Operation Israel

Discussion in 'Other Countries' started by Anonymous, Nov 16, 2012.

  1. Roger.Guy Member

    Je suis pas légion (tout seul, sauf d'autres kon rien fait, et vous ?)
  2. Anonymous Member

    You know what I take my words back. This is the most selfish country ever created. I don't know about Palestinian's. Here we can't live in peace, this country mocking upone its people!
  3. Anonymous Member

    Tolerance is so obvious and yet so rare. Thanks for posting that.

    I liked everything in that piece except for one surprising thing.

    quote:Some measures that could serve to heal our wounds are [...] religious tolerance and respecting all faiths including Abrahamic (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) and non-Abrahamic monotheism (like the Bahá’í faith, Sikhism, and Zoroastrianism) as well as agnosticism and atheism.

    I find it amusing that he left out polytheistic religions such as the religions of India and China. Even if this was an inadvertent omission, since he does say "all faiths" it's a sign that old prejudices die hard.
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  5. Anonymous Member

    According to the book of Paul the only way Christians can get to heaven is through the help of the Jews.
    u fail at black PR
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  6. The Wrong Guy Member

    'Anonymous' a little less so, thanks to Israeli hackers | The Times of Israel

    Worldwide hacker group again targets Israel, but an Israeli ‘task force’ has come up with a new tactic to fight back

    By David Shamah, May 24, 2013

    After April’s largely unsuccessful campaign by Anonymous and Arab hackers, #OpIsrael, to “remove Israel from the Internet,” a second round of hack attacks against Israeli sites, “OpIsrael Reloaded,” is planned for Saturday. The followup campaign seeks to demonstrate that Israel did indeed sustain a great deal of damage and economic loss during the first effort.

    The campaign has picked up some steam on hacker networks, but is unlikely to be as large as #OpIsrael. There were dozens of YouTube videos “advertising” that campaign with hundreds of thousands of views, while #OpIsraelReloaded showed up just a few times on the site, with only a few thousand views recorded, as of Thursday evening. Nevertheless, system administrators in government and enterprise are redoubling their network defenses to ensure that they weather the coming storm.

    This time, however, the identities of the Anonymous hackers planning the attack are a little less, well, Anonymous. Born on the eve of the original #OpIsrael in April, a pro-Israel hacker team called the Israel Elite Force (IEF) has been responding in kind, defacing sites in Arab countries and publishing what it claims are names and passwords for credit card, Facebook, bank and email accounts, and other information that is supposed to be secure.

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  7. "By way of deception shalt thou wage war."

    They could have posted anyone's dox and claimed they were Anons. If the Goyim believe and are thus deterred, it's just as good as having the real data.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    I guess the infidels will be converted to your religion Congo_Joe, whether by force or by trickery. amirite
  9. Boudeg Member

    The underdogs are the ones that need supporting in my opinion. Thanks to the U.S. that's not Israel.

    And they need supporting not by giving them guns and ammo but by giving them concessions and some of their land back.

    The problem is the black cult zionists not the jews.
  10. I disagree with this statement, but thanks for playing.
  11. Boudeg Member

    Didn't realise it was a game but your welcome....

  12. bro, i am just as anonymous as you are, and probably a lot olderchan and know a lot more than u, lol.
    And, i do not support the initiative you posted a propaganda photo of above.
    Does not want.

    protip: at this point in time, these latter anonymous copycats are about as effective as the sales girls at hot topic selling bellybutton rings and leather studded bracelets. in other words, it is a joke.
    And to be so terribly self-important is to not understand the original anonymous.

    good day.
  13. The Wrong Guy Member

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  14. Abbas Builds Himself a $13 Million Royal Palace

    Sprawling mansion replete with helipads being built outside Ramallah, as Arab journalist laments 'PA corruption obvious on the ground.'

    First Publish: 8/26/2015, 10:00 AM

    Mahmoud Abbas
    Flash 90
    Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas is building a $13 million palace for himself in Ramallah, the PA governmental seat in Samaria, as revealed in an official website recently.
    The Palestinian Economic Council for Development and Reconstruction (PECDAR) official website published an announcement of the massive construction project.
    PECDAR, established by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) terror group in 1993 as part of the Oslo Accords, posted "The Presidential Guest Palace in Surda, Ramallah" as a two year project. Abbas often refers to himself as the "president of Palestine," leaving no doubts that the palace is indeed intended for his luxury.
    The palace is to sprawl over 27,000 square meters of land, and is itself to be 4,700 square meters in size. Along with the palace, a "building for the Presidential Administration and Guards" is also to be built spanning 4,000 square meters.
    Two helipads for helicopter transport are also to be built on the grounds of the palace, which according to architectural sketches on the site - that can be viewed here - is to be nothing short of royal in terms of its design and scale.
    The $13 million for the palace is to be financed by the PLO's budget, which is deeply debt ridden and largely propped up by US donations.
    According to the PECDAR website, "donor's funds are disbursed effectively and efficiently and in the most transparent manner. Funds are project oriented in accordance with national priorities."
    The website adds that PEDCAR is "accountable to a Board of Trustees which is headed by President Mahmoud Abbas."
    The fact that PEDCAR, which answers to Abbas, found the construction of a $13 million palace for Abbas to be a "national priority" throws into further relief the massive corruption in the PA, where Abbas continues to rule despite his term having expired in January 2009.


    "PA corruption is obvious on the ground"
    Arab journalist Khaled Abu Toameh wrote an article in the Gatestone Institute last week detailing the corruption, after PLO unity government Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah the same week told visiting Congressman Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), Majority Leader of the US House of Representatives, that the US invested $4.5 billion into the Palestinian cause over the last 20 years.
    Abu Toameh pointed out that figure did not include money forked over to the PA, and noted that "Palestinian economic analysts estimate that the PA has received a total of $25 billion in financial aid from the U.S. and other countries during the past two decades," ever since the PA was established in the Oslo Accords.
    "One does not have to be an expert on Palestinian affairs to see that the billions of dollars have neither created democracy for the Palestinians nor boosted the Israeli-Palestinian peace process."
    The journalist noted that the PA was "actually a one-man show called Yasser Arafat; he and his cronies were the main benefactors of American and European taxpayers' money. ...At the time, the assumption in the U.S., Europe and other countries was that a corrupt and repressive Arafat would one day make far-reaching concessions for the sake of peace with Israel."
    Those delusions blew up in the 2000 Camp David talks when Arafat rejected then Prime Minister Ehud Barak's unprecedented concession offers, and went on to launch the Second Intifada terror war.
    In comments that echo resoundingly given the new palace construction project, Abu Toameh wrote, "one does not need to ask Palestinian Authority officials about the way they spent the American aid money because the reality on the ground is too obvious. The PA took the billions of dollars and continues to operate as a corrupt and undemocratic regime. Democracy is the last thing the Palestinians expect to see from the PA or Hamas."
  15. Palestinian Authority has stolen US$31B over 20 years

  16. Donate Member

    I ve nothing to do with that but I am triying to read their two holy sources these days
    any Ideas

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