We will not go down

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by sameeh55, Jan 11, 2009.

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  2. your fear is proof that you will
  3. Lucrum


    ...on who?
  4. Who are we, sameeh, Hamas? Anyway, whoever you are, you are going down. The gloves are off in case you have not noticed:

    Military Intelligence chief Major General Amos Yadlin told the Cabinet on Sunday that the Islamist organization's ability to fight has been hurt by the devastating assault Israel launched Dec. 27.
    He said Hamas was now suffering from ammunition shortages and has been hard hit by the deaths of senior militants.

    But despite this, Yadlin said the group is not expected to raise a white flag. Shin Bet security service chief Yuval Diskin told the Cabinet that many Gazans were furious with Hamas for bringing a disaster on Gaza.

    Yehezkel also told reporters that Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip were hiding in foreign diplomatic missions in an effort to elude Israeli forces. "The leaders of Hamas and the armed wing are hiding in bunkers, hospitals and foreign missions," Yehezkel said, basing his information on an intelligence briefing received by ministers.

    Fatah-affiliated Web site: Senior Hamas military commanders fled to Egypt
    An Internet site affiliated with Fatah reported Sunday that top ranking members of Hamas' military have escaped to Egypt.

    According to the report, some of the most senior commanders of the military wing, including Ra'ad al-Atar, commander of Hamas' military wing in Rafah, and Mohammad Sanwar, commander of Azz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades in Khan Yunis and one of the militants reportedly behind the abduction of Israel Defense Forcers soldier Gilad Shalit, managed to flee to the Sinai town of el-Arish.

    According to the report, other Hamas seniors, including Yichi al-Abassi, a member of the Hamas government in Gaza, also crossed into Egypt. The report has not been verified by Israeli sources.
  5. Actually, A Pali chick would have to be out of her mind to go down on <i>anyone</i>! Otherwise, she'd find herself beheaded by her own <i>hamula</i>, yet another victim of so-called honor killing.