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    I can not say for sure Gaza is more dense and higher buildings,yet in the background it looks flat, so is it the sea there? But Syria in parts is very flat,I was stationed there in the army and just saw Syria for 1 month. Its flat but has traces of small volcanoes.Since Israel captured the Golan heights after 19 years of shelling
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    The Golan Heights has some of the highest altitudes in Israel – ranging from 1,300 to 4,000 feet – while also having some of the coolest climate. The volcanic soil in the area is beneficial for growing healthy vines that produce complex flavors."What is important to the vine is a combination of temperature and humidity. The days in the ripening season are dry and almost always have afternoon winds. At night, it is cool with fog or dew. The vines love this." So for those that love wine.....

    The wine making tradition in the region is one of the oldest in the world. There are ancient wine presses that dot the landscape, and Israel is now redeveloping its ancient varieties.
    The Golan Heights is a microcosm of the vast geographic diversity found in Israel – especially for such a tiny country. (By comparison, it's about the same size as New Jersey.) In the 25-miles-as-the-crow-flies climb from the 1,300 foot elevation to the 4,000 foot elevation, there are five distinct types of volcanic soil allowing Yarden to produce many varietals and wine styles successfully. Perhaps there is another region like it? With such varietals as cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, gewürztraminer, malbec, syrah and a blanc de blanc sparkling wine.

    Coming to a supermarket near you soon!

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    Iron Dome intercepts four rockets fired into Golan from Syria.

    Not only in the south but in the North East as well!

    Firing from Syria, for the first time in almost six months: At 4:50 am, an alarm was sounded in the Golan and the Upper Galilee, and about half an hour later, the IDF reported that 4 launches had been fired, and an iron dome intercepted them.

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    With Trump on your side and billions of US dollars in military aid, a few home made rockets won't really harm you Balan...

    https://jewishvoiceforpeace.org/sett...TYBEg3JKAeMyg8

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    The bad news never ends, does it?

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    Gift wrapped for Christmas Balan..?

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    What we see from here you do not see from there
    If Jerusalem is not the capital then we have no Capital City??

    No apartheid here Arabs ,Druize, Christians all can hold positions. Even Arabs, Druize and Christians serve in the Army , I served on the Lebanese border and the Golan Heights!

    Halting US aid to the Palestinian government ,yes its being paid to Palestinians in Jails after trying ,or commiting a crime,a nice wage for familys.

    Halts Aid to UNRWA? their schools teach hatred and who work their Palestinians talk about being corrupt!

    PLO ,''Liberation Organization''? The do not want to share ,No peace with Israel, No recognition of Israel, and no negotiations with Israel.

    Syria shelled Israel for 19 years (Jorden too),they attacked Israel together with Egypt and Jordan, and lost.So the UN, and the world want Israel to give it back so they can shell us again?

    Forth Geneva Convention ,Article 49 states
    "The occupying power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own population into the territories it occupies." How can we occupy land which was ours''? Armies came and went, the last being Jorden and Arab states. After Jordan lost the West Bank to Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War, the Palestinians there remained Jordanian citizens until Jordan decided to renounce claims and sever administrative ties with the territory in 1988.
    Check the San Remo conferance,still hold true for today
    There was no Palestine,only the British Mandate for Palestine.
    The San Remo Conference was an international meeting held following the conclusion of World War I that determined the precise boundaries for territories captured by the Allied Powers. It also marked the beginning of the British Mandate over the state of Israel then known as Palestine (continued).....

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    Let this sink in for a moment: before the San Remo conference there did not exist a single Arab independent nation state. Not one. All 22 Arab states that exist today (as part of the Arab League) became nation states either as a direct result of the San Remo conference, or much later. Therefore, the legitimacy of Israel as a Jewish state is exactly equal or greater to the legitimacy of any of the Arab nation states.

    The Arabs of Palestine viewed themselves as Syrian and as pan-Arabs.

    Did the Arabs oppose the creation of a Jewish State at San Remo? The answer is a resounding NO!

    At that time they were focused on the creation of independent Arab states and had no objection to the establishment of a tiny Jewish state in Palestine. This was formalized in the Weizmann-Feisal agreement which led to the League of Nations recognizing the Land of Israel (then Palestine) as the homeland of the Jewish people.

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    Israel is not Saudia Arabia

    Four rockets were fired from Syria towards Israel- Israels responce?

    At least 11 dead in wide-scale Israeli strikes in Syria
    War monitoring group says at least 7 of the casualties are foreign nationals; IDF says it carried out the attacks, hitting targets belonging to Iran's elite Quds force, in response to the rocket fire at Israel's north; 'Our message to Iranian leaders: you're no longer immune,' says Bennett
    The Israeli military said it struck dozens of Iranian targets in Syria on Wednesday, carrying out a wide-scale strike in response to rocket fire on the Golan Heights the day before. War monitoring group reported at least 11 people were killed including foreign nationals.

    The military said its fighter jets hit multiple targets belonging to Iran's elite Quds force, including surface-to-air missiles, weapons warehouses and military bases. After the Syrian military fired an air defense missile, the Israeli military said a number of Syrian aerial defense batteries were also destroyed.

    Israel's new hard-line defense minister, Naftali Bennett, issued an equally firm statement.
    "The rules have changed: whoever fires on Israel during the day will not sleep at night," he said. "Our message to the leaders of Iran is simple: you are no longer immune. Any place you dispatch your tentacles, we will chop them off."

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    BT : Those rockets fired from Gaza are not ''home made rockets''If they threaten or can reach Tel-Aviv,thats at least about 70 km or (40 miles)
    In 2009 home made rockets are these:






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    BT; Sorry its not a rocket ,its a 500-kilogram bomb.

    BT : What a strange photo, a piece of metal in the street, that's a bomb.?(A bomb is dropped,and leaves a creater!!! The caption says 'was fired'? Where is the hole in the ground? ''Was fired'' means it had motion ,but no marks, no creator,and that line at 90% behind the bomb looks like its been transported and pushed off a trailer??
    A rocket is an unguided, rocket-powered weapon, with no steering ability. A missile is a self-propelled weapon, often rocket-powered (but not always), that has some kind of guidance system so that it can steer in flight, towards its target.
    They seemed to have moved this from some other place and Ali Abunimah has written ,to make it sound dangerous 'fired in a street'.If that thing was fired in a street, I am Jo Jo from China! I think 2 scrap metal merchants left it there when they could not carry it no more! Or ,their donkey died from exhaustion?
    In this article they may want to link that Hazem Abu Murad, died from this bomb??
    But Hazem Abu Murad, died (along with 5 others)not here in Khuzaa. He died in Beit Lahiya!
    Together with six other people were killed and six others seriously injured on Wednesday when an unexploded 500 kilogram Israeli missile blew up in Beit Lahiya, in northern Gaza, as weapons disposal experts were attempting to make it safe.
    Bilal Muhammad al-Sultan, Rahed Taysir Ali al-Hom, Hazem Ahmad Abu Murad and Saeed Talal Salman were killed in the explosion.

    So the media will add these people to the list of casualties because of their fault.

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    This just about sums up the whole farce...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    This just about sums up the whole farce...

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    Yes, because the Bible is full of fairy tales, however, had it been written in the Guardian they would have to believe it!

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    Supersub6: What is written on the board behind Finkelstein ,in the west they would believe ,but really!! Not bad Finkelstein can earn a living with that. Yes, depending on who the IDF wants, they do not knock on doors.
    ''My family lived in your home 2000 years ago'' ,make it 3000 years , and great to see an Arab home, built 3000 years ago? Arab conquest? In April 637 A D, Caliph Umar travelled to Jerusalem in person to receive the submission of the city.
    One thousand B C, was the Kingdom of Judea. The Arabs came on the scene at 637 AD, at the time of the Torah ,there were no Palestinians ,plus the word Palestine does not occur in the Bible. But some Arabs have claimed Jesus was a Palestinian.

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    Now more interesting,as you know . ''Yes, because the Bible is full of fairy tales,''

    Well I would have to agree with you IF I lived in Britain. But the Bible ,or as we know the 'Tanach',contains some interesting things (codes?) but if you read it in English,no ,but different if you read it in Hebrew.
    If i read the part about the (Shabat, the Sabath). Chapter 2 in Genesis. The Shabat is the 7th day,of course. The last letter in Hebrew in Chapter 1 is a 'yod'( that's an 'I') from that letter if I count 6 letters ,the 7th is a (shin,that's an 'S')and so on and on ,,we can then read 'ISRAEL'.
    ......1) And the heaven and the earth were finished, and all the host of them.
    2) And on the seventh day God finished His work which He had made;.....but no Israel here in this passage not any code???
    Who ever wrote the 'Tanach'? Why put these hidden codes ? It's just fairy tales!!
    Now I do not study this Book,so I can not say more.

    Supersub; Take any book and try to fine your name or family name,then after 5-6-7 consecutive numbers find a name /your name,(clue) ,its like 1 in a hundred??
    If you had to study this ,it's mind blowing!!! !!! Perhaps Google 'torah codes chuck missler' for some idea ??

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    Now that Israel has found out that the Palestinian Authority is sending even more of these dollars to terrorists in Israeli prisons, as well as the families of the suicide bombers and dead terrorists, Jerusalem is now compelled to cut yet another quarter billion shekels from these tax monies.

    The Palestinian Media Watch is monitoring how many payments the Palestinian Authority is making to terrorists and their families. Last year, in 2018, the Palestinian regime made payments of half a billion shekels ($145 million) to terrorists and their families. This was followed by a deduction from the collected taxes of the same amount.

    The Palestinian Authority is already in financial trouble due to previous cuts, claiming that it cannot, for example, pay hospital or electricity bills to Israel. However, the PA does not seem to have learned from their mistakes, because this year they made payments of another 241 billion shekels ($70 million) to terrorists.

    The priorities of the Palestinian Authority are clearly intended to pay for terrorism at the expense of their own people’s everyday lives, including food, housing and even health care. Israel feels obliged to further cut these tax payments in order to deter terrorism and show support for the Palestinian people.

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    The Netherlands stopped its annual $1.6 million payment directly to the Palestinian Authority when $198 million went to pay the families of terrorists killed during their attacks on Israelis and another $160 million to Palestinians being held in Israeli jails on terror charges.

    The Netherlands stopped its annual $1.6 million payment directly to the Palestinian Authority when $198 million went to pay the families of terrorists killed during their attacks on Israelis and another $160 million to Palestinians being held in Israeli jails on terror charges.

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    Yes, half a century of violence The Arab summit in the aftermath of the Arab defeat to Israel in the Six-Day War, is famous for its Khartoum Resolution known as "The Three No's"; No peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, no negotiations with Israel.After this war the Arabs in the West Bank were invited to work in agriculture, with Israeli farmers. But the workers stabbed the farmers. The attacks were the direct result of incitement by radical Islamist and terrorist elements, calling on Palestinian youth to murder Jews. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
    From 1951, The State of Israel was confronted by a wave of Palestinian infiltrations,118 Israelis, including 48 civilians, were killed by such infiltrators.
    1952, 68 Israelis, including 42 civilians, were killed by Palestinian infiltrators.
    1953, 71 Israelis, including 44 civilians, killed by Palestinian infiltrators.
    1954 57 Israelis killed, including 33 civilians......and on and on it goes to today.
    1,357 people have been killed by Palestinian violence and terrorism since September 2000.

    https://mfa.gov.il/mfa/foreignpolicy...sm%20sinc.aspx

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    Palestinian children who are caught up in the Hamas dawa are taught to recognize the virtue of death-for-Allah. Once indoctrinated into this belief system, they are more easily exploited as grade-school terrorists. According to researcher Vamik Volkan, most suicide bombers in the Middle East are chosen as teenagers, educated, and then sent off to blow themselves up when they are in their late teens or early to mid-twenties.
    Palestinian stone-throwing is a violent political statement celebrated in the literature of the Palestinian national liberation movement. Stone throwing was the primary tactic of the First Intifada (1997 - 1993.) It encompasses the practice of throwing stones by hand and using powerful slings variously aimed at Israel security personnel, Israeli civilians, and at both civilian and military vehicles. It has resulted in the death of both Israelis and Arabs unknowingly targeted by stone-throwers.

    Palestinian stone-throwing refers to a Palestinian practice of throwing stones at people or property. It is a tactic with both a symbolic and military dimension when used against heavily armed troops. Proponents, sympathizers, as well as analysts have characterized stone throwing by Palestinians as a form of "limited", "restrained", "non-lethal" violence

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