FROM JAY - GAZA AND ISRAEL UNDER ATTACK BOMBING OF GAZA RESUMESAfter a small moment of calm for a handful of hours, Israel Defense Forces begin Bombing Gaza again, targeting terrorists that have started launching rockets again at Israel on Tuesday and Wednesday. Below is the news for the last 2 days. Hamas and Terrorist organizations in Gaza unilaterally declared a cease fire with Israel - -Israel said that the ceasefire was up to them but Isarel never agreed to anything - Israel said they would stop bombing for a time to see if they would stand by their promise - but as noted earlier the term cease fire in the Muslim religion is ‘hudna’ and ‘tahadiya’, which are used by Muslims to describe the ceasefire,ut does not at all mean that the firing of rockets and missiles stops completely. Bedein, an Israeli offical noted that according to Islamic rules, these terms allow the individual who uses them to keep fighting or to stop the fighting as he wishes.
“They can attack and stop attacking whenever they want,” he said. “There is no connection between hudna and tahadiya and a ceasefire. You have to understand the terms.”
The Islam religion and according to Mouhammad allows Muslims to make peace with the enemy as long as it benefits the Muslims and Islam in the loing term, they can lie and decieve as mjuch as they want, peace in the Muslim religion is only offered to advance the goals of Isalm..
ISRAEL HEATING UP AGAIN - - AFTER 175 ROCKETS HIT ISRAEL IN 5 DAYSTUESDAY AUG 23 2011
http://www.jpost.com/Defense/Article.aspx?id=235170 Palestinians: Islamic Jihad member killed in Gaza strike
2 mortar shells fired at Eshkol Regional Council
Attack comes after IAF strike in Gaza Strip kills Islamic Jihad member; spokesman for Hamas medical service says 2 other people wounded
http://www.jpost.com/Defense/Article.aspx?id=235214 Israel beefing up security along Egypt border - - threats of attacks coming
IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen Benny Gantz instituted new defensive measures along Israel's border with Egypt on Wednesday in the wake of intelligence indicating that additional Palestinian terror groups were planning attacks like the one carried out last Thursday by the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC).
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'Egypt planning to destroy Gaza smuggling tunnels' - - Egyptian security forces were mapping the network of tunnels running between the Sinai peninsula and the Gaza Strip in preparation to destroy the smuggling tunnels, Egyptian newspaper Al-Shorouk quoted official sources as saying on Wednesday.
http://www.jpost.com/Headlines/Article.aspx?id=235252 Kaasam rocket hit Israel Wednesday night
Early on Wednesday morning, the Israel Air Force killed an Islamic Jihad operative in the Gaza Strip.
Later on Wednesday morning, two mortar shells fired from Gaza exploded in the Eshkol Regional Council, causing light damage but no injuries.
Also on Wednesday morning, IAF aircraft targeted two militants in seperate locations in the northern Gaza Strip who had launched projectiles at Israel shortly before, the IDF said in a statement.
Kassam rocket falls north of Gaza; no injuries reported - - "Israel will pay a heavy price for this crime," a statement by the Al-Quds Brigade said.
The Home Front Command on Wednesday canceled the Breeza Festival in Ashkelon following rocket fire alerts that have been received for the southern region.
The mortar fire came after the IDF confirmed that a member of the terrorist group Islamic Jihad was killed in a car explosion in the Gaza Strip as a result of an IAF strike.
7 rockets fired from Gaza slam South Wednesday night after Islamic Jihad vows to avenge death of terrorist in IAF air strike. !!! Ceasefire breached again: Rockets hit south near Ashkelon, Ofakim and Eshkol Council No injuries reported
Four Kassam rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip at the Eshkol Regional Council on Wednesday evening in two separate incidents, less than an hour apart. Earlier in the evening, two rockets landed in open land near Ofakim shortly after a Kassam rocket fell in an open field north of the Gaza strip near Ashkelon. No injuries were or damage were reported.
http://www.jpost.com/Defense/Article.aspx?id=235273 ISRAEL STRIKES BACK!! Israeli Airforce strikes Gaza after barrage of rockets slams South Wednesday night - - "
This could lead to another escalation in rocket fire but the IDF will not stand by as Israelis are attacked," one official said.
Libyan arms expected to continue flowing into Sinai
For months, the Sinai Peninsula has been flooded with arms and ammunition looted from Libyan army; much of the weaponry, has made its way into the Gaza Strip via the smuggling tunnels on the Gaza-Egypt border.
Iran Completes Bushehr Turbine TestIranian officials say they successfully tested the turbine at the Bushehr nuclear plant allowing them to enter the final pre-launch phase. They say it will start up at any moment now... TThis is the one Israel struck with the stutnex computer visrus last year when they were going to activate it..Everyone was worried that Israel would bomb it and start a huge war..What will Israel do now that they have fixed it and are starting it up again?http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/ex-iaea-official-warns-of-dirty-bomb-nuclear-material-in-libya-1.380438
Ex-IAEA official warns of 'dirty bomb' nuclear material in Libya - - -
Former IAEA official says Libyan rebels need to secure a nuclear center near Tripoli that has stocks of uranium and other material which could be used to make 'dirty bomb'.
EU, U.S. Draft Sanctions Against SyriaEuropean nations and the U.S. have drafted a resolution which seeks an arms embargo and other sanctions on Assad.
European nations and the United States on Tuesday circulated a draft UN Security Council resolution which seeks an arms embargo and other sanctions aimed at stopping the Syrian government’s ongoing crackdown on protesters.
European Union oil sanctions on Damascus as early as next week.!!!!! Syria moves into town near Iraq border...
AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian forces killed one person and arrested dozens in raids on an eastern tribal region on Wednesday as part of a crackdown on dissent which could lead to
An oil embargo would constitute a major step for the European Union, where several governments have been reluctant so far to target Assad's oil industry because of concerns over potential damage to their commercial interests.
It would also cut off a major source of foreign currency for Syria, which exports over a third of its 385,000 barrels per day oil output to Europe -- mainly the Netherlands, Italy, France and Spain -- accounting for the bulk of its oil exports.
"The whole process could be completed by the end of next week if all goes according to plan," the diplomat said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=336477 Syria Mobilizing Troops Fpr Conflict With U.S and NATO. - President Assad Warned of International Aampaign If He Doesn't Step Asside