A death cult reignites its terror against Israeli civilians. The “Israeli-Palestinian conflict” is spinning out of control toward another possible all-out war. Blame should, of course, fall on the Palestinian terrorists operating from Gaza, who have once again fired hundreds of rockets inside Israel against civilian targets. After a barrage of rocket attacks, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) struck back. The Palestinians are complaining. Here we go again. The pattern is very familiar by now. Palestinians use a pretext to start a riot. The Israeli police and security forces respond proportionately. The Palestinians up the ante, prompting a further Israeli response. Then Palestinian terrorists in Gaza use the territory they control to launch rocket attacks into Israel against civilian targets. Israel warns the terrorists to stop the rocket fire, which the terrorists ignore. After the Israeli military retaliates proportionately in an effort to target the terrorists responsible for the rocket attacks and their facilities, Palestinian government leaders cry foul.
Israel has killed a top Hamas commander in a strike against the terror group. “We just killed the commander of the Hamas anti-tank missile unit, Iyad Fathi Faik Sharir. He was in charge of carrying out anti-tank missile attacks on Israel. Our aircraft are currently striking additional terror targets in Gaza,” the Israel Defense Force tweeted Tuesday while carrying out attacks in the Gaza Strip. Israel continued to launch attacks against the Hamas terror group in retaliation for hundreds of rockets Hamas fired upon Israel and its capital, Jerusalem. Israel began its strikes late Monday and has continued to hit Palestinian terrorist targets throughout the day Tuesday. The Israel Defense Forces hit more than 130 Hamas military installations, including weapons manufacturing and intelligence sites. The IDF said in a statement Tuesday: Overnight, in response to continuous rocket fire from the Gaza Strip at Israeli territory, the IDF struck over 130 terror targets belonging to terror organizations in the Gaza Strip. In the first and second stages of the strikes, IDF fighter jets, attack helicopters and aircraft struck weapons manufacturing sites belonging to the Hamas terror organization.
The recent execution of a Coptic Christian man in the Sinai is a reminder that the peninsula is a hotbed of wanton, jihadi terrorism in dire need of a crackdown. Although the murder of 62-year-old Nabil H. Salama was videotaped in an Islamic State propaganda video — meaning it received some media attention in the West — much lesser known is that the Muslim terrorists have been terrorizing, massacring, and displacing the small Coptic community for years in the Sinai. Early 2017 probably saw the worst atrocities. Then, the Islamic State in Sinai had released a video promising more attacks on the “worshipers of the cross,” a reference to the Copts of Egypt; the terrorists also referred to the Copts as their “favorite prey” and the “infidels who are empowering the West against Muslim nations.”
A court in Nanterre found the former presidential candidate and French far-right political star had not broken hate speech laws by publishing gruesome images on Islamist atrocities on Twitter. The charges stemmed from a tweet in late 2015. In the wake of Paris terror attacks, in which Islamists killed 130 people, Le Pen posted three images of atrocities committed by the so-called “Islamic State” (IS) terror militia. These included an image showing the beheaded body of US journalist James Foley, which Le Pen claimed highlighted what she said was the absurdity of comparisons of her far-right political party National Front — now called “National Rally” — to IS. Le Pen, who will likely face incumbent Emmanuel Macron in the 2022 French presidential election, called the charges “politically motivated.”
Retired French billionaire businessman-politician, Bernard Tapie and his wife, Dominique, were brutally beaten, tied up, and robbed in their home by four Muslim invaders from Africa posing as refugees. RAIR Foundation “Four hooded “men” have attacked and beaten up former Adidas manager Bernard Tapie and his wife in their home. The four alleged perpetrators are said to be three Africans and one North African, police sources said. Piquant, because Tapie is an outspoken “refugee friend”.
Turkey, a US regional ally and NATO member, has slammed the move as “political opportunism.” It is the first time that the United States has used the term to refer to the massacre of Armenians by Ottoman forces in 1915. The United States recognizes the 1915 massacre of as many as 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire as genocide, President Joe Biden said in a statement on Saturday. The announcement came on the day that Armenians worldwide mark Genocide Remembrance Day. “We remember the lives of all those who died in the Ottoman-era Armenian genocide and recommit ourselves to preventing such an atrocity from ever again occurring,” said Biden. “And we remember, so that we remain ever-vigilant against the corrosive influence of hate in all its forms … The American people honor all those Armenians who perished in the genocide that began 106 years ago today … We affirm the history. We do this not to cast blame but to ensure that what happened is never repeated,” he added.