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Israeli intelligence report on Iran's financing of Hamas and Hezbollah

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Israeli intelligence agencies have published data on the amount of Iran’s financing of some Middle Eastern groups. He voiced the data contained in the report, Major-General of Military Intelligence of Israel Gertsi Halevi. Speaking to the participants of the security conference, the intelligence agency general said that Tehran is financing Hezbollah (* banned in the Russian Federation) and Hamas for a total of 125 million dollars a year.



At the same time, Halevi said that Hamas consciously exacerbates the situation in the Gaza Strip, "helping to ensure that people in Gaza have problems with electricity and building materials." This, according to the Israeli general, is exposed as the result of Israeli actions, which, according to Halevi, is not true. The fact that Israel is actually blocking the Gaza Strip, Halevi did not voice at the conference. however, he noted that the problems arising in the Sector are an internal matter of the forces fighting for power there (Fatah and Hamas).

Commented in his report, the Israeli intelligence general and Hezbollah (*) actions in Syria, supported by Iran. According to him, Israel cannot afford to ignore the strengthening positions of this group.

And speaking at the same conference, the ex-representative of the Israeli defense circles noted that in the current situation Israel could not rely on the security options proposed by the US (probably talking about de-escalation zones in Syria) and "should independently solve tasks related to its own security."
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  1. apro
    apro 24 June 2017 16: 24
    +10
    So Israel reminded itself, but something was quiet ....
    1. Pirogov
      Pirogov 24 June 2017 16: 27
      +1
      Quote: apro
      So Israel reminded of itself, but something was quiet ...

      How the Jews will quiet down, this is not about them. Apparently they will bomb Syria again, but it’s like a pretext, etc.
      1. The black
        The black 24 June 2017 16: 31
        +5
        In other words, Israel made it clear that the cessation of hostilities in Syria does not suit them ... as they say they bombed, we bomb and we will bomb ...
        1. Shurik70
          Shurik70 24 June 2017 16: 36
          +16
          Israeli intelligence services report on Iran's Hamas financing

          It would be better if they made a report on the creation of the Hamas organization by the Israeli secret services. Somehow they are bashfully silent about this.
          Or they would make a report on who created ISIS. Although for this they will be buried by the CIA.
          1. kpotr
            kpotr 24 June 2017 16: 42
            0
            Egeptans? From the creators of the Muslim Brotherhood?
            1. Shurik70
              Shurik70 24 June 2017 16: 51
              +14
              Quote: kpotr
              Egeptans? From the creators of the Muslim Brotherhood?

              Hamas was created by Israel as opposed to Fatah. This they themselves recognized later. And she achieved her goal - all the guys from Fatah fled to Hamas
              ISIS was created by the CIA to destabilize Europe by saturating with refugees (which has not yet been proven, but see who benefits from it). The goals have not yet been achieved - "Europe hasn’t died yet." Although England is already running away.
              1. kpotr
                kpotr 24 June 2017 16: 57
                +2
                They say it came out of the Muslim Brotherhood.
                Quote: Shurik70

                ISIS was created by the CIA to destabilize Europe by saturating refugees. Goals have not yet been achieved - "Europe hasn’t died yet"

                Russia was created by reptilians to destabilize the world by dividing the world into "poles." Objectives have not yet been achieved - "Chi is not Bipolarity svit"
                1. Dead duck
                  Dead duck 24 June 2017 17: 29
                  +5
                  Quote: kpotr
                  They say it came out of the Muslim Brotherhood.

                  Muslim brothers still had fun in 70-80.
              2. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 08
                +5
                Quote: Shurik70

                Hamas was created by Israel as opposed to Fatah

                Not true. At one time, they underestimated the danger of Muslim organizations that declared charity their goal and did not control them enough. That is the whole contribution of Israel to the creation of Hamas.
                1. Shurik70
                  Shurik70 24 June 2017 17: 58
                  +4
                  Quote: Aaron Zawi
                  Quote: Shurik70

                  Hamas was created by Israel

                  Not true

                  Yes, the information that the emergence of Hamas is the result of the intrigues of the Israeli secret services seeking to split the anti-Israeli movement is regularly removed from the Internet. One of the retired pensioners Shabak let slip, a few days later this video is deleted. Of course, there were not many such cases, and now they are almost gone.
                  The falsification of history is generally one of the features of humanity. Half, if not more, of historical facts is fiction. We live in a fantasy world.
                2. DMB_95
                  DMB_95 24 June 2017 19: 50
                  +1
                  Quote: Aaron Zawi
                  Quote: Shurik70

                  Hamas was created by Israel as opposed to Fatah

                  Not true. In my timeunderestimated the danger of Muslim organizations declaring charity their goal and not controlling it enough. That is the whole contribution of Israel to the creation of Hamas.

                  But the "security" ISIS for Israel is not too overestimated, strategists damn it ...?
                  1. Talgat
                    Talgat 25 June 2017 03: 25
                    +3
                    I quote the article: "... Tehran finances Hezbollah (* banned in Russia) ..."

                    Hezbollah is in no way banned either in the Russian Federation or in Kazakhstan or in any other republic of the CSTO or the EAC. T to Hezbollah fighters are fighting side by side with Russian troops defending Syria. Hezbollah has always been loyal to Russia and Iran. Iran has close ties with Hezbollah. Russian writer Prokhanov generally write enthusiastic books about Hezbollah calling them nothing more than "heroes of Hekhballa"

                    But on the other hand, in the United States, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and so on, it’s clear that Hezbollah is considered terrorists — and they can be understood, because the principle from which camp you are acting

                    Hezbollah is not from the Saudi camp of Israel and the United States
                    1. Cataphract
                      Cataphract 25 June 2017 04: 49
                      +1
                      Quote: Talgat
                      Hezbollah is in no way banned either in the Russian Federation or in Kazakhstan

                      the fact that there are "bad" terrorists and "good" is also not new, double standards.
          2. Aaron Zawi
            Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 05
            +5
            Quote: Shurik70
            Israeli intelligence services report on Iran's Hamas financing

            It would be better if they made a report on the creation of the Hamas organization by the Israeli secret services. Somehow they are bashfully silent about this.
            Or they would make a report on who created ISIS. Although for this they will be buried by the CIA.

            Hamas is the combat wing of the Muslim Brotherhood organization, which originated in the Islamic world in the 19 century. Say also that we have created the Brothers of Muslims. hi
            1. sabakina
              sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 12
              +8
              Aron, but isn't it? God created the Jew, the Jew of everyone else ... It’s logical!
              1. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 14
                +2
                Quote: sabakina
                Aron, but isn't it? God created the Jew, the Jew of everyone else ... It’s logical!

                And this is according to Huberman. good

                The Lord’s sowing is the same everywhere,
                and lie to us about the difference of nations
                all people are Jews, and just not all
                found while the courage to confess.


                1. sabakina
                  sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 18
                  +3
                  I am ashamed to admit to the forum, but after your words, I looked down. No, whisker in place, as at birth.
                  1. Aaron Zawi
                    Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 20
                    +6
                    Quote: sabakina
                    I am ashamed to admit to the forum, but after your words, I looked down. No, whisker in place, as at birth.

                    "Everyone has their own shortcomings" (c). laughing
                    1. sabakina
                      sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 23
                      +5
                      Yes Aron, the film "Independence Day." And interestingly, I agree with the father of the main movie hero! wink
                      1. The comment was deleted.
                      2. And Us Rat
                        And Us Rat 24 June 2017 18: 48
                        +1
                        Quote: sabakina
                        "Everyone has their own shortcomings" (c). laughing

                        Quote: sabakina
                        Yes Aron, the film "Independence Day" ...

                        To be precise, the phrase “nobody is perfect” appeared there. yes
                      3. Svarog51
                        Svarog51 25 June 2017 05: 17
                        +8
                        Glory hi hi And I always thought that this phrase is from "There are only girls in jazz"
                        Sadness, however. recourse
                      4. Maki Avellevich
                        Maki Avellevich 25 June 2017 13: 06
                        +1
                        Quote: sabakina
                        Yes Aron, the film "Independence Day." And interestingly, I agree with the father of the main movie hero!


                        I think "Only girls in jazz"
                    2. Maz
                      Maz 24 June 2017 20: 00
                      +2
                      Yeah, so say Israel against ISIS?
                      What is this?
                      At a conference in Herzliya, Israeli military intelligence chief Major General Herzi Halevi outlined Israel’s long-term stance: he would prefer ISIS victory over the [current] Syrian government. Thus, it was openly stated that Israel did not want ISIS defeat in the current war. Major General Halevi expressed concern about the recent attacks on the territory occupied by ISIS, saying that over the past 3 months, the Islamic state has faced the most serious problems since the proclamation of the caliphate.

                      Official Israel regularly expressed support for ISIS plans to conquer all of Syria, saying that it would be preferable to maintaining the current pro-Iranian government of Syria. At the same time, the support of ISIS by official Israel was not expressed so openly.

                      Halevi expressed concern that if ISIS was defeated, the "superpowers" would leave Syria, which would put Israel in a difficult situation after such a clear opposition to the preservation of the current Syrian government.

                      He said that "Israel will do everything possible to avoid this situation", suggesting that the Israeli military might consider supporting ISIS directly, not just as rhetoric, but politically.
                      1. And Us Rat
                        And Us Rat 24 June 2017 20: 04
                        +5
                        Quote: Maz
                        At a conference in Herzliya ...

                        Can you try to put the pearl spoils in a couple of lines? You litter the branch. request
            2. marshes
              marshes 24 June 2017 17: 21
              +5
              Quote: Aron Zaavi
              Hamas is the combat wing of the Muslim Brotherhood organization, which originated in the Islamic world in the 19 century. Say also that we have created the Brothers of Muslims.

              Sholom, it’s just interesting how Iranian Shiites can sponsor Sunnis, what brothers are like Hamas?
              PYSYA although in the Middle East the devil will break his leg while understanding who is "feeding" whom.
              1. Aaron Zawi
                Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 31
                +1
                Quote: marshes
                Quote: Aron Zaavi
                Hamas is the combat wing of the Muslim Brotherhood organization, which originated in the Islamic world in the 19 century. Say also that we have created the Brothers of Muslims.

                Sholom, it’s just interesting how Iranian Shiites can sponsor Sunnis, what brothers are like Hamas?
                PYSYA although in the Middle East the devil will break his leg while understanding who is "feeding" whom.

                Even laziness to tell. hi In the internet a lot of information.
                1. Evil543
                  Evil543 24 June 2017 17: 35
                  +1
                  Israel dealt an air strike on the Syrian army
                  1. And Us Rat
                    And Us Rat 24 June 2017 18: 52
                    +2
                    Quote: Evil543
                    Israel dealt an air strike on the Syrian army

                    Alas, and ah. recourse
                2. marshes
                  marshes 24 June 2017 17: 41
                  +3
                  Quote: Aron Zaavi
                  Even laziness to tell. In the internet a lot of information.

                  laughing Well, purely Jewish, didn’t offend?, The answer is. I’ll have to climb on the Internet, read a lot of letters, and one figs again to consult the Israelis. laughing
                  1. And Us Rat
                    And Us Rat 24 June 2017 18: 50
                    +1
                    Quote: marshes
                    ... I will have to climb on an Internet, read a lot of letters, and one figs again to consult the Israelis for consultations. laughing

                    But you will already be savvy in terms of mat-parts, and you will already be asking questions in essence. wink hi
                    1. marshes
                      marshes 24 June 2017 19: 01
                      +2
                      Quote: And Us Rat
                      But you will already be savvy in terms of mat-parts, and you will already be asking questions in essence.

                      Well, what a shame, having studied this and asked questions about it, few Israelis can explain it intelligibly.
                      I asked my brother-in-law's mother-in-law that he was living in Ashdot, to which she answered swearingly ..... she knows. laughing
                      1. karish
                        karish 24 June 2017 19: 18
                        +4
                        Quote: marshes
                        brother-in-law's mother-in-law that he lives in Ashdot, asked what she answered swearingly ..... know

                        What about Hamas? Elementary - you want to eat - and take from Iran.
                        Iran needs to make Byak Israel-give Hamas.
                        The Muslim brothers are all the same.
                        There is no money, I want to eat, it is important for Iran to shake the BV and Egypt - Muslim brothers are very suitable for this.
                        That's all.
                      2. And Us Rat
                        And Us Rat 24 June 2017 20: 06
                        +1
                        Quote: marshes
                        few Israelis can explain it intelligibly.

                        We won’t flood here - if there is specific the question is in PM. yes
              2. The black
                The black 24 June 2017 17: 37
                +1
                Quote: marshes
                Sholom, just wondering how Iranian Shiites can sponsor Sunnis

                As well as Turkey (Sunnis), for example, support Azerbaijan (Shiites) smile
                1. marshes
                  marshes 24 June 2017 17: 46
                  +2
                  Quote: Black
                  As well as Turkey (Sunnis), for example, support Azerbaijan (Shiites)

                  There religion is in second place, in the first relationship are Iranians, Persians, not related to Arabs, Semites, but somehow manage to support Sunni Arabs. Can there be "ears" sticking out from mosques in the Arab Sunni states? That is the same as Egypt or Qatar.
        2. Maskom
          Maskom 24 June 2017 16: 51
          +5
          Only if the Iranians transfer strategic weapons to Hezbollah and do not organize their bases in Syria. So you would have suffered a NATO base in Belarus or Ukraine? But NATO is a much lesser threat to you than Iran and Hezbollah to us.
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 15
            +6
            Quote: Maskom
            Only if the Iranians transfer strategic weapons to Hezbollah and do not organize their bases in Syria. So you would have suffered a NATO base in Belarus or Ukraine? But NATO is a much lesser threat to you than Iran and Hezbollah to us.

            Or now you will take your words back, or right now they will beat! Maybe even kicked!
            I wonder who this ......... holds for us? am
            1. And Us Rat
              And Us Rat 24 June 2017 18: 55
              +2
              Quote: sabakina
              Or now you will take your words back, or right now they will beat! Maybe even kicked!

              He won’t take it. yes They can try. yes
              Quote: sabakina
              I wonder who this ......... holds for us? am

              For those whom you show yourself. request And this is individual.
          2. Dead duck
            Dead duck 24 June 2017 17: 38
            +6
            So you would have suffered a NATO base in Belarus or Ukraine?

            Duc, geyropa and so one solid NATO base, and we need it ?! laughing
            I won’t say exactly about the outskirts, but in Crimea there were plans to create an amer base.
            The result is known. good
            1. And Us Rat
              And Us Rat 24 June 2017 18: 56
              +3
              Quote: Deadush
              The result is known ...

              Then why are individual comrades surprised? request
              1. Dead duck
                Dead duck 24 June 2017 19: 01
                +6
                This is not for me, this is from the section "Obvious not probable".
                Even the transfer was like that.
                I am more on witchcraft, shamanism, communism and other isms in the aisles of law and morality laughing
                1. And Us Rat
                  And Us Rat 24 June 2017 20: 07
                  +2
                  Quote: Deadush
                  I'm more about witchcraft, shamanism, communism and other isms

                  Prefer Anarchy and Technocracy drinks
                  1. Dead duck
                    Dead duck 24 June 2017 20: 37
                    +6
                    Quote: And Us Rat
                    Prefer Anarchy and Technocracy

                    Dangerous mix laughing
                    Now, if the first was replaced by "controlled chaos", then something interesting would have turned out drinks
                    Although, damn steampunk will be like ... laughing
      2. kpotr
        kpotr 24 June 2017 16: 33
        0
        This is an occasion.

        How the Jews will quiet down, this is not about them. Apparently they will bomb Syria again, but it’s like a pretext, etc.

        On Saturday, June 24, at about 15:00, several shells fired from Syria exploded in the Golan Heights.

        The IDF press service reported that the shells exploded in an undeveloped area. No one was injured as a result of the shelling.

        In connection with the ongoing fighting in the Kuneitra region, the IDF asks the population to refrain from visiting the territory adjacent to the Israeli-Syrian border.
      3. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 24 June 2017 18: 22
        +2
        Quote: Pirogov
        Apparently they will bomb Syria again

        Duc, they already ...
    2. siberalt
      siberalt 24 June 2017 16: 33
      +6
      Who would believe Israel? laughing
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 11
        +2
        Quote: siberalt
        Who would believe Israel? laughing

        Excuse me, well, who should be trusted and verified. And your opinion is of little interest to the Kremlin. tongue
        1. sabakina
          sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 33
          +4
          And your opinion is of little interest to the Kremlin.
          What did he say about the Kremlin?
          1. And Us Rat
            And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 00
            +2
            Quote: sabakina
            And your opinion is of little interest to the Kremlin.
            What did he say about the Kremlin?

            I will translate it into an affordable one:
            There is you, and there is the Kremlin, your views on this situation radically diverge, but the Kremlin decides. And you can continue (if it’s your joy) to boil with indignation - it will not affect anything. hi
    3. sabakina
      sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 08
      +6
      Quote: apro
      So Israel reminded itself, but something was quiet ....

      Why was it quiet? Every day at the service!
      Aron Zaavi, And Us, Bindyuzhnik, Rabioso, Shahno, dag, karish, Netwallker, igor67, Center, Maskom, voyaka uh, Rabinovich, Rabinovich-7
      1. apro
        apro 24 June 2017 17: 16
        +4
        Quote: sabakina
        Aron Zaavi, And Us, Bindyuzhnik, Rabioso, Shahno, dag, karish, Netwallker, igor67, Center, Maskom, voyaka uh, Rabinovich, Rabinovich-7

        So this is their service to the state of Israel, so to speak on the ideological front.
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 17: 21
          +1
          Quote: apro
          Quote: sabakina
          Aron Zaavi, And Us, Bindyuzhnik, Rabioso, Shahno, dag, karish, Netwallker, igor67, Center, Maskom, voyaka uh, Rabinovich, Rabinovich-7

          So this is their service to the state of Israel, so to speak on the ideological front.

          Oh, your words, yes Gd in the ears. fellow
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 35
            +3
            Aron, well, admit that while there is no topic relating to Israel, you will not find you with fire during the day, but it’s worth mentioning the devil ..... Hold on to the ground, and I’ll go down ....
            1. Aaron Zawi
              Aaron Zawi 24 June 2017 19: 39
              +2
              Quote: sabakina
              Aron, well, admit that while there is no topic relating to Israel, you will not find you with fire during the day, but it’s worth mentioning the devil ..... Hold on to the ground, and I’ll go down ....

              Well, first of all, I am also interested in topics related to military history and weapons. As for everyday politics, I belong to a small nation and the problems between the Russian Federation and Ukraine or the USA and China interest me only in how this affects Israel.
          2. Dead duck
            Dead duck 24 June 2017 17: 42
            +6
            Aron Zaavi
            Question.
            Lebanon was "forced into peace" at the time, now it is an adder.
            Was the game worth the candle?
            1. And Us Rat
              And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 11
              +3
              Quote: Deadush
              Aron Zaavi
              Question.
              Lebanon was "forced into peace" at the time, now it is an adder.
              Was the game worth the candle?

              The viper there began earlier, when the king of Jordan was tired of the “Palestinians” and the hemorrhoids they created for him, and gave them a kick in the ass.
              They drove into Lebanon with the whole crowd and set to work on the old - by and large, the "Palestinians" set fire to the wick of the civil war in Lebanon in 1975, and Israel entered there later 7! years old (when they were completely sick of it).
              In general, wherever the "Palestinians" find themselves, blood begins to pour. There are several thousand of them in ISIS alone; some "Palestinian" groups generally swore allegiance to Al-Baghdadi as a whole.
              Py.Sy. - Hezbollah rose after the “Palestinians” were kicked from Lebanon to Tunisia. The place was vacated.
              1. Dead duck
                Dead duck 24 June 2017 19: 29
                +6
                But now there’s a “creepy viper.”
                In fact, the solution to one problem gave rise to new and more serious ones.
                Maybe they did something wrong or didn’t finish it?
                And before, there was at least some civilization there, and now Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan are a solid “abscess” (Afghanistan and Iraq are not your business laughing drinks ).
                Syria ... a long song.
                1. And Us Rat
                  And Us Rat 24 June 2017 20: 15
                  +3
                  Quote: Deadush
                  Maybe they did something wrong or didn’t finish it?

                  Both. recourse
                  1. It was necessary to impede the “Palestinization of Lebanon,” so that they would immediately go to Tunisia.
                  2. It was necessary to achieve the introduction of a full-fledged international peacekeeping mission in Lebanon when they left (and not a miserable couple of hundreds of UN soldiers).
                  Not the fact that it would have turned out (the weight at the UN is not the same), but I think I could make more efforts. Apparently the government thought that the accusations would be poured that “we’re not doing our thing,” it still didn’t shield the accusations - so ... request
                  In general, sometimes the position of our government freaks me out, they think that if we are “right,” they will notice and appreciate it in the world. Fools, no matter what Israel does - it’s all the same to blame, a priori, only by the very fact of its existence - so what for then restrain yourself ?! am
                  1. Dead duck
                    Dead duck 24 June 2017 21: 08
                    +6
                    Quote: And Us Rat
                    he is still guilty a priori

                    As already written - Russians and Jews will be hated forever, we have such a fate laughing
                    Quote: And Us Rat
                    It was necessary to seek the introduction of a full-fledged international peacekeeping mission

                    At that time, the UN was still strong, it’s now a “big top circus”, perhaps it happened.
                    Stalin at one time also cardinally tried to solve the problem (the hut could send to Siberia or to the camps, not to mention the execution) by the resettlement of some peoples. As a result, they didn’t even say thanks that they practically preserved the genotype of some peoples.
                    1. And Us Rat
                      And Us Rat 24 June 2017 22: 06
                      +2
                      Quote: Deadush
                      Stalin at one time also cardinally tried to solve the problem (the hut could send to Siberia or to the camps, not to mention the execution) by the resettlement of some peoples. As a result, they didn’t even say thanks that they practically preserved the genotype of some peoples.

                      The fact of not committing evil is not a good deed.
        2. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 02
          0
          Quote: apro
          So this is their service to the state of Israel, so to speak on the ideological front.

          Moreover, it’s free, I ask you to note that everything is on bare enthusiasm - and it’s worth it to earn (from the state). wink
      2. Svarog51
        Svarog51 25 June 2017 05: 25
        +7
        Glory
        Center, Rabinovich, Rabinovich-7
        one in three persons. It's like Vitaly DEPARTMENT - reborn from ashes ... from the eternal "bath." good
      3. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak 25 June 2017 12: 24
        +1
        Quote: sabakina
        Aron Zaavi, And Us, Bindyuzhnik, Rabioso, Shahno, dag, karish, Netwallker,

        And this is not a complete list. There is far from everything. There are 62 agents on my list. Thanks to you, 4 pieces have been added.
        1. 1Markus
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        61. Center
        laughing fellow laughing fellow laughing fellow
    4. Maz
      Maz 24 June 2017 19: 05
      +2
      So this is also, traders in the market are quieting down until the customer’s competitor starts to lead away, after that there are no rules - the client must buy what is offered - in any way. Shaw, but Jews know how to trade and bargain. Here they recently boasted of the misinformation that they are masters of supporting Russia - what can I say - they know how to fool people. Do not believe me - go to the kish-kushim market in Telaviv. To the first question about the price for the thing you like - a coffee grinder, for example, will be answered with, for example, 400, then they will say they will give it to your own expense for 380, but if you doubt it will be dropped to the wholesale price - for 350, and maybe even up to 340, but if you start to leave - they will cling to a tick to sell for 200-250 at least. And Iran is, first of all, for Israeli business - a lot of money if you overwhelm it, like Iraq. And if you recall who Israel has a strategic ally, then there’s no need to explain anything here, in whose interests this article and the speech of the respected general. The stuffing he is the stuffing, true or fake - the beginning of the next "combo", as they say in Israel. for Israel, any reaction to this statement is a positive result, with further development through all channels.
    5. Maz
      Maz 24 June 2017 19: 26
      +1
      Usually quiet down before a provocation, remember Hitler? How did WWII begin ?:
      And now we read the opinion of a foreign lad:

      Israel intends to smash Hezbollah to smash into next war

      May 12, 2017
      More than 10 years have passed since the end of the Second Lebanon War. Since then, Hezbollah has accumulated a gigantic arsenal of missiles, some of which can hit targets anywhere in Israel. Another war is likely to be far more destructive for both sides.

      Hezbollah survived the war, and has since risen, accumulated weapons and gained rich combat experience, intervening in the Syrian civil war on the side of Bashar al-Assad.

      Given the possible consequences of such a war, Israel will think twice before starting it - but if the war starts, Israel will launch a much larger offensive than it did in the summer of 2006.

      Nicholas Blandford, an expert with the Atlantic Council, says: “There is a mutual balance of intimidation between the two sides that has been tense for almost 11 years. Both sides are aware of the risks of miscalculations. That is why, for example, Hezbollah does not renew its periodic attacks on the Shebaa Farms - out of fear that they might trigger an undesirable escalation. ”

      Blandford adds: “The current inflammatory rhetoric and complications of the Syrian war and Hezbollah’s intervention in Syria, as well as the Israeli Hezbollah’s policy of attacking columns with weapons, increase the chances of such a miscalculation, which will lead to escalation and war faster than the parties have time to respond to this. ”

      Blandford points out that there are people in Israel who believe that Hezbollah should be bogged down in Syria: “There is an opinion that Israel can absorb a week of Hezbollah rocket attacks - in exchange for routing Hezbollah’s military infrastructure ”In Lebanon and the fact that its capabilities will be discarded several years ago. This will be a huge mistake on the Israeli side, and I hope that wiser heads will prevail. It’s easy to start a war, not so easy to end it. If Israel attacks Hezbollah for no reason, it cannot count on international sympathies, especially in the case of heavy casualties among the Lebanese civilian population. Moreover, Hezbollah will be interested in prolonging the war as long as possible. ”

      The existing mutual intimidation does not mean that Hezbollah managed to achieve parity with Israel - just the opposite. However, Hezbollah could force Israel to pay a very expensive price, and the war would be much more bloody than the last, and perhaps more bloody than any war that Israel has waged to this day, including the Doomsday War and the War of Independence when Israel lost 1% of the population.

      Really the most peace-loving people want to unleash a new war on the BV, and in no way sparing the population of the north of Israel, Haifa and its suburbs. There are a lot of our ex from the CIS. AAAA here is why you need f-35, submarines ... Ah, yes, the Jews! did not expect such bloodthirstiness. Respect.
  2. Vladimir 38
    Vladimir 38 24 June 2017 16: 24
    0
    And what's the news? ..
    1. Sasha Crimean
      Sasha Crimean 24 June 2017 17: 55
      +5
      Quote: Vladimir 38
      And what's the news? ..

      The fact that Tehran is financing Hezbollah (* banned in Russia).
      Banned in Russia - brothers in arms? - what a news!!!!!! belay good
      1. Vladimir 38
        Vladimir 38 24 June 2017 18: 17
        +2
        Quote: Sasha Krymsky
        The fact that Tehran is financing Hezbollah (* banned in Russia).

        And what, no one knew about this?
        1. Sasha Crimean
          Sasha Crimean 24 June 2017 18: 49
          +1
          Well, maybe not in all of Russia?
          Maybe only on Earth Franz Joseph was locked up?
          1. Vladimir 38
            Vladimir 38 24 June 2017 18: 50
            +2
            Quote: Sasha Krymsky
            Well, maybe not in all of Russia?
            Maybe only on Earth Franz Joseph was locked up?

            Only got it ..))
  3. dvina71
    dvina71 24 June 2017 16: 29
    +4
    $ 125 million finance? Since when is this called financing?
  4. uhu189
    uhu189 24 June 2017 16: 30
    +1
    Hamas, more recently, it seemed to be ownerless (for the period of the last Israeli operation in the Gaza Strip). Now they are again under the wing of Iran?
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 16: 53
      +3
      They go under everyone who gives money to terror.
    2. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 13
      +2
      Quote: uhu189
      Now they are again under the wing of Iran?

      Hamas is like .... mmm .... a woman with low social responsibility. lol
      Who paid - to that and parted. laughing
  5. Center
    Center 24 June 2017 16: 34
    +3
    Hezbollah (* banned in Russia)

    Rather allowed lol
    1. The black
      The black 24 June 2017 16: 37
      +6
      Quote: Center
      Rather allowed

      Are you talking about igil in Israel *? laughing
      1. Center
        Center 24 June 2017 16: 39
        +4
        No, about the friendship of Russia with Hamas and Hezbollah wink

        Prepared for Sharia? lol
        1. apro
          apro 24 June 2017 16: 42
          +6
          Quote: Center
          No, about the friendship of Russia with Hamas and Hezbollah
          Prepared for Sharia?

          And about Israel’s friendship with the Alkeda and Isis somehow modestly silent?
          1. Center
            Center 24 June 2017 16: 46
            +3
            Quote: apro
            modestly keep silent

            keep quiet, it's fantasy
            1. apro
              apro 24 June 2017 16: 53
              +4
              Quote: Center
              Quote: apro
              modestly keep silent

              keep quiet, it's fantasy

              I believe as myself ....
              But the Hamasites didn’t please you, are they also your project as opposed to Fatah? Or a subtle plan?
            2. zadorin1974
              zadorin1974 24 June 2017 16: 57
              +6
              Well, of course, fantasies !!! And the Syrian fighters in Israeli hospitals were not treated (maybe they are still not being treated) and the Minister of Defense did not visit them (there he burnt down in front of your own reporters) And the Israeli air forces did not bomb the Syrian government forces during the offensive on the militants. Not exactly there was hi White you and fluffy even cried.
            3. marshes
              marshes 24 June 2017 17: 08
              +1
              Quote: Center
              Center

              Londo Mollari, sholom, how interesting will your fellow citizens be in terms of providing resuscitation and medical services to military personnel from Kazakhstan or Kyrgyzstan in their clinics, at the expense of taxpayers or the UN?
              1. And Us Rat
                And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 15
                +1
                Quote: marshes
                Londo Mollari ...

                Now there are three of us for whom this name makes sense. drinks
                Quote: marshes
                How interesting will your fellow citizens be in terms of providing resuscitation and medical services to military personnel from Kazakhstan or Kyrgyzstan in their clinics, at the expense of taxpayers or the UN?

                200% will not refuse, the population warmly perceives humanitarian actions. This is the prestige of the state, among other things, and a reason for pride.
                We are treating the "fighters". fellow wassat


                1. marshes
                  marshes 24 June 2017 20: 13
                  +1
                  Quote: And Us Rat
                  We’re treating the "fighters"

                  What do you think of us as militants? smile
                  just at the new negotiations in Astana, if they ask to see all the options.
                  Maybe yours, or other countries, the armed forces, in which case they will create a cover, in terms of evacuating the wounded and sick.
                  1. And Us Rat
                    And Us Rat 24 June 2017 20: 29
                    +1
                    Quote: marshes
                    What do you think of us as militants?

                    Do not spoil my opinion about you with such questions. wink
                    Quote: marshes
                    just at the new negotiations in Astana, if they ask to see all the options.

                    I believe that nothing is impossible. request
                    Quote: marshes
                    Maybe yours, or other countries, the armed forces, in which case they will create a cover, in terms of evacuating the wounded and sick.

                    This is much more complicated, you will be in an unfriendly territory. Now, if you were helping Egypt in the Sinai, there’s another conversation, there is complete consensus with the Egyptians on these issues. And so ... request only from the border. IMHO.
                    1. marshes
                      marshes 24 June 2017 20: 43
                      +1
                      Quote: And Us Rat
                      Now, if you would have helped Egypt in the Sinai

                      under Mubarok, it was not a bad relationship, but the current government is somehow far from us, although friendship with the Russians is far away. You remained in that region, and you are trying to quit the Jordanians through x.
                      Although we offer you a lot of things, you are kind of cold. But don’t cut the “chip,” sooner or later, interest will disappear as well as sympathy.
                      As they say, unrequited love. smile And with that, we have a lot.
                      Well, hello to you. The other day, a bad dream in Ashdot, the Land Rover Discovery from an unquenched bull in an ashtray burned down, which I said to those who extinguished ....
                2. uhu189
                  uhu189 24 June 2017 20: 18
                  +1
                  Quote: And Us Rat
                  Now there are three of us for whom this name makes sense.

                  four))
                  1. And Us Rat
                    And Us Rat 24 June 2017 21: 41
                    +1
                    Quote: uhu189

                    four))

                    drinks
              2. Maskom
                Maskom 24 June 2017 22: 00
                +2
                Kazakhstan is a rich country. We are happy to welcome Kazakhstan patients (open secret - President Nazarbayev’s family is being treated in Israel)
        2. The black
          The black 24 June 2017 16: 51
          +3
          Quote: Center
          Prepared for Sharia?

          Yes, I don’t, but you kind of already cut yourself there wassat
          1. apro
            apro 24 June 2017 17: 02
            +4
            Quote: Black
            Quote: Center
            Prepared for Sharia?

            Yes, I don’t, but you kind of already cut yourself there wassat

            The best quality of a Jew, ready for anything ..... people can change their shoes on the fly.
            1. And Us Rat
              And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 29
              +1
              Quote: apro
              The best quality of a Jew, ready for anything ...

              Natural selection is bearing fruit; this is elementary biology. When any 2000 years push the biological species to the brink of extinction - the species adapts and evolves, only the strongest and most enduring individuals from each generation survive. request
              Want to understand the core of Jewish mentality? Sign up for Krav Maga, understanding will come in a couple of lessons.
              1. karish
                karish 24 June 2017 19: 37
                +3
                Quote: And Us Rat
                Sign up for Krav Maga, understanding will come in a couple of lessons.

                In Krav Maga there are no clear rules and there is no difference between training for men and women. The system is not sports, there is no special form of clothing and competition, although some organizations award different levels and emblems as they train. All techniques are focused on maximum efficiency in real conditions. Based on the fact that there will be no pity or indulgence in an attack, the response (both the attack and the defense) is aimed at neutralizing the threat and rescue as quickly and safely as possible, and is designed to use a potential life threat in situations
          2. zadorin1974
            zadorin1974 24 June 2017 17: 06
            0
            Yes, I don’t, but you kind of already circumcised yourself there wassat belay
        3. sabakina
          sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 26
          +4
          Quote: Center
          No, about the friendship of Russia with Hamas and Hezbollah wink
          Prepared for Sharia? lol

          Those words to say Klitschko or you’ll do it yourself?
    2. kpotr
      kpotr 24 June 2017 16: 39
      +1
      Combo
      Hezbollah (* banned in Russia)


      Halevi did not voice the fact that Israel is actually blocking the Gaza Strip at the conference.
      1. grm
        grm 24 June 2017 17: 08
        +5
        Quote: kpotr
        Hezbollah (* banned in Russia)


        Not prohibited.


        Quote: kpotr
        Halevi did not voice the fact that Israel is actually blocking the Gaza Strip at the conference.


        Egypt also carries out the Blockade, but of course it’s interesting to imagine a clash of Jews and Arabs, not Arabs and Arabs, because when Egypt against Hamas also carries out a blockade, it floods the Hamas terror tunnels (at one time Israel wanted the same thing, but they started yelling at him - flood the houses, ruin the soil and Israel refused), Egypt poisons the terrorists in the tunnels with gas, evicted a bunch of people and destroyed their houses when he built the buffer zone ... but this is Egypt - he can ... wink
  6. Bootlegger
    Bootlegger 24 June 2017 16: 37
    +2
    and the report on ensuring the logistics of its ..copational regime in the territory of dill and financing through its fascist groups destroying the Russian world is late. Yes, and the development of the Zhidobandera movement as well.
  7. anjey
    anjey 24 June 2017 16: 39
    +5
    Is it one-sided and predictable, whose intelligence will announce the financing of igil and other terrorists by Israel? Israel is functional as an “Arab drover” for the West, so it is covered and its nose is lifted up and they pamper it with expensive toys (f-35), but they are glad try- "American land carrier on b in"
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 16: 53
      +3
      Quote: anjey
      one-sided and predictable, whose intelligence will announce the financing of igil and other terrorists by Israel?


      Not a single normal one, including the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, since this is a pure lie hi
      1. anjey
        anjey 24 June 2017 18: 44
        +1
        if a Jew says that this is a lie, then this is pure truth
  8. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 24 June 2017 16: 58
    +2
    Already to the 2nd hooligans 125 million. \ Year - this is "for ice cream." And even then, I suppose, they attributed the toe. We need to get to the bottom, in general. From Syria to bite off at least something, to run into Iran, to kick Palestine. "Bored, girls."
  9. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 24 June 2017 17: 02
    +3
    The thing that you can’t take away from the Israelis is the ability to see only other people's sins and completely ignore your lol Here, people are able to line themselves up with angels lol and around them the fiends of hell lol If Israel covered the area where the United States is now located, even the oceans washing their shores were at least in some way, but to blame lol They would have the Division-Vitaly at the premiere. ... wassat
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 29
      +4
      If Jews occupied the United States, we would not have corresponded with you now, but would have been hired by underwater driving .... In the form of cuttlefish ....
    2. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 41
      +3
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      The thing that you can’t take away from the Israelis is the ability to see only other people's sins and completely ignore your


      Yes Yes..
      What you can’t take away from the Russians ... and further on in the text ..
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 37
      +1
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      The thing that you can’t take away from the Israelis is the ability to see only other people's sins and completely ignore your

      Look who's Talking! Fighters with universal evil you are ours!
  10. grm
    grm 24 June 2017 17: 04
    +3
    Tehran finances Hezbollah (* banned in the Russian Federation) and Hamas totaling $ 125 million per year.


    The Hezbollah terrorist group is not banned in Russia.

    The fact that Israel is actually blocking the Gaza Strip, Halevi did not voice at the conference


    Of course, Israel is blocking the Gaza Strip, but many forget or specifically miss from their articles, especially those who do not like Israel, that Egypt also blocks the Gaza Strip. That Egypt also has a border with Gaza and also does not allow Hamas terrorists that captured Gaza even Egypt to spoil life, not forgetting that Hamas carried out and helped carry out terrorist attacks against Egypt and helps ISIS.

    Who cares -
    http://www.bbc.com/russian/news/2016/03/160306_eg
    ypt_hamas_killing
    http://www.jacos.net/ru/novosti/egipet-khamas-tes
    no-sotrudnichaet-s-igil-na-sinae-227383
    1. HEATHER
      HEATHER 24 June 2017 17: 23
      +4
      Gaza StripEspecially the song "Fog". Who's talking about the Gaza Strip.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 24 June 2017 17: 39
        +5
        VERESK, what, we are afraid of admins! Jews won’t be afraid of shit ...
        1. HEATHER
          HEATHER 24 June 2017 17: 46
          +4
          Yes, I don’t know how to take off. I took it, but I told you how to do it. I’m stupid in the computer. If you shoot, it’s to me. wassat A dumb joke. My sons just live in their virtual reality. Now the eldest in Sevastopol, the youngest in Vladik. I am alone like a woodpecker on a pine tree. I am fucking you all. There are no minuses! feelI just forgot. recourse
          1. Svarog51
            Svarog51 25 June 2017 05: 46
            +8
            What? Seriously?
            Yes, I don’t know how to take off. I would take it and tell me how to do it.

            Unsubscribe me in PM how time will be. Let's take care of the gaps. I am so happy to help. good soldier drinks
  11. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 24 June 2017 17: 06
    +3
    This topic in discussion will be number one today. lol lol "Love" on the site to wash the Israelis bones! !! laughing
  12. SCHMEL
    SCHMEL 24 June 2017 17: 18
    +4
    The deputy leader of the Daesh terrorist group said that this group is funded not only by oil revenues, because Israel and a number of states help this group with money.
    Who wished to remain anonymous has now been detained by the Iraqi security forces. During interrogations, he showed that Daesh, in addition to selling oil to different countries through Turkey, receives financial assistance from a number of states, including 120 million a year from Qatar, 50 million from Saudi Arabia, 35 million from the UAE and 12 million. dollars from Bahrain.

    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 29
      +4
      Quote: schmel
      The deputy leader of the Daesh terrorist group said


      Quote: schmel
      Who wished to remain anonymous has now been detained by the Iraqi security forces.

      at the end of 2015 and still unknown ...


      Stop copying the nonsense of stupid propaganda hi
  13. HEATHER
    HEATHER 24 June 2017 17: 19
    +5
    recourse I also finance our stores by the nature of beer or vodka. About the kebabs I am silent. Cucumbers and tomatoes are already mine. Sorry ...
    1. marshes
      marshes 24 June 2017 17: 32
      0
      Quote: VERESK
      Cucumbers and tomatoes are already mine.

      There, the local population does not like hydroponics, they prefer the Turkish from the ground.
  14. behemot
    behemot 24 June 2017 17: 24
    +3
    Halevi said that Hamas deliberately aggravates the situation

    how unexpected! Well, what is not a reason for a righteous invasion?
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 35
      +1
      Quote: behemot
      how unexpected! Well, what is not a reason for a righteous invasion?


      Israel does not need it. This makes no sense. And this is beneficial only to the enemy of Hamas - Abu Mazen, who is just waiting for Israel to do the “work” for him. After all, if you do not know, then Hamas in 2007 seized power from Fatah (Abu Mazen in Gaza) and there is still a struggle for power in the Gaza Strip and not long ago Abu Mazen demanded to partially stop the supply of electricity to Gaza, which was done.
  15. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 33
    +2
    Quote: Black
    In other words, Israel made it clear that the cessation of hostilities in Syria does not suit them ... as they say they bombed, we bomb and we will bomb ...

    ----------------------
    Not in other words, but directly said. that they are afraid of strengthening Iranian influence in the region and will support ISIS.
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 47
      +3
      Quote: Altona
      Not in other words, but directly said. that they are afraid of strengthening Iranian influence in the region and will support ISIS.


      No, they said that Assad would stop helping Iran, transfer weapons to Hezbollah terrorists and help settle them near the Golan, that Assad would stop storing, transporting and helping arms to Hezbollah terrorists, and spend his resources against ISIS and then Israel would not hit terrorists Hezbollah and those who help them.

      Everything is simple - stop engaging in terror against Israel - Israel will not strike at Syria.

      Israel does not need a change of ISIS to Shiite terror under the leadership of Iran - Israel needs to have neither one nor the other.

      If Assad really wanted to put an end to ISIS faster, he would not spend resources on helping Hezbollah terrorists in terror against Israel and would not provoke Israel into striking its own forces.
  16. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 35
    0
    Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
    "Love" on the site to wash the Israelis bones! !!

    -----------------------------
    Yes, not that. You just need to remove excessive sacralization from some and wean the sandbox to teach the whole world how to live.
  17. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 35
    0
    Quote: grm
    Stop copying the nonsense of stupid propaganda

    ---------------------
    What is the propaganda, sorry?
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 48
      +1
      Quote: Altona
      What is the propaganda, sorry?


      In deceitful, unconfirmed quotes thrown into the media to spoil Israel.
  18. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 36
    +3
    Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
    If Israel covered the area where the United States is now located, even the oceans washing their shores were at least in some way, but to blame

    ----------------------
    There is such a proverb among the Jews: "Normal Jews live in the USA, stupid Jews in Israel." hi
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 49
      +1
      Quote: Altona
      There is such a proverb among the Jews: "Normal Jews live in the USA, stupid Jews in Israel."


      Since when? Why do you think so?
  19. APASUS
    APASUS 24 June 2017 17: 45
    +1
    What's the news then?
    It would be better if the report itself was posted, I myself would have concluded that who supplies or does not supply, otherwise the news is from the category of OBS (one grandmother said)
  20. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 48
    +1

    Israel's fight against terrorism, a good example. The bombing of the Syrian army.
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 17: 50
      +1
      According to the Israeli Defense Forces press service, in response to the fall of mortar shells in the Golan HeightsThe IDF attacked the positions of the Syrian army. The blow was inflicted, in particular, on two tanks and a strong point.

      "The IDF will not tolerate attempts to strike at the sovereignty of our country and the security of its inhabitants. The IDF considers the Syrian regime to be responsible for what is happening on its territory," the Israeli Defense Forces press service said.


      Assad needs less help with Hezbollah’s terrorists, and spend resources that will be freed from this to monitor their territory and fight ISIS.

      1. Every
        Every 24 June 2017 18: 52
        0
        Meanwhile, a “coalition” led by the United States (which includes France) helps groups fight with government troops.
        He can start with himself and stop supporting the so-called “opposition”, then the need for Hezbollah’s help for Syria will disappear.
        Assad does not have sufficient resources to wage war, and that’s what he attracts from the outside, giving them certain liberties, but there is no other choice.
        1. grm
          grm 24 June 2017 19: 31
          +1
          Quote: Every
          Meanwhile, a “coalition” led by the United States (which includes France) helps groups fight with government troops.


          I am from Israel. The flag is buggy on the site.


          Quote: Every
          He can start with himself and stop supporting the so-called “opposition”, then the need for Hezbollah’s help for Syria will disappear.


          Why should they suddenly stop supporting the opposition?
          Now this is already part of the future power in Syria.


          And before the war, Assad helped Hezbollah, nothing will change.
          Hezbollah is ruled by Iran, Iran supports Syria without any connection with the civil war, and he supported it before that.

          Moreover, at one time, our former Prime Minister was going to offer the Golan in exchange for peace, which of course included that Syria refuse to support Iran in the sense that it will refuse to support Hezbollah terrorists and other Iranian attempts to advance terror against Israel. Syria refused ...


          Quote: Every
          Assad does not have sufficient resources to wage war, and that’s what he attracts from the outside, giving them certain liberties, but there is no other choice.


          Then there is nothing to be surprised that Israel hits them. Israel has no other choice. They will kill Jews and shoot at Israel with these weapons, if there is a war with Hezbollah + Hezbollah (Iran) want to settle in the Golan. Therefore, Israel has no way out - it needs to protect its interests and itself.
  21. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 49
    0
    Quote: grm
    No, they said that Assad would stop helping Iran, transfer weapons to Hezbollah terrorists and help settle them near the Golan, that Assad would stop storing, transporting and helping arms to Hezbollah terrorists, and spend his resources against ISIS and then Israel would not hit terrorists Hezbollah and those who help them.

    -------------------------------------
    Do not write nonsense. What resources does Assad have?
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 18: 00
      +2
      Quote: Altona
      Do not write nonsense. What resources does Assad have?


      Learn the mate part and do not write nonsense. If you don’t even know that Assad provides his airports for transporting weapons to terrorists, stores, etc.
  22. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 50
    0
    Quote: grm
    Since when? Why do you think so?

    --------------------
    From these, I studied with the Jews, and I know them well.
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 18: 00
      +2
      Quote: Altona
      From these, I studied with the Jews, and I know them well.


      Understood, OBS.
    2. Sasha Crimean
      Sasha Crimean 24 June 2017 18: 41
      +2
      Quote: Altona
      Quote: grm
      Since when? Why do you think so?

      --------------------
      From these, I studied with the Jews, and I know them well.

      How many days did you study?
      Or was it a Macrame circle? belay
      Or maybe they learned to swim together? laughing
      1. Cataphract
        Cataphract 25 June 2017 05: 01
        +1
        Quote: Sasha Krymsky
        How many days did you study?
        Or was it a Macrame circle? belay
        Or maybe they learned to swim together? laughing

        only in the culinary college, in the style of the beech you can immediately see! laughing
  23. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 17: 53
    0
    Quote: grm
    According to the press service of the IDF, in response to the fall of mortar shells in the Golan Heights, the IDF attacked the positions of the Syrian army. The blow was inflicted, in particular, on two tanks and a strong point.

    "The IDF will not tolerate attempts to strike at the sovereignty of our country and the security of its inhabitants. The IDF considers the Syrian regime to be responsible for what is happening on its territory," the Israeli Defense Forces press service said.

    ----------------------------------
    Oh, what a righteous indignation, in what place to cry for Israel? With such stupid explanations, let people like you impress "in response to the fall of mortar shells", but Israel does not see the huge formations of ISIS, they pretend to be lambs, which they then fuck.
    PS In general, grm, you justify your nickname "gas distribution mechanism."
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 18: 04
      +2
      Quote: Altona
      Oh, what a righteous indignation, in what place to cry for Israel?


      Assad needs to cry.

      Quote: Altona
      With such stupid explanations, let people like you impress "in response to the fall of mortar shells", but Israel does not see the huge formations of ISIS, they pretend to be lambs, which they then fuck.


      It’s like you’re married the first day and write such nonsense.
      When ISIS terrorists hit Israel from Syria, Israel destroyed them.
      Israel does not conduct an operation specifically against ISIS - this is not an Israeli war. Israel already suffers from hemorrhoids with the terrorists of Hezbollah and Hamas and Islamic Jihad and ISIS, which is inside Israel.
      Israel helps Jordan and Egypt in the fight against ISIS, but itself does not climb into the war.

      PS In general, grm, you justify your nickname "gas distribution mechanism."


      Children's attacks are not for you.

  24. osoboye_mneniye
    osoboye_mneniye 24 June 2017 18: 08
    +1
    "Israeli secret services have published data on the volume of Iran’s financing of some Middle Eastern groups."

    And the American intelligence agencies published data that Russia shot down a Boeing. But this does not mean at all that Russia brought him down.

    "Israel cannot rely on the US security options (probably talking about de-escalation zones in Syria) and" must independently solve the tasks related to its own security. "

    Well, the flag in hand. Let them decide. It seems to me that Sha will not intervene for them, if that.

    Israelis, ay !! Will you still claim that you won’t think of the fire of the world war?
    Or are you inflating, but for a very important reason for you, so important that the world war fades in comparison with the significance of your misfortune?
    These are your two answers on duty. Maybe there is a third?
    1. grm
      grm 24 June 2017 18: 46
      0
      Quote: osoboye_mneniye
      Israelis, ay !! Will you still claim that you won’t think of the fire of the world war?
      Or are you inflating, but for a very important reason for you, so important that the world war fades in comparison with the significance of your misfortune?
      These are your two answers on duty. Maybe there is a third?


      What a fire, what a war? What nonsense is this?

      Let me write to you how many Syrians died for all Israel’s attacks on Syria over the past year.
      How many equipment has been destroyed and other things, and we will all be convinced that all the strikes are targeted, not so much equipment and manpower destroyed and there is no influence on the war.

      Assad himself inflicts a blow when he helps Hezbollah terrorists and does not monitor his territory.
      1. osoboye_mneniye
        osoboye_mneniye 24 June 2017 19: 24
        +1
        I asked to voice the third option. You answered the second option. Why don't you answer essentially?
        Deuce to you.
    2. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 24 June 2017 19: 50
      +1
      Quote: osoboye_mneniye
      ... world war fades ...

      There will be no world war, neither you nor the stripes are ready for it, especially when China can reap all the benefits when you mate. So do not distribute cheap horror stories. yes
      And yes, our safety is more important to us than your butting with stripes over the gas pipe. yes
      Good, would you go along with the states to the North Pole pipirki measured. You to the whole world already tired, you can’t divide the “zones of influence”, and third countries suffer! am Maybe indeed, solve this dispute once and for all, the rest of the world will breathe with grateful relief.
      1. anjey
        anjey 24 June 2017 20: 35
        +1
        also naive, you are the flesh of the flesh the brainchild of American corporations and at the expense of them fatten, they do not let you die of hunger, so you do not have to distance yourself, their policy is mirror your policy and you do not need fairy tales about the rich and independent Israel, you still haven't worked your silver pieces ...
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 24 June 2017 22: 54
          +1
          Quote: anjey
          also naive, you are the flesh of the flesh the brainchild of American corporations and at the expense of them fatten, they do not let you die of hunger, so you do not have to distance yourself, their policy is mirror your policy and you do not need fairy tales about the rich and independent Israel, you still haven't worked your silver pieces ...

          Continue to convince yourself of this. yes
      2. uhu189
        uhu189 24 June 2017 20: 41
        +1
        Well, here I do not agree. If there were no turmoil in Ukraine (which we ourselves slept of course) - there wouldn’t be any sections on spheres of influence. NATO came too close, it was impossible to ignore it. Hence the butting and gone
      3. osoboye_mneniye
        osoboye_mneniye 25 June 2017 10: 24
        0
        You are so brave and decisive ... Directly from the couch you will send both Sha and Russia to the garden. And you can send China))
        Tell me, do you plan to put caterpillars on your sofa and levers of pedal traction, or will you go on foot in attack if your assumptions do not work?
        As we found out in the previous topic, when big uncles turn on, Israel begins to look strange and it becomes unwell.
        Throw you your rhetoric. Look very funny. And Israel (in principle a good state) is dropping mud. We then understand what and why Israel is doing. And everyone understands that most of Israel’s statements are pure policies designed to warn more quickly of the enemies of whom Israel has gained a lot.
        But all the good intentions of Israel set forth in the materials of VO, passing through the prism of your worldview in your comments, take on an unhealthy perspective.
        You yourself are dipping Israel into the mud with your statements. Do not you understand ??
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 25 June 2017 12: 14
          0
          Quote: osoboye_mneniye
          As we found out in the previous topic ...

          That we have not figured out anything, do not lie.
          Quote: osoboye_mneniye
          Throw you your rhetoric.

          This applies to you in the first place.
          Quote: osoboye_mneniye
          ... passing through the prism of your worldview in your comments, they take on an unhealthy angle.

          Rather, through the prism of your demagogy. yes
          1. osoboye_mneniye
            osoboye_mneniye 25 June 2017 12: 55
            0
            Quote: And Us Rat
            Quote: osoboye_mneniye
            As we found out in the previous topic ...

            That we have not figured out anything, do not lie.
            Quote: osoboye_mneniye
            Throw you your rhetoric.

            This applies to you in the first place.
            Quote: osoboye_mneniye
            ... passing through the prism of your worldview in your comments, they take on an unhealthy angle.

            Rather, through the prism of your demagogy. yes


            Yes, you haven’t figured out anything. And we found out))
            And you call anything that is incomprehensible to you, or beyond the power of refutation, demagogy?
            And in the last topic, you managed it notably ... A lot of unanswered questions remained behind you. Although you tried, I appreciated))
  25. anjey
    anjey 24 June 2017 18: 59
    +2
    Quote: grm
    .
    Israel does not need a change of ISIS to Shiite terror. Israel needs to have neither one nor the other.
    .
    how simple and naive and not a third, but only gas and oil fields under a six-pointed star
  26. Maz
    Maz 24 June 2017 19: 19
    +2
    In from so write about it on the Israeli resource - there is a difference -
    The UN contingent in southern Lebanon (UNIFIL) reported that the Lebanese group does not violate the terms of the ceasefire.
    http://cursorinfo.co.il/oon-beret-pod-zashhitu-hi
    zballu /
    The report denies Israel’s allegations that Shiite militants violated UNSCR 1701. The latest Hezbollah actions on the border have been called "tree planting."
    As reported by Cursor, the IDF press service published June 22 photographs of Hezbollah observation towers installed in close proximity to the Israeli border, in which militants of this terrorist organization are located.
    Moreover, this is done under the guise of the activities of the international organization for the protection of nature, “Greens Without Borders”. The use of such towers by Hezbollah is a gross violation of UN document No. 1701, the IDF press service said.
    The head of military intelligence, Major General Herzl Halevi, said this at the Herzliya Conference: "These towers are located from the border with Israel at the distance of an abandoned stone."
    “The forces of peace must take care not only of peace, but also of preventing war,” said General Halevi. “The world must influence Lebanon in choosing the right side, everything must be done to postpone the next war.”

    And nicho that this is a foreign territory? But would such an intervention infuriate local Arabs?
    1. grm
      grm 25 June 2017 08: 57
      0
      Quote: Maz
      The UN contingent in southern Lebanon (UNIFIL) reported that the Lebanese group does not violate the terms of the ceasefire.
      http://cursorinfo.co.il/oon-beret-pod-zashhitu-hi
      zballu /


      Firstly, the title is incorrectly named, as the UN has confirmed many times that Hezbollah violates resolution 1701. Moreover, the Lebanese leader himself complained to Hezbollah a few months ago and said that Lebanon's only army was the Lebanese army. In fact, he spoke of a violation of resolution 1701, which speaks of the disarmament of all military forces except the Lebanese army.

      Here is the confirmation -

      http://www.newsru.co.il/mideast/11mar2017/resol30
      1.html

      New UN Secretary General António Guterres condemned the recent speeches of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah with threats against Israel. He also emphasized that Hezbollah’s continued possession of weapons runs counter to state powers and violates UN resolutions [b] 1559 and 1701.


      Report author, UN Special Coordinator in Lebanon Sigrid Kaag praised Lebanese President Michel Aoun's call for continued national defense strategy dialogue lead to disarmament of Hezbollah and other armed organizations.



      Secondly, this news, or rather a false statement by the cowardly forces of UNIFIL, who are afraid to check all Hezbollah’s facilities, is simply ridiculous.
  27. Aspid 57
    Aspid 57 24 June 2017 19: 45
    +3
    Amazing thing! Why is Gaza a blockade if Gaza has 18 kilometers of border with fraternal Egypt? Maybe because Egypt also does not like the terrorists ruling there?
  28. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 20: 22
    0
    Quote: grm
    Understood, OBS.

    -------------------
    OBS is you, and I studied in Moscow. You can check in Odnoklassniki, Edik Groysman (Haifa), Slava Kaplunovich (Israel, also Haifa like), Olga Bubel, Yuri Starik (USA). Their age is 48-50 years.
    1. grm
      grm 25 June 2017 08: 41
      0
      Quote: Altona
      OBS is you, and I studied in Moscow. You can check in Odnoklassniki, Edik Groysman (Haifa), Slava Kaplunovich (Israel, also Haifa like), Olga Bubel, Yuri Starik (USA). Their age is 48-50 years.


      But I have been living in Israel for many years and have not heard this when I lived in Russia, nor when in Israel.
      I will not check them; these are your acquaintances.
      So you ask them where they heard it, when and from whom.
      So for now, OBS is you.
      In general, it surprises me when they bring Jewish acquaintances as an authority.
      Especially anti-Semites like to do this, saying - I'm not anti-Semite - I have Jewish acquaintances.
      Even Jews are anti-Semites.
  29. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 20: 27
    0
    Quote: grm
    It’s like you’re married the first day and write such nonsense.
    When ISIS terrorists hit Israel from Syria, Israel destroyed them.
    Israel does not conduct an operation specifically against ISIS - this is not an Israeli war. Israel already suffers from hemorrhoids with the terrorists of Hezbollah and Hamas and Islamic Jihad and ISIS, which is inside Israel.
    Israel helps Jordan and Egypt in the fight against ISIS, but itself does not climb into the war.

    --------------------------
    It’s you who are writing nonsense, but you are trying to give out the timing because you are trying to pass off any “gas” as information. Israel writes silly explanations for its stupid military and foreign policy. If Israel helps someone, why is Israel spending resources not so numerous? When did "ISIS terrorists hit Israel"? This was apparently a staged action, because there was no more hearing about the “blows”. You either want to pity me, or piss me off, I understand there are stubborn people like you, but in this case their obstinacy is counterproductive. Israel has long exposed its "anti-terrorist" face.
    1. karish
      karish 24 June 2017 20: 32
      +3
      Quote: Altona
      .Israel writes stupid explanations for her stupid military and foreign policy

      it’s not entirely clear why she’s stupid?
      Enemies are at war with each other.
      Arab countries have put a bolt on the palaces and are looking for an opportunity to normalize relations with Israel.
      The country is quiet, the economy is booming.
      What are you talking about?
      Quote: Altona
      When did "ISIS terrorists hit Israel"? This was apparently a staged action, because there’s no more hearing about “blows”

      We got an answer - we decided not to test fate anymore.

      Quote: Altona
      Israel has long exposed its "anti-terrorist" face.

      Speak Hamas and Hezbollah in Russia are not recognized as terrorist organizations?
      Well, well.
      wink
  30. Altona
    Altona 24 June 2017 20: 39
    0
    Quote: karish
    We got an answer - we decided not to test fate anymore.

    -----------------------
    , Israel’s answer is mosch, power. The IDF is stronger than the US Army.
    Speak Hamas and Hezbollah in Russia are not recognized as terrorist organizations?
    Well, well.

    ---------------------------------
    I didn’t say that. Whom they recognize as terrorists or do not recognize, now it depends only on the political situation, and not on any international standards. This applies equally to the United States and Israel. The fact that you "put a bolt" on someone there, and Switzerland, as a neutral country, puts or puts a bolt on everyone. But you are positioning yourself as a "counterterrorist country", and in fact, something that your image has long faded and even covered with the Arabic script "Allahu Akbar".
  31. Disorder
    Disorder 24 June 2017 22: 42
    +1
    laughing Nu-nu.
    Lebanese Hezbollah was indeed created with the participation of Iran, but Iran is hardly related to the Palestinian Hamas. Although Israel did not participate in the creation of Hamas, but considering it as a counterweight to the PLO, it created a favorable regime for it. In addition, given that Hamas is a Sunni organization, sponsors must be sought either in Saudi Arabia or in Qatar.
    1. grm
      grm 25 June 2017 08: 23
      +1
      Quote: Trouble
      , but Iran is hardly related to the Palestinian Hamas.


      No to creation, yes to financing.
      Iran paid Hamas, then temporarily as they wrote it stopped, in my opinion because Hamas did not support Assad, or something like that, then it resumed again.
      Do not forget that there is another force in Gaza - Islamic Jihad, which is funded by Iran.


      Quote: Trouble
      in the creation of Hamas, but, considering it as a counterbalance to the PLO, created a favorable regime for him.


      Yes, that was when Hamas built schools, helped the poor, and dealt with humanitarian needs, while the current head of Fatah and the representative of the Palestinians, Abu Mazen, was a member of the PLO, a terrorist organization that carried out terrorist attacks. Then Hamas from the organization, which positioned itself as peaceful, embarked on the path of terror.

      Quote: Trouble
      In addition, given that Hamas is a Sunni organization, sponsors must be sought either in Saudi Arabia or in Qatar.


      Not necessary. In Egypt, there are Sunnis, Muslim brothers, who are supported by Hamas - Sunnis. However, Muslim brothers are banned in Egypt, as is Hamas.
      1. Disorder
        Disorder 25 June 2017 19: 51
        0
        Hamas is the Palestinian "Muslim Brotherhood", and the "Muslim Brotherhood" is not financed by Iran at all.
        In addition, Hamas was located in territories controlled by Israel and, in addition to building schools, warehouses were built with weapons, and in addition to humanitarian activities, militants were trained. Israel could not have known, but financed Hamas, and allowed to receive financing from the outside. And so what a coincidence. In 1993, as a result of negotiations between Israel and the PLO in Norway, an agreement was reached on the settlement of Palestinian-Israeli relations. And, about the same year, Hamas, positioning itself as a peaceful organization, embarks on the path of terror. laughing A sheep suddenly becomes a wolf.
  32. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 24 June 2017 23: 37
    0
    Jews themselves became like fascists, starving people ...
    1. grm
      grm 25 June 2017 08: 07
      0
      Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
      Jews themselves became like fascists, starving people ...


      Lying is bad.
    2. A. Privalov
      A. Privalov 25 June 2017 14: 02
      +2
      Did you know …
      ... that the mortality rate in Gaza is one of the lowest on the planet, and the infant mortality rate (a sure sign for determining the standard of living) is lower than in Iran, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey and only slightly higher than in the EU member of Romania. Romania is ahead of Gaza in terms of life expectancy, as well, however, like most of the Slavic countries of Europe. And this is in the conditions of the “chronic war”, “blockade” and in the almost complete absence of the economy.



      ... that it’s enough to connect to the Internet and browse the official sites of entertainment venues operating in Gaza to see photos of luxury resorts, expensive restaurants, luxury shops, beauty salons, sports and night clubs, where entertainment events are regularly held, they will provide a correct idea of ​​the extent of hunger and "genocide" in territories controlled by Hamas. It is no coincidence that Gaza is rarely photographed from the sea - mansions, yachts and beaches with vacationers will raise too many questions.


      ... that the inhabitants of autonomy are more educated than Turks, Tunisians, Jordanians, Albanians, Macedonians, Chinese, Moldavians; moreover, in terms of accessibility of education, they are on the same position as Czechs, Bulgarians and residents of Malta, and numerous funds organize a flow of donations in favor of the people “oppressed” by the Israelis.
      ... that a year ago, one Greek television channel raised funds to restore the hospital in Gaza that was destroyed during the war. Before the default, the country had only a little, but the generous Greeks, sending symbolic sums to the channel’s channel account, scraped together about 1,7 million euros - the first check showed that the information provided by the Gaza government turned out to be false - the hospital never existed. As a result, the funds raised went to Gaza without a specific purpose - simply as part of charity.

      ... that Hamas estimated the damage to Gaza from Operation Cast Lead at 2 billion dollars, being well aware that no one will verify what this figure is based on. As a result, the conference of donor countries in the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh allocated Gaza assistance ... in 5,4 billion dollars. Where this money went is not known for certain. One thing is clear: fighting for Hamas recently has become too profitable.

      ... that the Palestinians are eagerly helped by peoples (primarily Muslim), who are far less well-off than the Palestinians themselves. There are two simple explanations for this: firstly, the TV of Islamic countries never talks about the real situation in the Sector, and secondly, the Islamic mentality can be reproached in many ways, but greed is not about it. Meanwhile, one out of five already has a personal computer in the blockade region, four out of five have a cell phone, and Palestine is on the 100 line in terms of living standards — only three points lower than Georgia and 14 higher than Moldova .

      ... that the volume of humanitarian aid to Gaza is (on average) 15 thousand tons of groceries and essential goods per week, moreover, the names of these goods will force drooling of many Russian pensioners. These 15 thousand tons, of course, do not include electricity, liquid gas, or diesel - they are considered separately, but the scale of the "energy crisis" can be judged by the fact that Gaza is reluctant to take fuel from the Egyptian side - for local infrastructure its quality is too low.









      ... that every resident of Gaza has received more than a ton of humanitarian aid - food and medicine, absolutely free of charge. There are simply no analogues to this in the world.
      ... that Israel supplies Gaza with rams for Ramadan and treats several hundred Sector residents in its clinics weekly (in some cases, patients, by the way, turned out to be “suicide bombers”).

      ... that the Islamists at one time came to power through elections, including because they distributed humanitarian aid on their own behalf, thereby “buying” voters. And if you took anything for yourself, then, for example, ambulances, which are extremely convenient for organizing raids and terrorist attacks.

      ... that Israel is trying to prevent certain goods from entering Gaza for reasons of its own security. For example, chocolate can be distinguished from explosives only by thorough testing, some fertilizers can be easily used to make explosives themselves, and the filling of a number of household appliances is great for making Kassam - the very missiles that militants bombard adjacent Israeli cities. Most sources claim that the ban was imposed on the supply of concrete (it is used to build tunnels through which weapons are delivered from Egypt to the Sector), but the fact remains that construction work in Gaza is being carried out, including using concrete.

      ... that by the time of the “blockade breakthrough” more than 1000 “Kassams” had fallen to Israel since the beginning of the year, there were casualties (including among children), however, for some reason, they weren’t talking about them. It is as if the passers-by were regularly throwing bricks from the roof of a multi-storey building, but all outside efforts would be aimed at bringing food and clothing to the throwers.

      But despite this, despite the Kassams, the martyrs, and the fact that it’s not so difficult to find out the real state of affairs in Gaza (all of the above data are available in open sources), she was fed, fed, and will be fed - and the UN , and the Islamic world, and European human rights. Honestly, it’s high time for the Palestinians to declare that it is they, and not the Jews, that they are “God's chosen people.” Just because manna from heaven is pouring on them, not on neighbors.

      http://protodata.biz/znaete-li-vy-chto.htm
  33. viktor.
    viktor. 25 June 2017 02: 01
    0
    And the fact that Israel helps thugs in Syria and treats them in their own SILENCE bully
  34. Cataphract
    Cataphract 25 June 2017 04: 41
    +3
    Halevi did not voice the fact that Israel is actually blocking the Gaza Strip at the conference. however, he noted that the problems that arise in the Sector are an internal affair of the forces that are fighting for power there (Fatah and Hamas).

    and the fact that Israel does not control the Egyptian border with Gaza and blockade, as it were, religion does not allow to write?
  35. Graz
    Graz 25 June 2017 17: 00
    0
    we should not forget neither Israel, nor Iran, nor Turkey we are allies, should not give slack
  36. aiden
    aiden 25 June 2017 19: 31
    0
    They need to be financed a little more, plus weapons, so that Israeli planes die like flies, and recognize territory for Pvlestina.
  37. Tolstoevsky
    Tolstoevsky 25 June 2017 21: 02
    0
    how cute
  38. Tolstoevsky
    Tolstoevsky 26 June 2017 07: 01
    0
    Oh, and whose ears are sticking out of igil and the rest of the terrorist international?