And who are “israel’s” enemies? The people who’s homeland they robbed and want it back. If they can’t beat “israel” militarily they will wait it out in the reservations. Occupations aren’t forever. “israeli”may call “israel” ‘home’ now, but they’ve been tricked by the Zionist masters. “israel” is not a country, it’s an occupation.
The US war machine:
Our enemies in the Middle East do not defeat our military. They outlast us. They apparently have an inexhaustible supply of volunteers willing to give up their lives in suicide attacks. They are willing to fight on and trade casualties endlessly. They do not subscribe to our rules of war.
They tire us out, and, eventually, we give up and go home.
They refuse to surrender and submit because it is their beliefs, their values, their faith, their traditions, their tribe, their God, their culture, their civilization, their honor that they believe they are fighting for in what is, after all, their land, not ours.
They are not trying to change us. We are trying to change them. And they wish to remain who they are.*
A former Israeli Defence Minister has said that he is “proud” of killing the most Palestinians, Safa news agency reported on Sunday.
Moshe Ya’alon apparently made his comment during a meeting in Herzliya on Saturday night.
Describing the Palestinians and Arabs as “terrorists and enemy soldiers” Ya’alon said that none of the Israeli Knesset or government members had ever killed more Palestinians than him.
According to Safa, the former Israeli Prime Minister and Defence Minister Ehud Barak announced earlier his own pride over killing the biggest number of Palestinians and Arabs in the history of the Israeli army.
In three major offensives led by Barak and Ya’alon against the Palestinians in Gaza between 2008 and 2014, the Israeli occupation forces killed about 4,000 Palestinians and wounded more than 20,000 others.
Ya’alon also called for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign on the grounds of the investigations into his alleged corruption.*
Michael Corleone: I saw a strange thing today. Some rebels were being arrested. One of them pulled the pin on a grenade. He took himself and the captain of the command with him. Now, soldiers are paid to fight; the rebels aren’t.
Hyman Roth: What does that tell you?
Michael Corleone: They could win.