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Netanyahu: "We will never apologize for defending ourselves"

Israel's PM speaks eloquently as to their enforcement of the Gaza blockade.

This needs to go viral:

Crossposted at Brutally Honest.


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Selah! We stand with Israel... (Below threshold)
Chakademus:

Selah! We stand with Israel.

Good for Israel. It appear... (Below threshold)
mag:

Good for Israel. It appears it is the only country in the world that truly understands the threat from these islamic terrorists. And they have every right to do whatever it takes to keep their people safe. Right now I am more proud of Israel gov't, than mine own!
They should tell the rest of the world to go to hell...the world might not be behind them, but I think God is.

And Our President says:... (Below threshold)
epador:

And Our President says:

We will apologize and not defend ourselves!

I see Epador said exactly w... (Below threshold)

I see Epador said exactly what I would have. Ditto.

Meanwhile, the case against... (Below threshold)
gary gulrud:

Meanwhile, the case against the Hutaree militarists(Christian insurgents) falls apart over prosecutorial incompetence and lack of evidence-the sole DHS pursuit of anti-government conspirators ahead of a plan and steps toward execution.

Anti-Amerikkkan moonbattery. Thanks a ton, Obots.

There is no need to apologi... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

There is no need to apologize in defense of self and country. Unfortunately the forces aligned against Israel seek to annihilate it and will use any pretext to do so.

s there any doubt that the ... (Below threshold)
recovered liberal democrat:

s there any doubt that the terrorist supporting governments, that seek the total destruction of Israel, sense weakness and lack of resolve in this fraud of a president? Not in my mind.

Is there..... problem getti... (Below threshold)
recovered liberal democrat:

Is there..... problem getting posted this morning....don't know why.

Nor should he..... (Below threshold)
914:

Nor should he..

Ironically enough the peopl... (Below threshold)
Tsar Nicholas II:

Ironically enough the people who will most vehemently disagree with Netanyahu are Arab terrorists, European anti-Semites and anti-Semitic leftists on U.S. college and university campuses.

Have you ever heard Arafat,... (Below threshold)
914:

Have you ever heard Arafat, Saed or any other Palestinian spokesperson ever acknowledge regret at the loss of Jewish lives? I recall them telling the barbarians to quiet down the dancing, singing and laughing in the streets on 911 but everytime they blew a nightclub or bus to hell they blamed the Jews for being there and said this is what you get when you wont give us your land.

They must be the anti semit... (Below threshold)
914:

They must be the anti semites that jim x was referring to yesterday.

I see bryanD has arrived, w... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

I see bryanD has arrived, wants to show us how he can piss on his own foot and look on it as an 'accomplishment'.

So bryanD, you're a "Truther"?

The world must going mad wh... (Below threshold)
Constitution First:

The world must going mad when terrorists dictate the terms, and people who think themselves honest, delude themselves into a lie. It's like it's 1936 all over again.

Israel is being attacked from every-side and our own pitiful excuse of a leader can't decide to back the terrorists or our only stedfast friend and ally in the Middle-East region.

I would suggest the US trading Netanyahu for Øbama, but the would be to Israel's detriment. I wouldn't wish that kind of trouble on a friend.

I stand behind Israel

Netanyahu was forced into a... (Below threshold)
Paul Hooson:

Netanyahu was forced into a difficult no-win situation here. If he allowed a massive number of arms to flow to Hamas resulting in the deaths of Israeli civilians, then he would face public condemnation at home. On the other, bad intelligence information where no arms were found and deaths took place on the preemptive raids have led to a chorus of condemnation at home and abroad for the Prime Minister.

Is it easy to provide security for citizens and rule a nation at war with terrorism? The answer is clearly no.

"Netanyahu was forced into ... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

"Netanyahu was forced into a difficult no-win situation here."

Sorta 'damned if you do, damned if you don't'.

And like, EVERYONE knows (Clinton, Kerry, Gore) Saadam has WMD. Which when found to be in error (or he got rid of them in Iran or Syria), was quickly turned into "Bush lied!"(TM).

Nice thing about boats. If you're carrying what you're not supposed to, and you see a roadblock headed your way, over the side it goes.

"...bad intelligence inform... (Below threshold)
Upset Old Guy:

"...bad intelligence information where no arms were found and deaths took place on the preemptive raids have led to a chorus of condemnation at home and abroad for the Prime Minister."

Hooson, are you deliberately mis-characterizing this situation just so you can imply that Netanyahu would only act to avoid condemnation at home? That protecting the Israeli people and Israel was not foremost in his mind?

BTW, it's a blockade. Either you stop ships from entering or you don't have a blockade.

Thursday:"While Obam... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Thursday:
"While Obama said the deaths of nine people were unnecessary, he said the U.S. wants to wait for "an investigation of international standards" to determine the facts. "

Crap! Didn't this guy learn from last time? Okay Barry, this presage another photo-op "Beer Conference"?

That accomplished a lot, didn't it. So far, your 'diplomatic' record is perfect. A perfect ZERO!

Paul, it seemed to me there... (Below threshold)
Jim Addison:

Paul, it seemed to me there were plenty of weapons on the blockade runners, they just didn't have a cargo of arms. But every bit of cargo was stuff that is routinely shipped to Gaza overland, and NONE was anything in short supply, so there was NO "humanitarian" reason to run the blockade, the cargo could have been offloaded at an Israeli port instead.

The terrorist groups and sympathizers who funded this "mission" meant to do only one thing: provoke a confrontation and win more "international condemnation" of Israel from the usual useful idiots.

The blockade is there because the thousands of rockets and bombs which have been used against Israeli civilians over the last several years from Gaza were not manufactured in Gaza, but they did come from SOMEWHERE. And the ONLY point of breaking the blockade is to get that supply route reopened.

Sunk any terrorist ships la... (Below threshold)
914:

Sunk any terrorist ships lately? Next question.

"Netanyahu: "We will never ... (Below threshold)
914:

"Netanyahu: "We will never apologize for defending ourselves""


We did Bebe, We elected jihadHussein!

Amazing when one of the wor... (Below threshold)
olsoljer:

Amazing when one of the world's smallest nations has (collectively) a bigger set of balls than one of the world's largest nations. Being politically correct is like taking a pillow to a gunfight.




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