Palestinian forces attacked Israel's second most important power plant, breaking through the missile defense system

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Palestinian forces attacked Israel's second most important power plant, breaking through the missile defense system

Today, Israel's second most powerful power plant, Rutenberg, was hit by powerful rocket attacks from the Palestinian Hamas movement. This is reported by the Israeli and Arab press.

The power plant is located in Ashkelon, in close proximity to the Mediterranean coast. Apparently, Palestinian forces managed to break through the Iron Dome missile defense system, which was unable to protect one of the country’s most important strategic facilities from missile attacks. The fire is currently ongoing at the power plant and is being extinguished by emergency services.



Hamas continues to attack targets inside Israel. Since the morning, several thousand rockets have already been fired at Israel, which the Israeli authorities admit. In addition, on the border with the Gaza Strip, Hamas was able to capture one of the Israeli military bases.


Palestinian forces managed to capture at least 57 Israeli soldiers, police and settlers. Previously, 35 prisoners were reported, but then their number increased. Members of Palestinian radical organizations occupied at least seven settlements near the border with the Gaza Strip and even appeared on the streets of the large city of Ashkelon by Israeli standards.

The Israel Defense Forces is currently conducting an emergency mobilization of reservists. Authorities expect to recruit tens of thousands of Israelis with military service experience. Israeli rabbis appealed to the country's believing citizens to take up weapon, despite the fact that today is Saturday. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu no longer even announced the start of an operation against Palestinian forces, but a full-fledged war.
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  1. +19
    October 7 2023
    Somehow the indestructible Merkava easily burned down after being hit by a Hamas UAV...interesting.
    1. +16
      October 7 2023
      MIG Russia
      Yes, they confirm - this is Nimrod Aloni, brigadier general, division commander of the Gaza division, he is captured by Hamas.

      Yes, everything is more and more wonderful there
    2. +9
      October 7 2023
      tanks are not afraid of dirt, the rest will burn them
    3. +4
      October 7 2023
      The MTO roof does not have thick multi-layer armor on any tank. They were aiming at her. The crew is intact, but 6 million bucks for the most modern Israeli tank with the Trophy system was burned with a penny grenade. And you can’t put up a fence with such logistics.
    4. +2
      October 7 2023
      In the immediate vicinity of the Gaza Strip there are a number of very serious Israeli military-industrial complex plants, so the Israeli army is now taking control of them at an accelerated pace. If more than 5 thousand missiles have already been fired at Israel this morning, then the number of such missiles could be several orders of magnitude greater.
    5. +3
      October 7 2023
      It is surprising that the vaunted high-tech fire protection system could not control the small fire.
      1. +2
        October 7 2023
        Are you talking about a tank, or a power plant. As a specialist who has worked at a thermal plant for many years, I see a fire in the area of ​​the turbine compartment. And there is oil and... hydrogen
        1. +4
          October 7 2023
          About the tank. In Merkava propaganda campaigns they often praise her teaching staff. Merkava can be knocked out, but not set on fire.
          1. -2
            October 8 2023
            Quote: vindigo
            About the tank. In Merkava propaganda campaigns they often praise her teaching staff. Merkava can be knocked out, but not set on fire.

            EVERYTHING can be set on fire. The PPS saved the crew, giving them time to evacuate, which means everything is fine with them.
            1. 0
              October 9 2023
              Yes Yes. We've already heard this somewhere. Aaaand, when the Challenger crashed, the British made excuses in the same way. The Jewish tank crews didn’t die, you say? Maybe they will regret this in captivity of the Barmalei.
            2. 0
              October 9 2023
              Considering the footage of these tankers being pulled out by the boots by the Palestinians.... I don’t know what would be better for the crew.
  2. +21
    October 7 2023
    Oh, it’s going to fly into Palestine now, I don’t even want to. Israel, unlike our state, does not redraw red lines.
    1. +11
      October 7 2023
      But doesn’t it still fly into Ukraine?
      1. -4
        October 7 2023
        Judging by the damage and losses caused by Bandera’s supporters, it won’t fly.
        1. +8
          October 7 2023
          So Ukraine, with its vast territory and number of population, army, with the full support of NATO, is not Palestinians on hang gliders and jeeps with machine guns. You can’t manage it so easily
        2. +5
          October 7 2023
          Exactly. Doesn't fly in. And Bandera’s men are disposing of themselves in batches in the trenches. A fashionable, national form of entertainment just like that, yeah.
    2. +5
      October 7 2023
      The Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas launched a military operation against Israel called Al-Aqsa Storm. According to the head of the military wing of the movement, Mohammed al-Deif, more than 5 thousand rockets were fired at Israeli positions in the morning.

      Why did the leaders of the Hamas movement commit aggression against Israel???

      In the spring, clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police took place near the mosque. Ad-Deif said that Israel had killed and injured hundreds of Palestinians; Moreover, according to him, the Israeli side rejected proposals for the exchange of prisoners.
      1. +9
        October 7 2023
        Quote: Nikolay Ivanov_5
        Why did the leaders of the Hamas movement commit aggression against Israel???

        So that he interferes less with our military district in Ukraine.
      2. -3
        October 8 2023
        Quote: Nikolay Ivanov_5
        The Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas launched a military operation against Israel

        This is called a terrorist attack. Military operations are aimed at the military capabilities of the enemy, not at the massacre of civilians.
      3. This (Al-Aqsa) is a far-fetched reason.
        There are several real reasons:
        1) Signed (with a number of Islamic countries) and in the future expected agreements (with KSA) of Abraham;
        2) Overt and secret loyal relations with a number of Islamic countries;
        3) Working off the money received from sponsors;
        4) Israel's refusal to negotiate;
        5) Israel's refusal to unequal exchange of prisoners;
        6) Hamas is gradually losing influence in the Gaza Strip. This was originally a military-political movement, it was intended to destroy the state of Israel. and sponsors demand results from him;
        7) Economic reforms, even in a calm situation, were difficult for Hamas, and in the context of periodically renewed blockades by Israel of the Gaza Strip, blocking work permits for Palestinians, Hamas’s activities for the economic revival of the Gaza Strip generally lose all meaning.
        8) A new generation of young people is growing up, for them Hamas is just a movement of old people, they are not in authority with this generation, so Hamas gave it what it wants, it wants to take revenge on the Israelis for its hard, semi-miserable life.
        9) Hamas, in order to maintain power over the sector, power over the young street, and began this operation with careful preparation.
        10) 17 years of appeasement of Hamas have brought sad results. Recently, Hamas has not been so active, and Israel has lost its vigilance, now everything has changed dramatically
    3. +1
      October 7 2023
      That’s right, no matter how I feel about the Jews, they have a steely approach, now they’ll kill you with aviation, then they’ll clear you out by land. And whoever knocks down the Hamas leaders will be shot later.
    4. +13
      October 7 2023
      So, a “proxy war” is not being waged against Israel by all NATO countries, as against our state. They don't risk anything at all. I would see how Israel would fight if all NATO countries pumped weapons into Palestine.
      1. +1
        October 8 2023
        The support may not be the same as in Ukraine, but no weapons factories have been found in Palestine either. Draw conclusions.
      2. 0
        October 8 2023
        Quote: Warabey
        if all NATO countries pumped weapons into Palestine

        This is physically impossible, Palestine is inside the Israeli border perimeter, it is as if the Russian Federation controlled the Ukrainian-Polish border.
    5. -3
      October 7 2023
      Quote: tabex
      Israel, unlike our state, does not redraw red lines.

      Shoiga and Gerasim need to monitor the situation very carefully now. And learn how to fight.
    6. -2
      October 7 2023
      That's for sure...
      There are no snots there, in vershoks...
    7. -1
      October 9 2023
      We'll see, the goals and methods are different. So far, Israel has not done anything worthwhile except bombing city blocks.
  3. -4
    October 7 2023
    Now Palestine will be left without electricity. There are no sources of electricity. All that remains is to damage the gas and water supply lines leading from Israel to Palestine and life will get better
    1. -3
      October 8 2023
      Quote from vicvic
      Now Palestine will be left without electricity. There are no sources of electricity. All that remains is to damage the gas and water supply lines leading from Israel to Palestine and life will get better

      Well, that's what they were after, apparently. request
  4. +8
    October 7 2023
    Quote: tabex
    Oh, it’s going to fly into Palestine now, I don’t even want to. Israel, unlike our state, does not redraw red lines.

    For the first time...it’s surprising that MOSSAD slept through this attack.
    1. +2
      October 7 2023
      Maybe they write correctly - they knew everything, or maybe they planned it. To distract attention, rally and pass the necessary laws...
    2. -3
      October 8 2023
      Quote: Lech from Android.
      MOSSAD slept through this blow

      Not the Mossad, but the Cabinet of Ministers. They were warned, but they were too busy with their political squabbles, traitors.
  5. +6
    October 7 2023
    Quote from vicvic
    All that remains is to damage the gas and water supply lines leading from Israel to Palestine and life will get better

    This is already the genocide of the Palestinians... it’s time to join the Security Council with the agenda of condemning Israel.
    1. -4
      October 7 2023
      Quote: Lech from Android.
      Quote from vicvic
      All that remains is to damage the gas and water supply lines leading from Israel to Palestine and life will get better

      This is already the genocide of the Palestinians... it’s time to join the Security Council with the agenda of condemning Israel.

      I think they will no longer waste time on trifles after such a strike and outright massacre of civilians. They will simply completely occupy all of Palestine, and all those dissatisfied will be asked to leave for Syria and other Arab countries.
      1. -1
        October 9 2023
        You will first defeat the Palestinians in your hulking Merkavas in the dense urban areas of Gaza, where they will be hit by grenade launchers from every basement and window. Or are you planning to raze the city to the ground with missiles from airplanes, killing the entire population, like your masters in Dresden and Mosul? So who is the terrorist then?
    2. +2
      October 7 2023
      You did not understand. Who damaged the Israeli power plant? Palestinians. They can also damage gas and plumbing. This would be self-genocide.
  6. +8
    October 7 2023
    Not all of them can commit mischief with impunity, bomb and shell neighboring states....
    The Arab world is uniting and for Israel this is not the best news; they will have to answer for everything they have done by their own and others’ will....
    1. -3
      October 7 2023
      A week maximum, and Palestine will be cleared out by the Jews, they won’t bother and draw any lines, they won’t draw any more, they’ll hammer the Air Force, and in a couple of days the land will erase Palestine as a state.
      1. +2
        October 7 2023
        Palestine consists of two parts that do not have a common border, and in which different political forces are in power. The second part does not participate in these actions.
    2. -4
      October 8 2023
      Quote: assault
      The Arab world unites

      Aren't you tired of chewing empty Soviet slogans from the 70s? Keep dreaming.
      1. -1
        October 9 2023
        Why dream? All Muslims hate you. Sooner or later they will bury it.
  7. +14
    October 7 2023
    Why is this being done, how can something like this happen? What about the "iron dome"? There were many experts, including those with the fifth point, commenting on the imperfection of Russian air defense systems.
    1. +1
      October 7 2023
      “imperfection of air defense systems” no amount of air defense will provide 100% protection. Neither: "Patriot", nor "Buk" nor "Dome".
  8. fiv
    +7
    October 7 2023
    I wonder what the US 6th Fleet is doing now? And the Sigonella base? Are the birds still soaring over the Black Sea or have they moved to the Mediterranean? It would be a sin for us not to take advantage of the moment if they shift their emphasis
  9. +8
    October 7 2023
    A notable slap in the face to both Israel and the United States: their plans to reconcile Saudi Arabia and Israel were covered by the Arctic fox with its fluffy tail.
  10. +2
    October 7 2023
    It is clear that this is not a one-time action, but in fact a real war! For the Israelis, the problem of the problems is their prisoners, they released hundreds of Palestinians from prison for one corporal, and now there are already dozens of prisoners from Hamas!
    1. +7
      October 7 2023
      Hamas already has solid generals.. Gentlemen, we place our bets on how many captured Palestinians one general is worth.
      1. -1
        October 9 2023
        There are not so many Palestinians in the entire Middle East.
    2. +1
      October 7 2023
      Lies. They don't let anyone out. They simply torture you to death or, once recruited, send them wherever they want.
  11. +17
    October 7 2023
    "Palestinian forces managed to break through the Iron Dome missile defense system" Now Israel has Chubais. Let him be financed and he will create the "Golden Nanodome"
  12. +9
    October 7 2023
    I am increasingly coming to the conclusion that someone in Israel is solving their internal political problems through Hamas. The TsKHAL was too toothless in the first hours. And would the Israeli media shut up - 60 Hamas members have already captured 57 Israelis, three military bases? which the TsKHAL didn’t even have time to blather. The Palestinians are enraged by selfie lovers. Selfies are our everything, but picking up a machine gun is not an option. No, I can’t have flat feet. Three Merkavas have already been destroyed, without infantry and electronic warfare, as it turns out, it’s just a heavy chariot. Luckily, KAZ will subvert Hamas and send it for export. And captured Israelis will be placed on rooftops with flags in Gaza, using the experience of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, hiding behind prisoners.
    1. +1
      October 7 2023
      Then the opinion “comes” of a single PLANETARY scale of what is happening in national locations.
  13. +10
    October 7 2023
    The Palestinians started off cool, they want to drive the arrogant Jews into their borders designated in 1947. It will be interesting to watch this show. Maybe they will show Galkin with a machine gun, and Pugachev as a nurse in the trenches.
    1. +6
      October 7 2023
      Maybe they'll show Galkin with a machine gun,

      If they show him, it will only be somewhere on Brighton Beach and without a machine gun, when he will throw mud at Netanyahu.
      1. +3
        October 7 2023
        somewhere on Brighton Beach and without a machine gun

        The Scarecrow got into trouble... laughing
    2. -1
      October 9 2023
      Pugacheva is better off with a recoilless rifle on the hump.
  14. +4
    October 7 2023
    While the Americans were distracted by Ukraine, Hamas struck a blow on the fiftieth anniversary
    last time Israel's losses were more than two thousand soldiers sad
  15. +1
    October 7 2023
    The globalists, in addition to the age-old Russian strife, sparked a Semitic strife. “Geostrategic” analyzers have something to think about;)
  16. +1
    October 7 2023
    Quote: tralflot1832
    someone in Israel is solving their internal political problems through Hamas.

    And who is it?
    It is surprising why the Jews did not draw conclusions about the threat to their tanks from UAVs...to be so negligent about this after the lessons of our SVO is nonsense. what
    1. +4
      October 7 2023
      Lyokha from Android. The Israeli army is ready for yesterday's war. We need to tell the armchair experts from Israel this. Hamas can do so much in a day that it has not done in decades. hi
  17. +4
    October 7 2023
    Wow. A big mess started. Hamas has carried out attacks before, but this never happened
    “we managed to break through the missile defense system” is another confirmation that: “for every bolt there is its own tricky thread”
  18. +4
    October 7 2023
    There is currently a fire at the power plant
    Israel was clearly not ready for such a turn - missile attacks, invasions of border cities, attacks on energy facilities, large casualties, prisoners.
  19. +1
    October 7 2023
    Apparently, the United States has run out of money not only for Ukraine, but also for Israel. I don’t remember such an active confrontation. No way Hamas decided to return its territories. Now the Americans will also need to provide Israel with weapons for free. Will they pull it?
  20. -2
    October 7 2023
    Quote: Igor Viktorovich
    How many captured Palestinians is one general worth?

    One hundred Palestinians for one general.
  21. 0
    October 7 2023
    I don't like this. Hamas is obviously trying to prevent a rapprochement between Saudi Arabia and Israel, but they are now essentially waging a terrorist war against the Israelis. I cannot approve of this, even if Israel is not among our friends. But now civilians are dying there.
    In general, I wish the IDF every success and fewer losses
    1. +2
      October 7 2023
      Are they terrorists because they are Muslims? Or because someone once appointed them as terrorists in order to do whatever they want with them
      1. 0
        October 7 2023
        Quote: Argon
        Are they terrorists because they are Muslims?

        They are terrorists because they attack civilians.
        1. +4
          October 7 2023
          Oh ! Is it true ? Then all of Nata and the outskirts together have long been terrorists, why didn’t you suffer from this before, Andryusha?
          1. 0
            October 7 2023
            Quote from: ALCA056000
            Oh ! Is it true ? Then all of Nata and the outskirts together have long been terrorists

            Yes, terrorists. What did you want to say?
            Quote from: ALCA056000
            Why haven’t you suffered from this before, Andrew?

            Seryozha, you forgot your name :))) It’s not “Seryozha”, but “Dolly the fish”. I have been writing almost since 2014 that the SVO should have started in 2014.
  22. +1
    October 7 2023
    I wonder when the “world community” will come up with the idea of ​​blaming Russia for all of this for the hundredth time? wassat
  23. 0
    October 7 2023
    Hehe, that means the vaunted iron dome is a piece... just like the Merkava, let's see what the IDF is capable of, maybe this is also a propaganda hat.
    1. 0
      October 9 2023
      The dome worked fine. No air defense can withstand an attack of several thousand missiles. The Ukrainian Armed Forces are barely fighting off the attack of hundreds of missiles. Moreover, they know about the launches almost before the missile crews. It’s not even worth writing about how the air defense of Sevastopol or Moscow was penetrated.
  24. -1
    October 7 2023
    In connection with what is happening in Ukraine, does this benefit us or harm us? More like a benefit. It is reported that Israeli residents are already blaming Russia for everything that is happening.
  25. +2
    October 7 2023
    Quote: Roman Efremov
    It is reported that Israeli residents are already blaming Russia for everything that is happening.

    They are arrogant...they themselves hit the military school in Homs...and that means we are to blame.
    1. 0
      October 7 2023
      Who else could be to blame? Not Americans.

  26. +6
    October 7 2023
    Am I the only one wondering: are the escaped Urgants and other “frightened patriots” already in line at the recruiting stations?
    1. +1
      October 7 2023
      Am I the only one wondering: are the escaped Urgants and other “frightened patriots” already in line at the recruiting stations?
      Of course not - they are: Urgant, Pugacheva, Galkin, Grebenshchikov and other opponents of the North Military District - orthodox opponents of violence - which means their path to Shambola!
  27. +2
    October 7 2023
    even though today is Saturday.
    Damn, it’s the 21st century, they’re shooting on the street, and Saturday seems to stop them.
  28. +4
    October 7 2023
    How))) who laughed at the air defense system of Sevastopol? There are no impenetrable systems; the whole question is in the amount of funds involved.
    1. 0
      October 7 2023
      Quote: TermNachTER
      who laughed at the air defense system of Sevastopol? there are no impenetrable systems

      Yes, Nikolai, only the air defense of Sevastopol had 7 missiles, but the iron dome had enough... How many? We are talking about thousands, which is hard to believe, but there are certainly hundreds.
      Of course, anti-ship missiles are a much more difficult target than Hamas missiles, but your comment...
      1. +2
        October 8 2023
        Firstly, the Iron Dome is precisely designed to intercept large quantities of blunt ingots.
        This is its only task - to intercept numerous slow, unguided missiles flying through absolutely predictable territory. Moreover, Israel knew very well where all these missiles could come from. And he had decades to saturate the missile defense area with Dome installations.
        Therefore, the Dome as a system clearly did NOT cope with its task.

        Well, and secondly, are you seriously comparing the interception of the RS with the work on a stealth controlled missile system that flies at ultra-low altitude? :)

        And finally, in the case of the Crimean air defense, in the case of the Dome, it is obvious what I have already said a hundred times. There is no insurmountable air defense/missile defense system.
        The Israelis, if they want to protect themselves from PCs, should not surround themselves with Domes, but sterilize those places where the threat comes from.
        Exactly the same for Russia. You can even deliver 100500 S-400s to Sevastopol, but there will still be a way to overcome air defense. In order to prevent attacks from airfields in the Odessa region on Crimea, Russian tanks are needed at airfields in this very Odessa region.
        1. -2
          October 8 2023
          Quote: Denis812
          Therefore, the Dome as a system clearly did NOT cope with its task.

          Maybe yes, but most likely you are mistaken. Because everything you wrote is correct, but you forgot to mention a couple of nuances:
          Any air defense system can be oversaturated - trivially, with the number of attacking ammunition. Therefore, for any system there is a ceiling with which, according to the technical specifications, it must cope. So, if the air defense missile system fulfilled its assigned objectives with certified accuracy, but its ceiling was exceeded, then it is impossible to say that the air defense system failed to cope with its task. Accordingly, your statement would only be true if the Iron Dome was designed for such massive attacks (thousands of ammunition). But he was not designed for attacks of such intensity.
          Secondly, 7 missiles were enough to oversaturate our air defense. Yes, much more difficult targets than an MLRS projectile. But seven.
          1. 0
            October 9 2023
            Your statement would only be true if the Iron Dome was designed to withstand such massive attacks (thousands of ammunition). But he was not designed for attacks of such intensity

            I wrote - Iron Dome, like system. I'm not talking about the fact that a particular piece of hardware failed. But the entire air defense system built on the Dome failed.
            If Israel expected that Hamas would limit itself to a hundred missiles, then Israel was mistaken and set the wrong parameters for the “performance” of the Dome.
            But in any case, you are right that the system is oversaturated. This is exactly what I wrote about - that no matter how many complexes you install, one way or another there will be options.

            Secondly, 7 missiles were enough to oversaturate our air defense. Yes, much more difficult targets than an MLRS projectile. But seven.

            You are comparing apples and oranges.
            Yes, both are fruits. But this is their only similarity.

            I am more than sure that if the Ukrainian Armed Forces had released such a number of RSs as Hamas, then the result of the Russian air defense would have been orders of magnitude worse than that of the Kupol.
            Simply because the Russian air defense is not designed to solve the problems of the Dome.
            In the same way, I am sure that if Hamas had fired 7 stealthy missiles, the Dome would have reflected exactly ZERO.
            Because the dome has different tasks.

            There is no need to compare the incomparable.
            1. +1
              October 9 2023
              Quote: Denis812
              There is no need to compare the incomparable.

              I am an economist, and I know how to do it :))) We must be able to compare a shawarma stall and a transnational corporation :)))
              Simply put, any weapon is created to solve certain problems. Therefore, any weapon can be compared precisely according to the criterion of compliance with its tasks. For the air defense of Sevastopol, repelling a raid by a dozen anti-ship missiles was a routine task, which it failed to cope with. At the same time, I don’t know why this happened, and I’m not saying that air defense systems are bad. Maybe it’s not the air defense system, but the fact that the radar was placed in the wrong place, maybe some of the complexes were “rotated” to other areas of the Northern Military District, maybe the human factor played a role, who knows? But Sevastopol’s air defense system failed to cope with its task. The Iron Dome, in principle, coped well with the limited “arrivals” of home-made rockets, while the count went on in the dozens, and we can say that it more or less coped with its task. And reflecting thousands of PCs in a limited period of time is not his competence.
  29. 0
    October 7 2023
    Ah well done! fellow ... this is a response to the drone strike in Syria!
  30. -1
    October 7 2023
    Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
    Quote: Argon
    Are they terrorists because they are Muslims?

    They are terrorists because they attack civilians.
    That's right:
    The radical Islamist and nationalist movement Hamas was founded in the second half of the 1980s and since its inception has been in opposition to Ya. Arafat's Palestine Liberation Organization. Uses terrorist methods, incl. hides behind its own civilian population; this group is supported by Qatar and Turkey, as well as Iran...
    The number of inappropriate comments here in support of this beast is amazing...
    1. -1
      October 7 2023
      The civilian population is collateral damage. Well, like in Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, Iraq, Yugoslavia, right?
    2. +1
      October 9 2023
      Well, how can I explain it to you? Enlightened elves from the West greeted the fighters for the freedom of Ichkeria in approximately the same way in the 90s. They also made heroes out of fighters against Assad and Gadaffi. Today is their turn. It's not that I enjoy killing. But if in 70 years you have not been able to learn to live in peace with your neighbors...
  31. -1
    October 7 2023
    I wish Israel to quickly cope with this aggression. Strength, skill and good luck to them.
    1. +1
      October 8 2023
      Quote from: dump22
      I wish Israel to quickly cope with this aggression. Strength, skill and good luck to them.

      Oops, aggression against peace-loving Jews. This is something new. I wish the Arabs all the same as you wish the Jews.
      1. 0
        October 8 2023
        Oops, aggression against peace-loving Jews. This is something new.


        But in my opinion, on the contrary, something from a very old repertoire.
        If you don’t remember, the last war against Israel (1973) began with an attack by 3 Arab countries on the Jews.

        I wish the Arabs all the same as you wish the Jews.


        Well, I also wish good luck to the Arabs, they will soon really need it.
  32. -1
    October 8 2023
    What goal are the Palestinians pursuing with this action, what do they want in the end?
    Jews have nowhere to go, so they must learn to live together.
    1. 0
      October 8 2023
      Quote: 75Sergey
      Jews have nowhere to go, so they must learn to live together.

      They were kindly given an entire autonomous region in the east of our country.
      It’s as if they always have an alternate airfield there.
  33. +1
    October 8 2023
    Where is the iron dome? Where are the patriots and all sorts of arrows? And they also mocked us, the creatures. Receive and sign.
  34. 0
    October 8 2023
    Lord, can we really wait until Galkin and his grandmother are called to the front? Let them eat bast shoes in a non-warring country. The bark boys should throw off their palaces, as well as Mr. Ze’s parents. Let them rejoice.)))
  35. +2
    October 8 2023
    Israel has been reaping the fruits of its policies for decades. It is obvious that with the current policy, the end of it (albeit not immediately) as a state is obvious; no military technology or military technology will help. Against the entire large Arab and Muslim world (and it has already greatly increased its presence around the world; more and more Arabs and Muslims live in European countries every year) it will not survive even with the help of the United States.

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“Non-profit organizations, unregistered public associations or individuals performing the functions of a foreign agent,” as well as media outlets performing the functions of a foreign agent: “Medusa”; "Voice of America"; "Realities"; "Present time"; "Radio Freedom"; Ponomarev; Savitskaya; Markelov; Kamalyagin; Apakhonchich; Makarevich; Dud; Gordon; Zhdanov; Medvedev; Fedorov; "Owl"; "Alliance of Doctors"; "RKK" "Levada Center"; "Memorial"; "Voice"; "Person and law"; "Rain"; "Mediazone"; "Deutsche Welle"; QMS "Caucasian Knot"; "Insider"; "New Newspaper"