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Excellant explanation of this "flotilla" fiasco!

Reader comment on: What Really Happened on the Gaza 'Freedom Flotilla'

Submitted by Ben Zalman (United States), Jun 2, 2010 14:52

The only complaint I have is th plan the IDF Navy exercised! Paint guns! wHAT IS THIS A PICNIC! did THE IDF GUYS THINK THESE TERROIST MAMMZERS WERE GOING TO SERVE THEM TEA AND CAKE. We are dealing here with monsters of Jiahd! The dire scenario is Turkey..once a quazi ally to Israel is now on the enemy list. Turkey is tough! And their swing to radical Islam is dangerosu to the whole world! This artcile shows that the so called humanitarian" gesture to Gaza was a lot of balony. They (the flotilla people) got what they wanted..make Israel look bad! Next time Israel..please dont go in with paint guns...Uzzi's and automatic machine guns and stun grenades will be much better. You Israel should know better what kind of evil people these terrorists are! We Jews have six million reasons to be alert!


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