January 21, 2009


U.S. Military Analyst: Israel Was “Too Restrained” in Gaza

Former Lt. General Thomas McInerney told the Jerusalem Post that Israel was “too restrained and could have gone deeper into Gaza.”

January 20, 2009


Israel’s Attorney General: Country is Bracing for Lawsuits

Filed under: General,Lawsuits — No To Terror @ 2:38 am

Menachum Mazuz was appointed Israel\'s Attorney General in 2004
According to Israel’s Attorney General Menachum Mazuz, Israel is “preparing for a wave of international lawsuits over the operation in Gaza.”

To date, no such lawsuits have been filed.

According to Yedioth Ahronot:

IDF officers intending to travel to Europe, whether for business or pleasure, have been advised to contact the Judge Advocate General’s Office prior to leaving Israel; and some may be instructed not to leave the country.

The advisory has been issued following Israel’s concern that international arrest warrants may be issued against officers who were involved in the Israeli offensive in Gaza, on charges of war crimes.

January 13, 2009


Hamas Using Human Shields, Over and Over

Filed under: Uncategorized — No To Terror @ 7:49 am

Another reporter confirms that Hamas uses human shields in Gaza’s civilian population, intentionally putting Palestinian lives in jeopardy.

Taghreed El-Khodary’s candid interviews of wounded Palestinians and their families in the emergency room at Gaza’s Shifa Hospital is revealing for its candor.

Dr. Awni al-Jaru, 37, a surgeon at the hospital, rushed in from his home here, dressed in his scrubs. But he came not to work. His head was bleeding, and his daughter’s jaw was broken.

He said Hamas militants next to his apartment building had fired mortar and rocket rounds. Israel fired back with force, and his apartment was hit. His wife, Albina, originally from Ukraine, and his 1-year-old son were killed.

A young Hamas terrorist proudly tells the New York Times reporter that “we run into houses to get away” from the Israeli military.

“Hurry, I must get back so I can keep fighting,” he told the doctors.

He was told that there were more serious cases than his, that he needed to wait. But he insisted. “We are fighting the Israelis,” he said. “When we fire we run, but they hit back so fast. We run into the houses to get away.” He continued smiling.

“Why are you so happy?” this reporter asked. “Look around you.”

A girl who looked about 18 screamed as a surgeon removed shrapnel from her leg. An elderly man was soaked in blood. A baby a few weeks old and slightly wounded looked around helplessly. A man lay with parts of his brain coming out. His family wailed at his side.

“Don’t you see that these people are hurting?” the militant was asked.

“But I am from the people, too,” he said, his smile incandescent. “They lost their loved ones as martyrs. They should be happy. I want to be a martyr, too.”


Hamas Grad Missile Terror Authority Killed

According to the Israeli Defense Forces, Amir Mansi, the commander of the Hamas rocket launching program in the Gaza City area, was killed on Saturday, January 20, 2009 by IDF fire with assistance of the Shin Bet a/k/a Shabak, the Israeli Security Agency.

Mansi was also the leading Hamas authority on the terrorist group’s Grad long range missile launching program.

According to the IDF, Mansi directed and actively fired dozens of rockets at Israel, killing and wounding Israeli civilians. Mansi was spotted firing a rocket in the Jabal al-Rais area during a ground force operation today. The forces opened fire, killing Mansi and injuring two additional terror operatives.

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