Hamas Requests Israeli Strikes

Monday, April 17, 2006
Hamas leadership must be feeling a bit ignored by the Israelis. It attempted to rectify that situation by inviting Israel to retaliate for its support of the latest Pali atrocity.

Israel accepted the Hamas invitation and Prime Minister Olmert promised that Israel would rectify its lack of attention to Hamas leadership with alacrity.

Let's hope that the IDF succeeds in making every Hamas leader feel especially wanted in the brief amount of time that those leaders have left in which to be concerned about earthly matters. They deserve Israel's full attention for the rest of their lives.

5 comments:

terrye said...

Hamas has not capacity for originality, they are as predictable as bad children. Very bad.

Pastorius said...

Well said, Rick.

David Thomson said...

I’m hoping that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert doesn’t “allow wiser heads to prevail.” Enough of time wasting diplomacy. Israel has to kill Hamas adherents today. Talking can resume tomorrow. Let the bombs start to fall.

truepeers said...

Well Iran just announced that they will be giving Hamas, or the PA, 50 million to meet payroll. At what point can they be considered to have declared a state of war with Israel, under international law?

Snippet said...

How long are Iran and other governments with serious economic problems going to be able to financially prop up the Palestinians?