A Bump start for the Middle East Peace Process?

#1
Running out of grown up perhaps

Taken from the Jerusalem Post this evening

Another boy-bomber caught at Hawara
By MARGOT DUDKEVITCH




Husam Abdu, who was nabbed at Hawara in March 2004.
Photo: AP [file]


Mahmoud Tabouk nabbed at Hawara checkpoint February 2005


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A 15-year-old Palestinian carrying five pipe bombs was arrested by soldiers at the Hawara checkpoint outside of Nablus when he attempted to detonate one of the bombs near them.

Soldiers' suspicions were aroused when the youth reached the checkpoint wearing a coat despite the hot weather. The soldiers stopped him and asked him to remove his coat; he lit a match in an attempt to detonate one of the bombs but dropped it when a soldier aimed his weapon at him. Inside the coat soldiers found four other pipe bombs. The youth was handed over to the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) for questioning and sappers blew up the bombs.

The checkpoint has been the scene of numerous attempts to either smuggle bombs through to others waiting on the other side or blow up near soldiers.

In February this year, Mahmoud Tabouk, 15, was arrested by soldiers at the checkpoint after he was caught carrying an explosives belt, a makeshift rifle and M16 bullets that he was to hand over to someone on the other side. Last October a female would be suicide bomber was arrested at the checkpoint en route to launch an attack in Israel. Last March soldiers prevented Husam Abdu, 14, who wore an explosives belt from blowing up at the checkpoint. The same month soldiers arrested Abdullah Kuran, 11, who acted as a porter at the checkpoint and agreed to carry bags to the other side after receiving NIS5, he was unaware that one contained a 10-kilogram bomb. When he was stopped by soldiers for inspection his dispatchers attempted to detonate the bomb but to no avail.
B'stard Israelis eh.................. wreck the peace process at every turn :evil:
 
#2
Shin Bet, eh? That boy's in for a seriously schoiderliche experience. Those guys don't give a damn whether you're 15 or 51.

The worser one was about the kid who didn't even know he was carrying a bomb.
I simply fail to see any way terrorists can stoop any lower...
 
#3
That he was handed over to Shin Bet is not the point :wink:

That he was a recruited suicide bomber and a child at that and was attempting an infiltration of the lines of a Ceasefire Partner is!

And the Israeli murderers didn't shoot him?

What is the world coming too? :roll:
 
#4
Obviously any previous evidence of Israeli aggression can be refuted by one act of Palestinian aggression - take THAT, logic and balance!
 
#5
One act of Palestinian aggression You are then aware of the history of Israel as it exists today? The Israelis fought for their right to EXIST . The Arabs living in the area described as Israel had waged an undeclared war against the Jewish settlers for some 40 years before the end of WW2...argh feck it!

Arabs, in my experience are happy to lie and twist the truth as much as any other goup or race of people...........for proof one only has to refer to the 'Jenin massacre' , much reported by the BBC, that rock of Journalistic integrity. Yet how many people died? Israeli bodies can be viewed spread across our TV screens when there is a Terr atrocity.
 
#6
Sort of despite the fact that they had been living there for some 2000 years?

msr
 
#9
AndyPipkin said:
This is all the fault of the bloody Romans.
And us,yet before that the Arabs had managed to produce?

Shit about theoretical Mathematics...we are talking arid land, deserts and others and the Israeli Land lords who changed shoite into
 
#10
Actually, Palestine and Palestianian associations with nationhood are completely made up, principally by our favourite Egyptian, Yassir Arafat.
Until recently, Palestine was simply a geographic term that included Jordan, like Europe or the British Isles. Palestine is in fact more accurately described as Southern Syria or Canaan.

This has taken place in conjunction with a precipitous decline for the area, as the Palestinians as we know call them used to be the probably most educated people in the entire region before they descended into squalor.
As such, Palestine is in some ways the ultimate representation of modern Islam: Where once there was science, tolerance and wealth there is now...whatever word you prefer.

And, well, the Romans did kill Jesus. That's a biggie. Although many people believe it was the Jews. Thanks to the same kind of propaganda that - guess who - the Palestinians and Co. use today.
 
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#11
cheesypoptart said:
Actually, Palestine and Palestianian associations with nationhood are completely made up, principally by our favourite Egyptian, Yassir Arafat.
Until recently, Palestine was simply a geographic term that included Jordan, like Europe or the British Isles. Palestine is in fact more accurately described as Southern Syria or Canaan.

This has taken place in conjunction with a precipitous decline for the area, as the Palestinians as we know call them used to be the probably most educated people in the entire region before they descended into squalor.
As such, Palestine is in some ways the ultimate representation of modern Islam: Where once there was science, tolerance and wealth there is now...whatever word you prefer.

And, well, the Romans did kill Jesus. That's a biggie. Although many people believe it was the Jews. Thanks to the same kind of propaganda that - guess who - the Palestinians and Co. use today.
Bad theology and cr@pper history.

Modern Jews (people) are not the same as Biblical Jews (people), most are slavs ethnically. And it was the Jews (religion) that killed Christ.

"Oh hello! We want to move into your country, take it over, and throw you out, you don't mind do you but the west is feeling in a bit of a funk about what the boxheads have being doing recently and are feeling a bit guilty?"

Bit like Bradford.
 

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