LastDayWatchers watch and you will see the real failures of Israel (lost & found)
Israel today is under pressure even though the number of rockets launched from Gaza on Tel Aviv and other areas is quite limited, the Iron Dome might be able to intercept a limited number of rockets but it will face a real issue when there is a large number of rockets.
|So when they fail in their confrontation with Gaza, which is besieged and its capabilities are known, then surely they must seriously reconsider their calculations, things are different after the Gaza war than they were before it.|
Israelis want to get us to the point where we fight each other and forget about Israel.
Targeting the Sa'ar 5 corvette is also a decision, this kind of decisions is usually made by the Jihad Council and the secretary general, in his capacity as the commander of the Jihad Council, in consultation and agreement with the brothers
What I am saying is that if you besiege our shore and our ports in any coming war, all of your military and commercial ships heading to Palestine will be under the fire of the Islamic Resistance across the Mediterranean, we are talking about the Mediterranean but we have not mentioned the Red Sea yet.
By wrongly invoking intelligence on alleged weapons of mass destruction, the Bush administration fatally damaged the principle of pre-emption, by decapitating a minority Sunni regime, the invasion paved the way for Iranian projection of power in a country that had been Tehran's most formidable adversary and sparked the sectarian conflict that continues to roil the Levant and Persian Gulf.
By vastly underestimating U.S. force requirements, thousands of Americans were killed or maimed unnecessarily, as were more than 100,000 Iraqis. For none of this has there been any apologies or, it seems, even self-reflection.
Advocates of more robust policy, like McCain, must make a fundamental choice: Either they can attempt to rewrite the history of the last Iraq War and take political pot-shots at the president, or they can acknowledge the folly of the earlier misadventure and, in so doing, begin to build public support for an urgent struggle against a determined, audacious foe.
Getting Americans to view the threats from Iraq with fresh eyes requires politicians to acknowledge the disastrous wrong committed when the United States invaded the country 11 years ago