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Thursday, August 18, 2011

False flag in Eilat, Israel wants to take full control of the Sinai and NATO is ready to attack and invade Syria

Why would HAMAS attack Israeli buses this close to the United Nations vote expected to support Palestinian statehood and while a delegation of 81 US congressmen are visiting the occupied land? Such an attack benefits Israel politically and harms the Palestinian cause. 

This is such an obvious hoax, false flag; a staged justification for Israel to start CAST LEAD II, to wipe Palestine off of the map, expel all the Palestinians from Gaza before the United Nations vote can take place. Netanyahu activated the attack on Syria at the UN security council with Obama. Israel plan to seize the Sinai, the Eastern part of Egypt (Egypt sent commandos two weeks ago in the Sinai fearing an israeli invasion), dismantle all the North Africa, invade Syria before their 'moschiah', the invisible man living in the skies, can come to Jerusalem to claim his rule over the world...
 
Hamas denies responsibility for attack near Eilat





Hamas denied responsibility for the attack on two Israeli buses, carrying soldiers, near Eilat on Thursday morning that left seven killed and 20 others wounded.



The movement said in a statement that it was not her policy to use lands of other countries to launch attacks on Israeli targets. Israel said that the attackers came from Gaza via the Egyptian territory.


Hamas, however, said that it would be at the forefront of defenders of Gaza in the event Israel ventured to attack it as threatened by its war minister Ehud Barak.


It blamed Israeli atrocities against Palestinian people and holy shrines especially during the holy month of Ramadan provoked millions of Muslims into retaliating to such crimes.


Hamas appealed to the Arab and Islamic countries, the free people of the world, and the international community to shoulder their responsibility toward the Israeli threats against Gaza and its civilian population.


For his part, Abu Obaida, the spokesman for Hamas’s armed wing the Qassam Brigades, warned that the armed wing would strongly retaliate to any aggression on the Strip.


Dr. Salah Al-Bardawil, a Hamas leader, told the PIC that his movement adopts the clear strategy of not using lands of other countries to resist the occupation.


He said that Israel was trying to evade its internal crises by attacking Gaza, adding that his movement would not remain arms folded vis-à-vis any aggression.

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