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Israel attacked near 30 targets in Gaza

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Israel attacked near 30 targets in GazaIn response to the most intense Palestinian missile attack on Israel’s air force in one and a half years, they attacked 29 targets in the Gaza Strip, Israeli Prime Minister Ofer Gendelman said.


According to the Israeli military, in the south of the country 42 missiles fell, including at least eight - within the settlements. Three missiles were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system. The shelling did without casualties and destruction, reports RIA "News».

"The Israeli Air Force attacked 29 terrorist sites in the Gaza Strip in response to a powerful rocket attack from the Islamic Jihad," wrote Gendelman in a microblog on Twitter. Two more targets in the Gaza Strip were shot at earlier.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to respond “with all his might” to the truce violation, and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman called on the local television to “re-occupy” the Gaza Strip, from where the Israelis left 2005.

Responsibility for the rocket attack on Israel took the Palestinian group "Islamic Jihad", three militants who died on Tuesday at an Israeli air strike, inflicted in response to mortar shelling.
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  1. Stiletto
    Stiletto 13 March 2014 16: 03
    +22
    Judging by the number of successful interceptions, the Israeli "Iron Dome" turned out to be not so iron.
    1. ReifA
      ReifA 13 March 2014 16: 08
      +22
      It has already been written more than once that missiles are being intercepted, the fall of which will entail casualties. There are no victims - an indicator of either luck, or the work of the dome, or this and that. Accordingly, to draw conclusions on the above infe is incorrect.
      1. Salamander
        Salamander 13 March 2014 16: 34
        +13
        Well, yes, what's the point of shooting down rockets flying into the desert?
      2. viktorR
        viktorR 13 March 2014 16: 42
        +7
        But, 8 missiles fell in settlements, and only three intercepted, respectively, three out of eleven, this is the result of the LCD.
        1. ReifA
          ReifA 13 March 2014 16: 45
          +2
          I repeat - missiles go down, the fall of which can lead to victims. There are no victims. Further down the text.
          1. Dazdranagon
            Dazdranagon 13 March 2014 16: 56
            +10
            eight - within settlements.
            Quote: ReifA
            missiles go down, the fall of which could lead to victims
            - i.e. LCD also with artificial intelligence? Or maybe he just could not intercept them?
            1. Papakiko
              Papakiko 13 March 2014 17: 09
              +1
              Quote: Dazdranagon
              - i.e. LCD also with artificial intelligence?

              All natural nor any artificial substitutes.
              Quote: Dazdranagon
              Or maybe he just could not intercept them?

              A knowledgeable person explains:
              Quote: ReifA
              that the interception is rockets, the fall of which will entail the victims. There are no victims - an indicator of either luck, or the work of the dome, or this and that

              Quote: ReifA
              Accordingly, to draw conclusions on the above infe is incorrect.

              Quote: ReifA
              missiles go down, the fall of which could lead to victims

              It’s also a weapon of the 22nd century, and it’s scary to imagine how the efficiency will increase after the introduction of a highly advertised lasers.
            2. Pimply
              Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 06
              +4
              Quote: Dazdranagon
              - i.e. LCD also with artificial intelligence? Or maybe he just could not intercept them?

              Have you ever read about the system? It was originally sharpened so that in order to reduce the cost of shooting down only missiles flying to certain sectors, and not all.
              1. viktorR
                viktorR 13 March 2014 18: 44
                +1
                You did not understand the comment thread. A ReifA citizen claims that the LCD misses missiles even flying to populated areas, unless they harm the NP and kill people there. The algorithm of such calculations, for some reason, even the most simplified one, did not provide.
                1. Pimply
                  Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 53
                  -1
                  Quote: viktorR
                  We did not understand the comment thread. A ReifA citizen claims that the LCD misses missiles even flying to populated areas, unless they harm the NP and kill people there. The algorithm of such calculations, for some reason, even the most simplified one, did not provide.

                  The whole question is in the parameters that are given to the system. Settlement - a loose concept
                  1. viktorR
                    viktorR 14 March 2014 13: 14
                    0
                    A settlement is a point where there is a POPULATION. Why juggle? Why not just admit that in this particular case, the LCD did not work very well? Although the overall statistics, he is very not bad. Israeli cheers patriotism interfere?
                2. And Us Rat
                  And Us Rat 13 March 2014 21: 31
                  +2
                  Quote: viktorR
                  You did not understand the comment thread. A ReifA citizen claims that the LCD misses missiles even flying to populated areas, unless they harm the NP and kill people there. The algorithm of such calculations, for some reason, even the most simplified one, did not provide.

                  The algorithm is simple - it makes no sense to shoot down a rocket that falls into an open scrap metal warehouse, for example, or an abandoned warehouse, even if it is within the boundaries of a settlement. Especially at night, all damage from such a hit is repaired with two shovels of new asphalt. laughing
                  The ballistic "dome" eliminator allows very spot coverage even staggered "through the block" or even "through the house".
                  The problem can arise only in the case of guided and maneuvering ammunition, then you will have to switch the canopy to the "continuous coverage" mode due to the impossibility of calculating the ballistic trajectory.
                  1. viktorR
                    viktorR 14 March 2014 13: 17
                    0
                    There is a watchman at any metal warehouse. Or in Israel, boundless fields of scrap metal)?
                    1. And Us Rat
                      And Us Rat 14 March 2014 15: 43
                      0
                      Quote: viktorR
                      There is a watchman at any metal warehouse.

                      Far from any, many simply have a high fence, a large lock, an alarm system and a video surveillance system. 21 century in the yard. lol
              2. Dazdranagon
                Dazdranagon 14 March 2014 11: 19
                +2
                Quote: Pimply
                It was originally sharpened so that in order to reduce the cost of shooting down only missiles flying to certain sectors, and not all.
                - and every Israeli has a card "tuda ne hady - raketa will hit the head" ?!
          2. kirieeleyson
            kirieeleyson 13 March 2014 17: 57
            +3
            It is very typical in the spirit of Israel to state
            missiles go down, the fall of which could lead to victims
            , in fact, you can see that this junk is ineffective. In India, the warriors who tested this "Iron Dome" spat, the efficiency is below 30%
            According to calculations, something like that is. So, do not here))
            1. alone
              alone 13 March 2014 19: 18
              +6
              Quote: kirieeleyson
              In India, the warriors who tested this "Iron Dome" spat, the efficiency is below 30%


              In India, the MIG-21 was tested in due time. There was a lot of praise. Everyone was delighted. Except for the MIG-21, which "brave" Indians killed in hundreds. So the opinion of the Indians is somehow dubious.
              1. kirieeleyson
                kirieeleyson 13 March 2014 23: 39
                +1
                and you noticed that even the developers themselves are guided by the indicators of these countries, they bring products. The Hindus always had this, they buy a lot, study, break up, then relearn and break up again, but they boost the development of their military industrial complex, train generations, and now India can not be compared with the same India 10 years ago. You will remember how relatively recently (about 50 years ago) they had nothing but guns, sabers and guns besides rifles. And now? Yes, they 3 aircraft carrier already want to accept!
            2. And Us Rat
              And Us Rat 13 March 2014 21: 43
              +1
              Quote: kirieeleyson
              It is very typical in the spirit of Israel to state
              missiles go down, the fall of which could lead to victims
              , in fact, you can see that this junk is ineffective. In India, the warriors who tested this "Iron Dome" spat, the efficiency is below 30%
              According to calculations, something like that is. So, do not here))


              Continue to believe in it, even though the fact that the "dome" is an inflatable model, it seems to us purple lol The main thing for us is the result, but the result is obvious - more than 100 missiles per day, there are no casualties, material damage is not mentioned at all. So keep telling us how bad the dome is - we are amused. bully
              1. kirieeleyson
                kirieeleyson 13 March 2014 23: 31
                0
                Quote: And Us Rat
                The result is the main thing for us, and the result is obvious - more than 100 missiles per day, there are no victims, material damage is not mentioned at all.

                Yes thank God.
                So keep telling us how bad the dome is - we are amused.
                I'm just amused by the "selectivity" of target designation of your system, which may work according to completely different algorithms than you indicate. Do not be offended, there is a healthy argument, it is always better than nothing)
                ps - I like your KAZ, so let's discuss further)
              2. viktorR
                viktorR 14 March 2014 13: 20
                0
                What unbridled cheers-patriotism ...
                1. And Us Rat
                  And Us Rat 15 March 2014 05: 37
                  0
                  Quote: viktorR
                  What unbridled cheers-patriotism ...

                  I am operating solely with the de facto results. There are no casualties or destructions - hence the system has fulfilled its task. What else does? request
                  This is your "camp" they operate with phrases: "but if only ..."
                  "If my grandmother had eggs, her name would be grandfather." lol


                  And please note, I’m not trying to prove something or convince anyone, believe in anything you want, because of this I won’t sleep less at night laughing
        2. Tourist Breakfast
          Tourist Breakfast 13 March 2014 17: 29
          +9
          But, 8 missiles fell in settlements, and only three intercepted, respectively, three out of eleven, this is the result of the LCD.

          It is necessary to look in what exactly the settlements were the rockets falling. As far as I know from the news, we are talking about small villages located close to the border with Gaza. LCD does not cover them. And he covers large cities 20 -40 km from Gaza.
          1. viktorR
            viktorR 13 March 2014 17: 36
            +3
            Wow screwed up). But as always)
            1. Pimply
              Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 08
              0
              Quote: viktorR
              Wow screwed up). But as always)

              And what are you screwed up? There are really several villages and towns that are from Gaza in a 4-kilometer zone.
          2. Pimply
            Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 07
            0
            Quote: Tourist's Breakfast

            It is necessary to look in what exactly the settlements were the rockets falling. As far as I know from the news, we are talking about small villages located close to the border with Gaza. LCD does not cover them. And he covers large cities 20 -40 km from Gaza.

            Well, not only that. Sderot and Ashkelon are much closer
            1. Tourist Breakfast
              Tourist Breakfast 13 March 2014 18: 58
              +2
              Well, not only that. Sderot and Ashkelon are much closer

              Sderot does not seem to hide behind the LCD. There just was a hit in the city. And Ashkelon is 20 km from Gaza.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 13 March 2014 19: 06
                +1
                Ashkelon is 9 km from the border.

                LCD battery deployed in Sderot including
              2. saturn.mmm
                saturn.mmm 13 March 2014 21: 47
                +1
                Quote: Tourist's Breakfast
                Sderot does not seem to hide behind the LCD. There just was a hit in the city. And Ashkelon is 20 km from Gaza.

                For me, they would have closed the question with Gaza once and for all, the ceasefire had violated the truce, it’s unacceptable to live and constantly look around that a rocket will be fired at your house.
                1. Pimply
                  Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 44
                  0
                  Quote: saturn.mmm
                  For me, they would have closed the question with Gaza once and for all, the ceasefire had violated the truce, it’s unacceptable to live and constantly look around that a rocket will be fired at your house.

                  Close once and for all called genocide
      3. 222222
        222222 13 March 2014 17: 50
        +2
        "In total, in 2011 there were 229 attacks, 386 missiles, the result: three dead, 38 wounded, 34 missiles were shot down by the missile defense system
        As of March 12, 2012, since the beginning of 2012, 85 shelling and 185 missiles were carried out. Five wounded. 61 missiles shot down by the missile defense system. In total, in the first year of operation (by April 2012), the system intercepted 93 missiles
        During Operation Cloud Pillar in November 2012, the system intercepted 421 missiles fired into Israel from the Gaza Strip. The percentage of successfully intercepted targets is estimated at 85% "
        1. viktorR
          viktorR 13 March 2014 18: 02
          0
          Overall great! But in this particular situation, the C grade, and then only because no one died, although the missiles fell on the NP.
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    2. Army1
      Army1 13 March 2014 17: 33
      0
      Air force power, if you do not say so, it’s not only about Israel, it’s necessary to quickly launch the production of large batches of military aircraft for our air forces
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 13 March 2014 21: 14
      +1
      Quote: Stiletto
      Judging by the number of successful interceptions, the Israeli "Iron Dome" turned out to be not so iron.

      This is an indicator of the club-handedness of those who shoot missiles at Israel, 3 interceptions indicate that only 3 missiles needed to be intercepted, the "dome" ignores non-hazardous missiles. Spend an anti-missile system to save 3-4 sq.m. there is definitely no sense in sowing in the field, it is cheaper to pay a farmer $ 100-200 compensation.

      Py.Sy. - although ... continue to omit our technique, you are a great source of misinformation for our enemies laughing
      1. Leisure
        Leisure 14 March 2014 10: 11
        0
        I completely agree with the opinion about the "club-handedness" of the launchers, and about the quality of what is being launched across Israel.
  2. psychologist
    psychologist 13 March 2014 16: 04
    +8
    when will they calm down then ?? !!! all my life alone busy! both those and those !!
    1. Salamander
      Salamander 13 March 2014 16: 35
      +7
      Never ... only if one belligerent is completely destroyed ...
    2. kocclissi
      kocclissi 13 March 2014 17: 30
      +4
      That they (those and those) have a national sport ....
    3. predator.3
      predator.3 13 March 2014 20: 06
      0
      Quote: psychologist
      when will they calm down then ?? !!! all my life alone busy! both those and those !!

      They have it already, like "hello!" or "Good morning neighbor!" if there is no missile and bomb exchange, consider the whole day ruined! wassat
  3. andrei332809
    andrei332809 13 March 2014 16: 07
    +10
    But here terrorists have settled in Kiev, and common people are screaming at the thought that they can be "bombed". but about the Jews, no one is indignant request
    1. woron333444
      woron333444 13 March 2014 16: 59
      +9
      Jews defend their territory and do not look at the UN
      1. Rider
        Rider 13 March 2014 17: 06
        +2
        Quote: woron333444
        Jews defend their territory and do not look at the UN

        which does not cancel the strongest Jewish lobby.

        wink
        1. kirieeleyson
          kirieeleyson 13 March 2014 18: 16
          +4
          And for this they are a plus in fact. There would be such a Russian lobby in the same countries .. although we usually, like, silently point a finger at "Topol-M" if something happens. Also, hmm ... option. Not diplomatically, but straightforward and honest.
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  4. TEODOR
    TEODOR 13 March 2014 16: 09
    +9
    What bothers me more is that they don’t notice the Ukrainian Natsik, someone and the Jews were the first to scream all over the world. Looks profitable ....
    1. shalk
      shalk 13 March 2014 16: 30
      +8
      Quote: TEODOR
      What bothers me more is that they don’t notice the Ukrainian Natsik


      Do not find it strange Israel’s intention to send its observers to a referendum in Crimea?
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      2. TEODOR
        TEODOR 13 March 2014 16: 36
        +2
        Quote: shalk
        Do not find it strange Israel’s intention to send its observers to a referendum in Crimea?

        If this is not all started, this is a sign that they recognize the right of Crimea to self-determination. Do not throw off the news link.
        1. shalk
          shalk 13 March 2014 16: 45
          +1
          Quote: TEODOR
          .Do not throw off the news link.


          Reported on all Russia 24 news bulletins.
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          3. TEODOR
            TEODOR 13 March 2014 16: 58
            0
            Quote: shalk
            Quote: TEODOR
            .Do not throw off the news link.


            Reported on all Russia 24 news bulletins.

            Thank you.
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          5. Pimply
            Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 12
            +2
            “The Supreme Council of Crimea invited a group of 7 independent foreign observers from among Russian compatriots who are citizens of Belgium, France, Poland, Latvia, Israel,” Petrosov noted. “We will fly to Crimea on Friday.”

            Observers are one or two people from Israel, moreover, as a private initiative, as I understand it
            1. saturn.mmm
              saturn.mmm 13 March 2014 21: 50
              0
              Quote: Pimply
              Observers are one or two people from Israel, moreover, as a private initiative, as I understand it

              There is no problem, apply and watch.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 45
                -1
                Quote: saturn.mmm
                There is no problem, apply and watch.

                And why is this, explain?
      3. woron333444
        woron333444 13 March 2014 17: 04
        +2
        Mean support and Crimea and Russia
        1. shalk
          shalk 13 March 2014 17: 42
          0
          Quote: woron333444
          Mean support and Crimea and Russia


          Crimean authorities constantly say that the world will be very surprised when it finds out who the Crimean Self-Defense Forces are made up of. The presence of Belarusians and Kazakhs in these forces, in the light of recent events, no longer looks incredible. How could we not really be surprised. A bold assumption, of course, but ...
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 13
            0
            Quote: shalk
            A bold assumption, of course, but ...

            Unlikely
            1. shalk
              shalk 13 March 2014 18: 19
              +1
              Quote: Pimply
              Unlikely


              Well ... as a private initiative.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 56
                0
                Quote: shalk
                Well ... as a private initiative.

                All Israeli PMCs have a tight connection with the MO. And if in private, then you can rattle for mercenary
                1. shalk
                  shalk 13 March 2014 19: 34
                  0
                  Quote: Pimply
                  All Israeli PMCs have a tight connection with the MO.


                  Israel Defense Ministry has someone to protect. And there is from whom. And not only in the Crimea. And not only in Odessa. Joke.
          2. saturn.mmm
            saturn.mmm 13 March 2014 21: 58
            0
            Quote: shalk
            The presence of Belarusians and Kazakhs in these forces,

            Belarusians only if close relatives live in Crimea (son, daughter, mother, father).
            In general, I want to say that the revolution will take place along with all its components, ordinary people who have essentially the same roots, who live in the neighborhood will remain, I think that we have enough patience and wisdom so that we would not be ashamed later.
            1. shalk
              shalk 13 March 2014 22: 30
              0
              Quote: saturn.mmm
              Belarusians only if close relatives live in Crimea (son, daughter, mother, father).


              Be that as it may, A.G. yesterday he indicated his presence, pointing out to the "desperate" ready to rush through Poland to Ukraine at their "weaknesses."
        2. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 13 March 2014 21: 51
          0
          Quote: woron333444
          Mean support and Crimea and Russia

          Unofficially - yes, they support, only the lazy one does not know about this. The official position is neutrality, we can’t take any side - again we’ll be extreme laughing
    2. woron333444
      woron333444 13 March 2014 17: 04
      +4
      There was a speech on YouTube by an Israeli intelligence officer, who said that the territory of Ukraine is the interests of Russia, but not NATO. The Israeli rabbi said that Russia was the first, as in the year 41, began to fight against fascism.
      1. Pimply
        Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 13
        0
        Quote: woron333444
        There was a speech on YouTube by an Israeli intelligence officer, who said that the territory of Ukraine is the interests of Russia, but not NATO.

        Cedmi is not a scout. He headed the service - the state analogue of Sokhnut
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 13 March 2014 18: 22
          +2
          Quote: Pimply
          Quote: woron333444
          There was a speech on YouTube by an Israeli intelligence officer, who said that the territory of Ukraine is the interests of Russia, but not NATO.

          Cedmi is not a scout. He headed the service - the state analogue of Sokhnut

          Scout. Brigadier General. Until 1990, Nativ worked illegally.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 13 March 2014 19: 03
            0
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            Scout. Brigadier General. Until 1990, Nativ worked illegally.

            Kedmi headed it since 1992, when it was no longer illegal. I don’t remember that he was a brigadier general. He finished "Mihlala le-bitakhon leumi" - yes. But mostly he was mainly a career diplomat.
            1. Aaron Zawi
              Aaron Zawi 13 March 2014 20: 12
              +1
              Quote: Pimply

              Kedmi headed it since 1992, when it was no longer illegal. I don’t remember that he was a brigadier general. He finished "Mihlala le-bitakhon leumi" - yes. But mostly he was mainly a career diplomat.

              Since August 4, 1970 of the year voluntarily called up for military service in the Israel Defense Forces. He served in armored forces, graduated from an officer general school, then the military intelligence school was demobilized in June 1973.
              He fought in the tank forces during the Doomsday War in the same carriage with the future Prime Minister Ehud Barak. He graduated from Tel Aviv University, then the College of National Security.
              In the second half of 1977, at the suggestion of the head of the government, Menachem Begin, he began working in the intelligence agency Nativ, which was involved, in particular, with the illegal emigration of Jews from the countries of the Soviet bloc.
              something like this. Everything else is a roof. I heard about the title once. But the source seems to be serious.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply 13 March 2014 20: 25
                +1
                The Wikipedia version is full of bugs. A native of the city of Moscow, born in 1947.
                After graduating from high school, he entered the Moscow Institute of Transport Engineers. For about two years, he tried to leave the USSR for Israel, in connection with which he interrupted his studies at the university. In the same period, he began an independent study of Hebrew. In 1968 he turned to the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR with a request to deprive Soviet citizenship. His request was granted the following year, after which he repatriated to Israel. He continued his studies at the Haifa Technion (at the chemical faculty), and then at Tel Aviv University.
                In addition, he graduated from the National Security College ("Mikhlala le-bithakhon leumi" - one of the most prestigious higher educational institutions in the country, whose graduates, as a rule, join the ranks of the special services and senior command personnel of the IDF). He served in the tank forces of the Israeli army, where he first became closely acquainted with the current Prime Minister E. Barak. Together with him, he took part in the Yom Kippur War of 1973.
                For some time he worked in Sokhnut, in particular, he was the representative of the agency in Vienna. In addition, he held one of the leading positions in the "Russian department" of the Foreign Ministry.
                In the first years of his life in Israel he took an active part in the activities of the right-wing Herut party. In 1978, on the recommendation of the leader of this party and the Prime Minister M. Begin, he joined Nativ.
                In the period 1988-1990. He was an employee of the consular group of the Israeli Foreign Ministry at the Netherlands Embassy in Moscow. In 1992, M. Begin's successor - leader of the Likud party and head of government I. Shamir - appointed Kedmi to the post of head of Nativ.

                Here is the dossier from Falkov. What is called "feel the difference". I know Mishin's meticulousness, his dossier is an order of magnitude more accurate than the wikipedia one.
      2. avg
        avg 13 March 2014 22: 53
        0
        Quote: woron333444
        There was a speech on YouTube by an Israeli intelligence officer, who said that the territory of Ukraine is the interests of Russia, but not NATO.

        Unfortunately, in the same program they discussed the topic of "why in Israel they don't like Russia most of all."
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cdNkkTSfys
  5. ReifA
    ReifA 13 March 2014 16: 10
    0
    They wrote about 70
    http://mignews.com/news/disasters/world/120314_190610_01368.html
  6. Siberian19
    Siberian19 13 March 2014 16: 10
    +5
    Israel does not speak! Israel strikes!
    1. Salamander
      Salamander 13 March 2014 16: 23
      +6
      It strikes, but then it surely rings it around the world ...



      I have a question in the picture: who else but the Jewish snipers thought of shooting from tripods?
      Can I roll a chair? A beer with roach?laughing
      1. uhu189
        uhu189 13 March 2014 16: 30
        +5
        Anna-news look, there the Syrians sit for hours in armchairs and graze through the holes in the walls of the militants, and the rifles on the coasters. The windows are high here - apparently they decided to use tripods. Not on hand, keep the rifle for hours ...
      2. ReifA
        ReifA 13 March 2014 16: 46
        +1
        Stationary point. If a shot is fired, there will be a change of position.
        1. shasherin_pavel
          shasherin_pavel 13 March 2014 17: 51
          0
          Do not contradict yourself, please: if the point is stationary, but it takes a long time to remove the tripod, and they even have chips on the windowsill, apparently from impunity, or a fake frame in the rear.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 24
            0
            Quote: shasherin_pavel
            Do not contradict yourself, please: if the point is stationary, but it takes a long time to remove the tripod, and they even have chips on the windowsill, apparently from impunity, or a fake frame in the rear.

            http://s1197.photobucket.com/user/vtb275/media/20120819_124103.jpg.html

            Here from here they will shoot for a long time, as you think?
      3. wanderer_032
        wanderer_032 13 March 2014 16: 52
        +2
        Quote: Salamander
        I have a question in the picture: who else but the Jewish snipers thought of shooting from tripods?

        A very good way. If you can stay in position for a long time.
        And if the enemy is either burdock, or he has nothing to answer.
        We would have instantly figured out where the firing point is. And they would have shunned around the house from something heavy (RPG, RPO Bumblebee, BTR, BMP, ZU-23, tank, self-propelled guns,), they would have called pro snipers to the edge.
        Proven method, guaranteed. wink
      4. the polar
        the polar 13 March 2014 16: 52
        +2
        Quote: Salamander
        It strikes, but then it surely rings it around the world ...



        I have a question in the picture: who else but the Jewish snipers thought of shooting from tripods?
        Can I roll a chair? A beer with roach?laughing

        So they also have a "crooked gun" that you can shoot from around the corner.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 25
          +4
          Quote: Polar
          So they also have a "crooked gun" that you can shoot from around the corner.

          Which was bought including by Russian special forces
      5. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 13 March 2014 16: 57
        0
        staging. close to the windows sad
      6. kocclissi
        kocclissi 13 March 2014 17: 32
        0
        This is a shooting gallery close to reality))
      7. Ustian
        Ustian 13 March 2014 17: 33
        +1
        Quote: Salamander
        It strikes, but then it surely rings it around the world ...



        I have a question in the picture: who else but the Jewish snipers thought of shooting from tripods?
        Can I roll a chair? A beer with roach?laughing

        This is fotoruzho!
      8. shasherin_pavel
        shasherin_pavel 13 March 2014 17: 49
        0
        Americans use such tripods for shooting at gophers, in sports competitions. Only in Russia "civilization" has not yet reached the shooters. Also note that they shoot from "Mauser" converted for sport hunting. Real snipers don't carry M-16s with them. There is also no observer - a metrist, which is obligatory for professionals. Without wind speed instruments and a rangefinder, you can shoot in the city, but for the pros it is unacceptable.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 28
          +1
          Quote: shasherin_pavel
          Americans use such tripods for shooting at gophers, in sports competitions. Only in Russia "civilization" has not yet reached the shooters. Also note that they shoot from "Mauser" converted for sport hunting. Real snipers don't carry M-16s with them. There is also no observer - a metrist, which is obligatory for professionals. Without wind speed instruments and a rangefinder, you can shoot in the city, but for the pros it is unacceptable.

          What nonsense are you talking about. The sniper - it is the sniper, not the Marxman, the assault rifle - a personal weapon in addition to the sniper. This is the standard. Here you are also looking at one photo and determine the lack of a metrist in a spark. To go nuts.
        2. Dezzed
          Dezzed 13 March 2014 20: 00
          0
          Quote: shasherin_pavel
          Without instruments, wind speeds and rangefinder can be shot in the city, but for the pros it is unacceptable.



          Respect, take a look at the photo.
          distance to neighboring houses no more than 50 meters. what are the long-range meters? what is the wind speed?
          at such a distance, even the first-day course of the young fighters would have put anyone.

          Are you a sniper or something?
      9. Pimply
        Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 22
        +2
        I do not want to upset you, but shooting from tripods in a sniper is a common thing. Including in Russia



  7. Slevinst
    Slevinst 13 March 2014 16: 11
    +1
    well, so much talk about such a beautiful iron dome
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 13 March 2014 16: 13
      +3
      Quote: Slevinst
      and so much talk about such a beautiful iron dome

      well rusted, with whom it does not happen
      1. evgenii67
        evgenii67 13 March 2014 16: 28
        +12
        For those who expressed themselves negatively about the "Iron Dome" I gave you a minus, sorry hi just why spend expensive rockets on something that does not fly on their heads, but "at least eight - within populated areas. Three missiles were intercepted by the Iron Dome batteries." those. Roughly speaking, more than 25% of conditionally dangerous missiles were intercepted, and given that "The shelling was done without casualties and destruction", then it is possible to give an estimate close to 100%, perhaps it is these 3 missiles that were intercepted and posed a real threat. Ps I'm not a Jew and not a fan of Israel. It is simply incandescent to talk about something arrogantly, or poorly not owning the full picture ...
        1. viktorR
          viktorR 13 March 2014 16: 47
          +1
          20% is not 100%, as Prokhfessor stated. And the fact that the missiles that fell into the NP did not kill anyone is pure coincidence. Or do you think the LCD monitors the position of all people in the NP and from this calculates to shoot down the rocket or not?)))
          1. evgenii67
            evgenii67 13 March 2014 16: 59
            +2
            Quote: viktorR
            no one was killed, pure coincidence

            what do you not add: "The bombardment was done without casualties and destruction" what peace-loving rockets. Dear Victor, there probably are such sections in the NP where there is a chance that someone will turn out to be scanty, well, even God be with that, let the LCD recapture in 75% (8 missiles), and we have something, not so, but is there anything similar in the world that can bring down self-made rockets ?!
            1. viktorR
              viktorR 13 March 2014 17: 43
              -1
              Nuka nuka, more about places in the NP where there are no people)? Somewhere I claimed that the LCD is bad? I just stated its effectiveness. But why are you trying in every possible way to unscrew this as an achievement, this is not at all clear ...
              Quote: evgenii67
              The world has something like that that can bring down self-made rockets ?!

              even an old shilka knocks down a mortar mine, and it’s cheaper than an LCD) (an example as a joke). The question is not what no one has, the question is what only Israel needs.
              1. evgenii67
                evgenii67 13 March 2014 21: 58
                0
                Quote: viktorR
                Nuka Nuka, more about places in the NP where there are no people)

                Victor, I beg you !!! I don’t know how in Israel, but in Russia it can be: abandoned warehouses; forest in urban areas; houses that are being prepared for demolition, or buildings and structures under construction; closed areas, landfills within the boundaries of the NP; after all, ordinary corn ... field (yes yes it happens that this can be within the boundaries of the NP)
          2. Professor
            Professor 13 March 2014 22: 38
            +3
            Quote: viktorR
            20% is not 100%, as Prokhfessor stated.

            Young man, keep your fantasies with you. In general, distorting nicknames and blatantly lying is not good. angry
            1. viktorR
              viktorR 14 March 2014 13: 02
              0
              Dear professor (so as not to distort the nickname I am writing with a small letter), these are not my fantasies, but somewhat exaggerated (maybe even distorted somewhere, I confess, by the way, that you also sin, and more than mine) the quintessence of your statements on this topic. And to be offended by the nickname, mine is not serious, all the same, this is not a name, but a nickname.

              Well, and about the central park, comments below, people do not walk on it? Or is the LCD so smart that it determines whether people are there or not? Imagine that a projectile flies to the central park and they can intercept it, can it really be intercepted? About the industrial zone in general, pearl ... I can imagine how a missile from the BM-21 flies into the chemical plant at night ... Wash is not your most clever idea.
              1. Professor
                Professor 14 March 2014 13: 27
                -1
                Quote: viktorR
                the quintessence of your comments on this topic

                The real figures on the effectiveness of the LCD have already been laid out and, of course, there is no question of 100%.

                Quote: viktorR
                Well, and about the central park, comments below, people do not walk on it?

                You are completely off topic. During the air raid (sirens, SMS, etc.), only stray dogs walk in the park.

                Quote: viktorR
                Imagine that a projectile flies to the central park and they can intercept it, can it really be intercepted?

                No, they won't intercept. Not necessary. For example, if a rocket is sent to the beach in Ashkelon, then no one will intercept it and then a message will come: "fell in the village."

                Quote: viktorR
                About the industrial zone in general, pearl ... I can imagine how a missile from a BM-21 flies into a chemical plant at night ...

                In addition to chemical plants (there are only a few such in Israel), the industrial zone is full of high-tech enterprises where, apart from computers, there is nobody and nothing at night.

                Quote: viktorR
                Wash is not your most clever idea.

                This thought belongs to the creator of the LCD and was also voiced by the leadership of the Tsakhal. They know better.
        2. Professor
          Professor 13 March 2014 22: 37
          +4
          These "settlements" were given to you. Central Park is located in the heart of New York City downtown Manhattan. If a rocket flies there, intercept it too?
          Here is "my" article on the LCD dated September 6, 2011: To make a decision, it was necessary to define a "defended territory" (footprint) - places that are considered strategic, and where a missile can cause significant damage. For example, important infrastructure, the damage of which could lead to a significant reduction in Israel's defenses. The definition of "defended territory" may vary depending on the situation. For example, an industrial zone can be included in a "defended area" only during the day to protect workers in the industrial area, while a hospital will be considered a "defended territory" at any time.

          "Iron Dome": knowledge, and most importantly experience
      2. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 13 March 2014 22: 10
        +2
        Quote: andrei332809
        well rusted, with whom it does not happen

        The article is written
        According to the Israeli military, 42 missiles fell in the south of the country, including at least eight within the settlements. Three missiles were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense batteries. The shelling cost no casualties or destructionRIA Novosti reports.
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    3. siberalt
      siberalt 13 March 2014 16: 17
      +3
      I wonder how the "dome" will save you from shelling?
      1. ReifA
        ReifA 13 March 2014 16: 50
        +7
        The bombardment of positions where funds are deployed for this action will save from artillery bombardment. Given the size of Gaza and the number of drones in Israel, it is logical to assume that shelling from there is impossible in principle.
      2. Dezzed
        Dezzed 14 March 2014 09: 33
        -1
        Quote: siberalt
        I wonder how the "dome" will save you from shelling?


        The question is right!

        Add: How the iron dome will save from raids by wild monkeys and tautonian tribes! ???
    4. Zapasnoy
      Zapasnoy 13 March 2014 16: 29
      +4
      I would not be surprised that the cost of the used anti-missiles exceeded the cost of missiles launched from the territory of Gaza. Although human lives are worth it.
      By the way, for objectivity, you need to calculate the percentage of intercepted and non-intercepted missiles not from the total number of launched missiles (42), but from those that have fallen in the area of ​​settlements (8), since the radar of the installation calculates the path and does not issue a command for interception if, according to calculations, the rocket falls into an uninhabited area.
      1. Pimply
        Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 31
        +3
        Quote: Zapasnoy
        I would not be surprised that the cost of the used anti-missiles exceeded the cost of missiles launched from the territory of Gaza. Although human lives are worth it.
        By the way, for objectivity, you need to calculate the percentage of intercepted and non-intercepted missiles not from the total number of launched missiles (42), but from those that have fallen in the area of ​​settlements (8), since the radar of the installation calculates the path and does not issue a command for interception if, according to calculations, the rocket falls into an uninhabited area.
        Bullet-proof vest is several thousand times more expensive than a bullet. Should I refuse bulletproof vest?

        The cost of a volley of LCDs has now dropped to several thousand dollars, as opposed to 50000 in the late 2000s
        1. evgenii67
          evgenii67 13 March 2014 21: 48
          +2
          Quote: Pimply
          Bullet-proof vest is several thousand times more expensive than a bullet. Should I refuse bulletproof vest?

          You are absolutely right, but I will add a little, not more expensive than the weapon from which the same bullet was fired, and I mean that who was shot must be saved by the "bulletproof vest", and who must have shot must lose the "machine gun"
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 47
            0
            Quote: evgenii67
            You are absolutely right, but I will add a little, not more expensive than the weapon from which the same bullet was fired, and I mean that who was shot must be saved by the "bulletproof vest", and who must have shot must lose the "machine gun"

            When how when
        2. Professor
          Professor 13 March 2014 22: 41
          +5
          Quote: Pimply
          Bullet-proof vest is several thousand times more expensive than a bullet. Should I refuse bulletproof vest?

          Eugene, this is my comparison. Infringe copyright. wink
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 47
            0
            Quote: Professor
            Eugene, this is my comparison. Infringe copyright.

            I repent 8)
          2. And Us Rat
            And Us Rat 14 March 2014 00: 56
            +1
            Quote: Professor
            Quote: Pimply
            Bullet-proof vest is several thousand times more expensive than a bullet. Should I refuse bulletproof vest?

            Eugene, this is my comparison. Infringe copyright. wink


            "We have violated, we are violating, and we will violate" © laughing
  8. Vtel
    Vtel 13 March 2014 16: 13
    +4
    This is the cycle of "Islamic jihad" in the world and it is fueled by those who suffer from it in the ent "volcanic" place, but the same of them with the stars and stripes do not suffer. The paradox, however!
  9. mitya24
    mitya24 13 March 2014 16: 19
    +10
    [quote = sibiryak19] israel does not speak! Israel strikes! [/ quo
    But how else should the state react when some frostbites bomb it? It is the Jews who are too aloof with them.
  10. 787nkx
    787nkx 13 March 2014 16: 21
    +4
    Something the reaction of the "world community" is not heard.
    1. Bravo
      Bravo 13 March 2014 16: 46
      +8
      Yes, they are now not up to Israel and Palestine, here the Crimea from Bandera is taken away wink
      1. shalk
        shalk 13 March 2014 16: 55
        +4
        Quote: bravo
        here Crimea is taken from Bandera


        Let's hope not only Crimea.
  11. uhu189
    uhu189 13 March 2014 16: 25
    +7
    I don’t understand, it’s like they were sitting in Gaza relatively quietly - and here you have so many missiles and all in one day. And what is most remarkable - all by. Why is there such an aggravation? And does it make sense to provoke Israeli strikes, which in turn will not beat? Maybe I don’t understand their logic because I’m not an Arab, who knows ... Because of the death of the 3 fighters, 23 will also die - what's the catch?
    1. zanoza
      zanoza 13 March 2014 16: 31
      +5
      Quote: uhu189
      what's the catch?

      As you yourself have noticed: you are not an Arab .... request laughing
    2. ReifA
      ReifA 13 March 2014 16: 51
      0
      Distraction of the public from the drain by Amer of their positions in Ukraine?
    3. Tourist Breakfast
      Tourist Breakfast 13 March 2014 17: 36
      +8
      I don’t understand, it’s like they were sitting in Gaza relatively quietly - and here you have so many missiles and all in one day. And what is most remarkable - all by. Why is there such an aggravation? And does it make sense to provoke Israeli strikes, which in turn will not beat? Maybe I don’t understand their logic because I’m not an Arab, who knows ... Because of the death of the 3 fighters, 23 will also die - what's the catch?


      They did not sit quietly. Every day, one or two missiles were shot. It’s just that ours covered the missile crew’s link during the next launch, so they got excited. Video:
      1. uhu189
        uhu189 13 March 2014 21: 29
        +1
        And why was this shooting from a drone?
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    4. Pimply
      Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 38
      +2
      Quote: uhu189
      I don’t understand, it’s like they were sitting in Gaza relatively quietly - and here you have so many missiles and all in one day. And what is most remarkable - all by. Why is there such an aggravation? And does it make sense to provoke Israeli strikes, which in turn will not beat? Maybe I don’t understand their logic because I’m not an Arab, who knows ... Because of the death of the 3 fighters, 23 will also die - what's the catch?

      There is an established industry of terror. Ideology plus money. Islamic jihad, in addition, is directly sponsored by Iran and is in balance with Hamas. And regularly shelling positions its independence
  12. made13
    made13 13 March 2014 16: 25
    -1
    A steep exchange - 3 militants against 29 sorties + missiles ... It’s somehow expensive ... Probably our Ukrainian sawmills, entrenched in the IDF, sold ammunition and fuel, and wrote off it for airstrikes ...
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 42
      +2
      It's easier to wave your hand. Army and security in general are not cheap
  13. Capyar 48315
    Capyar 48315 13 March 2014 16: 28
    +3
    According to the Israeli military, 42 missiles fell in the south of the country, including at least eight within the settlements. Three missiles were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense batteries. The shelling cost no casualties or destruction, RIA Novosti reports.

    Efficiency is low so far .. low .. And taking into account the technological level of goals, then generally nothing
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to respond “with all his might” to the truce violation, and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman called on the local television to “re-occupy” the Gaza Strip, from where the Israelis left 2005.

    But when will this stale deja vu end already?
    On the question of international law - the war is already sixty years old, tens of thousands of victims, and the warring parties are not outcasts of civilized humanity
    1. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 13 March 2014 22: 29
      +1
      Quote: KapYar 48315
      ... and the warring parties are not outcasts of civilized humanity

      Yeah, especially these are not outcasts at all ... generally an example of civilization and humanism ...


  14. rugor
    rugor 13 March 2014 16: 30
    +7
    Quote: made13
    A steep exchange - 3 militants against 29 sorties + missiles ... It’s somehow expensive ... Probably our Ukrainian sawmills, entrenched in the IDF, sold ammunition and fuel, and wrote off it for airstrikes ...


    It seems that the issue price is not the main thing for them. There is a collision - get snot. The strategy is simple.
  15. maksim
    maksim 13 March 2014 16: 39
    +2
    it is probably profitable to shoot down $ 100 Palestinian missiles with expensive "iron domes" and then raise aircraft and look for terrorists in the desert and talk about defending their lands
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 46
      +1
      Quote: maksim
      it is probably profitable to shoot down $ 100 Palestinian missiles with expensive "iron domes" and then raise aircraft and look for terrorists in the desert and talk about defending their lands

      Those that fly now have long been no longer a hundred bucks, but those that shoot down are not tens of thousands (the cost has dropped to several thousand per rocket)
      1. saturn.mmm
        saturn.mmm 13 March 2014 22: 16
        +2
        Quote: Pimply
        Those that fly now have long been no longer a hundred bucks, but those that shoot down are not tens of thousands (the cost has dropped to several thousand per rocket)

        I would also recall the safety of citizens, how and how much to evaluate it.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 49
          +1
          Exactly
          Quote: saturn.mmm
          I would also recall the safety of citizens, how and how much to evaluate it.
  16. 31231
    31231 13 March 2014 17: 04
    +2
    No way Qatar or the Saudis paid another wave of kipish. Looks like they want to remind Israel of their problems. And that he would be less loyal in relation to Russia in the Crimea.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 46
      +1
      Islamic Jihad - Under the Protectorate of Iran
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  18. Partizan
    Partizan 13 March 2014 17: 41
    0
    Quote: shalk
    Quote: bravo
    here Crimea is taken from Bandera


    Let's hope not only Crimea.

    No, apparently only Crimea. The rest (southeastern part of the former Ukraine) is left to banderlogs, judging by the news.
    1. shalk
      shalk 13 March 2014 17: 59
      +2
      Quote: Partizan
      The rest (southeastern part of the former Ukraine) is left to banderlogs, judging by the news.


      One should not read the news, but official statements from the White House or the Kremlin, and peer into their concrete actions.
      1. Partizan
        Partizan 13 March 2014 18: 09
        0
        What should I read, I decide for myself, but for every official type of "statement" from the White House I want to defuse a couple of missile silos in his direction, and statements from the Kremlin ....? no, have not heard.
        1. shalk
          shalk 13 March 2014 18: 14
          0
          Quote: Partizan
          and statements from the Kremlin ....? no, have not heard.


          So, while there is no reason to lose heart about the surrender of Ukraine.
          1. Partizan
            Partizan 13 March 2014 18: 20
            0
            It would be nice if so, but what about the news of the mass arrests of activists of the pro-Russian movement in eastern Ukraine?
            1. shalk
              shalk 13 March 2014 18: 32
              +2
              Quote: Partizan-en
              It would be nice if so, but what about the news of the mass arrests of activists of the pro-Russian movement in eastern Ukraine?


              Superfluous motivation for the liberation of Ukraine from the "inadequate" in Kiev.
      2. Pimply
        Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 47
        0
        Quote: shalk
        One should not read the news, but official statements from the White House or the Kremlin, and peer into their concrete actions.

        From them, too, not everything can be understood.
        1. shalk
          shalk 13 March 2014 19: 41
          0
          Quote: Pimply
          From them, too, not everything can be understood.


          That is why there is no reason for pessimism in the South-East of Ukraine.
  19. Andrey Ulyanovsky
    Andrey Ulyanovsky 13 March 2014 17: 53
    0
    Soon (in May, like) the elections and Bibika will precede. Sharansky will replace the assessment, so sho Bibik and began to intercept ships and bullet in the Arabs. The people there are simple and can easily even begin the evacuation of Jews in Odessa.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 13 March 2014 18: 51
      +3
      Quote: Andrey Ulyanovsky
      Soon (in May, like) the elections and Bibika will precede. Sharansky will replace the assessment, so sho Bibik and began to intercept ships and bullet in the Arabs. The people there are simple and can easily even begin the evacuation of Jews in Odessa.

      Tell me, where did you get such wild ideas about Israeli politics? Sharansky MAY BE promoted to the presidency of Israel, a ceremonial position. Israeli elections were relatively recent, and not yet expected
      1. Andrey Ulyanovsky
        Andrey Ulyanovsky 13 March 2014 19: 33
        0
        ITON-TV. I listened in half - I was interested in Kedmi mainly, then I was mistaken.
  20. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 13 March 2014 18: 03
    -3
    The iron beam and the iron dome were not iron .. They solved it in the old proven way with airstrikes ...
    1. alone
      alone 13 March 2014 19: 27
      +8
      The iron dome of the missile defense is a defense weapon. It cannot answer. But the LCD has a very effective radar that not only detects the missile, but also gives the coordinates of the launchers. Immediately, the aircraft rises and hits the already known coordinates. A very good radar .Green Pine called.
      1. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 13 March 2014 23: 31
        +1
        Quote: lonely
        The iron dome of the missile defense is a defense weapon. It cannot answer. But the LCD has a very effective radar that not only detects the missile, but also gives the coordinates of the launchers. Immediately, the aircraft rises and hits the already known coordinates. A very good radar .Green Pine called.

        Small correction, EL / M-2080 Green pine Block-B is used in the "Arrow" system.


        The standard dome radar is EL / M-2084.


        But yes, they can be united into a single network, in the case of repelling a multi-level attack.
        Both radars were created using AFAR technology.
      2. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov 14 March 2014 22: 18
        0
        And the iron beam ..? (The article was ..) Just if Israel is fired with 130 missiles (stupid of course ..) Well, the answer is airstrikes and what ...? Soon, Arabs from outer space will start shelling Israel .. (and then launch rockets from Mars) And Israel is worth it! But it’s impossible to agree somehow ..? It's funny to watch all this .. Arab-Israeli love is just some sort of)))
        1. And Us Rat
          And Us Rat 15 March 2014 05: 24
          0
          Quote: MIKHAN
          But it’s impossible to agree somehow ..?

          This is a question for the main puppeteer and sponsor of anti-Israeli terrorism - Iran.
          (even the fanatical Sunite regime of Saudi reconciled with Israel, and Shiite Iran is not interested)

          Iran: we will never recognize Israel.
          Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi, who is on an official visit to Tunisia, said that Iran is fully prepared to resist any threat and repel any attack. He added that he stressed that Iran would never recognize the Israeli regime.


          Interview with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Russian Federation, Mr. Reza Sajjadi:
          The main reason for the US attacks on us is the clear position of Iran, which does not accept the Zionist regime in any form.

          Nabil Shaat, a member of the negotiating delegation of the Palestinian Authority, said today at a press conference in Ramallah that the Palestinian Authority will never recognize Israel.


          Summarize:
          Over the past nearly three decades, the confrontation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the State of Israel has consistently become more and more violent. This is based on the concept of the Islamic revolution, after the victory of which in February 1979, the regime of an Islamic republic was established in Iran. Having proclaimed the idea of ​​exporting the Islamic revolution as a fundamental one, at the first stage - to the vastness of the Middle East region, the Iranian clerical leadership naturally began to view Israel, which lies at the heart of the Islamic world, as the most important obstacle on this path. The founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, defined the task of combating it as "the liberation of Jerusalem," at the same time Khomeini positioned Iran as the leader of Islam and the entire Islamic world.
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  21. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
    Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 13 March 2014 18: 56
    +3
    "The Israeli Air Force attacked 29 terrorist sites in the Gaza Strip in response to a powerful rocket attack from the Islamic Jihad," wrote Gendelman in a microblog on Twitter. Two more targets in the Gaza Strip were shot at earlier.
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised to "with all his might" respond to the violation of the ceasefire, and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman called on local television to "re-occupy" the Gaza Strip, from where the Israelis left in 2005. "
    Rather than argue about the merits and demerits of the "iron dome", pay attention to the fact that Israel NEVER lets down its offenders and responds with a blow much more powerful, regardless of the fact that someone will blame them for the disproportionate use of force. We have long had to take as a model both this practice and the practice of Israel's special services to find and destroy our enemies, wherever they are.
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 13 March 2014 19: 27
      +3
      Well, the Jews were beaten too long (especially the last couple of thousand years) and it hurt. So they learned 2 simple truths.
      1. If you yourself do not care about your protection, no one else will care.
      2. You need to respond to a blow with a blow, but rather with a few.
      So, for some time now, the Arabs, when they get horny, rake "for themselves and for that guy", including what was deservedly due to Hitler. However, the Arabs are not so innocent sheep, including in the story with Hitler. The photo shows the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al-Husseini in a very remarkable company.
      supreme mufti of Jerusalem Hajj Amin al-Husseini with Hitler
      .
      Yes, by the way, the maiden name of the mother of a certain Yasser Arafat is also al-Husseini. What is called an apple from an apple tree.
  22. Lone gunman
    Lone gunman 13 March 2014 19: 02
    -1
    The iron dome is certainly good, but in Israel there are 0 injured, the gas sector is probably not 0 injured, although they themselves are to blame ... in principle, I am for peace - Israel also needs peace for the Palestinians, but there’s one problem ... territory, to Moses and Egypt where did you live? There is only one way out or you recognize all Palestinians as Jews or Palestinians recognize yourself as Jews, you are one people ...
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 13 March 2014 19: 40
      +3
      Quote: Lone gunman
      One way out or you recognize all Palestinians as Jews or Palestinians recognize themselves as Jews, you are one people ..
      They were never one people. Jews descended from Isaac, the son of Abram and his lawful wife Sarah. And the Arabs, if they are to be believed, descended from Ishmael. Also the son of allegedly Abram, but illegitimate, from a servant. There was in the old days such a legal term "illegitimate" - so this is about such. It is not for nothing that Jewishness is passed down through the mother, because who else besides Abram had this servant, history is silent about that, and then they did not know how to do DNA analysis.
      1. Lone gunman
        Lone gunman 14 March 2014 15: 35
        0
        Yes, you laugh, there is only one sperm, that means that there is only one people, do you think Sarah had only Abram? ETOGES dark ages, how can you say ??? Take the DNA of two peoples, they are all brothers ...
  23. Karabin
    Karabin 13 March 2014 20: 09
    +3
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised "with all his might" to respond to a ceasefire violation, while Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on local television called for "re-occupation" of the Gaza Strip

    And note, no lamentation about the violated norms of law, no whining, no excuses, no complaints about the hostile backstage. Stupid - get it.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 13 March 2014 20: 25
      +1
      Quote: Karabin
      And note, no lamentation about the violated norms of law, no whining, no excuses, no complaints about the hostile backstage.


      You are mistaken
  24. Krogan_Urdnot
    Krogan_Urdnot 13 March 2014 20: 13
    +3
    Reminded of a joke: This morning, Arab teenagers stoned an army jeep ... 20 terrorists were killed by the return fire of the Tsahal ... laughing If only they would calm down, otherwise it’s not a desire to go to a showdown in Gaza (
    1. uhu189
      uhu189 13 March 2014 21: 33
      0
      Duc, and the good of such campaigns - will subside for half a year, then again attacks on patrols, shelling, etc. will begin. There is a lot of gas, a lot is needed for the occupation of troops ... Maybe it makes sense for Israel to try to start a dialogue with Iran, since there is no more power in Ahmadinijat? You look and the shelling will stop ...
      1. And Us Rat
        And Us Rat 13 March 2014 23: 39
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        Quote: uhu189
        Duc, and the good of such campaigns - will subside for half a year, then again attacks on patrols, shelling, etc. will begin. There is a lot of gas, a lot is needed for the occupation of troops ... Maybe it makes sense for Israel to try to start a dialogue with Iran, since there is no more power in Ahmadinijat? You look and the shelling will stop ...

        Hinted a couple of times, Iran doesn’t want to speak with us, they want us to die - everything, from small to large.
        Of course it sounds absurd, wild and surrealistic ... but this is a sad fact, and it makes no sense to argue against the facts.
      2. Pimply
        Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 51
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        Quote: uhu189
        Duc, and the good of such campaigns - will subside for half a year, then again attacks on patrols, shelling, etc. will begin. There is a lot of gas, a lot is needed for the occupation of troops ... Maybe it makes sense for Israel to try to start a dialogue with Iran, since there is no more power in Ahmadinijat? You look and the shelling will stop ...

        a) Ahmadinajad - a person of secondary importance. All management is carried out by Khomeini. It's like Putin and Medvedev, de facto.
        b) Iran clearly and consistently opposes the establishment of any relations with Israel. You do not know?
        1. uhu189
          uhu189 14 March 2014 08: 31
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          Well, now is not the 80 years, when the ayatollah was a god, the generation still changed, and judging by the actions of Iran, there are still shifts. And Iran also clearly opposed the establishment of relations with the United States, and nevertheless, the dialogue began. Everything changes ... In the light of the confrontation with Saudi Arabia, maybe their position will change. It is unlikely that Iran needs a war now, they have other tasks
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 14 March 2014 11: 51
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            Quote: uhu189
            And Iran also clearly opposed the establishment of relations with the United States, and nevertheless, the dialogue began.

            The dialogue began because they shut off oxygen. And it all the same began on the terms of Iran
  25. Lvovich
    Lvovich 13 March 2014 23: 39
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    And what’s interesting is that no European mongrel blathers about bloodthirsty Jews. Probably the firmware of the blather is wrong. wink
    1. Pimply
      Pimply 14 March 2014 00: 52
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      Quote: Lvovich
      And what’s interesting is that no European mongrel blathers about bloodthirsty Jews. Probably the firmware of the blather is wrong.

      Are you kidding me? Blather and constantly. Boycotts organize against the evil Israeli military, demonstrations and so on. Do not live illusions.