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Israelis will flee occupied Palestinian lands in next war: Hamas
[Iran Press TV] A senior Hamas, always the voice of sweet reason, official says Israelis will escape from the occupied lands if another war breaks out between the Paleostinian resistance movement and the Tel Aviv regime.

Atallah Abu al-Sabah, the Hamas minister for prisoners, said on Thursday, "The fabric of Israeli society has been torn apart in the face of the resistance's strength."

He added that thousands of Israeli citizens fled to the north to escape from the retaliatory rockets and missiles fired by Hamas during the recent war on the Gazoo Strip.

Over 160 Paleostinians, including women and kiddies, were killed and about 1,200 others were maimed in the Israeli attacks on Gazoo that were carried out during the eight-day period of November 14-21.

In retaliation, the Paleostinian resistance fighters incessantly fired rockets and missiles into Israeli cities, killing at least five Israelis.

The Tel Aviv regime will rely on short-term offensives "because it is not able to lead long-term wars of attrition," Sabah said.

"Paleostinian fighters fought with a strong belief and high morale, [while] the Israeli soldiers fought with a defeatist spirit."

The Hamas minister also hailed the countries that supported the resistance movement during the Israeli war.

"Gazoo has united the Arab nation and solidified its existence as a political entity."

Sabah also quoted Hamas Political Bureau Chief Khaled Meshaal as saying that the resistance "will soon occur in the West Bank too."

Meshaal had earlier attributed the absence of "resistance" in the occupied West Bank to "security pressure by all parties," saying that the participation of Hamas in a ceasefire with the Tel Aviv regime was not meant to imply that the movement gave up "resistance to achieve the liberation of Paleostine."
Posted by:Fred

#9   A senior Hamas

Why is it that, whenever the press solicits the rantings of a "senior" member of Hamas, or the Muslim Brotherhood, or any of these chuckle-headed groups, the guy is either "retired", or "former sub-secretary" or has some make-work title like "minister for prisoners"?
Posted by: Pappy   2012-11-30 18:54  

#8 the Paleos have soap
Posted by: Frank G   2012-11-30 16:51  

#7  "they're rather more likely to stomp you boys into a little greasy spot."

That would be acceptable, mojo - Dawn® dishwashing liquid does a steller job eliminating grease. ;-p
Posted by: Barbara   2012-11-30 15:07  

#6  I think they're rather more likely to stomp you boys into a little greasy spot.
Posted by: mojo   2012-11-30 13:59  

#5  but the Israelis have already left Gaza

They consider all of Israel 'occupied territory'. Much like Muslims consider all non-islamic countries 'occupied territory'.
Posted by: CrazyFool   2012-11-30 12:58  

#4  Running this thru the DeBloviator, I get this:
Man, not only did the Juice kick our asses, but they whacked a Fearless Leader or two. AND the sumbitches blew up all those fine-ass rockets we got from our new BFF, the Persians. Dang!
Posted by: SteveS   2012-11-30 12:34  

#3  he means Israel proper
Posted by: Frank G   2012-11-30 12:03  

#2  Israelis will flee occupied Palestinian lands in next war: Hamas

but..but the Israelis have already left Gaza.
Years ago if I recall.
Posted by: Mikey Hunt   2012-11-30 02:03  

#1  Meanwhile, Vampire fans, not to be outdone by the HAMAS PR Politburo ...

Posted by: JosephMendiola   2012-11-30 00:13