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Israel strikes Gaza Strip

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Israel strikes Gaza Strip



The Israeli Air Force aircraft struck on Gaza on Monday, the Israeli military command told reporters. INTERFAX.

The military explained that they had fired on the alleged positions of the militants in response to the rocket attack on Israeli territory earlier on Monday from the Gaza Strip.

The Interior Ministry’s Gaza Strip said that one of the blows was to the object of the Palestinian security services, and one person was injured.

Two more blows, according to the Palestinian side, fell on areas in which there were no armed people.
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  1. Sid.74
    Sid.74 April 21 2014 17: 03
    +3
    Israeli Air Force strikes in Gaza on Monday

    Shaw, again? A week or two ago they spoke of a truce!
    1. Little Muck
      Little Muck April 21 2014 17: 09
      +5
      Quote: Sid.74
      From a week or two ago they spoke of a truce!

      Everything is in a permanent state.
      This is how they train each other. And for one they run themselves in good shape.
      Remember the proverb about not relaxing? How can it all end? laughing laughing wassat
      1. Luzhichanin
        Luzhichanin April 21 2014 17: 13
        +2
        that no, vis sho, it is our kosher "friends" who are clearing the area for the construction of new Jewish settlements. It's okay that there seem to be Arabs living there. bang bang the place is clean.
        1. atalef
          atalef April 21 2014 20: 00
          +3
          Quote: Luzhichanin
          that no, vis sho, it's our kosher "friends" who are clearing the area for the construction of new Jewish settlements

          In Gaza fool
          1. Luzhichanin
            Luzhichanin April 22 2014 09: 59
            +2
            Thank you, I also set a minus for you, for the ability to perceive irony sensibly
    2. Civil
      Civil April 21 2014 19: 41
      -2
      These are democratic bombs! Do not dare to arise!
    3. atalef
      atalef April 21 2014 20: 02
      +3
      Quote: Sid.74
      Shaw, again? A week or two ago they spoke of a truce!

      This was not said about the ceasefire between Hamas and Fatah - (Gaza and the Zap. Coast) - they seem to want to begin to implement the ceasefire agreement they signed in Cairo in 2005 laughing
      Enough rotting each other. Brothers like laughing
  2. Bosk
    Bosk April 21 2014 17: 05
    +18
    It’s good to be a Jew, in which case you can bomb the alleged enemy to hell and you don’t have any tantrums, warnings, sanctions ... can you offer Israel to organize a federation with Russia? ... and what ... any hijacking means anti-Semitism, and that’s not welcome kind of like what
    1. Predator
      Predator April 21 2014 17: 28
      +2
      And we will bomb everyone .... and the USA!
    2. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 25
      +4
      Quote: Bosk
      It’s good to be a Jew, in which case you can bomb to hell with the alleged enemy and no tantrums, warnings, sanctions ...

      You are new to the situation. Israel leads in the number of resolutions against it
      1. Bosk
        Bosk April 21 2014 19: 45
        0
        The resolution, as I understand it, is when representatives of some countries gather and sign a document on their attitude about any actions of a certain country?
        1. Pimply
          Pimply April 21 2014 19: 58
          +2
          Quote: Bosk
          The resolution, as I understand it, is when representatives of some countries gather and sign a document on their attitude about any actions of a certain country?

          Oh, all sorts of committees, a ban on the sale of products to certain countries, boycotts of academic institutions, and other-other-other.
          For example, there is the UN Commission on Human Rights. The commission has often been criticized for its prejudice against Israel. In 2001, Anne Baefsky, a human rights professor of international law at York University Toronto, wrote that “Commissioners try to avoid direct criticism of states with human rights concerns, often focusing on Israel, the country, which, according to an analysis of cumulative violations, the Commission spent 30 per cent of its time over 15 years, and for which one third of all country-specific resolutions were drawn up.
      2. 0255
        0255 April 21 2014 19: 57
        +4
        Quote: Pimply

        You are new to the situation. Israel leads in the number of resolutions against it

        ... and continues to bomb anyone he wants, despite the resolutions. And the states do not oppose, but always make the USSR or Russia the aggressor.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply April 21 2014 20: 22
          0
          Quote: 0255
          ... and continues to bomb anyone he wants, despite the resolutions. And the states do not oppose, but always make the USSR or Russia the aggressor.

          Because both the USSR and Russia often acted as aggressors, it’s time for you to get used to it somehow. When the Second Chechen began, there were no special questions, for example, because there was a direct attack.
          Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Afghanistan - everywhere in these countries the USSR pursued its own interests, which is normal for world politics. But unequivocally acted as an aggressor.
          And you want to say that Russia does not act as an aggressor? Performs. Hard and selfish, which is quite the norm. It’s not a norm that pieces of land are actually being chopped off for themselves, and an empire is being restored, which is very nervously perceived by neighbors who remember that the last chopping-off of land in Europe ended in World War II.

          Israel is bombing despite the resolutions, because it has the strength and influence to resist these resolutions for some time. But, for example, the Second Lebanese ended much earlier and did not achieve all the goals, because Israel was under tremendous pressure. Or doomsday war.
  3. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 April 21 2014 17: 07
    +6
    A brief history of the conflict ...
    1. SS68SS
      SS68SS April 21 2014 17: 15
      +3
      The land of eternal war ....
    2. The comment was deleted.
  4. mig31
    mig31 April 21 2014 17: 10
    +6
    They shoot at whom they want, bomb wherever they like, God’s chosen nation ?, Maybe someone knows what INTERNATIONAL LAW ???
    1. tennis
      tennis April 21 2014 17: 35
      +1
      Quote: mig31
      They shoot at whom they want, bomb wherever they like, God’s chosen nation ?, Maybe someone knows what INTERNATIONAL LAW ???


      Yes, they wanted to spit on international law, like their state roofs. At least try to offend their interests with a edge, howls will rise on a cosmic scale and blow bubbles until they turn blue. They have their own rights - to do whatever they like knowing that they will not receive change.
    2. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 26
      +2
      Quote: mig31
      They shoot at whom they want, bomb wherever they like, God’s chosen nation ?, Maybe someone knows what INTERNATIONAL LAW ???

      And you, in principle, are aware of what international law is, what is its jurisdiction, and what does it imply in this case? Or are you stumbling on the word JEWS? 8)
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat April 22 2014 05: 00
      +2
      Quote: mig31
      They shoot at whom they want, bomb wherever they like, God’s chosen nation ?, Maybe someone knows what INTERNATIONAL LAW ???

      International law is the right of a sovereign country to protect its borders and its citizens from military aggression.

      I will explain on the fingers. There was rocket fire - this is a military attack and violation of sovereignty, military resistance to attack - not just a legitimate, but a natural reaction of any normal state.

      If tomorrow, for example, from the territory of Georgia, a Russian city is fired by rockets, will you tearfully ask them to stop? Or all the same smack them snot?

      Or did you learn double standards from YUSAvtsev?
  5. stas11830
    stas11830 April 21 2014 17: 11
    0
    Yes, that would be good for us in Ukraine!
    1. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 27
      -1
      Quote: stas11830
      Yes, that would be good for us in Ukraine!

      Ukraine bombing Russia?
      1. supertiger21
        supertiger21 April 21 2014 19: 55
        +1
        Quote: Pimply
        Ukraine bombing Russia?


        Don’t bomb! But she doesn’t mind bombing the Russian-speaking population of Donbass, which Russia is against.
        1. Pimply
          Pimply April 21 2014 20: 28
          0
          Quote: supertiger21
          Don’t bomb! But she doesn’t mind bombing the Russian-speaking population of Donbass, which Russia is against.

          Well then, this is interference in the affairs of another state. Imagine the intervention of NATO in the situation in, say, Chechnya or elsewhere in the Caucasus. Under the slogans of oppression of the Muslim population. Just what Lavrov often repeats 8)))

          I will tell you so. Do not repeat the stamps. It’s just that Russia has its own interests in Ukraine - and this is normal. The question is that Russia, unlike NATO, is not a union of states, but one country. And democracy in Russia smells extremely weakly - therefore, the sowing and legitimacy of Russia's actions is extremely problematic. A country that de facto does not have real allies with an extremely problematic economy. Now the problems of the economy are being solved by redirecting the vectors of interest to external aggression. That's all. Well, maybe some other messianic themes by Vladimir Vladimirovich. They were similar to George Djordjevic. Fine.
          1. 0255
            0255 April 21 2014 23: 00
            +1
            Quote: Pimply
            Imagine the intervention of NATO in the situation in, say, Chechnya or elsewhere in the Caucasus. Under the slogans of oppression of the Muslim population. Just what Lavrov often repeats 8)))

            NATO instructors trained Wahhabis for a war with the Russian army. So NATO intervened in the conflicts in the Caucasus, not directly.

            I will tell you so. Do not repeat the stamps. It’s just that Russia has its own interests in Ukraine - and this is normal.

            Do you allow Russia to have its own interests? Homeland will not forget you)))
            The question is that Russia, unlike NATO, is not a union of states, but one country. And democracy in Russia smells extremely weakly - therefore, the sowing and legitimacy of Russia's actions is extremely problematic. A country that de facto does not have real allies with an extremely problematic economy. Now the problems of the economy are being solved by redirecting the vectors of interest to external aggression. That's all. Well, maybe some other messianic themes by Vladimir Vladimirovich. They were similar to George Djordjevic. Fine.

            We already understood your theory - the gang of aggressors is legitimate, only barbaric Russia has no rights to anything fool Russia has always had 2 allies - the army and navy, at all times. Under any authority, the West will always pour mud on Russia.
            With regard to democracy in the United States, there you can be imprisoned for an indefinite period of time and tortured for "suspicion of terrorism", here is democracy as much as *****.
  6. Wiruz
    Wiruz April 21 2014 17: 16
    +2
    How infuriating this de facto US state is.
    1. Professor
      Professor April 21 2014 18: 50
      +4
      Quote: Wiruz
      How infuriating this de facto US state is.

      So the Zionists are on the right path once you are enraged. good
      1. Wiruz
        Wiruz April 21 2014 19: 22
        +1
        I’m dumbing a little here, I’m not catching up a little. I’m worth it to you to be a naughty person, or to remain silent condescendingly, because Is your people subjected to persecution all your life? hi
        1. Professor
          Professor April 21 2014 19: 33
          +4
          Quote: Wiruz
          I’m worth it to you now, or to keep silent indulgently,

          When infuriating, take sedative tablets, preferably Western-made.
          1. supertiger21
            supertiger21 April 21 2014 19: 59
            +2
            Quote: Professor
            When infuriating, take sedative tablets, preferably Western-made.


            Professor - I finally made sure that you are a Western agent laughing .Tk you have the same double standards.
            1) This means that when Assad's "evil deeds" rot, you are always above everyone else.
            2) And how Israel will eliminate someone-so not just do not blame but praise.
            Double standards - oh, how bad this professor is, very bad ... stop
            1. Professor
              Professor April 21 2014 20: 14
              +2
              Quote: supertiger21
              Professor - I finally made sure that you are a Western agent

              I work for 3 intelligence ... soldier

              Quote: supertiger21
              1) So, when Assad's "evil deeds" fester - so you are always above all

              Evil deeds in quotation marks? Well, of course, Assad he is like the mother of Teresa and he has nothing to do with 120000 dead Syrians. wassat

              Quote: supertiger21

              2) And how Israel will eliminate someone-so do not just do not blame but praise

              Talk about this when Israel uses WMD
            2. Pimply
              Pimply April 21 2014 20: 29
              +2
              Quote: supertiger21
              Professor - I finally made sure that you are a Western agent .Т.к. you have the same double standards.
              1) This means that when Assad's "evil deeds" rot, you are always above everyone else.
              2) And how Israel will eliminate someone-so not just do not blame but praise.
              Double standards - oh, how bad this professor is, very bad ...

              Of course the agent. On the forum. 8)

              Global standards live and breathe double standards.
    2. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 28
      0
      Quote: Wiruz
      How infuriating this de facto US state is.

      You are a fool. You are poorly versed in the situation and say nonsense. You might as well have called Russia the US state.
  7. bronik
    bronik April 21 2014 17: 25
    +11
    If a neighbor throws stones at my garden, it’s quite fair to kick his ears. Or should I turn the other cheek?
  8. dzau
    dzau April 21 2014 17: 30
    +3
    Quote: Wiruz
    How infuriating this de facto US state is.

    Nothing. States are gradually blown away. Without their roof there will soon be a circus more fun than in Syria and Iraq.

    There is an opinion who will invest in the infrastructure projects of the Jewish Autonomous Region on time, can rise well in the future.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 29
      +2
      Quote: dzau
      Nothing. States are gradually blown away. Without their roof there will soon be a circus more fun than in Syria and Iraq.

      If you do not know, more or less the USA began to cooperate with Israel only in the 1969 year. And then - their help on some issues sharply limited actions on others.
    2. atalef
      atalef April 21 2014 19: 54
      +3
      Quote: dzau
      Nothing. States are gradually blown away. Without their roof there will soon be a circus more fun than in Syria and Iraq.

      Wait and see. For us, the States have never fought, and not a single American soldier has died in the Israeli wars. which cannot be said of the Arab armies and the hundreds and a half of those killed from a country that has no analogues in the world. And nothing. managed

      Quote: dzau
      There is an opinion who will invest in the infrastructure projects of the Jewish Autonomous Region on time, may well rise in the future

      Raise yourself. !!!!!!!!!
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat April 22 2014 05: 09
      +1
      Quote: dzau
      Quote: Wiruz
      How infuriating this de facto US state is.

      Nothing. States are gradually blown away. Without their roof there will soon be a circus more fun than in Syria and Iraq.

      There is an opinion who will invest in the infrastructure projects of the Jewish Autonomous Region on time, can rise well in the future.


      I advise you to google "China's investment in the Israeli economy," but I advise you to hold on tightly to the chair. Against their background, YSAV's "roof" silently fades lol
  9. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 April 21 2014 17: 30
    +1
    YES in ISRAEL every third of ours. And the USA NOW THROW THEM, THERE AND IT IS NECESSARY FOR THEM to explain that it is necessary to support RUSSIA. For the United States, it will be a blow under the breath. good
  10. supertiger21
    supertiger21 April 21 2014 17: 36
    +2
    Have already put on these games of the leadership of Israel negative .It is Israel that is one of the main supporters and perpetrators of instability in the Middle East.
    1. their
      their April 21 2014 19: 27
      +2
      Quote: supertiger21
      Have already put on these games of the leadership of Israel negative .It is Israel that is one of the main supporters and perpetrators of instability in the Middle East.


      With the advent of Zionism in 1948 and the Palestinian genocide in their native land - Israel is the main culprit, who will sooner or later be convicted on the next Nuremberg, from the first they fled safely to Israel
      1. Pimply
        Pimply April 21 2014 19: 43
        0
        Quote: sus

        With the advent of Zionism in 1948 and the Palestinian genocide in their native land - Israel is the main culprit, who will sooner or later be convicted on the next Nuremberg, from the first they fled safely to Israel

        You, apparently, are not familiar with the definition of the term genocide. As with the lack of nationality, the Palestinians until the 1948 year. However, now, in principle, as a nationality, they have formed. Somewhere in the years 70 of the last century. In general, about the root land and much more - also bravo. I have always been touched by ignoramuses - in their ignorance vehemently waving the flags of their ignorance.
        800 Thousands Killed in Rwanda's Genocide
        Maybe you are aware of the expulsion of Jews from Arab countries and their genocide? Or are you obviously not aware of the explicit recognition by the Arabs of the recognition of Israel and the promise of the extermination of the Jews?
        1. their
          their April 21 2014 19: 49
          +3
          Quote: Pimply
          Quote: sus

          With the advent of Zionism in 1948 and the Palestinian genocide in their native land - Israel is the main culprit, who will sooner or later be convicted on the next Nuremberg, from the first they fled safely to Israel

          You, apparently, are not familiar with the definition of the term genocide. As with the lack of nationality, the Palestinians until the 1948 year. However, now, in principle, as a nationality, they have formed. Somewhere in the years 70 of the last century. In general, about the root land and much more - also bravo. I have always been touched by ignoramuses - in their ignorance vehemently waving the flags of their ignorance.
          800 Thousands Killed in Rwanda's Genocide
          Maybe you are aware of the expulsion of Jews from Arab countries and their genocide? Or are you obviously not aware of the explicit recognition by the Arabs of the recognition of Israel and the promise of the extermination of the Jews?


          Keep up to date with all your crimes committed in Palestine. The massacre in Sabra and Shatila to today's Syria, where you are on the side of the militants.

          By the way, why do you live in Russia? Your Israeli warriors fought against Russia in 2008 for Georgia, training the army and supplying weapons, and you checked in Chechnya, and now your Israeli citizens Kolomoisky, Korban, Filatov create fascist punitive detachments for Russian citizens with St. George’s ribbon.

          Do you understand that yours are already openly fighting the Russians? Do you support them too?
          1. Pimply
            Pimply April 21 2014 20: 04
            0
            Quote: sus
            Keep up to date with all your crimes committed in Palestine. The massacre in Sabra and Shatila to today's Syria, where you are on the side of the militants.

            Can you somehow concretize?

            You somehow remembered the massacre in Sabra and Shatila, but for some reason you do not remember the massacre in Sudan or in Syria. Do not you remember that the Lebanese Christian police massacre in response to a similar massacre a little earlier. You don’t remember that after the investigation many people from high posts flew for shortsightedness.

            Quote: sus
            By the way, why do you live in Russia? Your Israeli warriors fought against Russia in 2008 for Georgia, training the army and supplying weapons, and you checked in Chechnya, and now your Israeli citizens Kolomoisky, Korban, Filatov create fascist punitive detachments for Russian citizens with St. George’s ribbon.

            I live in the Russian Federation because I am a citizen of the Russian Federation. Does it bother you? Kill your forehead against the wall.
            You are not embarrassed by the participation of Soviet military advisers in the wars against Israel, but it is embarrassing that of the 30 countries that supplied Georgia with weapons and trained its soldiers before the conflict (and the only one to stop these deliveries at the request of Russia) was Israel. You have a strange memory, selective. Like this wonderful tantrum 8)))
            1. atalef
              atalef April 21 2014 20: 16
              0
              Quote: Pimply
              you don’t remember that the massacre was carried out by the Christian police of Lebanon

              Well, how do you remember that the Muslim Christians slaughtered, though in response to the massacre of Christians by Muslims.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply April 21 2014 20: 33
                0
                Quote: atalef
                Well, how do you remember that the Muslim Christians slaughtered, though in response to the massacre of Christians by Muslims.

                I remember.
                1. Kassandra
                  Kassandra April 21 2014 22: 31
                  -2
                  and some people simply missed them there, and then stood and looked.
                  themselves, by the way, also participated.
          2. atalef
            atalef April 21 2014 20: 14
            +1
            Quote: sus
            and now your Israeli citizens Kolomoisky, Korban, Filatov create fascist punitive detachments for Russian citizens with a St. George ribbon.

            Yes, and Putin’s friend is also building a villa in Caesarea. You do not understand these Jews. That is for Putin. then against
            The villa, built by Russian oligarch Valery Kogan, will be the most expensive house in Israel: real estate experts believe that such a project will cost $ 100 million. To clear the area under its construction, it took to buy and then demolish seven neighboring villas.
    2. atalef
      atalef April 21 2014 19: 52
      +1
      Quote: supertiger21
      They have already put on these games by the Israeli leadership. It is Israel that is one of the main supporters and perpetrators of instability in the Middle East.

      And who is the guarantor of stability? So name the country.
      1. supertiger21
        supertiger21 April 21 2014 20: 09
        +1
        Quote: atalef
        And who is the guarantor of stability?


        That's exactly NIKTO.And the main guarantor of instability in the Middle East is without a doubt the three states: the USA, Great Britain and Israel. However, the Israelis support the separatists outside the Middle East as well. The Israelis were one of the main suppliers of weapons for Saakashvili before the events of 08.08.08 No.

        Quote: atalef
        So name the country.


        You will of course forgive me Dear, but individuals with a different political orientation (that is, support for crap), I prefer to discuss "you".
        1. atalef
          atalef April 21 2014 20: 19
          +1
          Quote: supertiger21
          : USA, UK and Israel

          Well, the UK is not to the village, but here is the place of France where?


          Quote: supertiger21
          However, the Israelis support the separatists beyond the Middle East.

          In which country ?

          Quote: supertiger21
          After all, the Israelis were one of the main suppliers of weapons for Saakashvili before the events of 08.08.08/XNUMX/XNUMX

          as well as another 70 countries of the world including the Russian Federation


          Quote: supertiger21
          You will of course forgive me Dear, but individuals with a different political orientation (that is, support for crap), I prefer to discuss "you".

          What is your political orientation? if not a secret.
        2. Pimply
          Pimply April 21 2014 20: 31
          +1
          Quote: supertiger21
          That's exactly NIKTO.A main guarantee of instability in the Middle East is without a doubt the three states: the USA, Great Britain and Israel.

          Definitely. Israel started the Iran-Iraq war. Or the Libyan-Egyptian. Definitely let’s say Israel launched a civil war in Yemen. The conflict in Algeria. Military operations in Western Sahara. The split of Sudan 8)))
          1. supertiger21
            supertiger21 April 21 2014 22: 00
            +2
            Quote: Pimply
            Definitely. Israel started the Iran-Iraq war. Or the Libyan-Egyptian. Definitely let’s say Israel launched a civil war in Yemen. The conflict in Algeria. Military operations in Western Sahara. The split of Sudan 8)))


            Of course, there was no direct participation, BUT! Israel always benefited from the weakened position of the Arab countries, and he always took the power to pit them together. As now Israel is trying to destroy Syria with the wrong hands.
            1. O. BENDER
              O. BENDER April 22 2014 03: 07
              +2
              Quote: supertiger21
              Quote: Pimply
              Definitely. Israel started the Iran-Iraq war. Or the Libyan-Egyptian. Definitely let’s say Israel launched a civil war in Yemen. The conflict in Algeria. Military operations in Western Sahara. The split of Sudan 8)))


              Of course, there was no direct participation, BUT! Israel always benefited from the weakened position of the Arab countries, and he always took the power to pit them together. As now Israel is trying to destroy Syria with the wrong hands.

              Definitely you are right. I completely share your position. hi
        3. Kassandra
          Kassandra April 21 2014 22: 32
          +2
          Britain there neither ear nor snout. in the middle east if only.
    3. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat April 22 2014 05: 13
      +1
      Quote: supertiger21
      Have already put on these games of the leadership of Israel negative .It is Israel that is one of the main supporters and perpetrators of instability in the Middle East.

      Yeah ... "You are to blame for the fact that I want to eat ..." ... Bgggg wassat
  11. Prinse
    Prinse April 21 2014 17: 37
    0
    And all eyes are closing on it! The disgrace of the UN. Syria is being bombed as much already and this is the opposition, and here are the terrorists! It is necessary even in Saxony to arrange such an opposition; let them try on themselves *****
    1. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 30
      +4
      Quote: Prinse
      And all eyes are closing on it! The disgrace of the UN. Syria is being bombed as much already and this is the opposition, and here are the terrorists! It is necessary even in Saxony to arrange such an opposition; let them try on themselves *****


      Are you about turning a blind eye to rocket attacks on Israeli territory?
  12. combat66
    combat66 April 21 2014 17: 43
    +2
    Here are kashirnye ... All the time the Arabs are reminded of themselves. And no one in the world already squeals that the aggressor. Russia needs to learn from experience, so once a month the racket to the right, to the left .... You look and become a habit, the voice of the mattresses is hoarse and sprats with panes do not relax. wassat
    1. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 19: 31
      +1
      Quote: combat66
      .And no one in the world already squeals that the aggressor

      Constantly squealing. Israel is dedicated to a huge number of resolutions, decisions and requirements. Disproportionately large. At times more than Syria, Sudan and a bunch of other countries.
      1. 0255
        0255 April 21 2014 20: 15
        -1
        Quote: Pimply
        Quote: combat66
        .And no one in the world already squeals that the aggressor

        Constantly squealing. Israel is dedicated to a huge number of resolutions, decisions and requirements. Disproportionately large. At times more than Syria, Sudan and a bunch of other countries.

        The USSR issued a good resolution to Israel in 1956 - threatened with missiles that even the states gave the Israeli government a command to lag behind Egypt
        1. Pimply
          Pimply April 21 2014 20: 34
          0
          Quote: 0255
          The USSR issued a good resolution to Israel in 1956 - threatened with missiles that even the states gave the Israeli government a command to lag behind Egypt

          Yeah. What missiles do you not say?
          1. atalef
            atalef April 21 2014 20: 56
            0
            Quote: Pimply
            Yeah. What missiles do you not say?

            in 1956? Tennis rackets probably. Comrade is confused in dates. events and places.
            Easter - you can understand.
          2. 0255
            0255 April 21 2014 20: 57
            +1
            Quote: Pimply
            Quote: 0255
            The USSR issued a good resolution to Israel in 1956 - threatened with missiles that even the states gave the Israeli government a command to lag behind Egypt

            Yeah. What missiles do you not say?

            Not interested in which ones. But the fact is that the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR N.A. Bulgarin threatened to use rockets against aggressors. Will you demand proof as your ideological comrade Professor demanded before adding me to the black list?
            1. Pimply
              Pimply April 21 2014 22: 10
              +1
              Quote: 0255
              But the fact is that the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR N.A. Bulgarin threatened to use rockets against aggressors.

              Nikita Sergeevich also threatened. BUT - at that time there were problems with delivery vehicles. They decided much later.
              1. Kassandra
                Kassandra April 21 2014 22: 34
                +1
                Yes, there were no problems. and how long. otherwise I would not have threatened
                1. Pimply
                  Pimply April 21 2014 23: 01
                  -2
                  Quote: Kassandra
                  Yes, there were no problems. and how long. otherwise I would not have threatened

                  Oh oh
            2. atalef
              atalef April 22 2014 23: 30
              -2
              [quote = 0255] [quote = Pupyrchaty] [quote = 0255] The USSR issued a good resolution to Israel in 1956 - it threatened with missiles that even the states gave the command to the Israeli government to keep up with Egypt [/ quote]
              Yeah. What rockets do not you say? [/ Quote]
              [quote] But the fact is that the chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR N.A. Bulgarin threatened [/ quote]
              Is Bulgarin from Bulgaria? Or maybe some nugut Tugarin (snake)
              The fact is that with both rockets and the name of Bulganin you smoked bamboo
    2. atalef
      atalef April 21 2014 19: 51
      0
      Quote: combat66
      Here are the cashmere ...

      belay This is from Kashira. whether ?
  13. mr_Doom
    mr_Doom April 21 2014 17: 50
    +6
    WAHAHA! Israel is one of the main supporters and culprits
    instability in the Middle East. '' - I like these formulations)) they say:
    Dude, you bother me living!
    -than?
    -your judgment!
    All Israel exists and the chatter about its `` falsity / artificiality '' is too small, 60 years late, the chatter about its territory is comparable to the chatter it is not in our Crimea, but with one correction, the lands of Israel were conquered in defensive wars. Well, now you need to live)) People who explode in buses are true patriots and fighters for the land of their ancestors, and people who defend against them are bloody murderers, eh))
  14. jigalovd
    jigalovd April 21 2014 17: 53
    +6
    If the Arabs wanted peace, it would have come a long time ago.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 April 21 2014 18: 29
      +5
      And how should they achieve it? Bend down and push your buttocks apart? Or quickly go to a better world, to the guria? Free the illegally seized territories, give the Arabs the right to establish an independent Palestinian state, and peace will prevail there. But it seems unprofitable for the Jews themselves, since being in a state of constant conflict, the Jews have a constant external enemy, and if it disappears, then with your national characteristics you will bite each other. So this enemy is beneficial to you - it does not pose a real threat, and at the same time consolidates the people. hi
      1. jigalovd
        jigalovd April 21 2014 18: 47
        +2
        As mentioned above, these territories were occupied as a result of a defensive war, and you won’t believe it, but during those wars, the entire Sinai Peninsula was occupied by Israel, and then returned back, populate - I don’t want to ...
        This is very beneficial for us, we really want a state for the Palestinians, it is in our interests, since after that we will cease to provide the Palestinians with energy and water for free and in the event of the shelling of Israeli territory we will be able to respond with all adequacy, because this will be regarded as aggression against us by another states ... the so-called "Palestinians" are afraid of this, they will also postpone the creation of their state, because after its creation, they will no longer be sponsored ... well, lastly, they simply deny us the right to their state and existence.
        1. their
          their April 21 2014 19: 43
          +1
          Quote: jigalovd
          As mentioned above, these territories were occupied as a result of a defensive war, and you won’t believe it, but during those wars, the entire Sinai Peninsula was occupied by Israel, and then returned back, populate - I don’t want to ...
          This is very beneficial for us, we really want a state for the Palestinians, it is in our interests, since after that we will cease to provide the Palestinians with energy and water for free and in the event of the shelling of Israeli territory we will be able to respond with all adequacy, because this will be regarded as aggression against us by another states ... the so-called "Palestinians" are afraid of this, they will also postpone the creation of their state, because after its creation, they will no longer be sponsored ... well, lastly, they simply deny us the right to their state and existence.


          Why do Israeli citizens support Bandera in Ukraine and carried out a fascist coup killing Ukrainians? What is your land there?

          The first question of the future of Nuremberg.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply April 21 2014 20: 07
            +1
            Quote: sus
            Why do Israeli citizens support Bandera in Ukraine and carried out a fascist coup killing Ukrainians? What is your land there?

            Because Israeli citizens have different opinions. Someone supports, some vice versa. Do you know the opinions of all Israeli citizens? It's amazing what kind of telepath you are. I am familiar with many different ones. But now you give out your own value judgment based on your own xenophobia as an absolute fact.
            1. their
              their April 21 2014 20: 15
              +1
              Quote: Pimply
              Quote: sus
              Why do Israeli citizens support Bandera in Ukraine and carried out a fascist coup killing Ukrainians? What is your land there?

              Because Israeli citizens have different opinions. Someone supports, some vice versa. Do you know the opinions of all Israeli citizens? It's amazing what kind of telepath you are. I am familiar with many different ones. But now you give out your own value judgment based on your own xenophobia as an absolute fact.


              I read your media in Russian and English every day, and I know whom you support, and the official position of many Israeli media outlets is pro-Western anti-Russian, even among leftists. Not to mention your commentators for shekels swear at Russia, and of course Russophobic memes are present in abundance "Putler, Rashists, Colorada"

              I found a lot of interesting things, by the way, I think this will be interesting to some authorities in Russia.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply April 21 2014 20: 35
                -1
                Quote: sus
                I read your media in Russian and English every day, and I know whom you support, and the official position of many Israeli media outlets is pro-Western anti-Russian, even among leftists. Not to mention your commentators for shekels swear at Russia, and of course Russophobic memes are present in abundance "Putler, Rashists, Colorada"

                I doubt that you read something daily. Excuse me. Judging by the illiteracy of the statements - I seriously doubt it 8)
          2. jigalovd
            jigalovd April 21 2014 20: 17
            +4
            I am a citizen of Israel and categorically do not support the junta and the Maidan, I will say more, I despise the local oligarchs of Jewish origin for their actions, and categorically support the anti-revolution in the Southeast, the return of Crimea and Russia's actions towards Ukraine, the United States, and Europe.
            1. their
              their April 21 2014 20: 21
              +2
              Quote: jigalovd
              I am a citizen of Israel and categorically do not support the junta and the Maidan, I will say more, I despise the local oligarchs of Jewish origin for their actions, and categorically support the anti-revolution in the Southeast, the return of Crimea and Russia's actions towards Ukraine, the United States, and Europe.


              You are certainly well done, but in my personal opinion in Israel with this position you are in the minority (from your well-known media a different impression is created)
              1. jigalovd
                jigalovd April 21 2014 20: 32
                +3
                To be honest, I was not specifically interested in the attitude of different people towards the situation in Ukraine, but in my family the majority of my friends are against the junta.

                as for the media, you can write anything for money.

                By the way, Israel was not at the UN vote in Ukraine because of the strike of the Foreign Ministry, but something tells me that this strike was organized just because it wouldn’t vote against Russia on this issue

                Unfortunately, over the years, Israel has become very dependent on the United States, but as I see it, it has begun to change.
          3. zaazua
            zaazua April 21 2014 22: 52
            +1
            Why do Israeli citizens support Bandera in Ukraine and carried out a fascist coup killing Ukrainians?

            -And I also scratch ???
          4. Turkestan
            Turkestan April 22 2014 00: 05
            0
            Well, that is not so. Read as information http://echo.msk.ru/blog/andrei_skvortsov/1221185-echo/
            http://news.israelinfo.ru/tribune/51096
      2. their
        their April 21 2014 19: 30
        0
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        And how should they achieve it? Bend down and push your buttocks apart? Or quickly go to a better world, to the guria? Free the illegally seized territories, give the Arabs the right to establish an independent Palestinian state, and peace will prevail there. But it seems unprofitable for the Jews themselves, since being in a state of constant conflict, the Jews have a constant external enemy, and if it disappears, then with your national characteristics you will bite each other. So this enemy is beneficial to you - it does not pose a real threat, and at the same time consolidates the people. hi


        Israel is occupied by the junta, after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin in the 1995 year. The military mafia that make money in war, the world was never profitable for them. Israel ranks 6 in the world in arms sales.
        1. atalef
          atalef April 21 2014 19: 42
          +3
          Quote: sus
          Israel is occupied by the junta

          Tell me. so for fun. and how many times this (Junta) has held elections and which party is the Junta (or Prime Minister), or else we have for these 20 years. times8-9 there were elections and the prime minister (as well as the leading party) were replaced in the same way.
          Simply . to know
          The junta is Barack, Netanyahu. Sharon. Olmert, Livni - maybe someone else forgot, which of them belay

          Quote: sus
          . The military mafia that make money in war, the world was never profitable for them. Israel ranks 6th in the world in arms sales.

          I would understand if I were shopping, otherwise it doesn’t fit in - we sell our weapons to the side-- it seems that we need to support the junta?
          1. their
            their April 21 2014 20: 00
            0
            Quote: atalef
            Quote: sus
            Israel is occupied by the junta

            Tell me. so for fun. and how many times this (Junta) has held elections and which party is the Junta (or Prime Minister), or else we have for these 20 years. times8-9 there were elections and the prime minister (as well as the leading party) were replaced in the same way.
            Simply . to know
            The junta is Barack, Netanyahu. Sharon. Olmert, Livni - maybe someone else forgot, which of them belay

            Quote: sus
            . The military mafia that make money in war, the world was never profitable for them. Israel ranks 6th in the world in arms sales.

            I would understand if I were shopping, otherwise it doesn’t fit in - we sell our weapons to the side-- it seems that we need to support the junta?


            The junta is Netanyahu, Barak, and all their entourage. And for many years JUNTA never sat up to the end of the cadence. In the last elections, Netanyahu, due to a low rating, decided to merge with the "Russians" thanks to which he remained on the throne, continuing to strengthen the clan oligarchy of billionaires and the military machine.

            Are you blind there? You do not understand that after Rabin there are no legitimate elect. All puppets up to one defending the interests of the oligarchy
            1. atalef
              atalef April 21 2014 20: 28
              0
              Quote: sus
              The junta is Netanyahu, Barak, and all their entourage

              BUT ? Nothing. that they are in different parties and never have these parties been in a common coalition?
              Quote: sus
              The JUNTA never sat until the end of the cadence

              Well, this is only in the right countries such as the Russian Federation, S. Korea and some other early elections do not happen (although I’m lying. In the Russian Federation, the early elections were the same)
              Interesting such a junta that knock down elections
              Quote: sus
              Netanyahu, due to a low rating, went to merge with the "Russians" thanks to which he remained on the throne,

              not so long ago you claimed. that * Russians * is almost the third grade at the level of slaves in Israel - and here only thanks to the Russians remained in the chair

              Quote: sus
              continuing to strengthen the clan oligarchy of billionaires and the military machine.

              you shine today. There are many new ones in your vocabulary. buzzwords - junta, clans. oligarchies - with the initiative of you

              Quote: sus
              Are you blind there? You do not understand that after Rabin there are no legitimate elect.

              ABOUT ? Have you been to Israel? or were subsequent ones elected in a different way than Rabin?


              Quote: sus
              All puppets up to one defending the interests of the oligarchy

              Well, Rabin was the same pretzel. Until now, we can’t get rid of his delusions.
              Under Rabin (for a minute) inflation was up to 10% per year, now 10 times less, the dominance of the public sector and monopolies - explain this pun
              1. Pimply
                Pimply April 21 2014 20: 37
                +1
                Quote: atalef

                BUT ? Nothing. that they are in different parties and never have these parties been in a common coalition?

                I do not want to upset, but there were more than once. Although they represent completely different sides of Israeli politics.
                1. atalef
                  atalef April 21 2014 21: 00
                  +3
                  Quote: Pimply
                  I do not want to upset, but there were more than once. Although they represent completely different sides of Israeli politics.

                  I'm talking about early Barack. when he had at least some ideals of the working party. Then he simply turned into a changeling, nothing but the post of the Ministry of Defense, who was thirsty. In general, in my opinion, it was Barak 9 who caused the greatest harm as a politician in Israel, starting from his political combines and ending with the distribution of dough)
                  1. Pimply
                    Pimply April 21 2014 22: 11
                    0
                    You are talking about parties. Parties were in coalition more than once
            2. Pimply
              Pimply April 21 2014 20: 32
              +3
              Quote: sus

              The junta is Netanyahu, Barak, and all their entourage. And for many years JUNTA never sat up to the end of the cadence. In the last elections, Netanyahu, due to a low rating, decided to merge with the "Russians" thanks to which he remained on the throne, continuing to strengthen the clan oligarchy of billionaires and the military machine.

              You blew my brain. To go nuts, how much nonsense 8 gets into you)))
        2. Pimply
          Pimply April 21 2014 19: 52
          -1
          Quote: sus
          Israel is occupied by the junta, after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin in the 1995 year. The military mafia that make money in war, the world was never profitable for them. Israel ranks 6 in the world in arms sales.

          BRAVO! Ingenious! The junta, if that is the power of the military. Aren't you embarrassed that after the murder of Rabin over the past 20 years, left-wing governments were in power three times out of seven? They were headed by Shimon Peres, Ehud Barak, Ehud Olmert. High-ranking military personnel were only two of the last prime ministers - Ariel Sharon and Ehud Barak. Moreover, Barak headed the left government with the party Avoda at the head. It was this party that was led by Rabin. Sharon also took a sharp step to the left, withdrawing troops and settlements from Gaza. Barack offered tremendous concessions - and by the way, withdrew troops from southern Lebanon. Sharon offered tremendous concessions - and withdrew troops and settlements from Gaza. Are you talking about these people that they did not seek peace? 8) Funny 8) Olmert won all the negotiations with Syrah about the Golan Heights. This type of desire for war is total. BRAVO!!!
      3. atalef
        atalef April 21 2014 19: 49
        +1
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        Free the illegally seized territories, give the Arabs the right to establish an independent Palestinian state, and peace will prevail there.

        Tales, they need their own state. how awl in the ass and all negotiations which they just were not ripped off at the last moment.
        It is necessary to work in your state. and so the whole world feeds the unfortunate - who then refuses from free grandmothers and for what? If in their state they will live unambiguously worse. Who who. but they understand this - being forever oppressed is pretty good nowadays

        Quote: Ingvar 72
        this seems to be disadvantageous for the Jews themselves, since being in a state of constant conflict, the Jews have a constant external enemy, and if it disappears, then with your national characteristics you will bite each other.

        Well, this is theoretically, in general, we do not live in war and we are much calmer than in many regions of the Russian Federation. Nevertheless - somehow we live and not bad

        Quote: Ingvar 72
        and at the same time consolidates the people.

        Well, how much can people keep in consolidation? We do not believe S.Korea in the idea of ​​Juche.
        Tales of it.
  15. 0255
    0255 April 21 2014 19: 03
    +2
    Right now our Israeli comrades Professor and Pupyrchaty will come and again begin to justify Israel laughing
    We wait...
    1. their
      their April 21 2014 19: 34
      +2
      Quote: 0255
      Right now our Israeli comrades Professor and Pupyrchaty will come and again begin to justify Israel laughing
      We wait...


      who think that they are defending the interests of Israel, in fact, they are defending the interests of the Israeli military-industrial complex, to the detriment of their citizens, who are robbed annually for $ 16 billion "for the Palestinian and Iranian threat." JUNTA.
      1. atalef
        atalef April 21 2014 19: 43
        +4
        Quote: sus
        PK of Israel, to the detriment of its citizens, who are robbed of $ 16 billion annually "for the Palestinian and Iranian threat." JUNTA.

        Well, someone on the American threat to trl.razvili - Do you think that the threat of NATO-is real?
        1. their
          their April 21 2014 19: 52
          +3
          Quote: atalef
          Quote: sus
          PK of Israel, to the detriment of its citizens, who are robbed of $ 16 billion annually "for the Palestinian and Iranian threat." JUNTA.

          Well, someone on the American threat to trl.razvili - Do you think that the threat of NATO-is real?


          You must have suddenly forgotten the story of how the West attacked Russia over the past 400 years? And the expansion of NATO to the east? Take a look at the map after 1991 of the year how many countries joined NATO in violation of the treaty. There is a threat.
          1. Pimply
            Pimply April 21 2014 20: 09
            -1
            Quote: sus
            You must have suddenly forgotten the story of how the West attacked Russia over the past 400 years? And the expansion of NATO to the east? Take a look at the map after 1991 of the year how many countries joined NATO in violation of the treaty. There is a threat.

            That is, Russia was a quiet and innocent state and did not come up with imperial positions, joining the struggle, but quietly stood in the corner? 8)
          2. atalef
            atalef April 21 2014 20: 32
            +3
            Quote: sus
            You must have suddenly forgotten the story of how the West attacked Russia over the past 400 years?

            and only Israel and the Middle East was an oasis of peace

            Quote: sus
            And the expansion of NATO to the east?

            And 5 full-scale wars in 60 years and an endless number of simple military operations (I'm talking about Israel)
            Quote: sus
            Take a look at the map after 1991 how many countries joined NATO in violation of the treaty. There is a threat.

            and I. the program of Iran and its threats to wipe Israel from the face of the earth?
            Nevertheless, the Russian military budget is right. and Israel - the divorce of the population.
            In general, Hebrew sauce is a horse. can all the same human brains begin to turn on?
        2. 0255
          0255 April 21 2014 19: 53
          +3
          Quote: atalef
          Do you think the threat of NATO is real?

          no, damn it, not real ... NATO bombed Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq exclusively for human rights and democracy am And in Korea and Vietnam, the Americans also bombarded the locals with good and freedom, but the evil USSR thwarted their noble plans ...
          Dear Israelis, sometimes you read your comments - so your NATO is so white and fluffy, unfairly slandered by us.
          I have always considered and still consider NATO a threat.
          Quote: sus

          You must have suddenly forgotten the story of how the West attacked Russia over the past 400 years? And the expansion of NATO to the east? Take a look at the map after 1991 of the year how many countries joined NATO in violation of the treaty. There is a threat.

          Are you still hoping to explain this to an Israeli?
          1. Pimply
            Pimply April 21 2014 20: 13
            +1
            Quote: 0255
            NATO bombed Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq

            Not. NATO acted so solely on the basis of its interests. The problem is that NATO is not one country, but a union of states where governments are at least democratically elected. Therefore, any NATO actions against states with a rigid authoritarian system look more legitimate, even if these actions are not. When Russia acts according to such a scheme, it is perceived as an attempt to create a new empire, because Russia acts not in the interests of a certain union of states, but in its own, and the authoritarian form of government in Russia deprives the situation of legitimacy in the eyes of the main world community. Therefore, the Russian Federation mainly support the marginalized.
            1. 0255
              0255 April 21 2014 20: 51
              0
              Quote: Pimply
              Quote: 0255
              NATO bombed Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq

              No. NATO acted so solely on the basis of its interests. The problem is that NATO is not one country, but a union of states where governments are at least democratically elected. Therefore, any NATO actions against states with a rigid authoritarian system look more legitimate, even if these actions are not.

              Iron logic negative
              Why do NATO bombings look legitimate - because the UN supports them or is silent when the states bomb someone oil-bearing without their permission? Or do you believe in the exceptionalism of the "American nation"?
              And as for Russia or the USSR, the West always scolded it, even under the "democrats" Gorbachev and Yeltsin.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply April 21 2014 22: 13
                0
                Quote: 0255
                Why do NATO bombings look legitimate - because the UN supports them or is silent when the states bomb someone oil-bearing without their permission? Or do you believe in the exceptionalism of the "American nation"?

                For the simple reason that they are implemented by a fairly wide coalition, for example.
                1. 0255
                  0255 April 21 2014 22: 33
                  +2
                  Quote: Pimply
                  Quote: 0255
                  Why do NATO bombings look legitimate - because the UN supports them or is silent when the states bomb someone oil-bearing without their permission? Or do you believe in the exceptionalism of the "American nation"?

                  For the simple reason that they are implemented by a fairly wide coalition, for example.

                  A cool excuse for the NATO people - there are many of them and therefore they can do anything, any aggression is legitimate fool And the protection of Ossetians and Crimeans is aggression, because states against.
                  Stalin is not on you. Although I am not a Stalinist, I would gladly send you to the Gulag to cut the wood with a jigsaw for such comments.
            2. supertiger21
              supertiger21 April 21 2014 21: 55
              0
              Quote: Pimply
              Not. NATO acted so solely on the basis of its interests. The problem is that NATO is not one country, but a union of states where governments are at least democratically elected. Therefore, any NATO actions against states with a rigid authoritarian system look more legitimate, even if these actions are not. When Russia acts according to such a scheme, it is perceived as an attempt to create a new empire, because Russia acts not in the interests of a certain union of states, but in its own, and the authoritarian form of government in Russia deprives the situation of legitimacy in the eyes of the main world community. Therefore, the Russian Federation mainly support the marginalized.


              Yes, you have double standards for all occasions))) laughing
              And now let's turn on the logic. NATO invaded Yugoslavia solely for the purpose of capturing, not looking at the UN, actually occupying part of a sovereign state, the West placed the former authorities of Serbia under the Hague tribunal. Russia invaded Georgia as a sole response to its aggression in relation to South Ossetia and Abkhazia, as well as in relation to Russian peacekeepers. Saakashvili went to chew a tie, and for some reason they didn’t throw him in The Hague (but democracy)). And Pupyrchaty, you mentioned NATO as a union of states, and a bunch means everything is allowed oh - well let’s say. And what do you say about the US aggression against Vietnam ??? The USA also acted then only in their personal interests.
              ps And somehow it’s ugly on your part to write a speech directed against Russia under the Russian flag. negative
              1. 0255
                0255 April 21 2014 22: 23
                -1
                Maybe Pupyrchaty is also an agent of Mossad or the CIA, who hid behind the Russian flag for conspiracy? laughing
                1. zaazua
                  zaazua April 21 2014 22: 54
                  +2
                  Yes, we are from the FSB!
                  -That. major, bring me two teas ....
                2. Kassandra
                  Kassandra April 22 2014 08: 19
                  +1
                  and there are half, if not more.
                3. supertiger21
                  supertiger21 April 22 2014 17: 51
                  +2
                  Quote: 0255
                  Maybe Pupyrchaty is also an agent of Mossad or the CIA, who hid behind the Russian flag for conspiracy?


                  drinks
                  If this is really so, then I would not be surprised. Such as Pimpled is no more than the bedding of the West, gnawing our country from the inside. It is a kind of parasite devouring the insides of a beast that can do nothing. Our "comrades" do the same.
                  psBy the way, Kostya, we got some litter of minuses here. laughing
                  1. 0255
                    0255 April 22 2014 23: 13
                    +1
                    Quote: supertiger21
                    psBy the way, Kostya, we got some litter of minuses here.

                    what a horror belay laughing Aslan, we score on them *** and remain in our opinion
          2. atalef
            atalef April 21 2014 20: 34
            +2
            Quote: 0255
            I have always considered and still consider NATO a threat.

            I am Iran request

            Quote: 0255
            Are you still hoping to explain this to an Israeli?

            Unlike both of you, I lived both in the USSR / Russia and in Israel (well, there are not long in a couple of places) and I know the story a little better than you put together.
            Therefore, with their fables - in the garden ....
            1. supertiger21
              supertiger21 April 21 2014 21: 40
              +2
              Quote: atalef
              I am Iran


              Iran may (!) Pose a potential danger to Israel, but so far there is none. And to other countries the Iranians do not want harm (well, except for the United States). Simply, unlike Israel, we do not speak with them in the language of sanctions and threats. We would learn your leadership.

              Quote: afalef
              Unlike both of you, I lived both in the USSR / Russia and in Israel (well, there are not long in a couple of places) and I know the story a little better than you put together.
              Therefore, with their fables - in the garden ....


              Bravo yes We are grateful to you for this! Only now you are supporting far from the side where you once lived. No.
              1. Pimply
                Pimply April 21 2014 22: 15
                +4
                Quote: supertiger21
                Iran may (!) Pose a potential danger to Israel, but so far there is none.

                Funny things to say. Iran is actively sponsoring several large organizations fighting against Israel, supplying weapons and training. Makes very explicit statements. He carried out several large and not very terrorist attacks against Israel directly. This is not potential, this is real danger.
                1. 0255
                  0255 April 21 2014 22: 37
                  -1
                  Quote: Pimply
                  Quote: supertiger21
                  Iran may (!) Pose a potential danger to Israel, but so far there is none.

                  Funny things to say. Iran is actively sponsoring several large organizations fighting against Israel, supplying weapons and training. Makes very explicit statements. He carried out several large and not very terrorist attacks against Israel directly. This is not potential, this is real danger.

                  Well, what terrorist attacks?
                  If this is true, then why can Israel sponsor terrorist organizations of the next Allah-Babah movement in Syria, while Iran cannot?
        3. jigalovd
          jigalovd April 21 2014 20: 24
          +3
          I think the threat exists, it is not in vain that the Knesset is considering options for the CU and closer cooperation with Russia ... the Americans are too foolish about Israel ... let Israeli technologies serve and help Russia better.
          1. atalef
            atalef April 21 2014 21: 02
            -1
            Quote: jigalovd
            I think the threat exists, it’s not in vain that the Knesset is considering options for the TC

            Dmitry . have you already considered this in the Knesset? Tell me when
      2. Pimply
        Pimply April 21 2014 19: 54
        -1
        Quote: sus
        who think that they are defending the interests of Israel, in fact, they are defending the interests of the Israeli military-industrial complex, to the detriment of their citizens, who are robbed annually for $ 16 billion "for the Palestinian and Iranian threat." JUNTA.

        You seem to have heard on the TV beautiful word of the Junta and you liked it? Now repeat everywhere, out of place and out of place. More often than not, it seems that they looked at it in the dictionary. Tell me, where did you dig up the military budget of 16 billion? 8)
    2. supertiger21
      supertiger21 April 21 2014 20: 26
      0
      Quote: 0255
      Right now, our Israeli comrades, Professor and Pupyrchaty, will come and again begin to justify Israel. We are waiting ...


      Great Kostya drinks !
      So our Israeli comrades are already there. The professor has already begun in all its glory to defend the shit democracy))) By the way, he removed you from the emergency? You should see what he writes, be sure ... laughing
      1. 0255
        0255 April 21 2014 20: 35
        0
        Quote: supertiger21
        Quote: 0255
        Right now, our Israeli comrades, Professor and Pupyrchaty, will come and again begin to justify Israel. We are waiting ...


        Great Kostya drinks !
        So our Israeli comrades are already there. The professor has already begun in all its glory to defend the shit democracy))) By the way, he removed you from the emergency? You should see what he writes, be sure ... laughing

        And you don’t get sick, Aslan drinks
        I do not see the professor's comments crying nothing, I’ll leave the site and read his comments. Or maybe I won’t read, *** on him
        1. supertiger21
          supertiger21 April 21 2014 20: 39
          +1
          Quote: 0255
          I do not see the professor's comments


          It's a pity... crying And then his syndrome of "protection of democracy" is simply off scale. laughing

          Quote: 0255
          nothing, I’ll leave the site and read his comments. Or maybe I won’t read, *** on him


          I can quote you his posts wink !
          1. 0255
            0255 April 21 2014 21: 02
            +1
            Quote: supertiger21

            I can quote you his posts wink !

            Not necessarily, I will read them myself ... or I will not read them ...
            Are comments from this state litter worth attention?
            1. supertiger21
              supertiger21 April 21 2014 21: 37
              -1
              Quote: 0255
              Are comments from this state litter worth attention?


              drinks + and a dog running to the FAS team. laughing
              The professor does not hide that he works for the CIA and MOSSAD. belay
              1. 0255
                0255 April 21 2014 21: 42
                0
                Quote: supertiger21
                Quote: 0255
                Are comments from this state litter worth attention?


                drinks + and a dog running to the FAS team. laughing
                The professor does not hide that he works for the CIA and MOSSAD. belay

                For agreeing with this statement, I ended up in the emergency situations of the professor laughing
                And he, too, will add you in an emergency for such a comment bully
                1. supertiger21
                  supertiger21 April 22 2014 18: 02
                  +2
                  Quote: 0255
                  For agreeing with this statement, I ended up in the emergency situations of the professor


                  I sympathize crying ! By the way, if everyone will contribute to the emergency, then the professor will simply have no one to heal with shit democracy ... laughing

                  Quote: 0255
                  And he, too, will add you in an emergency for such a comment


                  Let it make, only I will be glad hi ! Although it will be boring, whose nonsense will make me laugh ... wassat
                  1. 0255
                    0255 April 22 2014 23: 11
                    +1
                    Quote: supertiger21
                    I sympathize crying

                    is there a reason for sympathy? laughing
                    Quote: supertiger21
                    By the way, if everyone will contribute to the emergency, then the professor will simply have no one to heal with shit democracy ...

                    that's for sure good
                    Quote: supertiger21
                    Although it will be boring, whose nonsense will make me laugh ...

                    without his delirium it is quite possible to live. Although an article about Israel without a Professor is not an article laughing
  16. mr_Doom
    mr_Doom April 21 2014 19: 48
    +2
    Quote: sus
    Quote: 0255
    Right now our Israeli comrades Professor and Pupyrchaty will come and again begin to justify Israel laughing
    We wait...


    who think that they are defending the interests of Israel, in fact, they are defending the interests of the Israeli military-industrial complex, to the detriment of their citizens, who are robbed annually for $ 16 billion "for the Palestinian and Iranian threat." JUNTA.

    learned a new word, happy for you! Look at the meaning and use it in the topic) (about the `` junta '')
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 April 21 2014 20: 29
      0
      Quote: mr_Doom
      learned a new word, happy for you! Look at the meaning and use it in the topic) (about the `` junta '')


      So I see the "democratic principles" in the Middle East are ready to defend people from the very north of Europe. laughing
    2. atalef
      atalef April 21 2014 20: 37
      +3
      Quote: mr_Doom
      Quote: sus
      Quote: 0255
      Right now our Israeli comrades Professor and Pupyrchaty will come and again begin to justify Israel laughing
      We wait...


      who think that they are defending the interests of Israel, in fact, they are defending the interests of the Israeli military-industrial complex, to the detriment of their citizens, who are robbed annually for $ 16 billion "for the Palestinian and Iranian threat." JUNTA.

      learned a new word, happy for you! Look at the meaning and use it in the topic) (about the `` junta '')

      For SUS, this is a new beautiful word. why bother with its meaning - it’s so beautiful and on everyone’s lips. He would still read the meaning of the word genocide - but then I am afraid. that his vocabulary without these words is so impoverished. that she won’t be able to comment.
  17. A. RU
    A. RU April 21 2014 20: 38
    +2
    As a citizen of the Russian Federation, I am more concerned about the problems of my state, so I am not in a hurry to condemn other international conflicts, but I’ll clarify that the death of any civilian no matter what nation and religion he belongs to is bad, this is a tragedy, it must stop.
    My question is this, in all the media the military actions of Israel are presented as retaliatory, as defensive. If we look at the history of conflicts from the beginning of the creation of this state, it turns out that each time it defended itself against an attack of a numerically superior enemy or acted in advance in the troops marching in its directions. Why, then, the Israeli retaliatory actions cause such a negative in society? I repeat, I do not support or condemn anyone, I am primarily concerned about my country.
    1. Pimply
      Pimply April 21 2014 20: 40
      +1
      Quote: A. RU
      Why, then, the Israeli retaliatory actions cause such a negative in society?

      Because Jews live in Israel
    2. atalef
      atalef April 21 2014 20: 54
      +3
      Quote: A. RU
      but I’ll clarify that the death of any civilian no matter what nation and religion he belongs to is bad, this is a tragedy, it must stop.

      \ Hope you read. What happened and in response to what was hit?
      On Monday, April 21, a grenade from an RPG grenade launcher was fired at an IDF patrol near the security fence with the Gaza Strip. None of the soldiers were injured.

      As previously reported, on the morning of April 21, at least 6 rockets exploded in an open area in the area of ​​Sderot and the Shaar ha-Negev Regional Council.
      This is the second rocket attack on Israeli territory in the past three days. In total, during April, Israel was bombarded from the Gaza Strip seven times.

      Someone confuses cause and effect. interesting . if the territory of the Russian Federation was fired from Japan (and even no one was hurt) - what would be the answer?
    3. jigalovd
      jigalovd April 21 2014 20: 59
      +6
      it is a pity that not everyone has such an understanding of our problems ...
  18. teron
    teron April 21 2014 22: 19
    +7
    I have never expressed myself here, but I read a long time ago.
    What I would like to say: different sane people write on different topics on this site, but as soon as news about Israel - very many are simply "wedged". You need to be calmer. The State of Israel is quite successful. It grew in an aggressive environment, and it is a reflection of that (its environment). One may not love Jews, but one cannot disrespect Israelis. In many respects, they are just great. Much can and should be learned from them. If anything - he is Russian himself and a little Tatar.
    1. 0255
      0255 April 21 2014 22: 41
      -2
      Quote: teron
      The state of Israel has completely taken place. It grew in an aggressive environment, and it is a reflection of what (to its environment). You can not love the Jews, but you can not respect the Israelis. In many aspects - just great. They can and should learn a lot from them. If anything - Russian himself and a little Tatar.

      well done, of course. If they hadn’t bombed the neighbors, it would have been good at all.
      1. teron
        teron April 21 2014 23: 18
        +3
        I’m afraid to imagine what would have happened to my Great Motherland if our aviation hadn’t bombed some neighbors (and not only) in due time. Especially in Israel’s neighbors, mostly peaceful intentions are perceived as weakness.
    2. zaazua
      zaazua April 21 2014 22: 45
      +3
      You do not know yet, but you are already a Jew! wink
      1. 0255
        0255 April 21 2014 23: 14
        0
        Quote: zaazua
        You do not know yet, but you are already a Jew! wink

        I have Jewish roots in me, I know that! I have 2 great-grandfathers Jews. But I don't like Israeli politics, just like American stop
        1. teron
          teron April 21 2014 23: 28
          +5
          Israeli and American politics may well (and are not obliged) to dislike us - citizens of other countries. She apparently suits the Israelites. Tired of - change yourself. But then, no one will do it FOR THEM.
          With US citizens - much more difficult. Although - the strongest armed forces in the world, advanced industry and science - what is not a reason for pride and love for their homeland?
          1. O. BENDER
            O. BENDER April 22 2014 02: 47
            +1
            Quote: teron
            Israeli and American politics may well (and are not obliged) to dislike us - citizens of other countries. She apparently suits the Israelites. Tired of - change yourself. But then, no one will do it FOR THEM.
            With US citizens - much more difficult. Although - the strongest armed forces in the world, advanced industry and science - what is not a reason for pride and love for their homeland?

            Woe from Mind. READ?
        2. zaazua
          zaazua April 21 2014 23: 30
          +2
          it is your right, but do not make us love Russian politics!
      2. teron
        teron April 21 2014 23: 19
        0
        Nothing. I will survive.
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  20. Kus Imak
    Kus Imak April 22 2014 00: 04
    +2
    To all the defenders of the poor Palestinians. Protect them more. They will return you a hundredfold.
  21. O. BENDER
    O. BENDER April 22 2014 02: 39
    +1
    At one time they suffered, now they pour out evil on the Palestinians. am
    1. Kus Imak
      Kus Imak April 22 2014 20: 10
      0
      Quote: O. BENDER
      At one time they suffered, now they pour out evil on the Palestinians. am


      Sorry for the palaces? Come help them. They have a constant staff shortage in the Shahid department.
  22. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket April 22 2014 08: 23
    0
    Quote: And Us Rat
    Quote: mig31
    They shoot at whom they want, bomb wherever they like, God’s chosen nation ?, Maybe someone knows what INTERNATIONAL LAW ???

    International law is the right of a sovereign country to protect its borders and its citizens from military aggression.

    I will explain on the fingers. There was rocket fire - this is a military attack and violation of sovereignty, military resistance to attack - not just a legitimate, but a natural reaction of any normal state.


    If tomorrow, for example, from the territory of Georgia, a Russian city is fired by rockets, will you tearfully ask them to stop? Or all the same smack them snot?

    Or did you learn double standards from YUSAvtsev?

    And who else to learn from these standards. You are not angels in this regard. 08.08.08/XNUMX/XNUMX. Although there was an attack on peacekeepers.
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    1. Kus Imak
      Kus Imak April 22 2014 20: 06
      +2
      Quote: tennis
      I looked at how many God's chosen ones gathered here, it turns out 90 percent of the site. Themselves stamped pluses, the rest of the minuses. And where did the local patriots with the marshal's shoulder straps disappear from topic to topic? As the wind blew away "patriots". On the other hand, the "blockaders" have strayed into a flock and foaming at the mouth are proving that international law is their right and no one else.


      Provocation and inciting ethnic hatred.
      1. tennis
        tennis April 22 2014 21: 25
        +2
        Quote: Kus Imak
        Provocation and inciting ethnic hatred.


        You yourself are a provocateur, whose cow would moo.
        1. Kus Imak
          Kus Imak April 23 2014 00: 24
          +1
          You will poke your racket, ... yenis.