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  • Glenn239
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    I see a reference to an Iranian cargo ship with missiles heading for Africa (not Gaza, using the traditional smuggling route), but nothing about warships heading for Gaza.

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  • johnbryan
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    Originally posted by marktwain View Post
    Make for great sunken coral reefs. I beleive they will keep a 'safe distance'.
    Exactly! What a great future tourist attraction for scuba divers!

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  • marktwain
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    Torpex & scrap iron

    Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
    Iran is reportedly sending some of their naval vessels to escort the ship into Gaza. Israel might have something to say about the matter.
    Make for great sunken coral reefs.

    I believe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_reef
    they will keep a 'safe distance'.

    Or the fishings improves...
    Last edited by marktwain; 01 Dec 12, 07:38.

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  • Cyberknight
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    Originally posted by RS116 View Post
    Well, the words of the library worker
    is almost unbeatable argument,
    but long ago dated the nice girl, librarian
    from the Kiev library.
    You can not imagine how much did I
    learn with her

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  • Hida Akechi
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    Originally posted by Frtigern View Post
    Hey, Gaza's a free country and has a right to defend itself against an attack by it neighbors.
    Wait, you need a sarcasm icon if you're going to post comedy. Not to say that Gaza wouldn't have a right to defend itself, but in this context, they started it, and Israel was prepared to finish it. Gaza doesn't have a right to attack its neighbor.

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  • Frtigern
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    Hey, Gaza's a free country and has a right to defend itself against an attack by it neighbors. Iran is simply supporting it's economic interests by selling some rocket powered cylinders to a very interested party. Win-win for those countries. Will the Iran-Israeli War begin off the shores of Gaza?

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  • johnbryan
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    Iran is reportedly sending some of their naval vessels to escort the ship into Gaza. Israel might have something to say about the matter.

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  • Gixxer86g
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    It seems that things may escalate in the near future. :

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/report-israeli-spy-satellites-spot-iranian-ship-being-loaded-with-rockets-for-gaza-1.480303

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  • Glenn239
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    Originally posted by TuffGong View Post
    My friend and I did have always quarrel about this question. He tried always to explain to me, that the hamas fighter are terrorists.
    If they are terrorists, then we in the west have a duty to go in and kill them, both for Israel's sake and for Gaza's sake. (By 'we', I mean other people while I stay back in Canada and play X-box and throw money at the problem) If they are not terrorists, then the west should revoke its official position and treat Hamas as the legitimate government of Gaza.

    We're trying to have our cake and eat it to, and it comes across as hypocritical.

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  • Glenn239
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    Originally posted by GCoyote View Post
    And the fairly well known precondition for recognition from the above mentions states is that Hamas openly renounce terrorism and amend its charter to remove the language on the destruction of Israel.
    Ah, I see, so when a bunch of terrorists just happen to renounce terrorism, then 1.5 million civilians in Gaza will cease being held hostage to the diplomatic shell game we are playing.

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by Hida Akechi View Post
    Dude, don't let him bait you. He's just trolling for emotional outbursts.

    Actually, I'm not- my long career in print media lets me recognise an 'airbrush'- sometimes.

    The Gaza mall is a Potemkin village - when Superstore builds a store twice your size inyour neighbourhood, its at best 'local news'.

    BTW,is there any other type of "outburst"?

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  • marktwain
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    You expressed yourself perfectly well..

    Originally posted by TuffGong View Post
    May I didn´t express myself correct, sorry, I´m still having some problems with your language.

    My friend and I did have always quarrel about this question. He tried always to explain to me, that the hamas fighter are terrorists. Now he is telling me, that they are "legal combatants". He was all the time following our propaganda and I forced him, to use his own, very wide spread opportunities to study this problem along primary sources. I myself did have years ago the luck to follow a disput between some professional historiker and lawers on international laws. Since this I did have always troubel with this friend and I´m not responsibel for the rules, please, but with my little knowledge I am still abel to read and understand, what is written - as it is in my language.
    Unfortunatley, we appear to have at least one on site poster who's a bit of the bully - lately...
    Yopur English is finer than his. No need for an apology!

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  • marktwain
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    Originally posted by RS116 View Post
    Well, the words of the library worker
    is almost unbeatable argument,
    but long ago dated the nice girl, librarian
    from the Kiev library.
    You can not imagine how much did I
    learn with her
    Haven't you made some committments to stop trying to bait posters inthis fora who's views diverge from yours?

    Dude- believe me-= it is 'Occam's Razor". You really should modify your label.

    When have I ever steered you wrong?
    Last edited by marktwain; 24 Nov 12, 06:22.

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  • TuffGong
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    Originally posted by RS116 View Post
    Well, the words of the library worker
    is almost unbeatable argument,
    but long ago dated the nice girl, librarian
    from the Kiev library.
    You can not imagine how much did I
    learn with her
    May I didn´t express myself correct, sorry, I´m still having some problems with your language.

    My friend and I did have always quarrel about this question. He tried always to explain to me, that the hamas fighter are terrorists. Now he is telling me, that they are "legal combatants". He was all the time following our propaganda and I forced him, to use his own, very wide spread opportunities to study this problem along primary sources. I myself did have years ago the luck to follow a disput between some professional historiker and lawers on international laws. Since this I did have always troubel with this friend and I´m not responsibel for the rules, please, but with my little knowledge I am still abel to read and understand, what is written - as it is in my language.

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  • Destroyer25
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    Originally posted by TuffGong View Post
    One of my friends who is working in the greatest bibliothek in Cologne has checked for himself what about the palestinian fighters. He told me now to my full surprise, that they are "legal combatants"and confirmed after so much "civil wars" between us my "point of view" on it.
    Oh, well a Librarian said it, so it must be true.

    Hamas is an illegal terrorist organization that supports having a second Holocaust. Supporting Hamas makes you a Nazi and a Fascist, which is illegal in your country.

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