or infiltration of small groups to carry out attacks on settlements and army bases further south, and to lay the groundwork for any future offensive into Lebanon.

 

>>1876819
>they will take the entire world down with them.
They can't even take down Gaza.

 

>>1876835
they have ICBMs and have had them for decades, you know.

 

>>1876840
Who are they gonna attack without big retaliation that would kill them? Cuba?

 

>>1876846
Spain and Ireland

 

>>1876846
samson assumes the entity is about to collapse, it's taking the entire world with them. retaliation is irrelevant at that point, it's like detonating a suicide vest.

 

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>>1876397
cedars and pine are both conifers, but they're not the same, you idiot.

 

>>1876840
What kind of damage, realistically, could that do to 'the entire world'? They're not magic.
They'd have more power in just using Mossad insider info to fuck over Western politicians and their intelligence out of spite for 'betraying them'.

 

>>1876849
That would require the zionist entity being completely isolated and since it's a lapdog of the burger state that obviously want happen. There is most likely intel on whether the zionist entity wants to commit sudoku taking everyone with them or not killing them before they kill anyone else.

 

>>1876840
>>1876835
how many nukes do they actually have though? because most major powers have defenses specifically created to counter icbms

 

>>1876869
they have around 400 nukes, so a lot. even if we assume they only do ICBM and sub launched .yes, they have sub launched nukes now btw, america just let them do this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popeye_(missile)#Popeye_Turbo_Submarine_Launched_Cruise_Missile

but even if we just do 100, they can vaporize the 100 most populated cities in the world, that is a lot of fuckin damage my man. or, they could focus on 3-4 countries and wipe them out. they have enough nukes they could do lots of damage. keep in mind, if someone did this, the economy also totally collapses. the world basically falls into chaos.

 

>>1876880

400+.

they have sub launched now too. they just revealed it recently.

 

>>1876882
Ah fug. Thanks for the info.

Even if some countries have anti-ICBM, it's still bad news.

 

Zioaccelerationist Posadism will win

 

>>1876892
yeah. imagine the damage. dont even think just in terms of bodycount, but in terms of economic damage. one ship getting stuck in a canal cost the capitalists billions. what happens if the zionists nuke the 5 biggest ports in the world? they could do that. they have enough through sheer brute force.

they do something like that, and the entire world economy collapses. the catastrophe would likely be worse than just a nuclear attack on cities.

 

>>1876882
Dude if they launch nukes they are likely to start a nuclear exchange (everyone launching nukes). If that happens it's game over.

 


 

Did they ever find South Africa's nukes? I have huge suspicions that the zionist entity is just bluffing

 

>>1876914

yep, and even if that fails they have enough nukes to starve the world and bring down the economy. globalized capitalism doesnt need much of a shove to come tumbling down. wipe out some big ports, some canals, maybe shoot mecca just to be maniacs. the world is fucked.

 

>>1876923
yeah afaik south africas nukes were actually all accounted for by soviet inspectors.

 

>>1876798
>Why are Israelis keeping troops on the border in such quantities that they keep get pummelled?
Israel says 18 troops have been killed on the northern border since the fighting started which is negligible over the period we're talking about and in terms of the overall force structure arrayed along the border. The bigger problem for Israel is that Hezbollah can sneak up to the border and lob missiles into northern Israel. Israel bombs inside Lebanon so there's a border war that is still going on, but Hezbollah has effectively depopulated a strip of northern Israel and forced tens of thousands of Israelis south, and I don't think Hezbollah has had to use much of its arsenal to do it. (The same is true in reverse though, tens of thousands of Lebanese have moved north to escape Israeli bombing.)

>>1876825
>Hezbollah's strength is defensive, on their home ground, where the population supports and knows them … if there is a war, Hezbollah will play to its' strength by staying on the defensive.
Yes. This. Hezbollah is deeply rooted in the local population and emerged as a resistance force to drive the Israelis out of southern Lebanon in the 80s and 90s. Southern Lebanon is also hilly and rugged which has vexed invaders for thousands of years. Israel has had the advantage in this border war so far because they have an air force. Hezbollah has lost more than 300 soldiers and those numbers come from Hezbollah (they publicly announce their deaths), although I don't think that makes much of a difference in terms of their overall force either. But if Israel invades southern Lebanon then Hezbollah will have many opportunities to surprise them.

 

How long until there's a ceasefire in Gaza? All the news I'm seeing from the pro-Israel side is claiming the IOF is almost finished in Gaza and will move on to invading Lebanon next.

 

Here's an old Al Jazeera recap of the troubles Israel had in 2006 in Lebanon along with footage of Merkava tanks being hit with Hezbollah anti-tank missiles. It's some really gnarly terrain. Lots of rocks. Hezbollah's soldiers can hide in crevices and behind slopes – the "reverse slope" defense is used to great effect in this kind of war – while also having spotters who can see the Israelis coming. As the Israelis cross over a ridge, they can be ambushed from below from a considerable distance away by soldiers hidden in the rocks, dugouts, structures, or under trees.

 

>>1876402
you want them to come over to destiny to debate him Right?
Respectfully argue in the free marketplace of ideas…. right?

 

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>>1876944
They also have very extensive tunnels.

 

Apparently the Zionists are calling up their reserves for Lebanon. Are they really that insane?

 

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>>1877060
Any "state" that burns children alive and posts shit like this tends to be insane, yes.

 

>>1876860
>The Pinaceae (/pɪˈneɪsiːˌiː, -siˌaɪ/), or pine family, are conifer trees or shrubs

 

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>>1877060
>Apparently the Zionists are calling up their reserves for Lebanon. Are they really that insane?
Greater Israel shall be truly great.

 

>people seriously discussing the samsung option

They won't nuke shit, it's just rhetoric diarrhea. These weapons won't be used in Palestine or Southern Lebanon for obvious reasons. If shit hits the fan, I'll tell you what will happen: Mossad officials, shin bet officials, army officials and politicians will get their luggage and move to fascistland (USA, probably Florida), not before deleting all the data that confirms all their crimes against humanity since 1948 . Also hundreds of thousands of white jews will flee to Europe or the US.

A person that works in tech and lives in occupied Jaffa is not wiling to go suicidal. It's a retarded idea.

 

>>1877100
>A person that works in tech and lives in occupied Jaffa is not wiling to go suicidal. It's a retarded idea.
National security ideology trades masses of human lives for symbolic permanence. It's stupid Aztec shit but more advanced.

 

It's been kinda hard to not fall into despair with the US and Germany standing so firmly behind the Zionazi entity while the rest do the bare minimum being too cucked to properly sanction it.

 

>>1877109
Germany would be the last country to abandon the Zionist project, last here includes the US as well as Israel itself.

 

>>1877106
It's a possibility, but I'm more inclined to believe that people will just flee, little by little, once they realize they won't have military supremacy over the region.

The material conditions, etc

 

>>1877100
>>people seriously discussing the samsung option
Nobody was talking about Samson.
1/10 try harder.

 

>>1877119
Of course Aztec sacrifice depends on several people truly believing that human sacrifice is a valuable action, and who are willing to play their defined roles in that biopolitical economy.

 

>>1877070
Ooh sweaty, Jews have always were natives to those lands, you are being antisemitic

 

>>1877060
They will get mauled again if they go up against Hezbollah now.

 

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How cursed is this?

 

>>1877262
Not cursed at all. The genocidal entity has always appropriated nazi aesthetics.

 

>>1876882
This was discussed here after they attacked the Iranian embassy in Syria and Iran retaliated. An anon said that Israels nukes are air launched and that they don't have icbms. It seems unlikely that they have 400 icbms and sub launched nukes, provided by western powers that would themselves get nuked by the Samson option. It seems more likely that western powers would maintain some kind of control instead of handing nuke systems to red heifer psychos.

 

>>1877123
ctrl+F retard

 


 

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Deaths and serious injuries in a Hezbollah operation targeting the Horfish base in Galilee
The Islamic Resistance in Lebanon - Hezbollah announced that its Mujahideen launched an air attack with a squadron of assault drones on a newly established community south of the “Elkosh” settlement (Horfesh, according to the Israeli name, is located in the Western Galilee, close to the Palestinian-Lebanese border, northwest of the city of Safed).

The resistance confirmed that it targeted the locations and settlements of the occupation officers and soldiers, and caused direct hits there, which led to them being killed or wounded.

The resistance said in its statement that the targeting comes in support of our steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and in support of their brave and honorable resistance, and in response to the Israeli occupation’s attacks and assassinations carried out, especially yesterday in the town of Naqoura.

Israeli media reported a dangerous escalation in the north on the border with Lebanon, announcing the targeting of the Horfesh military base in the Western Galilee, resulting in deaths and injuries.

The Israeli media reported that Hezbollah targeted a gathering of soldiers in Horfish, and that upon the arrival of the army's rescue and ambulance forces, the place was targeted for the second time, confirming that the bombing of the base was carried out using missiles and drones.



The Israeli media acknowledged the killing of two soldiers and the injury of 24 others so far in targeting “Hourfish,” including dangerous and hopeless cases, describing the attack on “Hourfish” as the most difficult in the north since the start of the war, and that there is difficulty in evacuating casualties from the area.

He added, "What is particularly worrying is that there are still victims in the incident who cannot be evacuated for fear of Hezbollah fire."

Three new helicopters landed to transport more casualties among the occupation soldiers.

Likewise, the Israeli media said that the success of the attack without the sirens sounding was due to Hezbollah’s success in targeting the army’s radar system and the Iron Dome batteries, stressing that “this is a well-planned and integrated attack by Hezbollah and not a random accident.”

The Israeli Channel 13 said that the Horfish area had not been evacuated, and that Hezbollah knew this, and that the party had expanded its drone attacks beyond the “line of contact.”

The "Israeli Army" said in a statement that the sirens were not activated in "Horfesh", indicating that the incident is under investigation.

Israeli media said that there are difficult questions in “Israel” about why the drones were not detected before they exploded and the sirens were not sounded.

Al-Mayadeen's correspondent in southern Lebanon reported earlier that an Israeli military base in Western Galilee was the target that was subjected to direct fire from Lebanon.

Our correspondent later reported that renewed fire had been launched from Lebanon towards a target in the Western Galilee.

 

National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:
Our fighters have destroyed an "israeli" armored personnel carrier and continue to shell enemy positions with mortars and rockets.
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 confirming that fighters from the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces destroyed an "israeli" enemy personnel carrier and continue to shell its positions with mortars and rockets. Here are the details:
First: Fighters from the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces succeeded in targeting an "israeli" enemy armored personnel carrier near Abu Al-Eid roundabout in the Sultan neighborhood west of Rafah. They hit it directly with an anti-armor shell, leading to its destruction and resulting in deaths and injuries among those inside.
Second: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces targeted the "Sofa" support site east of Rafah with short-range 107mm rockets, accurately hitting their targets.
Third: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces, in coordination with Saraya Al-Quds (the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine), shelled "israeli" enemy gatherings in the "Netzarim" axis with heavy mortar shells, accurately hitting their targets.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media
5/6/2024

Settlers spread around Damascus Gate and the neighborhoods of the Old City, storming Al-Aqsa and attacking Palestinians with the protection of the occupation police during the so-called zionist "flag march." As the zionist flag march in Al Quds gets underway, herds of settlers have started it by attacking Palestinian journalist Saif Al-Qawasmi. A number of armed settlers have also arrived to participate in the march, protected by 3,000 zionist officers.

The UKMTO reports that a ship was attacked 50 nautical miles southwest of Al-Shuqaiq, Saudi Arabia.
The Master of a merchant vessel reported a major explosion occurring nearby on the port side of the ship.

11 soldiers and settlers are wounded in the settlement of "Hurfesh" in northern occupied Palestine with at least one critical case, as a result of a complex resistance operation targeting a field that was turned into a military base, according to zionist sources.
After the rescue force arrived following the first attack, a drone targeted the site again, leading to more casualties.
Three helicopters are being used now to evacuate the wounded in what zionist media is describing as a "serious event."

The number of seriously wounded soldiers in the "Hurfesh" operation in northern occupied Palestine has increased to 5, with a total of at least 11 wounded, according to zionist sources.
It is reported that a rocket hit the military base, followed by a drone.
It is noteworthy that "Hurfesh" has not been evacuated yet, but Hezbollah's operations in recent weeks have expanded beyond the typical circle of fire.

2 soldiers have been killed by the operation targeting an IOF military base base in "Hurfesh" in northern occupied Palestine, according to zionist media. Over 20 soldiers were wounded, with 5 in serious condition.

 

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>>1877279
>>1877286
>I couldnt resist

 

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>>1877125
>>1877106
stop comparing honorable human sacrifices with genocidal insanity

 

>>1877125
Oh, I saw an essay video on human sacrifice thingy. Just like so many, many other things, it probably was much milder and humane thing than what Westoids have conjured up to justify their genocide of natives

 


 

>>1877262
"I'm red-blue colorblind"

 

EI podcast was very good today, loets of good things in it.
Elmer's piece starts at 1:50 if you want to only see the military stuff, covering Battle of Jabalia and etc.

 

Zionist media reports that a soldier was wounded in the bombing of "Ramot Naftali" in northeastern occupied Palestine "while running to a protected area."

101 martyrs have ascended as a result of the IOF's escalated bombing of the central Gaza Strip in the last 24 hours, according to Al-Jazeera.

The electricity has cut off in large parts of northwestern occupied Palestine after a heavy Burkan missile made direct impact on an IOF site in "Arab Al-Aramsheh" in northwestern occupied Palestine, immediately leading to a fire.

 

>>1877312
I actually watched one of this guys videos, it was quite good. It was about the conquest of the americas and he was very critical of the sources and of the great man view of history that he showed.
I think that guy is probably a leftist on stealth.
Sorry for off topic ISG shit.

 

>>1877264
>It seems unlikely that they have 400 icbms and sub launched nukes
I think FAS is a reliable source for nuke info and they believe Israel has 90 nuclear warheads (but with enough fissile material for 200 that's stored in reserve) and the systems to deliver them include a mix of aircraft, land-based Jericho ballistic missiles, and possibly submarine-launched cruise missiles (the Popeye).
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00963402.2021.2014239

>>1877100
>They won't nuke shit, it's just rhetoric diarrhea.
Some of the "Israel will nuke the whole world" stuff is a bit much.

>>1877060
>Apparently the Zionists are calling up their reserves for Lebanon. Are they really that insane?
They're cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs. For a lot of Israelis it's all Moses and Masada. These folks are steeped in the story of Masada. Everything else is loser talk. "Israel will engage aggressively on five different fronts and win all of them! I hope Egypt also acts up, they're overdue for an ass-kicking!" says an otherwise mild-mannered, academic Israeli liberal. Bibi also wants to stay in power so he sticks with the right wing, and their right wing is also crazy, worse even than American fringe right-wing Christian dominionists.

 

>>1877435
Video anon how many double-kills have we had from resistance snipers so far?

 

>>1877454
on the death cult aspects of zionism.
many of these parents expressed a wish their children were dead instead of falling to the Palestinians. one of the fathers said it to his daughters face, and then went on a unhinged rant about how these women are carrying rape babies, terrorist babies, which will then get born.

 

>>1877262
The one on the right is just the Civil Ensign of Israel.

 

>>1877467
Not many, I'd guess. It's not something that happens much under any circumstances and I only recall seeing one time recently when one shot hit two soldiers (which the Israelis claimed, as I recall, killed one and wounded the other).

 

>>1877478
Yea, i was thinking at best two serious wounds, good to hear one died. 'Double kill' sounds better than 'double wound', they might as well be dead now.
Electronic Intifada said they had seen 2, i have only seen i think that one you posted in the last week.
Wondered if there were more.

 

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No peace in Middle East without a Palestinian state: Vladimir Putin
The Russian president says Moscow is ready to help resolve the crisis in Gaza, and peace cannot be achieved without the creation of an independent state of Palestine.

Putin made the comments as he met senior editors from international news agencies at Russia’s flagship annual economic forum in St Petersburg.

Israel’s answer to Hamas’s attack “looks like the total destruction of civilians”, Putin said, adding he considers the status quo a result of “the total failure of the United States”.


Thousands of Israelis march through Jerusalem, some attacking Palestinians
Thousands of Israelis have joined a march through occupied East Jerusalem, with some attacking Palestinians and shouting racist slogans, as part of an annual demonstration marking Israel’s occupation of the city.

Footage shared by local journalists on Wednesday showed young men and teenagers chanting, “Death to the Arabs” and “May your village burn”.
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2024/6/5/thousands-of-israelis-march-through-jerusalem-some-attacking-palestinians


srael ‘prepared for very intense operation’ near Lebanon
Prime Minister Netanyahu says Israel is “prepared for a very intense operation” along its border with Lebanon, where Israeli troops have exchanged near daily fire with Hezbollah fighters for almost eight months.

“One way or another, we will restore security to the north,” Netanyahu said during a visit to the border area.

Israeli Chief of the General Staff Herzi Halevi said on Tuesday that the army is ready to move to an offensive in the north. The hostilities have been the worst between Israel and Hezbollah since they went to war in 2006, and tens of thousands of people on both sides of the border have been forced to leave their homes.
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2024/6/5/netanyahu-says-israel-prepared-for-very-intense-operation-near-lebanon


Yemen’s Houthis target three vessels in Red Sea and Arabian Sea
The group’s military spokesman Yahya Saree says Houthi fighters carried out military operations targeting three ships.

Saree said two of the vessels belonged to companies “that violated the ban on sailing to the ports of occupied Palestine, and another ship was American”.


Biden trying to box Netanyahu into accepting the proposal’
The decision to announce the US-Israeli ceasefire roadmap unilaterally – an unusual step for the United States to take with a close ally – was deliberate, US officials say, and narrowed the room for Israel or Hamas to back away from the deal.

“We didn’t ask permission to announce the proposal,” an unnamed senior US official told Reuters news agency.

“We informed the Israelis we were going to give a speech on the situation in Gaza. We did not go into great detail about what it was.”

US President Joe Biden’s announcement and his framing of the proposal as a deal “Israel has offered” was intended to raise hopes for a ceasefire and put pressure on Netanyahu, according to Jeremi Suri, from the University of Texas at Austin, who said, “Biden is trying to box Netanyahu into accepting the proposal.”

An unnamed Israeli official said nobody can prevent Israel from destroying Hamas. “The notion that pressure will cause Israel to act in contrast to its national interest is silly. The pressure should be put on Hamas,” the official said.

 

bruh. filter the gay nazi and glow and this thread is DEAD.
lmao

 

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The Almighty said: "And Allah will surely support those who support Him. Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Mighty."
This is the Truth of Allah, the Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people and in response to the crimes of the zionist enemy against the displaced in the Rafah area of the Gaza Strip, and as part of expanding military operations in the fourth phase of escalation and in response to the American-British aggression on our country
The naval forces, missile forces, and the drone air force carried out three military operations in the Red and Arabian Seas as follows:
Two operations in the Red Sea targeted two ships: the "Roza" and the "Vantage Dream," both belonging to companies that violated the ban on entering ports in occupied Palestine. These two operations were carried out with several missiles and drones.
The third operation targeted the American ship "Maersk Seletar" with several drones in the eastern Arabian Sea.
The Yemeni Armed Forces, with the help of Allah Almighty, will continue to carry out their military operations in support and victory of the oppressed Palestinian people until the aggression is stopped and the siege on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs. He is the best protector and the best helper.
Long live Yemen, free, honorable, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 28 Dhu al-Qi'dah 1445 AH
Corresponding to June 5, 2024
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces

Families of zionist prisoners held in Gaza have set fires and blocked "Begin Street" near the "Ministry of Defense" in "Tel Aviv" to demand the overthrow of the government and to pressure them to complete a prisoner exchange deal with the Palestinian resistance.

For the second day in a row, young men in Tubas light fires to block off the streets in protest of the actions of the traitorous Palestinian Authority against the resistance in the last week, which includes abduction and seizure of weapons and vehicles.
PA Forces beat and arrested a young man less than an hour ago, and PA Special Forces are invading buildings in the city.

 

>>1877471
Zionism isn't a death cult. Its just a fanatical form of settler nationalism. In theory, every modern nation-state is capable of genocide and their population would be exactly the same as most Israelis. People tend to obey their government. Israel isn't unusual. All that makes it different is that its a settler colonial state. The state is by nature violent, authoritarian, murderous, and evil. There's no way around it.

 

Hezbollah operations 06/05/2024:
On Tuesday, June 4, 2024, targeted a gathering of zionist enemy soldiers in "Hanita" forest with rocket weapons.
09:00: targeted a gathering of zionist enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the “Birkat Risha” site with rocket weapons.
12:10: after monitoring and observing the "israeli" enemy forces at the "Malikiyah" site, ambushed a group of enemy soldiers as they entered the site, targeting them with artillery shells and hitting them directly.
14:00: targeted an "Iron Dome" platform in the "Ramot Naftali" barracks with a guided missile and hit it directly, resulting in its destruction.
15:45: targeted the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Kfar Shuba Hills with rocket weapons, hitting it directly.
Targeted the location where "israeli" enemy soldiers were stationed in the Al-Baghdadi site with an attack drone, achieving confirmed casualties among their ranks.
Targeted a deployment of enemy "israeli" soldiers in the vicinity of the Zebdine site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with a rocket barrage.
Targeted a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers in the vicinity of "Al-Malikiyah" site, with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
17:53: targeted an "israeli" enemy soldier deployment in the "Baram" forest with rocket weapons, hitting them directly
Launched an aerial attack using a squadron of assault drones on a newly established gathering south of the settlement of “Elkosh.” The attack targeted the positions and deployments of the enemy’s officers and soldiers, resulting in direct hits and inflicting deaths and injuries among them, in response to the aggressions and assassinations carried out by the "israeli" enemy, specifically yesterday in the town of Naqoura.

 

A leadership source in Saraya Al-Quds - Tubas Brigade revealed in an interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed the threats they received from the traitorous Palestinian Authority Security Forces, indicating a decision to carry out assassinations and shooting at any Brigade member who does not comply with the the PA's "law."
For the last two months, the PA has intensively installed security checkpoints across Tubas, matching the pace of the resistance's escalation against the IOF in the city.
The source said that the PA is trying to eliminate resistance activity, in alignment with "israeli" interests. The PA has reinforced hundreds of personnel and armored vehicles and are stationed across the city, its towns, and camps.
Over the last week, clashes erupted between the PA Forces and resistance fighters in the city, following the PA's attempted abduction of resistance fighters. The resistance targeted the car of the Director of Operations of the PA Intelligence following an incident, and dozens of young men blocked and are still blocking roads to hinder the Security Forces' attempts to pursue the resistance fighters.
The PA has tried to abduct members of the Tubas Brigade since its inception on July 17th, 2022 following an IOF raid on Tubas. Despite this, the Tubas Brigade has only grown stronger two years later, especially since Al-Aqsa Flood: the Tubas Brigade carried out 45 significant operations from January to April of this year.
In less than a month, the PA have attempted to arrest prominent wanted fighters three times.
The source described May 6th, when PA Forces saw a vehicle of a Brigade member and chased him before his escape. At that time, the PA seized his vehicle and ammunition. The events escalated into armed clashes, with the PA Forces claiming that if the Brigade had not responded to the incident, they would have returned the ammunition and the vehicle.
On May 31st, the PA abducted the wanted Bakr Al-Abbas and seized his weapon. The Brigade leader stated, "We did not respond to the arrest of Al-Abbas, hoping that they would fulfill their promise to release him, as they claimed in the previous incident, but that did not happen."
The situation worsened after the PA Security Forces attempted to abduct fighter Ahmed Abu Dawas, following a raid on the house he was thought to be in. Only some ammunition was taken, and the PA Forces set up checkpoints and searched vehicles to find him.
20 fighters in the Tubas Brigade are wanted by both the IOF and PA, highlighting the PA's work as a contractor for their zionist masters. The source noted how this constrains resistance activities, since evading pursuit by the PA is harder than by the IOF due to the PA's internal checkpoints in the city and the ability to predict IOF invasions.
This week, the PA seized a large amount of weapons and ammunition and dismantled explosive devices meant to confront the IOF.
The source stated, "The intensity of pursuits increases with the quantity and type of resistance actions against the occupation and decreases with a decline in resistance activities. The current phase sees a variety of methods in targeting occupation forces, including direct shooting, planting explosives, and a new method of rigging vehicles that approach occupation forces."
Regarding the Tubas Brigade's message to the PA Security Forces, the source stated, "Our message is clear: stay out of our way with the occupation because the [Palestinian Authority] is not our target. But if someone wants to kill us, we will not welcome them with roses. If there is a raid on a house or a location of a wanted fighter by masked individuals, there won't be time to identify whether the intruders are special occupation forces or PA Forces, and thus we will respond with gunfire."
The source ended by affirming that the IOF suffered heavy losses in its last three raids of Tubas, stating that this is just a small sample of what is being prepared, and emphasizing the coordination between all resistance brigades in Tubas, Jenin, and Tulkarem.

 

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>>1877581
iron dome eliminated, excellent shot lads

 

>>1877454
Yeah if Israel really had some game-changing nuclear upper hand the Iranians would have invited the world press to watch nuclear tests in the Kavir 10+ years ago.

They have a few dozen bombs, all concentrated in a very small area. If it ever came to a point where the Samson option was genuinely on the table, every country in the Middle East would flatten all known and potential storage sites (and most of Israel proper) within hours. And that's just if the west doesn't beat them to it.

As much as American politicians pay tribute to the Zionism, the actual state apparatus has no real ideology beyond its own perpetuation. A puppet state going crazy and trying to use nukes despite universal global opposition would mean a permanent end to American legitimacy in world affairs at the very least. You're more likely to see American bombs flattening Tel Aviv than Israeli nukes falling over any city in any country.

 

>>1877539
Shut the fuck up lmao

 

>>1877539
Anarchists in charge of always having the dumbest, but most self-assured take in the room

 

>>1877654
Some of those sites may be underwater.

>>1877665
>institutions can be redeemed
Aristocratic idealism with retarded Greek characteristics

 

>>1877665
That's not how that meme works. You say the thing somebody's in charge of that they are notoriously bad at doing. By the logic of the meme, you are saying anarchists are bad at having dumb but self-assured takes. You should have said something like
>anarchists in charge of not being moralist
But you can't even dunk correctly lol

 

A highly-explosive car bomb was detonated by resistance fighters at the Tayaseer checkpoint in Tubas.
The impact of the explosion was reported to have been heard in Jenin and Nablus, with local reports classifying it as a “serious security incident.” Residents in Tubas have also described the ground shaking during the blast.
Local sources indicate that occupation ambulances are now arriving at the scene.
This operation comes even in the backdrop of the Palestinian Authority’s abductions of resistance fighters and confiscation of their equipment which has escalated especially within the past week.
Despite the PA’s and IOF’s persecution, the resistance in Tubas, and across all of Palestine, will continue to prevail.
The resistance fighters of Tubas who executed the operation have stated that the “action was carried out in response to the settlers' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Rafah massacre” and followed the reasoning behind the operation with a message to the Palestinian Authority: “We don’t care about the actions taken by the [PA] Security Forces to persecute us and tighten the noose around us. Do as you wish, for our goal is clear, and we do not fear death, whether it comes at your hands or those of the enemy.”

 

>>1877667
The Zionists have sub launched cruise missiles so yes. >>1877654
They can't destroy the silos and frankly the IOF could probably beat all their neighbors air forces combined. The Zionists can do samson and absolutely no one who could stop them (NATO) would. They will do it btw. These are insane death worshipping fascists.

 

>>1877682
From what video game did you learn those mechanics of war?

 

>>1877264
Lmao the AmeriKKKans are even more insane than the red heifer freaks.

 

>>1877684
I don't think it's even possible theoretically to bomb an underground silo out of commission. You underestimate just how strongly built these are. None of the entity's neighbors could stop them and America absolutely would not

 

>>1875005
If that's the clip where he says that they should just let Israel and the evangelical assrimmers blow up the mosque and build the temple so they can see nothing happens, I don't believe that would stop anything. They would just say they did it wrong and conveniently find something else they'd have to blow up. They're not rational. The biggest thing is that they claim it's based off prophecy from a book, but Judaism and Christianity both are not preserved texts. They have manipulated and changed the texts over the years, such as Ezra. What would happen is that some rabbi would "suddenly" find some "new" shit in the "old" texts and then it would just become that. Then, looking even briefly at online evangelical or Jewish spaces, the hatred for Arabs is so accepted it would most definitely involve wiping out more Arabs. I mean I was googling because I forgot the name "Ezra" and the first reddit post I saw was a Jewish person saying the Arab race isn't "valid," with the implication that you can't be racist to it. That was just r/judaism too, nothing explicitly zionist.

>>1875055
He wants to make it in mainstream comedy so he doesn't touch that shit.

 

Love how none of you retards have yet realized that Israel does not exist. It is nothing but an American military base. They do not fire a single shot without American approval. They would not have nukes without American approval. The US navy literally watched them test their sub launched missiles and then helped cover it up.

If Samson exists, it's because the US wants it to exist, and Samson exists.

 

>>1877689
Nah, that's reductionist bullshit. The Israelis have definitely done shit before without asking first, not saying that ultimately aren't completely dependent.

 

>>1877690
They literally can't aim their weapons without American satellites.

 

>>1877678
>The resistance fighters of Tubas who executed the operation have stated that the “action was carried out in response to the settlers' storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Rafah massacre”
There was an Israeli nationalist march in Jerusalem and it wasn't exactly gumdrops and sunshine with this crowd. An Australian journalist got beat up (among others).

>>1877689
>Love how none of you retards have yet realized that Israel does not exist. It is nothing but an American military base. They do not fire a single shot without American approval.
I think that's mistaken. Even if there was an American government that was serious about reigning in Israel, I'm much more pessimistic.

 

>>1877697
They could totally cut off their access to recon and intelligence with a word and the flip of a switch. The Zionists use American satellites and recon to aim their weapons. This has already been admitted to.

 

>>1877699
I'd like to read more about it. Israel has its own recon satellites and space launch program. Also some of their nukes can be dropped from aircraft.

 

>>1877696
Bad example. Almost every military on the planet depends on American satellites.

 

>>1877701
Israel only has a handful of satellites, nowhere near a full constellation.

If they didn't need help, why have NATO ISTAR and AWACS been running 24/7 over the red sea for the entire war?

 

>>1877704
America can and does cut off countries it doesn't like.

 

>>1877706
>If they didn't need help, why have NATO ISTAR and AWACS been running 24/7 over the red sea for the entire war?
To shoot down Houthi missiles and drones. But all I'm saying is that Israel has the ability to launch nuclear weapons. If you have the ability to launch ballistic missiles with a nuclear warheads on them, you can also send satellites into space.

 

>>1877707
Yes sometimes they do, sometimes they don't, your point is?

 

Also, fwiw… I don't think Jericho missiles need satellites to guide them. They apparently have inertial guidance which is an analog system that dates back to the V2 rocket. There's also radar homing terminal guidance on the Jericho, which is at the end stage, and that means there's a map of the target area programmed into the missile's computer. It carries the targeting data with it and then makes corrections as it comes in from space.

 

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>>1877687
It's a little different application, to be sure, but Kinzhal seems to have got the Yavoriv bunker good.

 

>>1877723
Russia also has it own satellite constellation thanks to the Soviets.

>>1877710

Yes they have a few but America has an entire constellation which makes it much more reliable.

You are also forgetting that the ONLY reason the entity has nukes is because America lets them. America could have stopped them at any point and still could, and they choose not to.

There is a reason for that.

 

>>1877719
I'm told by the war boomers that modern anti-nuclear missile defense systems set off a small neutron charge near the payload. Assuming the guidance systems survive any EMP effects, the neutrons deform the incoming missile's core enough to prevent proper detonation.

 

>>1877727
>ancestor worship
>omnipotent USA
Hazoids? In my leftypol?

 

>>1877713
They allow the Zionists full, unfettered access to all NATO recon and intelligence, in direct violation of federal law (this is, btw, a literal act of high treason under the same law) and could stop it at any time, but choose not to.

There is a reason for that. Israel is nothing more than the glove on America's fist. They do all the things America wants to do but can't get away with. The IOF and Mossad are really nothing more than NATOs mercenaries.

 

>>1877730
If you really think the Americans didn't want the Zionists to have nukes you are so fucking retarded that you cannot possibly be a human being, rather some form of deformed howler monkey.

 

>>1877732
DPRK would like a word

 

What you're all missing is that America is run by a literal apocalypse cult who wants to end the world because they seriously believe their imaginary friend will take them to paradise if they kill and die in his name. They are not rational or logical. They would absolutely nuke the world themselves if the American military was ever beaten, too.

 

>>1877735
Yeah and the people of the DPRK are hungry because America has kept their country under a complete sanction for 70 years, while the Zionists are given billions and billions. America couldn't stop North Korea because of China. But who protects Israel? We do.


America could have stopped the Zionists with the stroke of a pen, instead NATO intelligence gave them blueprints and the US Navy watched them test.

 

>>1877740
Your epistemology is still shit.
>with the stroke of a pen
Finish the word and stop doing that

 

>>1877707
it doesnt really stop them from using things like gps thou

 

>>1873597
that's a good question

 

>>1877747
GPS jamming is literally one of Russias best weapons, they can't do that while using it themselves. They use dual chips in everything so they can use glonass

 

>Israel finally admitting it killed its own people in oct7

The Israeli military says it will begin to present its investigations into its failures in the lead-up to the Hamas terror group's October 7 massacre next month.

According to the IDF's schedule, during the first week of July, Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi will be presented with the investigation into the development of the military's perception of Gaza, with an emphasis on the border, starting at the 2018 Hamas-led Gaza border riots.

This investigation also includes the IDF's intelligence assessments of Hamas from 2018 until the outbreak of the war, and the military's conception of its own defenses and its operational plans against threats in Gaza.

Additional IDF probes into October 7 will be based on the conclusions of this investigation.

The IDF also plans to present the findings of the investigation to the public once completed and reviewed by Halevi.

Meanwhile, the IDF also plans to present the investigations into the battles between October 7 and 10, when troops restored control over all communities and army bases in southern Israel that had been invaded by Hamas.

There are some 40 battle locations, being investigated by more than 20 commanders.

Each battle investigation or set of investigations will be presented upon completion, and not all simultaneously, as some events on October 7 have proven to be more complex than others to probe.

For example, the IDF probe into the onslaught and battle in the border community of Be'eri, during which tanks shelled a building where Hamas was holding hostages, will be presented in early July, according to the schedule.

The IDF hopes to present all the battle investigations by the end of August.

The probes are aimed at drawing operational conclusions for the military and will not look into the policies of the political leadership, avoiding a fight with government leaders who have insisted that investigations wait until after the end of the war against Hamas.

The investigations, by units seen as having had a role in the failure to notice Hamas preparations or adequately prepare for the terror group's October 7 onslaught, are being carried out concurrent with ongoing fighting in the Gaza Strip. Any major developments in the war are expected to slow the pace of the probes.

 

>>1877847
strafing the white woman musical festival with apache gunships was the only cool thing the IOF has ever done

 

I hate the fact that one of the most beautiful songs ever made is a Zionist anthem.

RIP Ofra

 

>>1877654
>A puppet state going crazy and trying to use nukes despite universal global opposition would mean a permanent end to American legitimacy
America is literally the only country to ever use nukes against people and they did it to flex. "International legitimacy" doesn't come from acknowledgement of the country's conduct, otherwise no western country would be allowed on the security council even as a temporary member. It comes from production, finance, market capacity, and state expenditure.

 

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This seems pretty unsalvageable from a PR perspective.

 

>>1877952
>America is literally the only country to ever use nukes against people and they did it to flex
And they are the only country who constantly try justifying it by saying they did it to save gajillions!

 

Zionazis are animals. All of them.

 

>>1877682
This falls into the usual mythological traps of Israeli technological superiority, which is ridiculous given what's happened the last 9 months.

The nuclear silos can be destroyed but they don't even need to be, they just need to be rendered inoperable. Like their military, Israeli airforce has loads of shiny toys and is pretty good at a very specific type of warfare but hasn't been upgraded to any meaningful extent (or fought a real war) in decades. In a regional war scenario all their air bases would be flattened by the vast numerical superiority of Egypt and Turkey before anyone else even got involved.

 

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>>1878036
>egypt
HAHAHAHAHA LMAO

 

>>1877735
where's the 4 billion dollars of military aid annually to the DPRK?
where's the korean lobby buying out politicians in america?

 

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>>1878040
>it has been alleged…
>anonymous sources say…
>some claim …
>It is rumored that…
>There are whispers that…
>Some assert that…
>It is believed that…
>Unconfirmed reports say…
>Word on the street is…
>Some insist that…
>There are claims that…
>It is said that…
>Allegedly…
>Certain circles believe…
>Rumor has it…
>Some maintain that…
>According to some…
>Supposedly…
>It is often suggested…
>Some sources indicate…
>It has been speculated…
>It is implied that…
>There is talk that…
>It is alleged that…
>Speculation points to…
>Unconfirmed sources claim…
That you should kill yourself.

 

>>1877952
And the US is losing to China on all those fronts. All the world's rising economies want nothing to do with Israel. They're a useful bulwark for US policy for the Middle East but the Middle East is not where the US needs to be focusing on and they know this. If the Israelis try to commit suicide and bring everyone down they would negate their entire reason for existing, which is to serve US interests.

 

>>1878031
Zionist pigs are only badasses when theres 50 to one
never met a zionist who wasnt afraid i was going to beat the shit out of him (they usually are correct)

 

>>1878040
The fact that the only proof anyone can ever offer of Israel's supposed military superiority are factoids from wars that happened 60+ years ago just reinforces the reality of their mythological status.

Nasrallah's line about them being "as weak as a spider's web" isn't just propaganda, it's an honest assessment of their current position in the world. Their ability to act with relative impunity over the last 40 years was contingent on the detente brokered by Camp David. That same detente enabled a culture of complacency that made them fat, lazy and stupid in strategic terms. Their military is designed to fight large scale wars despite not needing to actually fight any. Instead they blunder through insurgencies that ruin their economy and sap their capabilities. Camp David is now dead and they've provoked a new wave of Arab nationalism through their own stupidity. The countries around them will circle the wagons in years to come purely out of their own self interest, meanwhile Americans will be forced to abandon the region for more pressing matters elsewhere. It will be a bloodbath.

 

>>1878036
>which is ridiculous given what's happened the last 9 months
A good theory of the enemy, external support, or improvement in weapons or doctrine weakens spreadsheet superiority. What Israel does have is cyber and psychological exploitation. So did Ukraine, for a while.

>>1878056
Exactly, and yet, they still have nukes. The omnipotence bluster our Eglinites are dispensing has gone beyond coping and seething and well into dilation.

>>1878096
Spider silk is known to be quite strong, however.

 

>>1878124
That's the point of the metaphor. Spider silk is stronger than steel and lethal for flies who are stupid enough to fall into its trap. But on a longer timeframe it will be collapsed by the elements, whether that's a simple gust of wind or random debris cutting a single support strand.

That's the basic strategy of the resistance in the Middle East, to cultivate atmospheric conditions to the point where a regional wind will ruin the web and blow the Israelis into the sea.

There is no future timeline where a belligerent Israel in the ME survives the next 100 years. If they were smart they would recognise basic natural law and try to secure real alliances with their neighbours, who they will have to share a border with forever. Relying entirely on a declining American empire thousands of miles away is the sign of a country that has a death wish.

 


 

>>1877654
Maintaining launch sites, let alone fissile material (and enriched at that), also isn't easy. The U.S. can only do it because they throw obscene amount of resources at their military.
However, hysterics on here have some perverse need to paint the zionist entity is stronger than it really is. It's maddening how the nuke-word makes people throw intuition and constraints to the wind. It's not fucking magic.

 

>>1878197
Agreed. Eglin AFB needs its own country flag

 

>>1877731
>Israel is nothing more than the glove on America's fist. They do all the things America wants to do but can't get away with. The IOF and Mossad are really nothing more than NATOs mercenaries.
There's a lot of truth to this. The US wants to apply it's madman theory of IR to the middle east but the optics aren't ideal. Outsourcing it to Israel is convenient for them.

 

The Martyr Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, announced today, Thursday, that it had carried out a landing operation “behind the lines,” in which the mujahideen were able to penetrate the “Israeli fence” separating Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, and attack the headquarters of the occupation division operating there.

In another operation, the Al-Qassam Brigades blew up a tunnel that had been booby-trapped in advance by an Israeli foot force consisting of 5 soldiers, which led to the elimination of the force, near Tal Zorob, west of Rafah.

In the center of the Gaza Strip, the operations carried out by the Qassams were concentrated in the east of the city of Deir al-Balah, where they targeted, with five “Yassin 105” shells, two Israeli D9 bulldozers and three Israeli Merkava tanks.

In the same area, the Al-Qassam Brigades bombarded the occupation forces with heavy-caliber mortar shells.

In turn, the forces of the martyr Omar Al-Qasim, the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, announced through its spokesman, Abu Khaled, that they had targeted an Israeli troop carrier, at Al-Awda Roundabout in the center of Rafah.

Abu Khaled explained that this targeting was carried out using anti-armor RPG shells, confirming that the Israeli soldiers were killed or injured by them.

In another operation, the forces of the martyr Omar al-Qasim destroyed the Israeli forces in Kissufim, east of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, with a barrage of heavy-caliber mortar shells, hitting their targets accurately, according to what Abu Khaled added.

In the center of the Gaza Strip, the forces of the martyr Omar Al-Qasim destroyed the concentrations of the occupation forces in the east of the Bureij camp, with a number of mortar shells.

For its part, the Mujahideen Brigades published scenes documenting its sniping of an Israeli soldier on the “Netzarim” axis, south of Gaza City.

<pation acknowledges the killing of two soldiers in two specific resistance operations today

After the occupation Army Radio revealed what it described as a “ serious security incident ” at the Gaza border that occurred early in the morning today, Israeli media acknowledged the killing of a soldier from the Border Protection Corps in the southern Gaza Strip.

The occupation media explained that the soldier was killed during an exchange of fire with a group that infiltrated from Gaza into "Israel", near the Kerem Shalom crossing.


Army Radio reported that the Israeli forces that were combing that area collided with the resistance fighters, where an exchange of fire took place, and Israeli drones and tanks pursued the group.

The Israeli newspaper "Haaretz" reported that the force storming the Kerem Shalom site clashed with the "army" face-to-face, confirming that one of its members was able to withdraw.

In another confession, Israeli media acknowledged that a soldier was killed as a result of an explosive device exploding in a tunnel in Rafah.

While the occupation conceals its losses and imposes strict control over them, the statements and documentary scenes issued by the resistance in Gaza confirm that its deaths and injuries are much greater than what is announced.

<“The resistance is what decides the return of the settlers to the Gaza Strip.”

Meanwhile, the military media of the Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad movement, published a video clip that included a message directed by the missile force in the brigades to the Israeli settlers in the “Gaza envelope.”

Scenes published by the Al-Quds Brigades showed the Mujahideen preparing missiles. In the letter, Mujahid addressed the settlers, stressing that their return to the “Gaza envelope” is not in the hands of the Israeli government, or its president, Benjamin Netanyahu, but rather in the hands of the Palestinian resistance.

While the resistance continues to inflict heavy losses on the occupation, in terms of equipment and equipment, the spokesman for the occupation “army” acknowledged that “the army is still far from eliminating Hamas,” according to what Reuters reported.

He admitted that "Israel cannot eliminate all Hamas members or destroy all of its tunnels," stressing that this is an unrealistic goal.

In the same context, the agency quoted a US administration official as saying, “The movement demonstrated the ability to quickly withdraw after attacks, hide, regroup, and reappear again in areas that Israel thought were empty (of resistance fighters).”

 

>>1878300
HOLY FUCK

 

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>>1878300
DFLP is really fucking up the zios

 

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full spectrum online zionist psyops going into high gear

 

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meanwhile redditors in west jerusalem:

 

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>>1878353
the anonymous poster known as Rachel Jacob hacked some leaked pdfs

 

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>>1878358
elite tier gumshoe work

 

>>1878360
That explains all the hazbara here

 

>>1878420
>anarkiddies and their consequences…
<it's le anarchists!
can you not read? it's directed at US Democrat voters specifically…..

 

What's really bugging me about libs that are on-side is that they keep trying to claim and infer that is what is happening is unique, that nobody before has gone to the depths of barbarity than israel is.
I'm glad we have a lot of organization around Palestine but what makes these retards all think that the horrors are in any way unique when we have all seem them before in our life time?

 

>>1878426
because they are retards

 

>>1878426
Rather than being unique, the horrors of today are much more visible with social networks in general and tik tok in particular.

 

>>1878353
Why would zionist mouthpiece HAARETZ report on this.
This stinks to high heavens.

 

>>1878424
><it's le anarchists!
>US Democrat voters
whats the difference

 

>>1878439
Haaretz are liberal zionists and these type of shenanigans embarrass them and make people support Israel less in the long term.

 

>>1878445
They've been loudly broadcasting abhorrent Israeli crimes against humanity! What do they care?!

 

>>1878431
>>1878430
true and true but i kind of think it's a weird guilt thing. I have literally seen 0 people talk about how similar the war has been to the last war in Sri Lanka for example despite the amazing similarities (picrel). I don't think people want to look at themselves and say 'yea, i just didn't give a fuck'.
>>1878441
Retard. You have to go back.

 

>>1877732
Eh, Israel started its nuclear program with French assistance back in the 60s. France was really Israel's primary supplier at the time. The U.S. took over in the 1970s.

>>1877928
A lot of Jewish music is performed in the minor key (note: I am not a music theorist) which can have a "sad" sound but the music can also sound uplifting or victorious at the same time depending on how the melodies are arranged (like ascending instead of descending scales… or something like that). Israeli psytrance and disco music can be like this. Major key sounds "normal" or "strong" and a lot of Western pop music is in it, while minor can sound like there's something "not quite right" but makes for sonically interesting music. Or it sounds "moody" or "mysterious."

>>1878088
>All the world's rising economies want nothing to do with Israel.
India is a big exception here. Vietnam too maybe.

>>1878096
>The fact that the only proof anyone can ever offer of Israel's supposed military superiority are factoids from wars that happened 60+ years ago just reinforces the reality of their mythological status.
Israeli military's glory days really peaked in 1967 and a lot of writing about it has been more "journalism" by reporters who were really pro-Israel rather than history. They have had some brilliant commanders and waged warfare with a lot of audacity, but it started to go downhill well before the 2006 war in Lebanon. The 1982 invasion of Lebanon was more or less an unmitigated disaster for the Israeli military despite the fact that they were more prepared for war then than anytime before in their history.

>>1878197
>However, hysterics on here have some perverse need to paint the zionist entity is stronger than it really is.
I think there's a middle ground between "Israel is going to destroy the world… they're unstoppable!" and all of their nukes will be magically disabled in the event of such a war. That seems like magical thinking on both ends. It's also possible Israel could go down and nukes not be used.

>>1878445
Haaretz's editorial line is kind of weird… like the lunatic nationalism of the place is a problem but they treat it as Bibi's fault, so if they just get rid of Bibi they can be "normal." Reminds me, I met a gay Israeli once who was a big Tzipi Livni fan but I definitely detected some insecurity about Israel's image abroad. Hell, she's pretty hawkish herself, but she's all liberal mmm'kay and if she could become P.M. that would mean "we're not all a bunch of ogres and maniacs." At least as an image. Well, history hasn't worked out that way.

Haaretz's front doors were smashed up the other day and one of their reporters was attacked by a group of right-wingers in Jerusalem during that nationalist march. I also saw Michael Oren, a former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., throwing a fit about the Israeli psyop targeting the U.S. being bad, but in his case I think it's more because it's embarrassing that Israel got caught doing it.

 

>>1878447
its people like Alan Dershowitz who say, this is bad, Hamas are worse, but it'll blow over and bib is very unpopular, and the IDF people sniff little girls panties on Tiktok are a small minority, and once Israel gets a benny Gantt government everything will go back to normal.

 

>>1878447
Haaretz has relatively open that does not have a strong editorial line per se. You often see wildly differing stuff in tone in it.

 

>>1878459
That makes much more sense than the other posts, thank you. All I ever see from them is aggressive shield rattling, but I guess that's coming from the more overtly reactionary contributors.

 

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>>1878358
what a surprise that the fascists use the language and aesthetics of anarKKKism to attack the left, it's almost like that's the entire purpose of anarKKKism or something.(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)

 

>>1878353
hey didnt we go to war with russia for doing this

 

>>1878360
Christ

 

>>1878027
>>1878027
no actually, the CPC, the legitimate representatives of the Chinese people and primary victims of Japanese imperialism and genocide also constantly try to justify it, as western "leftists" sit around defending the "people" who did this because they aren't white, so they must be victims of BIG BAD AMERIKKKA.

 

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>>1878469

this was the image i was trying to post before the forums broke

 

>>1878462
Yea, they have staff-contributors from example Daniel Levy and Amira Hass who have always been somewhat critical to people like Amos Harel (generally well respected ex-IDF Radio guy) and Anshel Pfeffer ('everything that's wrong here is Bibi' type).

>>1878463
What are you talking about, there is no 'language and aesthetics' of anarchism in those posts, you people are obsessed it's honestly sad.

 

https://www.ianwelsh.net/did-the-houthis-hit-the-uss-eisenhower-may-31st/

>Well, the Houthis said they did. And it would seem unlikely, except that immediately after the Eisenhower withdrew north at top speed.


>Aircraft carries are incredibly difficult to take out, but it wouldn’t be difficult to mess up the flight deck and at a guess, that’s probably what happened.


>On top of that “it’s been five days since the Ike’s regular twice-a-day cargo deliveries via C-2 transport have taken place.”


>I don’t know if the Eisenhower got hit, but—its actions are rather suspicious.


>If the Houthis can get in even a slight hit, or scare off an aircraft carrier, what do you think China, Russia, Iran or even Hezbollah could do?


>Put me on team “aircraft carriers are floating ducks in the modern missile environment.” And since the US Navy is built around aircraft carriers, well…


>The thing is that everyone who was likely to fight a war against America knew that the US’s big gun was aircraft carriers and they’ve spent thirty years figuring out how to defeat them.


>America is a maritime Empire and it can’t even defend trade against a bunch of tribesmen.

 

>>1878474
if you think "no state solution" isn't the language of anarKKKism then you're even stupider than most blackshirts.

 

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>>1878469
Well they didn't drop the bombs so I don't really care if they're happy about it or not since they didn't drop them and never dropped a single atomic bomb on civilians!

 

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It seems there's some news of what's happening inside Sde Teiman.

https://www.nytimes.com/2024/06/06/world/middleeast/israel-gaza-detention-base.html

 

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>>1878481
the CPC takes the only correct position which is that the war, and ALL deaths therein, were the responsibility of the party who started the war and refused to surrender even after it had been clear that victory was impossible for years.

this party is not America, by the way, it is Imperial Japan. the CPC's position is that even attempting to talk about the atomic bombings as a war crime without putting it into their context of Japan fighting an explicitly imperialist and genocidal war is an attempt to overturn the anti-fascist nature of the struggle.

in other words, the people who were the actual victims of japanese imperialism dont give a fuck about your takes on japanese imperialism.

 

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>>1878485
I just looked at the Wikipedia article of Sde Teiman and I can't believe how much it glows.

 

>>1878474
>you people are obsessed it's honestly sad
"anarchist ESL manifesto" right there in the picrel retard

 

>>1877728
>a small neutron charge
you mean a neutron bomb ?
you basically spend a nuke to counter a nuke…

>>1877732
what a stupid thing to say. Sure they werent that bothered by it, but its the kind of thing where you'd rather have them rely on you

 

>>1878498
if it knew how to read, it wouldn't be an anarKKKist.

 

>>1878474
>no state solution

 

>>1878486
Again. I don't give a flying fuck about what the CCP thinks on this matter. They can be happy or sad, I don't give a shit because it was the Imperialist US who killed CIVILIANS of Imperialist Japan with a nuclear bomb twice you shitlib. The Japanese emperor got entirely away with his war crimes as well never actually having to answer to them

 

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>>1878474
By the very definition and nature of anarchism, it is impossible to have a central ideological authority that would denounce revisionism and enforce a politically correct line. This makes anarchism vulnerable to being hijacked.

Trying to do the same for Marxism-Leninism will get you sniffed out immediately.

 

the simple solution is to remove all Jewish and secular invaders from Palestine. Its not about state but population. Just cut out the Zionist westoid cancer.

 

>>1878603
>Trying to hijack Marxism-Leninism will get you sniffed out immediately.
You're genuinely a child if you believe this, anon, and this is an adults website.

 

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>>1878599

>The devastation caused by the bombings should always serve as a reminder of how destructive nuclear weapons can be. Yet, it was the war of aggression the Japanese militarist government launched against its neighbors and its refusal to accept its failure that had led to US dropping the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


>The misery the Japanese people suffered during the war, including that endured by the survivors of atomic bombings, was because of Japanese militarism.


>Any talk of the atomic bombings without putting them in their historical context can only be understood as an attempt to overturn the true nature of World War II as an anti-fascist war.

 

>>1878605
I don't see glowies trying to push Marxism-Leninism to oppose the enemies of the West much. Nevermind successfully.

 


 

>>1878616
Glowies aren't brain dead. Pushing MLism is like selling shit on a stick. Nobody besides sick fetishists will buy that.

 

>>1878619
>Nobody besides sick fetishists will buy that.
except like, hundreds of millions of people

 

>>1878619
You are aware that "MLism" also includes Dengism and Juche, right?

 

>>1878624
Like who?

 

>>1878625
China is not ML

 

>>1878626
look at a map

 

>>1878616
>I don't see glowies trying to push Marxism-Leninism to oppose the enemies of the West much. Nevermind successfully.
That's a completely unrelated statement to your claim anon. I reiterate, this is an adults website.

 

>>1878624
uygha where? Where are the hundreds of millions of people begging for MLism? Where are they? I don't see any huge crowds anywhere begging for the second coming of Stalin. Even if they were, the coherence of an idea isn't measured by its popularity. I could easily point out millions more would rather endorse capitalism than MLism if you gave them a choice. Nobody wants to live in bunkerland and carry an internal passport.

 

>>1878629
>>1878631
Interesting sectarianism. And quite wrong, too. If you just look outside the West.

 

>>1878639
The only country where people really look on Stalin with fondness is Russia.

 

>>1878640
And maybe Georgia too, I don't know.

People don't want ML. At the most sympathetic to you some of them want Leninism or Maoism.

 

>>1878631
>uygha where?
Second biggest political party on the planet claims adherence to Marxism-Leninism.

>Even if they were, the coherence of an idea isn't measured by its popularity.

>I could easily point out millions more would rather endorse capitalism than MLism if you gave them a choice.
This is a completely different argument that I'm not interested in getting involved in. The post I replied to said that Marxism-Leninism doesn't appeal to anyone when that's clearly not true. I didn't say "ML is the best!!!" so you can relax.

 

>>1878642
>>1878640
Anon don't argue with the kid, he is only trying to do sectarian derailments for a cheap dopamine fix.

 

>>1878640
>>1878642
I can forgive you being a complete newfag, and not knowing about Kerala.

 

>>1878650
Isn't Kerala MLM? aka not ML?

 

>>1878653
Indian Marxist parties are very prone to splitting. But seeing how the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is called Muthuvel Karunanidhi Stalin, a member of a party that doesn't call itself communist or Marxist (but is in a coalition with them), it's easy to see that both the ideology and the people are very respected in the second most populous country in the world. As well as the first.

 

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China isn't a strictly Marxist-Leninist country. Even though the CCP claims an ML inheritance, Deng Xiao Peng Theory and the Three Represents have practically abrogated it. China has effectively embraced a socialist take on neoclassical economics and completely abandoned Stalinist and Maoist economic theory and dialectical materialism as a tool for policy making. Even the CPM in India isn't strictly Marxist-Leninist and largely follows the Chinese model, precisely why Maoists and MLs in India accuse both of them of being "revisionists" because as we all know theories can never be refined or revised.

 

>>1878475
>“aircraft carriers are floating ducks in the modern missile environment.”
I dont think this is true carriers can survive some damage and still keep on fighting the real problem for america right now is justifying american deaths for israel

 

>>1878689
Market restorationism is the logical conclusion of ML's becoming victims of their own pragmatism, strive to adapt, and win.

 

>>1878615
You can try spinning it how you want, shitlib. You're shilling US crimes with the biggest japanese war criminals having entirely gotten away with it while civilians suffered.

 

"Country that kills children."

 


>>1878736
It is the peak of Yakubian arrogance to disregard the people who suffered at the hands of Japanese imperialism so you can wring your hands extra hard about big bad AmeriKKKa.

 

>>1878689
This is you he's talking about. Like no joke, this is you. Lenin hates you and thinks you're a whiny piss baby with no brain.

Also fuck off to China containment thread faggot

 

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>>1878803
More psychotic anit-sinitic racism. Lenin doesn't hate China you creep.

 

Not tolerating any more defenders of the american empire who insist we remain ignorant and scornful of marxism produce outside of the West. As bitter a pill it is, the US is a genocidal country and its left his not only failed to build socialism and has instead replaced it with a means-tested welfare system that is both in retreat and failing to protect and help people. They cannot imagine another way, and I'm sick of being limited to what they can imagine. They have no ground to make attacks on their ruling classes Official Enemies, frankly.

 

>>1878803
>stop looking at material relations
Retard

 

After eight months, the IOF spokesman repeats what the resistance has said since the beginning of the war: “‘israel’ cannot eliminate all Hamas members or destroy all its tunnels. This is an unrealistic goal.”

The IOF imposed a military censorship on publishing details about a serious incident that occurred in southern Gaza.
In yet another success for the resistance, the IOF admits that a resistance armed group crossed into "israel" in Rafah, southern Gaza, achieving an infiltration near the border fence in the "Kerem Shalom" land-crossing about three hours ago.
An occupation army force patrolling the area encountered the armed resistance fighters and a firefight ensued at the site.
Two IOF soldiers have been injured during the clashes which took place from a very short distance, not exceeding tens of meters.
It is being investigated whether one of the members of the armed group managed to return to Gaza.

In a landing operation behind the [enemy] lines, Al-Qassam fighters breached the temporary fence and attacked the headquarters of the enemy brigade operating in Rafah city in the southern Gaza Strip.

The IOF admits to the death of a soldier that was killed in the Al-Qassam Brigades landing operation east of Rafah, where clashes broke out following an ambush behind enemy lines.

According to zionist sources, IOF casualties have been transported out of the Gaza Strip after they were targeted by an RPG shell.

The zionist army admits that one of its soldiers was killed and 11 others were injured in the operation by two Hezbollah drones targeting an IOF site near "Hurfesh" in the Upper Galilee, in northern occupied Palestine.

Zionist media report that an IOF soldier was killed in an explosive device explosion in a tunnel in Rafah, southern Gaza.

The maritime security company Ambrey reported a security incident in the Red Sea, 19 nautical miles west of Mohkha, Yemen.

The UKMTO reports that a ship was attacked in the Red Sea, 27 nautical miles south of Al-Mukha, western Yemen.

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The Almighty said: "Indeed, Allah loves those who fight in His cause in a row as though they are a [single] structure joined firmly."
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people and in response to the American-British aggression, the Yemeni Armed Forces have carried out two joint military operations with the Iraqi Islamic Resistance.
The first operation targeted two ships carrying military equipment at the port of Haifa. The second operation targeted a ship that violated the entry ban into the port of Haifa in occupied Palestine. Both operations were carried out using several drones, and by the grace of Allah, the strikes were accurate.
The joint port of Haifa operation comes in response to the "israeli" enemy's massacres in the Rafah area. The "israeli" enemy should expect more qualitative joint operations in the upcoming period until it ceases its brutal criminal aggression and lifts its siege on our brothers in the Gaza Strip.
The Yemeni Armed Forces call on all Arab armies to participate in support operations for the Palestinian resistance, fulfilling their religious and humanitarian duty towards the Palestinian people.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs, the best protector, and the best helper.
Long live Yemen, free, noble, and independent.
Victory for Yemen and for all the free people of the nation.
Sanaa, 29th of Dhu al-Qi'dah 1445 AH,
corresponding to June 6, 2024 AD.
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces

Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades - Tubas:
To our great, struggling Palestinian people,
The unfortunate events that have shaken the city of Tubas, the city of revolution and the home of revolutionaries, are no secret. Some officers of the [Palestinian Authority] have attacked some of our brother fighters and their resources in a scene that is foreign to the Palestinian revolutionary principles and the Fatah revolutionary conduct. What's more worse and more distressing is that these attacks come at a very sensitive time for our Palestinian reality, in the face of the comprehensive zionist war of genocide against everything Palestinian.
Based on this, we want to convey several messages to put things in their proper context, uphold the truth, and abolish falsehood:
First: It is unfortunate that some who are affiliated with the "Palestinian Security Forces," which were fundamentally established to protect our people, resistance, and rights, attack us. At a time when the zionist security system is arming settlers and unleashing them upon our people and their properties, and while the army protects them during their attacks, a "Palestinian" faction fights the resistance and the fighters who carry their lives in their hands to protect the honor and dignity of Palestinians with all harsh means and subtle conspiracies plots.
Second: We affirm that the measure of belonging to Palestine is linked to adherence to the path of resistance, for the closer you are to the resistance, the more genuine Palestinian you are. The further you distance yourself and fight it, the more you strip yourself of your Palestinian identity and religion, even if you were born in the heart of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. We affirm that the members of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades are fighters and wanted holding onto the triggers and walking on the path of armed struggle, through blood, fire, and certainty. They are those who carry their lives in their hands, not those involved in coordination, offices, ranks, and salaries, the fighters of the virtual world and social media.
Third: We assert that any harm to any fighter brother, regardless of his faction or affiliation, is considered harm to the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades. We are all brothers on the path of jihad and resistance, and our factions are merely means to achieve the ultimate goal, which is liberation, return, and preserving Palestinian dignity. A fighter from Jihad or Hamas is closer to me as a Fatah member than a Fatah member who coordinates with the enemy.
Fourth: We affirm to some leaders of the [PA] Security Forces that your plots, malice, and methods will fail and go in vain because Allah is with us, and we are rightful. The Palestinian people, by their nature, support the resistance and are against coordinators. Anyone with a great people like ours behind them does not fear storms and challenges; let the events of October 7 be a lesson for you.
In conclusion, we ask you to return to your senses and to the embrace of your homeland. The officers of the [Palestinian] Authority played a significant role in the Al-Aqsa Intifada, leading our victorious Brigades, with some martyred and some imprisoned. We, Allah willing, will continue on the path of our leaders and adhere to their approach until victory or martyrdom. Let Abu Jihad, Abu Iyad, Abu Jandal, Marwan Zaloom, Naif Abu Sharkh, Raed Al-Karmi, Atef and Hussein Abiyat, Ziad Al-Amer, Nasser Abu Hmeid, Nasser Oweis, and all the martyrs be the exemplary models to follow.
Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades - Tubas
June 6, 2024

 

Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades:
Unit 65 and Unit 1915 have successfully carried out a cyber attack on multiple sites of the zionist occupation army. We declare our responsibility for executing this attack, and what is coming will be greater, Allah willing…

Government Media Office:
The "israeli" occupation army killed 40 displaced people in the Nusseirat massacre, including 14 children and 9 women, and injured 74 others, including 23 children and 18 women.
Last night, the "israeli" occupation army killed 40 displaced people in a horrific massacre by bombing several rooms housing dozens of displaced people at a UNRWA school in the Nusseirat camp (central Gaza Strip). Among the martyrs were 14 children and 9 women, in addition to injuring 74 displaced people, including 23 children and 18 women.
We have documented the "israeli" army's bombing of dozens of safe civilian displaced people in the aforementioned school with at least three missiles from fighter jets, which led to this large number of martyrs and injured, more than half of whom were children and women.
The displacement center targeted by the occupation last night is displacement center number 149 that has been targeted by the "israeli" occupation army through bombings with aircraft missiles or tank shells. The "israeli" occupation has repeatedly committed these massacres brutally despite knowing that tens of thousands are present in the displacement centers.
We condemn the "israeli" occupation's perpetration of massacres against displacement and shelter centers of the safe, and affirm that this comes within the crime of genocide. We also condemn the comprehensive and complete American support for the "israeli" occupation, which systematically commits these crimes.
We hold the "israeli" occupation and the American administration fully responsible for these crimes against humanity and crimes against international law, and we call on the entire world to condemn these massacres and condemn the war of genocide and ethnic cleansing against our Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.
We demand the international community and all global and international organizations to pressure the “israeli” occupation to stop the crime of genocide against civilians, children, and women in the Gaza Strip. We also demand the international community and all international courts to pursue the "israeli" and American war criminals who are overseeing the implementation of genocide in a deliberate and planned manner with clear cover.
Government Media Office - Gaza Strip - Palestine
Thursday, June 6, 2024

The spokesperson of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital, central Gaza, told Al-Jazeera that 141 martyrs and 380 injured arrived at the hospital within just one day, and that the hospital cannot accommodate the large number of injured.
In Rafah, southern Gaza, IOF artillery shelling continues nonstop, hospitals are out of service, and reliance is on Nasser Medical Complex, according to Al-Mayadeen.

National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:
Our fighters destroy an "israeli" personnel carrier and shell enemy positions with mortars.
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 confirming that the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces destroyed an "israeli" enemy personnel carrier and bombarded its positions with mortar shells. Here are the details:
Firstly: Fighters from the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces targeted an "israeli" enemy personnel carrier at the Al-Awda roundabout in the center of Rafah city with anti-armor shells, hitting it directly and causing the deaths and injuries of those inside.
Secondly: The artillery unit of the Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces bombarded the enemy forces in "Kissufim," east of Khan Younis, with a barrage of heavy mortar shells, accurately hitting their targets.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – Military Wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media
6/6/2024

Zionist media reports fear of infiltration in the settlement of "Tirat Tsvi" near "Beit Shean" near the border of Jordan and occupied Palestine. A large number of IOF soldiers are on the way to the settlement now, suspecting the entry of someone from Jordan.

 

Why ya'll hate Hasanabi? After watching him for dozens of collective days, and getting IP blocked from his chat no less than 3 times, I have determined that he is the closest we are gonna get to a principled Marxist streamer, or even content creator more broadly.

Aliases I have posted under:
jeffmangum_
LittleRedCrook
cyberguerilla1312

Notice me Azan, I know you lurk here

 

Today was a HUGE day for the resistance

 

>>1878486
Nukes weren't required for Japan's surrender. In fact, Japan surrendered not because of nukes but because of USSR shattering the Japan's illusion that USSR can be negotiated with to save the current Japanese regime. Therefore, nukes were just a sadistic act by one of the good guys that didn't achieve anything but murder civilians

 

>>1878694
In so far as it concerns their capacity to actually perform their combat role it leaves them in a pretty questionable position. Hybrid jet cruise/sprinting rocket missiles are proliferating, which seriously threaten ships even at very long range, negating much of the advantage that air-launched missiles have had.

 

>>1878878
He's 1000x better than any hazoid patsoc scum that's for certain

 

The existential threat Hezbollah poses on 'Israel'; a striking reality

The Palestinian Resistance's Operation Al-Aqsa Flood was the day that "Israel's national security strategy" collapsed, The Conversation said in a report published on Tuesday.

The article explained that the security doctrine strategy comprised three critical elements; "deterrence, early warning, and defense," all of which had failed completely on October 7.

Meanwhile, Hezbollah's ongoing operations proceed to damage these elements "beyond repair", it added.

"Israel now faces its biggest existential threat from Hezbollah, which is constantly learning, gaining experience from the battlefield and developing by the day," the report said.

According to the report, the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon has showcased a range of developments throughout the course of the ongoing war, including in the military, intelligence, and media fields.

The report mentioned Hezbollah's introduction of new weapons, most notably the drones, and heavier, more precise rockets and missiles, which the Resistance successfully utilized in complex attacks against the Israeli occupation after assessing and studying the strengths and vulnerabilities of the entity's anti-air systems.

In an interview for Israeli Maariv newspaper on Tuesday, Tal Beeri, the head of research at the Israeli-based Alma Institute think tank, said that if a full war between the occupation and Hezbollah broke out, the Israeli front would absorb a volume of fire it has not ever seen – including what was seen in 2006.

According to the research institute's findings, Hezbollah possesses a substantial arsenal, including approximately 150,000 mortars, 65,000 rockets with a range of up to 80 km, 5,000 rockets and missiles capable of reaching distances between 80-200 km, 5,000 missiles with a range of over 200 km, and 2,500 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). In the event of a war, it is estimated that Hezbollah could launch several thousand drones and missiles into "Israel" each day.

"Hezbollah's main firepower is missiles and rockets. In fact, Hezbollah's firepower can target the entire territory of the State of Israel with accurate shooting capability," Beeri said. "In the first week or two of the war," and due to Hezbollah's launching volume, especially toward the north, "it will be almost impossible to lead a normal life."

He also warned of the Resistance's use of one-way drones, saying that drones are being used today by Hezbollah, "but in an all-out war, its volume and intensity will be more significant."

"Israel's" previously uncontested air dominance and freedom of movement in Lebanon's airspace have been compromised, the report in The Conversation said. This shift was evidenced when Hezbollah successfully targeted and destroyed an Israeli surveillance balloon on May 14, along with its launch base and control center.

Moreover, the downing of the Israeli Hermes 900 in early June, the entity's most advanced drone with an estimated price tag of over $8 million, is the second one to be shot down by the group ever, further imposing a challenge that the occupation is yet to know how to address.

Meanwhile, Alma estimates that the Resistance has hundreds of advanced missiles, including anti-aircraft and cruise missiles.

Hezbollah's escalating threat has stirred anxiety and doubt among Israelis, fueling further scrutiny of the entity's political and military leadership, the report continued.

The Lebanese Resistance's attacks have caused significant damage to settlements in northern occupied Palestine, leading to the widespread evacuation of its settlers.

Amid the Israeli government and army's inability to stop Hezbollah's operations, mayors along the border in the al-Jalil region have even considered unilateral separation from the occupation entity due to perceived abandonment by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

So far, one settlement has taken this unprecedented decision.

In May, the head of the Israeli Margaliot settlement, Eitan Davidi, announced that the settlement had decided to cut ties with the Israeli government and remove all forces from the settlement. He said that the settlement does not need to be protected from Hezbollah, but rather from the Israeli government, which has been destroying the settlement through its decisions.

Despite promises to restore the affected areas and facilitate the return of evacuees, the Israeli government has thus far taken no action, further eroding public "faith and confidence," with Netanyahu unable to deter Hezbollah.

The occupation's military, the report continues, appears to be adopting a strategy aimed at extricating itself and the government from the intricate challenges posed by the confrontation with Hezbollah. It seems that neither can the army sustain its adjustments to the mounting pressure on the battlefield nor is it inclined to initiate a full-scale war with the Resistance in Lebanon due to its potentially severe consequences.

The expanding recognition within the Israeli security establishment of this changed landscape has led to a consensus regarding the need to broaden the scope of the Israeli delegation's mandate in the ceasefire-prisoner exchange negotiations, The Conversation concluded.

Commenting on the situation on the Lebanese-Palestinian border, Beeri said, "We are at a point where it is difficult to know what will develop from here, Hezbollah is increasing the pace and leading the IDF to enter a campaign, so the situation is very fluid."

On possible scenarios in the case of a war between the Resistance and "Israel", the top researcher at Alma said he predicted that Hezbollah would attempt to advance into al-Jalil.

"Although not on the scale of thousands" of fighters, "but [Hezbollah] will definitely try to infiltrate using dozens if not hundreds of operatives - in a targeted area," he said.

"The Radwan's unit is capable of doing this - they just need to be given instructions and orders."

Majority of young Britons believe 'Israel' must not exist: UnHerd poll

The majority of young people in Britain do not believe that "Israel" should exist, a new poll conducted by UnHerd revealed. The preliminary findings, part of an exclusive survey of 1,012 voters about foreign policy conducted by Focaldata, indicate that 54% of 18-24-year-olds agreed with the statement that "the state of Israel should not exist," with only 21% disagreeing.

According to the numbers, this sentiment among the UK youth aligns with other polling data from UnHerd on the same issue.

When asked "Who was more to blame for the war in Gaza?" 50% of young respondents pointed to "Israel", while 25% blamed Hamas, and 19% responded "all equally."

UnHerd also underscored the high visibility of the Gaza genocide on social media and noted that it appears to have significantly influenced young people's opinions.

Further, UnHerd's polling indicated, that, significantly, the UK youth showed greater interest in the unfolding of the war on Gaza than in other global conflicts.

For example, the poll noted that among 18-24-year-olds, 38% reported being very interested in the Gaza war, while 28% were somewhat interested. In comparison, only 19% and 44% were very or somewhat interested in the war in Ukraine, respectively.

As the war on Gaza remains ongoing, public opinion in the UK has gradually shifted in favor of Palestine.

Historic polling shows that support for "Israel", which was at its highest at 21% shortly after the 7th of October, had dropped to 16%, according to YouGov figures.

These findings reflect a significant generational divide in attitudes regarding the Israeli occupation and Palestine conflict and suggest a growing pro-Palestinian sentiment among Britain's youth.

The majority of Germans are now opposed to "Israel's" war on Gaza, a study conducted by the Forsa Institute for the weekly Stern revealed.

A study conducted last week revealed that 61% of respondents rejected Israeli actions, with only one-third still supporting them. According to Stern, public opinion appears to have swung to its polar opposite in approximately half a year.

As the death toll inches closer to 37,000 Palestinians, Stern revealed that last November, barely a month after the war began, the majority of Germans supported "Israel", citing findings from another Forsa study. At the time, 62% supported the Israeli military action and 31% opposed it, according to the report.

 

>>1878360
funny how while he's posting stuff like this there's people on twitter trying to fedjacket him lol

 

>>1878856
>After eight months, the IOF spokesman repeats what the resistance has said since the beginning of the war: “‘israel’ cannot eliminate all Hamas members or destroy all its tunnels. This is an unrealistic goal.”

post the whole quote it is relevant

>"Destroying Hamas as a governing authority is an achievable and attainable military objective," he added.


this (along the obvious genocidal aspirations) is why Israel is destroying so much civilian infraestructure they want to make gaza unlivable and ungovernable hoping that this will create a power vacuum some colaborationist force can fill

also relevant: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faiq_Al-Mabhouh#Response_to_his_death

 

>>1878927
copy o7

 


 

Martyr Izz El-Din Al-Qassam Brigades provides details of the complex ambush it carried out in Beit Hanoun on May 22nd. The three-phase ambush lasted for 26 continuous hours, and included explosives, grenades, and sniping.
In the ambush, Al-Qassam fighters killed three IOF soldiers with just two bullets.
Beit Hanoun has been at the center of the resistance to the ground invasion, with invasions of it taking place 5 times since October 27th. The most recent invasion took place on the day of the ambush, May 22nd. Through these invasions, over 80% of the city's buildings have been destroyed. Yet, the resistance persists.
In the ambush, a Ra'adiya explosive was detonated against an infantry force, followed by hand grenades, and then detonating a Shuath explosive against the rescue force. Two hours later, Al-Qassam announced the sniping of 3 IOF soldiers.
Al-Qassam released videos of both operations and has released new details today. At dawn on Tuesday, Al-Qassam fighters spotted IOF special forces from the "Netzah Yehuda" battalion in Beit Hanoun. They advanced 2.3 kilometers as they were watched by the fighters.
An Al-Qassam Brigades leader told Al-Jazeera: "The enemy forces advanced under our eyes from the northeastern axis of Beit Hanoun at dawn…along the path we had anticipated."
In the first phase of the operation, Al-Qassam fighters detonated anti-personnel explosives on a tunnel opening near the soldiers, and then threw hand grenades at the force.
"A rescue force was called to the location at night, and while they were attempting to rescue them, they were targeted with a Shuath explosive, resulting in the rest of the force being either killed or injured," said the Al-Qassam leader.
Footage released by Al-Qassam (3:48) shows an IOF soldier carrying the remains of the equipment and the weapons of the soldiers killed in the first phase of the ambush. The force withdrew, but it didn't end there.
The IOF sent a senior officer to supervise the site of the ambush and increase the number of soldiers there. At 4:09, footage is displayed of the monitoring operation by Al-Qassam of the senior officer and his aides. Moments later, they were killed by two accurate sniper shots.
The Al-Qassam leader stated: "The officer in charge of the mission was spotted, and the fighters targeted him and his assistants in a unique sniping operation, in which two soldiers were hit by a single shot and our fighters followed it up with third, killing him and taking the force out of service. The rest is history."
Hours after the completion the the second phase, and a number of dead soldiers later, the IOF evacuated the axis, but they returned several hours later.
The Al-Qassam leader stated: "We expected forces to come to the same tunnel opening we used to carry out the ambush, so the fighters rigged it with explosives."
In the third stage of the ambush, Al-Qassam fighters prepared the tunnel to be used once more. Footage at 5:13 shows the rigging of the tunnel in preparation of the return of the IOF soldiers, who returned a few hours later on Tuesday night. The soldiers reached the tunnel opening, starting the third phase of the ambush.
An Al-Qassam leader is heard readying his fighters for the operation at 5:42. "Get ready. Prepare to detonate at the push of a button."
IOF soldiers then lowered a robot with a camera into the tunnel, followed by the soldiers. "Detonate, detonate, detonate! Allah is the Greatest!"
Footage at 6:20 shows the evacuation of the dead and wounded soldiers, following the 26-hour-long complex ambush, involving two explosive operations, a historic sniping operation, and rigged tunnels. The IOF announced three killed soldiers in the ambush.
The Al-Qassam leader commented: "Shortly after this operation, all forces were evacuated from the axis of advance and withdrew into our occupied lands. The rest is history."
IOF soldiers have not yet returned to Beit Hanoun.

Hezbollah operations 06/06/2024:
Targeted the headquarters of the 91st Division in the “Branit” barracks and the positions of soldiers in its vicinity with Falaq-1 missiles, hitting it directly, leading to the destruction of parts of it and confirmed losses, as part of the response to the enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes, most recently in Aitaroun.
At 15:25, targeted the espionage equipment at the “Raheb” site with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly and destroying it.
Targeted the "Ramtha" site in the occupied Lebanese Kfar Shuba hills with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.
Launched anti-aircraft missiles at the enemy's warplanes that were attacking our skies and breaking the sound barrier in an attempt to terrify children, forcing them to retreat behind the borders.
18:05: targeted the newly established espionage equipment at the "Metulla" site with appropriate weapons, hitting and destroying them directly.
Targeting the "Zebdine" barracks in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with a rocket barrage, in response to the "israeli" enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes
Targeted the Baghdadi site with heavy Burkan missiles, achieving a direct hit and confirmed hits, in response to the assassination carried out by the "israeli" enemy this morning in Aitaroun.
23:15, targeted a deployment of “israeli” enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the “Zarit” barracks with artillery shells, hitting it directly.

 

>>1878878
He's a hobbyist while the evil patsocs are actually on the ground doing shit. Not talking about Haz or Hinkle they're just grifters but you call everyone a patsoc.

 

Spain to join S. Africa's ICJ case against 'Israel' over Gaza genocide

Spain made history by becoming the inaugural European nation to seek authorization from a United Nations tribunal to join South Africa's lawsuit against "Israel" for genocide in Gaza.

South Africa initiated its case with the International Court of Justice in late 2023, contending that "Israel's" military offensive in Gaza violated the genocide convention and inflicted extensive destruction.

The court has issued a directive for "Israel" to promptly cease its military operations in the southern Gaza city of Rafah. However, it refrained from mandating a cease-fire for the entire enclave. Meanwhile, "Israel" has not adhered to the order and displays no indication of intending to comply.

"We take the decision because of the ongoing military operation in Gaza," Spanish Foreign Minister José Manuel Albares said in Madrid. "We want peace to return to Gaza and the Middle East, and for that to happen we must all support the court."

Harrowing tales of torture inside 'Israel's' Sde Teiman prison: NYT

Sde Teiman, a military installation in southern occupied Palestine, has gained notoriety as a site likened to a "New Guantanamo," where the Israeli army reportedly engages in the torture and killing of Palestinian civilians of all ages, including children, who have been abducted from various areas of the Gaza Strip since the onset of the war on October 7. These individuals are brought to the facility for initial interrogation, as stated by the Israeli military.

Reports of abuse at Sde Teiman have already emerged in both Israeli and Arab media, following an outcry from local and international rights groups about the horrific conditions there.

In a related development, two journalists from The New York Times spent three months interviewing Israeli soldiers who worked at Sde Teiman and Palestinians detained there. One of the journalists visited the site, providing additional insight into "Israel's" policy of systematic torture and abuse since October 7. It further challenges the Israeli government's repeated claims that it operates according to accepted international practices and laws.

It is also worth noting that the details in the journalist's account align with previous reports from prominent media outlets.

"The men sat in rows, handcuffed and blindfolded, unable to see the Israeli soldiers who stood watch over them from the other side of a mesh fence, They were barred from talking more loudly than a murmur, and forbidden to stand or sleep except when authorized. A few knelt in prayer. One was being inspected by a paramedic. Another was briefly allowed to remove his handcuffs to wash himself. The hundreds of other Gazan detainees sat in silence. They were all cut off from the outside world, prevented for weeks from contacting lawyers or relatives," the NYT journalist echoed, adding, "This was the scene one afternoon in late May at a military hangar inside Sde Teiman."

The Israeli military, which had previously restricted media access, permitted The New York Times to briefly observe a portion of the detention facility and conduct interviews with its commanders and other officials, under the condition of anonymity, as per the three-month investigation by The New York Times.

Formerly a little-known barracks, Sde Teiman has transformed into an ad hoc interrogation center and has drawn significant attention due to allegations of mistreatment of detainees by the Israeli military. These allegations include individuals later found to have no affiliations with Hamas or other armed groups, the investigation stressed. Former detainees, in interviews, recounted instances of beatings and other forms of abuse at the facility.

By late May, approximately 4,000 Gazan detainees had spent as long as three months in limbo at Sde Teiman, including several dozen individuals captured on October 7, according to site commanders who spoke to NYT.

Following interrogation, around 70 percent of the detainees were transferred to purpose-built prisons for further investigation and prosecution, the commanders reported. The remaining detainees, at least 1,200 individuals, were determined to be civilians and were sent back to Gaza without any charges, apology, or compensation.

"My colleagues didn’t know whether I was dead or alive," reported The Times, quoting Muhammad al-Kurdi, 38, an ambulance driver whom the military confirmed was detained at Sde Teiman late last year.

"I was imprisoned for 32 days," said al-Kurdi, who was captured in November after his ambulance convoy tried to pass through an Israeli military checkpoint south of Gaza City.

"It felt like 32 years," he added.

The investigation revealed that 1,200 Palestinian civilians were detained at Sde Teiman under demeaning conditions, unable to present their cases to a judge for up to 75 days. Additionally, detainees were denied access to lawyers for up to 90 days, and their location was kept hidden from both rights groups and the International Committee of the Red Cross. Some legal experts affirm that "Israel" is violating international law by these practices.

Eight former detainees, whose detention at the site was confirmed by the military and who spoke on the record, reported various abuses while in custody. They recounted being punched, kicked, and beaten with batons, rifle butts, and a hand-held metal detector. One detainee said his ribs were broken after being kneed in the chest, while another stated that his ribs were broken after being kicked and beaten with a rifle—an assault witnessed by a third detainee. Seven of them stated they were forced to wear only a diaper during interrogations, and three reported receiving electric shocks during their questioning.

Most of these testimonies were corroborated by interviews conducted by officials from UNRWA, the primary UN agency for Palestinians. The agency interviewed hundreds of returning detainees who reported widespread abuse at Sde Teiman and other Israeli detention facilities, including beatings and the use of an electric probe.

An Israeli soldier who served at Sde Teiman disclosed to The New York Times that his fellow soldiers often bragged about beating detainees, and he observed signs of such treatment. Speaking anonymously to avoid prosecution, he mentioned a detainee who was treated at the site's makeshift field hospital for a broken bone sustained during detention and another who was briefly taken out of sight and returned with bleeding around his rib cage. The soldier also noted that one person had died at Sde Teiman from trauma injuries to his chest.

Since October, of the 4,000 detainees held at Sde Teiman, 35 have died either at the site or after being transferred to nearby civilian hospitals, according to base officers who spoke to NYT during their May visit.

During the visit, senior military doctors claimed that they aimed to treat detainees as humanely as possible.

In recent weeks, the base has come under increased scrutiny from the media, including a CNN report later referenced by the White House, as well as from the Israeli Supreme Court, which began hearing a petition from rights groups on Wednesday to close the site.

Fadi Bakr, a Gaza City law student, recounted to NYT being apprehended by Israeli soldiers on January 5 near his family's residence. Having been forcibly displaced amid the war, the 25-year-old had returned to his neighborhood in search of flour, only to find himself caught and injured.

As he was bleeding, he stated that the Israelis forcibly undressed him, seized his phone and savings, subjected him to multiple beatings, and accused him of being a surviving fighter.

"Confess now or I will shoot you," Bakr recounts being told.

"I am a civilian," Bakr remembered responding, but his efforts were in vain.

The circumstances surrounding Bakr's arrest resemble those of other former detainees interviewed by NYT.

Al-Kurdi, the ambulance driver, recounted being captured while trying to transport patients through an Israeli checkpoint.

All eight former detainees recounted similar accounts of their capture: they were typically blindfolded, restrained with zip ties, and stripped down to their underwear, according to them.

Many reported being interrogated, physically assaulted, punched, and kicked while still in Gaza, with some stating they were struck with rifle butts. Subsequently, they described being crowded into military trucks with other partially clothed detainees and transported to Sde Teiman.

While some mentioned being transferred to the official Israeli prison system afterward, others said they were returned directly to Gaza.

During previous aggressions, such as the 50-day war in 2014, the Sde Teiman military base reportedly held a small number of Palestinian abductees from Gaza, serving as both a command center and a warehouse for military vehicles.

In October, "Israel" began utilizing the site to detain individuals abducted since October 7, leaving them in an empty tank hangar as reported by the site commanders. With the Israeli invasion of Gaza later in the month, Sde Teiman faced an influx of detainees, prompting the military to retrofit three additional hangars for detention purposes and convert a military police office to accommodate more interrogation space, as per The New York Times.

By late May, the base comprised three detention facilities: hangars where detainees were monitored by military police, adjacent tents where detainees received medical treatment from military doctors, and an interrogation facility in a separate section staffed by intelligence officers from the Israeli military intelligence directorate and the Shin Bet.

Under Israeli legislation, detainees at Sde Teiman were classified as "unlawful combatants" and could be held for up to 75 days without judicial authorization and 90 days without access to legal representation or a trial.

Following initial interrogation at Sde Teiman, detainees suspected of having militant connections are typically transferred to another military facility or a civilian prison. In the civilian justice system, they are expected to be formally charged. In May, the Israeli government informed "Israel’s" Supreme Court that it had initiated criminal proceedings against "hundreds" of individuals detained since October 7, although specifics regarding the number of cases or their status were not provided. Notably, there have been no reported trials for Gazans detained since October, NYT revealed.

Professor Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne, an Associate Professor in Law at the University of Bristol, stated that "Israel's" choice to postpone judicial review for 75 days without granting access to lawyers or the Red Cross "looks to me like a form of incommunicado detention, which itself is a violation of international law."

Following Bakr's sudden disappearance in January, his family was left with no means of determining his whereabouts, leading them to presume his death.

Inside Sde Teiman, Bakr found himself confined in an open-sided hangar, where he, along with hundreds of others, was compelled to sit handcuffed in silence on a mat for as long as 18 hours a day, as per the investigation. The hangar lacked an external wall, leaving it exposed to the elements, while guards monitored the detainees from the opposite side of a mesh fence.

All detainees wore blindfolds, except for one individual referred to as the "shawish," meaning sergeant in Arabic. This person served as an intermediary between the soldiers and the prisoners, distributing food and guiding fellow detainees to a cluster of portable toilets situated in the corner of the hangar.

After several weeks, Bakr was appointed as a shawish, granting him a clearer view of his surroundings. His recollection aligns closely with those of other detainees and corresponds with what NYT witnessed during its visit to the site in late May.

Commanders at the facility stated that detainees were permitted to stand every two hours to stretch, sleep between approximately 10 pm and 6 am, and pray at any time. They also mentioned that detainees were not allowed to remove their blindfolds and move freely within the hangars.

[Continued]

 

>>1878358
We keep telling people about COINTELPRO but it's always ignored. There's a reason they want to steer people into anti-authority positions.

 

[Continued]

Upon his arrival at Sde Teiman, exhausted from the journey, Bakr inadvertently fell asleep, prompting an officer to summon him to a nearby command room. There, Bakr recounted being physically assaulted by the officer, who called it punishment for sleeping.

Others shared similar accounts of experiencing severe repercussions for minor transgressions. Rafiq Yassin, a 55-year-old builder detained in December, disclosed that he endured repeated beatings to his abdomen after attempting to peek from beneath his blindfold. He reported vomiting blood as a result.

An Israeli soldier who observed mistreatment at a hangar recounted an incident where one detainee was subjected to such severe beating that his ribs bled, purportedly for attempting to peek beneath his blindfold. Another detainee was reportedly beaten for speaking too loudly and frequently.

Similar to other former detainees, Bakr remembered being provided with three small snacks on most days—typically bread accompanied by limited portions of cheese, jam, or tuna, with occasional servings of cucumbers and tomatoes, The Times reported. The Israeli military claimed that these food provisions were "approved by an authorized nutritionist to maintain their health."

However, according to multiple former detainees, this was insufficient. Three individuals were said to have lost over 20 kg (40 pounds) during their detention.

Limited medical treatment is available onsite, as per commanders who escorted NYT to an office where they claimed that medics screened each detainee upon arrival and monitored them daily in the hangars. Severe cases receive treatment in nearby tents, serving as a makeshift field hospital.

Within these tents, patients are blindfolded and handcuffed to their beds, as per the investigation.

Physicians for Human Rights, an Israeli rights organization, criticized the field hospital in a report released in April, stating that it was "a low point for medical ethics and professionalism."

The current administration of the hospital admitted that there had been times when the facility lacked adequate equipment, but emphasized that its medical personnel have consistently demonstrated a high level of experience and expertise.

Two Israelis who visited the hospital last year reported that the medical staff had less experience and access to insufficient equipment. One of them, speaking anonymously to evade persecution, mentioned that patients were not adequately provided with pain relief during painful medical procedures.

Doctors at Sde Teiman, as reported by NYT, were instructed not to include their names on official documents and to avoid addressing each other by name in the presence of patients. One doctor explained that this precaution was due to concerns that they could face accusations of war crimes at the International Criminal Court if identified.

According to accounts provided to The New York Times, Palestinian detainees, including Bakr, were placed in a separate area referred to as the "disco room," where they were subjected to extremely loud music intended to prevent sleep.

Bakr described this as torture, leading to bleeding from his ear due to the intensity. The Israeli military claimed that the music was not harmful and served to prevent detainees from communicating before interrogation.

Bakr, who was fitted to a diaper, was then taken to another room for questioning. Interrogators accused him of being a member of Hamas, showed him photos of fighters, and inquired about Israeli captives and a senior leader. He affirmed he was repeatedly beaten upon denying involvement.

Additionally, al-Hamlawi, a senior nurse, recounted an incident where he was forced by soldiers to endure a painful ordeal involving a metal rod pressed against his rectum. A leaked UNRWA report mirrored this account, mentioning similar experiences by detainees. Al-Hamlawi also described being subjected to electric shocks while seated in a chair wired with electricity, causing him to stop urinating for several days. Ibrahim Shaheen, another detainee, reported being shocked multiple times while accused of withholding information about captives.

Bakr also mentioned being subjected to electric shocks while seated in a wired chair, causing him to lose consciousness.

After spending over a month in custody, Bakr recounted to the Times that the Israeli authorities appeared to acknowledge his innocence.

In February, during the early hours of the day, Bakr found himself on a bus bound for Gaza - his release imminent after a month of detention.

Upon his departure, he requested his phone and the 7,200 shekels (approximately $2,000) that had been seized from him during his initial arrest in Gaza, before he reached Sde Teiman.

In response to his inquiry, Bakr said that a soldier struck him and yelled at him. According to Bakr, the soldier stated, "No one should ask about his phone or his money."

At dawn, the bus reached the Karem Abu Salem crossing.

After leaving the bus, Bakr, like other released detainees, walked for about two kilometers until he was met by Red Cross aid workers. They provided him with food and conducted a brief medical assessment. Subsequently, they escorted him to a nearby terminal.

Using a borrowed phone, he contacted his family, who were still 20 miles away in Gaza City.

Bakr expressed that this communication marked the first time his family had heard from him in over a month.

"They asked me, ‘Are you alive?’"

 

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>>1878988
They're just as willing to appropriate ultra talking points as they are anarchist ones. The point is to either build support for yourself, or undermine support for your opponent. What they say doesn't matter, only results matter.

Those who refuse to drop viewpoints the second they touch reactionary lips have completely failed as any flavour of left-wing, because in this moment, reactionaries are more materialist than them. This is a fail state.

 

>>1878988
>>1878991
They have an angle on every possible interpretation. It's not a thing specific to "anarchists" or "ultras." You also have "MLs" who are pushing ridiculous shit, and people who are in some turd position, plus all the socdems and liberals steering people back by default. The glowies have too much money and try to infiltrate and astroturf everything. They are throwing shit at the wall to see what sticks.
>Those who refuse to drop viewpoints the second they touch reactionary lips have completely failed as any flavour of left-wing
True, also failed at any sort of politics period. If all it takes to make you abandon your position is for opponents to show up, you are useless.

 

>>1878996
Their attempt at appropriating Trotskyism as the "cooler ML" has long fizzled out, because everything actually came from Shachtman, who got kicked out by Trotsky himself. Any further attempts at "neither Washington nor Moscow" would get called out as deviation immediately.

I honestly welcome all the wasted effort to "control the narrative", it's idealist shit, that never worked.

 

>>1878358
I gotta reevaluate my opinions due to this new information.

 

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conservative british newspaper argues being against israel is simply "anti white racism"

 

notice, plz
>>1879026

 

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>>1879084
Shiiiiiet me too!

 

>>1879132
I remember when the Telegraph had comments it became a hive of white nationalism so this does not surprise

 

>>1878485
I'm surprised NYT is actually covering this stuff. Are glowies hoping for regime change in Israel so they can blame it all on Bibi?

 

>>1879142
>Hamas is responsible for the violence but it's good
Zoomers based af

 

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Spain is joining the ICJ case South Africa submitted, Ireland has got to be next

 

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>"Made in India"

>Reads the label on the remains of a missile dropped by Israeli warplanes at a UN shelter in Nusseirat refugee camp last night.

 

>>1879278
This is Modi's crime as much as it is Sunak's, Netanyahu's or Biden's

 

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>>1879278
>UL mark

 

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>A herd of settlers assaulted the Palestinian journalist Saif Al-Qawasmi in occupied Jerusalem.h

 

>>1879278
>"Most of the missiles that are being used to target us are the pride of the American industry."

>The people in Gaza showing remains of American bombs, which were used by Israel to kill children and women in an UNRWA school.

 

Bezalel "Greater Israel" Smotrich is going to be PM one day. Mark my words.

 

>>1878987
that AMB video is a banger

 

> Israeli Channel 13: 'Israel' was officially added to the United Nations blacklist. The blacklist includes countries that kill children in conflict areas.

 

>>1879303
Okay but does that also mean sanctions or at least financial withdrawal from UN states

 

>>1879292
Honestly, I don't wanna sound accelerationist or anything but that'd be a good sign.

 

>>1879336
Good sign for what?

 

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>>1879336
Well whether it is good or not, the future of Israel is a greater and greater shift to the right. The Haredi are 1 out of 10 of the total population of Israel, but 1 out of 3 of the under 18 population. That's why the younger an Israeki is, the more lpright wing they are.

 

>>1879337
The final collapse of this colonial entity.

 

>>1879340
so the future of israel is a population that neither works nor fights, i like where this is headed

 

>>1879337
If the psycho lebensraum guy takes power he'll just pilot israel directly into the ground because even satanyahu understands realpolitik better than him

 

>>1879340
i thought haredim don't give a fuck about i$rahell and just want to study the talmud

 

I think both Pragmatists ("""Dengoids""") and Anti-Revisionists ("""Ultras""") have solid points, but I also find both of them annoying and to be overstating things constantly.

enlightened centrism is OK when it's between types of Communist

 

>>1879354
they're racist settlers, they're also giga-idealists who refuse to pick up a gun, fight, work, or do anything that is required to maintain settler colonialism. They think that with Jedi mind powers and prayer alone they can keep Israel afloat. In this sense, they are a boon to the Palestinians. A literal drain on the resources of Israel. A parasitic ingroup.

 

>>1879355
people should do more stuff like that ytp.
Socialist YTP could be its own genre if a lot of people like, mass created those.

 

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>>1879354
>i thought haredim don't give a fuck about i$rahell and just want to study the talmud
They are also the most virulent settlers. I don't know that much about the IDF thing but it seems to me that IDF is not extreme enough for them and they'd rather do militia stuff. Although their are Haredi IDF units and they're the most extreme as well. These were the units that it was reported the US was considering sanctioning.

 

>>1879355
(this was meant for) >>1878803

 

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>>1879360
https://www.timesofisrael.com/misfits-or-misunderstood-sanctions-threat-shines-light-on-idfs-haredi-fighting-unit/
Misfits or misunderstood? Sanctions threat shines light on IDF’s Haredi fighting unit
>Claims of ideological vigilantism and cruelty invite US moves against Netzah Yehuda, which has integrated thousands from religious world into mainstream society
<Underdogs, or just victimized?

 

>>1879346
>>1879352
They are not going to collapse as long as the US and Germany have a vast interest in keeping the zionazi entity alive which they do despite the worst crimes on humanity most of us have seen live in your lifetime. That retarded acceleration "plan" will also kill even more children.

 

>>1878971
>Martyr Izz El-Din Al-Qassam Brigades provides details of the complex ambush it carried out in Beit Hanoun on May 22nd. The three-phase ambush lasted for 26 continuous hours, and included explosives, grenades, and sniping.
>In the ambush, Al-Qassam fighters killed three IOF soldiers with just two bullets.
>Beit Hanoun has been at the center of the resistance to the ground invasion, with invasions of it taking place 5 times since October 27th. The most recent invasion took place on the day of the ambush, May 22nd. Through these invasions, over 80% of the city's buildings have been destroyed. Yet, the resistance persists.
>In the ambush, a Ra'adiya explosive was detonated against an infantry force, followed by hand grenades, and then detonating a Shuath explosive against the rescue force. Two hours later, Al-Qassam announced the sniping of 3 IOF soldiers.
>Al-Qassam released videos of both operations and has released new details today. At dawn on Tuesday, Al-Qassam fighters spotted IOF special forces from the "Netzah Yehuda" battalion in Beit Hanoun. They advanced 2.3 kilometers as they were watched by the fighters.
>An Al-Qassam Brigades leader told Al-Jazeera: "The enemy forces advanced under our eyes from the northeastern axis of Beit Hanoun at dawn…along the path we had anticipated."
>In the first phase of the operation, Al-Qassam fighters detonated anti-personnel explosives on a tunnel opening near the soldiers, and then threw hand grenades at the force.
>"A rescue force was called to the location at night, and while they were attempting to rescue them, they were targeted with a Shuath explosive, resulting in the rest of the force being either killed or injured," said the Al-Qassam leader.
>Footage released by Al-Qassam (3:48) shows an IOF soldier carrying the remains of the equipment and the weapons of the soldiers killed in the first phase of the ambush. The force withdrew, but it didn't end there.
>The IOF sent a senior officer to supervise the site of the ambush and increase the number of soldiers there. At 4:09, footage is displayed of the monitoring operation by Al-Qassam of the senior officer and his aides. Moments later, they were killed by two accurate sniper shots.
>The Al-Qassam leader stated: "The officer in charge of the mission was spotted, and the fighters targeted him and his assistants in a unique sniping operation, in which two soldiers were hit by a single shot and our fighters followed it up with third, killing him and taking the force out of service. The rest is history."
>Hours after the completion the the second phase, and a number of dead soldiers later, the IOF evacuated the axis, but they returned several hours later.
>The Al-Qassam leader stated: "We expected forces to come to the same tunnel opening we used to carry out the ambush, so the fighters rigged it with explosives."
>In the third stage of the ambush, Al-Qassam fighters prepared the tunnel to be used once more. Footage at 5:13 shows the rigging of the tunnel in preparation of the return of the IOF soldiers, who returned a few hours later on Tuesday night. The soldiers reached the tunnel opening, starting the third phase of the ambush.
>An Al-Qassam leader is heard readying his fighters for the operation at 5:42. "Get ready. Prepare to detonate at the push of a button."
>IOF soldiers then lowered a robot with a camera into the tunnel, followed by the soldiers. "Detonate, detonate, detonate! Allah is the Greatest!"
>Footage at 6:20 shows the evacuation of the dead and wounded soldiers, following the 26-hour-long complex ambush, involving two explosive operations, a historic sniping operation, and rigged tunnels. The IOF announced three killed soldiers in the ambush.
>The Al-Qassam leader commented: "Shortly after this operation, all forces were evacuated from the axis of advance and withdrew into our occupied lands. The rest is history."
>IOF soldiers have not yet returned to Beit Hanoun.
Thanks Hamas. Very, very cool!

 

>>1879364
I knew I had heard of them before >>1878971
>At dawn on Tuesday, Al-Qassam fighters spotted IOF special forces from the "Netzah Yehuda" battalion in Beit Hanoun. They advanced 2.3 kilometers as they were watched by the fighters.
>In the first phase of the operation, Al-Qassam fighters detonated anti-personnel explosives on a tunnel opening near the soldiers, and then threw hand grenades at the force.
as per usual the only force that can bring any justice to palestine is the resistance

 

>>1879359
You mean like this? (#6 in a series)

 

>>1879288
>>A herd of settlers assaulted the Palestinian journalist Saif Al-Qawasmi in occupied Jerusalem.h
I don't think a group of settlers is called a herd.
I'm not sure what they are called though?
Any ideas? Maybe a Surfeit like Skunks.
Answers on a postcard.

 

American-British warplanes launch 4 airstrikes on Hodeidah Airport in western Yemen and an airstrike on the Al-Jad pier in the port of Al-Salif, targeting fishermen's boats.

American-British warplanes carry out a series of strikes on the Yemeni capital of Sana'a, after bombing Hodeidah and Salif.

Yemeni Armed Forces:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.
The Almighty said: "And Allah will surely support those who support Him. Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Mighty."
This is the Truth of Allah, the Almighty.
In support of the oppressed Palestinian people and in response to the crimes of the zionist enemy against the displaced in the Rafah area of the Gaza Strip, and as part of expanding military operations in the fourth phase of escalation and in response to the American-British aggression on our country
The naval forces, the drone air force, and the missile forces in the Yemeni Armed Forces carried out two joint operations in the Red Sea against two ships belonging to companies that violated the entry ban to the ports of occupied Palestine, namely the ship (Elbella) and the ship (AAL GENOA).
The targeting operation was carried out with several drones, ballistic, and naval missiles, and the strike was accurate, by the grace of Allah.
The Yemeni Armed Forces, with the help of Allah Almighty, will continue to carry out their military operations in support and victory of the oppressed Palestinian people until the aggression is stopped and the siege on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip is lifted.
Allah is sufficient for us, and He is the best disposer of affairs. He is the best protector and the best helper.
Long live Yemen, free, honorable, and independent.
Victory to Yemen and all the free people of the nation.
Sana'a, 1 Dhu al-Hijjah 1445 AH
Corresponding to June 7, 2024 AD
Issued by the Yemeni Armed Forces

 

>>1879364
I remember a few years ago they white washed the wiki page and it said because it's a religious unit, they have higher ethics than regular soldiers. the most moral battalion in the worlds most moral army lmao

 

>>1879132
>>1879183
The Telegraph is also essentially bankrupt despite UAE money flowing into it. The Daily Mail is doing great, though! British journalism is a very sketchy world. There's a bit of a scandal this week in the U.S. over the Telegraph's former editor and a literal "lord" taking over the Washington Post (which was already going downhill).

>You cannot hope to bribe or twist,

>Thank God! the British journalist…
>But given what the man will do
>Unbribed, there's no occasion to.

 

An IOF helicopter is evacuating a wounded soldier from Rafah, southern Gaza Strip whose condition has been described as “hopeless,” according to zionist media.

 

Earlier today, a drone hit a target in the "Nof HaGalil" area in the Marj Ibn Amer plain, about 40 kilometers from the Lebanese border and east of occupied Al-Nasira, according to zionist media. It is the longest distance a drone has reached since the start of Al-Aqsa Flood, and zionist air defenses were not able to intercept the drone.

 

>>1879479
>about 40 kilometers from the Lebanese border and east of occupied Al-Nasira, according to zionist media. It is the longest distance a drone has reached since the start of Al-Aqsa Flood,
about 35KM was the largest before so we're graducally getting deeper.
>and zionist air defenses were not able to intercept the drone.
This has been very comon from Hezbollah rockets. Remeber how they all called us crazy for saying how useless Iron Dome would be against real weapons?

 


 

>>1879414
that's probably true, it's just that morals in an Israel context mean you can rape as many Muslim or Christian boys and girls as you like as long as you never look at a married Chosen woman or have consensual sex with an adult man

 

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Nice pic of a hit Iron Dome battery.

 

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>>1879492
There is no such thing as consensual sex

 

>Rep Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) reveals that every republican congressman has an “AIPAC babysitter who is always talking to you for AIPAC.”

 


 

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>>1879530
>americans: DA ROOSHIANS AND CHYNESE ARE INFLUENCING OUR ELECTIONS!
<also americans:

 

>>1879538
The pentagram at the middle nails it, the great satan is real

 

>>1879538
>If the Capitol crumbled to the ground, the one thing that would remain is our commitment to our aid to Israel.

 

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>>1879538
Total zionist death

 

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>>1879591
The zionist samurai has fallen. Billions of brown children must die

 

>>1879591
>5 paragraphs of nothing
Two more weeks for the next nothing burger

 

Why doesn't khamas use drones? Can you post any drone footage they made?

 

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>>1879632
probably because israel uses widespread jamming

 

I heard Hamas has the ability to hijacxk the drones in flight and observe the idf video feeds

 

>>1879655
Not that I've heard. Probably some distortion of what has actually happened, which is that Al-Qassam/PIJ/AMB shot down a drone and extracted the data physically.

 

>>1879669
>Not that I've heard. Probably some distortion of what has actually happened, which is that Al-Qassam/PIJ/AMB shot down a drone and extracted the data physically.
Yes, as far as i've been able to tell to this was happening and there was some confusion due to ambiguous wording.

 

>>1879541
not a cult

 

>>1879538
>DA ROOSHIANS AND CHYNESE ARE INFLUENCING OUR ELECTIONS!
things would be so much better if that were true

 

>>1879364
>headline
>heckin quirk chungus, or smol heckin bean?

 

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>>1879727
Every day I wish I lived in the nightmares of reactionaries. That their every fear was true. That all of their cries of persecution were justified.

>implying I'm a LARPer for stating I would slam that conservative genocide button

 

>>1879762
>Ceos are being persecuted
that reminded me when I had a libertarian uncle who said ceos have a harder time since they have to change jobs more than the average person.

 

>>1879765
All that ruthless social climbing and domination of other people is exhausting, that's why a lot of them are pillheads or alcoholics

 

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The IOF published a list of alleged "resistance fighters" martyred after taking credit for the intentional bombing of the Al-Sardi Boys' School, claiming that it was a resistance site, despite it housing thousands of displaced people. 40 martyrs ascended in the massacre, including 14 children and 9 women. 74 were wounded, including 23 children and 18 women.
Sources told Al-Jazeera that "The list announced by the "israeli" army of the targeted individuals in the Nusseirat massacre contains many errors." The list published by the IOF included several wrong names and photos.
One of the names on the list is Jamal Al-Muqadama, an elderly man who died naturally several years ago. Another name, Mu'tasim Al-Shuqra, was martyred by artillery shelling in Al-Bureij, not in the Nusseirat massacre.
The list also includes a photo of a person who was martyred the day before the massacre, presented as if they ascended in the massacre.
One of the published names of the martyr Ahmed Mukhaimer, was completely misspelled with incorrect second and third names. The attached photo was of his relative, who has been living outside of Gaza for 18 years. Meanwhile, the martyr himself is a street vendor who lived and worked next to the school, and a worker who has a permit to work inside the occupied lands.
Such frequent and publicized mistakes, presented to the world as if they are fact, are strange for an enemy army that claims to have among the best intelligence in the world. This is compounded by the fact that the IOF bombed the school after claiming to have "precise" intelligence information in coordination with the Shin Bet, yet they don't know the names and faces of the supposed "targets."

Hezbollah operations 06/07/2024:
Targeted the "israeli" enemy's artillery positions in "Khirbet Ma'ar" and a deployement of soldiers in the surrounding area with artillery shells.
Targeted a military vehicle inside the “Birkat Risha” site with a guided missile, hitting it directly.
20:34: targeted a deployment of enemy "israeli" soldiers in the "Netua" forest with rocket weapons.

 

>>1879538
Connected For Good

lol. They are really having fun with it.

 

>>1878989
>Mr. al-Hamlawi, the senior nurse, said a female officer had ordered two soldiers to lift him up and press his rectum against a metal stick that was fixed to the ground. Mr. al-Hamlawi said the stick penetrated his rectum for roughly five seconds, causing it to bleed and leaving him with “unbearable pain.”

>A leaked draft of the UNRWA report detailed an interview that gave a similar account. It cited a 41-year-old detainee who said that interrogators “made me sit on something like a hot metal stick and it felt like fire,” and also said that another detainee “died after they put the electric stick up” his anus.


Yup. Only democracy in the middle east!

 

Bad news….
Four Israeli hostages freed in raid in central Gaza
her father Yaakov Argamani to Israel's Channel 12 - shows the 25-year-old being taken away on the back of a motorbike screaming, "Don't kill me!"

Fresh footage of Argamani reunited with her father, smiling and embracing him on board a vehicle was broadcast soon after news of the rescue operation on Saturday.

Kozlov, a Russian who moved to Israel in 2022, had been working as a security guard at the festival.

Jan tried to flee the festival. He and a friend made it to the friend's car but only managed to drive a short distance before being forced to stop.

Ziv was part of the security detail at the festival and was initially in contact with his sisters as the attack unfolded, according to an interview with The Times of Israel.

The Hostages Families Forum Headquarters, a group representing the families of the hostages, described the rescue of the four hostages as “a miraculous triumph,” and thanked the IDF for the “heroic operation”.

The group added: “The Israeli government must remember its commitment to bring back all 120 hostages still held by Hamas — the living for rehabilitation, the murdered for burial.”

In response to the military offensive in Nuseirat, Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh said Israel could not force its choices on the group.

He said the group would not agree a ceasefire deal unless it achieved security for Palestinians.

 

>The Biden administration warned Israel that a ground invasion of Lebanon, even if it is only in the areas close to the border, would likely push Iran to intervene, U.S. and Israeli officials said. One scenario the administration raised with Israel is that Lebanon could be flooded with militants from pro-Iranian militias in Syria, Iraq and even Yemen who would want to join the fighting.
https://archive.ph/lSMe5
an arab coalition fighting off west jerusalem together.. a man can dream

 

>>1879986
Would literally cause a regional massacre with untold levels of destruction. Let's see if the Israelis do it.

 

>>1879986
>>The Biden administration warned Israel that a ground invasion of Lebanon, even if it is only in the areas close to the border, would likely push Iran to intervene, U.S. and Israeli officials said. One scenario the administration raised with Israel is that Lebanon could be flooded with militants from pro-Iranian militias in Syria, Iraq and even Yemen who would want to join the fighting.
Who's booking a flight?
Always wanted to kill an zio.

 

>>1879951
>wont even shoot hostages
>still get viewed as barbarians
hamas is unironically too nice

 

>>1879986
Nothing ever happens. The genocide will continue.

 


 

>>1879951
>Israel saved 4 hostages today
>killed over 200 Palestinians in a refugee camp while doing this.
I hate the fact that some people are portraying this as a feel good sob story.

 

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Leave it to zionists to cause a humanitarian disaster, then continue abusing it for their own gain. Zios are trying to force Hamas into shooting at aid workers

 

Pretty good Fink interview.
He compares himself to Marx 5 minutes in which made me lol.
I adore him.

 

>>1880060
our unsunk hero

 

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>>1880054
>pic
Link?
This has not been announced by any mainstream media or by the resistance in their communications on the hostage rescue.
>>1880159
One might say he's absolutely buoyant.

 

Violent IOF airstrikes targeted various areas in central Gaza, including areas in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir al-Balah. Intense IOF artillery shelling targeted east of Deir Al-Balah, Al-Bureij, Al-Maghazi, and Nusseirat camps. Dozens of airstrikes are reported on Al-Nusseirat refugee camp and Apache helicopters continue to fire heavily west and center of Nusseirat.
Occupation vehicles were reported to be advancing in the eastern part of Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, and are firing heavily.
Fierce armed clashes have been reported between the resistance and the occupation forces east of Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip, and north of the new Nusseirat camp where reports indicate an attempt by IOF infantry forces to advance into Nusseirat camp from the northern side.
At this moment, the infiltration attempt is taking place amidst barbaric and random bombings with dozens of airstrikes and missiles targeting civilian homes in Al-Nusseirat camp, central Gaza.
The occupation is besieging a large number of displaced people in Al-Da'wa School north of Nusseirat camp.
Dozens of martyrs and injured are arriving successively at Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital due to the intense targeting in the area there.
Journalists report that the IOF is threatening to bomb the courtyard of Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir Al-Balah, central Gaza, giving half an hour, and that people are evacuating while martyrs and injuries continue to be transported to the hospital.
Aerial, artillery, and helicopter bombing has been reported, especially Al-Maghazi camp, central Gaza.
Fierce clashes and artillery shelling were reported between the Palestinian resistance and the IOF, extending along the eastern garage area up to the livestock market in central Rafah, southern Gaza.
IOF vehicles continue to fire heavily towards the southern areas of Gaza City, northern Gaza.

The number of martyrs in the Nusseirat market massacre in the central Gaza Strip has reached 210, in addition to 400 wounded.

IOF military helicopters are landing at "Tel Hashomer" and "Soroka" hospitals following an unusual event in Nusseirat, central Gaza Strip, according to zionist sources.

The zionist police admitted to the death of a "special forces" Yamam commander who was killed in Nusseirat camp in the central Gaza Strip today.

The IOF carried out a heinous massacre in Nusseirat and marketed it as a "hostage rescue operation." Over 210 martyrs have ascended in a brutal bombing and gunfire raid by zionist forces.
It is worth noting that the captives were withdrawn from the area using an "aid truck" by zionist forces. The so-called "American hostages unit" assisted with the massacre operation, delivering the "aid truck" from the American floating dock</a> in the central Gaza Strip.
It was through the American floating dock that the operation initiated, with the "aid trucks" entering through it. American intelligence and forces helped, according to a US official, using "aid" as a cover to carry out the massacre. The US, as usual, is a direct partner in the bloodshed. Local sources reported that undercover IOF in civilian clothing also entered in civilian vehicles.
This shameful operation could have been averted had the zionist entity accepted the ceasefire proposal last month, which would have freed all the zionist captives, proving yet again that the occupation's goals are not the recovery of the captives, but to further its genocidal goals. Yet, the IOF used hundreds of soldiers and massacred hundreds in order to recover four captives, eight months after they were captured by the resistance.
The resistance has emphasized: "At the same time, we affirm that the price we will take for five living prisoners or ten is the same price we would have taken for all prisoners had they not been killed by the enemy's bombing operations."

Martyr Izz El-Din Al-Qassam Brigades spokesman Abu Obeida:
What the zionist enemy carried out in the Nusseirat area in the central Gaza Strip is a compounded war crime, and the first to be harmed by it are its captives.
The enemy managed to liberate some of its captives by committing horrific massacres, but at the same time, it killed some of them during the operation.
The operation will pose a great danger to the enemy's captives and will have a negative impact on their conditions and lives.

Colombian President Gustavo Petro announced that Colombia is suspending coal exports to the zionist entity.
Notably, Colombia is the zionist entity's largest coal supplier, having sold $450 million worth of coal to them last year. in 2020, coal-generated power accounted for 26% of the electricity in the zionist entity.

 

<Within the framework of cooperation between the various military wings of the Palestinian resistance factions, the Al-Qassam Brigades and the Martyr Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, targeted an Israeli Apache helicopter with a Sam-7 missile in the sky of the Nuseirat camp.
OUR GUYS
>>1880171
>Colombian President Gustavo Petro announced that Colombia is suspending coal exports to the zionist entity.
>Notably, Colombia is the zionist entity's largest coal supplier, having sold $450 million worth of coal to them last year. in 2020, coal-generated power accounted for 26% of the electricity in the zionist entity.
lmao get rekt.

 

>>1880169
his hatred of Zionist hypocrisy is enough to lift the Titanic

 


 

>>1880186
To be clear, I believe that Colombia is some 50% of Israel's coal imports.

 

>>1880186
>The enemy managed to liberate some of its captives by committing horrific massacres, but at the same time, it killed some of them during the operation.
ah, wonder how many they killed. Still likely a PR win for the zionists

>>1880186
>the military wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, targeted an Israeli Apache helicopter with a Sam-7 missile in the sky of the Nuseirat camp.
hell yeah. I would rather read "destroyed" than "targeted" though
Imagine if the resistance had ton of manpads and all the zionists heli evacs ended in balls of flames

 

>>1880203
tbf coal is a plentiful resource, its likely not that hard to replace it

 

>>1880171
>It was through the American floating dock that the operation initiated, with the "aid trucks" entering through it. American intelligence and forces helped, according to a US official, using "aid" as a cover to carry out the massacre. The US, as usual, is a direct partner in the bloodshed. Local sources reported that undercover IOF in civilian clothing also entered in civilian vehicles.
so that was what this floating dock shit was for

 

Is this true news or false rumor that US troops participated in the civilian massacre Israel just carried out?

 

Wait. The events being described here are worse than anyone could possibly have prepared me for. Israel loaded troops onto a disguised aid truck under the supervision of the U.S. army, delivered it to a refugee camp and then stormed out massacring hundreds of people.

 

Quick! How do I respond?

 


 

AMB in Tulkarm released a statement which I'm not going to post fully because a lot of groups in the West Bank post lengthy messages vowing revenge, which is what most of this message was, but they also said "to all concerned: Remember the number 4444 well, for you will refer to it when you awaken from the shock of the surprise". Not sure what it means, presumably they have some kind of operation planned which somehow relates to that number.

 

>Today, Israeli attacks on Nuseirat killed at least 210 Palestinians and injured 400, in an operation that reduced four Israeli captives held there.
<reduced
is Al Jazeera trying to tell us something?

 

If this stuff about aid trucks is true this is an absolute crisis for international humanitarian orgs.

 

>>1880249
>Is this true news or false rumor that US troops participated in the civilian massacre Israel just carried out?
No media I have seen has said this and the resistance has not said this, Abu Obaida has spoken about the attack and didn't mention it.
>>1880251
>then stormed out massacring hundreds of people.
100's were mostly killed by bombings not shot by troops, just to be clear. Israel does 'fire wall's' when it does operations to give themselves security.
>>1880244
>Imagine if the resistance had ton of manpads and all the zionists heli evacs ended in balls of flames
A cool fact about their anti-air rockets is the piece of pipe you see on them. These things were brought cheap from the Libian stocks, they are old and the batteries didn't work in order for heat-seeking. What that piece of pipe is is a Gaza made chemical battery that immitates and replaces the degraded originals.

 

National Resistance Brigades (Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces) spokesman Abu Khaled:
Our fighters destroyed one of the enemy's bulldozers and continue to bombard their positions with mortars.
Commander Abu Khaled, spokesperson for Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces (the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine), issued a military statement, confirming that the fighters of Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces destroyed one of the "israeli" enemy's armored bulldozers and continued to bombard their vehicles on the advancement fronts with mortars. Here are the details:
First: A group from Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces successfully ambushed one of the enemy's fortified bulldozers and struck it with anti-tank shells, resulting in the disabling of the D9 bulldozer, and the killing of its driver, in the area of Al-Abd Jabr in Yabna camp, west of Rafah city in the southern Gaza Strip.
Second: Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces bombarded the "israeli" enemy forces that had infiltrated east of Al-Bureij camp, in the central Gaza Strip, with a number of heavy mortar shells, which hit their targets.
Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces – Military Wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Military Media
8/6/2024

The UKMTO reports that ship was attacked in the Gulf of Aden, 80 nautical miles southeast of Aden, Yemen.

 

Hezbollah operations 06/08/2024:
11:25 PM on Friday, 7/06/2024: targeted a gathering of "israeli" enemy soldiers in the "Tayhat Triangle" with rocket weapons.
Launched an aerial attack with an attack drone on a newly established artillery position in the “Sin’im” area in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms, targeting the positions and locations of enemy officers and soldiers, hitting its targets accurately.
01:10: a group of "israeli" enemy soldiers was targeted with artillery shells as they moved inside the "Rahib" site.
10:45: targeted the "Zar'it" barracks with artillery shells, hitting it directly.
Targeted the “Malikiyah” settlement with a Katyusha rocket salvo, in response to the “israeli” enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe houses, and the targeting of civilians, especially in the town of Aitaroun, which led to the martyrdom of citizens and the injury of others.
14:00: targeted the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Kfar Shuba hills with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly.
Targeted a building used by "israeli" enemy soldiers in the "Kfar Yuval" settlement with rocket weapons, in response to the "israeli" enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes, particularly in the town of Khiam.
Targeted the headquarters of the Sahel battalion in the “Beit Hillel” barracks with Falaq-2 missiles, in response to the "israeli" enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes, recently in the towns Markaba and Aitaroun.
Targeted a building belonging to military intelligence in the settlement of "Misgav Am" with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly. This led to its destruction, the outbreak of fire, and the killing and wounding of those inside, in response to the "isareli" enemy's attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes and the targeting of civilians, particularly in the town of Aitaroun, which led to the martyrdom of citizens and the wounding of others.
Targeted a building used by enemy "israeli" soldiers in the settlement of "Metulla" with appropriate weapons, hitting it directly, in response to the "israeli" enemy’s attacks on the steadfast southern villages and safe homes, particularly in the town of Khiam.
22:35: targeted a group of "israeli" enemy soldiers who were attacking with phosphorus shells and setting fires in the brushes opposite the town of Ramia with rocket weapons, achieving direct hits.

 

wheres the new thread

 



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