Israel’s Reason for not taking back the Strip

Israel’s Reason for not taking back the Strip!

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Who wants to be responsible for a Slimy Arm Pit

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The Strip has been a Thorn in Israel’s side since Joshua’s Time!

February 29, 2008

Israel does not want to again be in the position of being classified as an occupier of the Gaza Strip, especially since it is more trouble than it is worth! I have been trying to make this point since Israel pulled out.

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My three articles from last year,

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which precede the DEBKAfile article on the Gaza Strip, give good reasons why Israel is so hesitant to take it back by a major IDF ground war.

However, the pressure is becoming extreme for Israel to launch a major IDF ground operation into the Strip without reoccupying it, and it does seem likely they will soon yield to this ever mounting pressure.

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I feel confident the operation they have in mind will stun Hamas. In the end such an operation could well lead to a long term hudna between Hamas and Israel. If Israel was able to inflict a heavy blow to Hamas forces, I believe Hamas would seek a long term Hudna to rebuild its strength.

There has never been any question that all this Middle East madness will eventually lead to the last great war of the Age of the Gentiles, but I have long believed that a hudna or long term truce will be reached with Hamas before such a war begins.

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Archive Article 1

The Gaza Strip – The Armpit of Israel that will not go Away!

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March 14, 2007

The human ability to find ways to escape the inevitable is astounding!

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If someone asks a group of people, “Please raise your hand if you think you will die one day?” – All hands should rise. If a second question was then asked, “How many of you that lifted your hands, believe you will die today?” – The response would be nil! In essence, we all believe we will eventually leave this flesh or be buried in it, but the event is always going to be tomorrow, not today.

The cauldron just keeps on boiling as the witches of Hizbollah stir it on Israel’s northern border, while several terrorist groups on its southern border mix their poisonous Gaza ingredients into the mixture.

It is difficult for me to understand how anyone, believer or unbeliever, can believe this hodge-podge of mass confusion and Middle East hatred, will end up any other way than in a great Middle East War. There is a question only to when it will begin in earnest!

Since I am a believer, and thoroughly convinced the conflict is an event of the near future, there is little I can do, except to warn believers to watch and keep their garments while they wait, and to warn unbelievers to turn to the mercy of God in Christ Jesus before it is too late.

Archive Article 2

Gaza, Gaza, Go Away, Let Hell Break Out Another Day!

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June 13, 2007

Israel is growing closer and closer to her date with prophetic destiny. The Gaza Strip, the homeland of the uncircumcised Philistines, has always been a thorn in Israel’s side that seems impossible to pull out. It is the smelly armpit of the Middle East, and will play a major role in the events that one day lead up to the initial Islamic attack that sets off a war.

Archive Article 3

The Slime Pit of Israel just will not go away!

November 9, 2007

Gaza, the slime pit of Israel, has been a thorn in Israel’s side since the days of the Philistines. If the Gaza Strip slipped into the Mediterranean Sea during an earthquake, the tears shed by Israel would be like those shed by an alligator while digesting a large meal due to internal stress in its digestive processes.

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Judging from Article 1 from the Jerusalem Post, Israel intends to hold off on launching a major operation into the Gaza Strip until after the 26th of November Annapolis Conference. And according to statements in Article 2, there will be “a hot time in the old town tonight” when the operation is eventually launched.

Begin Jerusalem Post Article 1 (November 9, 2007)

‘Israel planning large Gaza operation’


November 9, 2007

Israel has informed PA authorities in Ramallah of its intention to send the IDF into the Gaza Strip in order to regain control of the Philadelphi Corridor and put an end to Hamas smuggling of weapons and cash through tunnels from the Egyptian side of the border, the London-based Al-Quds Al-Arabi reported Friday morning.

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According to the report, Israel has told a number of Arab states that after the November 26 Annapolis conference it intends to embark on an extensive operation in the Strip.

Palestinian sources received explicite information stating that during the projected first stage of the operation, Israel is determined to gain control of Rafah and areas along the Egyptian border ranging as far as Khan Yunis, the paper said. The second stage will reportedly include an incursion into the central and northern Gaza Strip.

According to Al-Quds Al-Arabi’s sources, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who rejected out of hand Israel’s plan to recapture the Philadelphi Corridor, intends to send emissaries to regional countries in an effort to convey the sense of urgency regarding the danger of an Israeli incursion.

Abbas, the paper said, will state that an Israeli incursion would destroy the Gaza Strip and its infrastructure.

Begin Today’s DEBKAfile Article

Some 35 missiles fired at Ashkelon and Sderot on second day of massive Palestinian offensive

February 28, 2008, 5:16 PM (GMT+02:00)

Eight extended-range Grad or Katyusha rockets blast several Ashkelon districts leaving 18 people injured, mostly shock victims, reaching the northernmost point in the town reached so far.

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A house was hit directly, another first. Eight missiles struck Sderot, two exploding in the town’s main square and its banking center.

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DEBKAfile’s military sources report that the Israeli air force continued to pick off armed Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, with no perceptible effect on their blitz against Israeli civilian locations around the territory’s perimeter. Six missile teams were hit Thursday.

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They fire from Gaza’s school buildings, rooftops, playgrounds and underground pits, using civilians and children as human shields.

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Efforts are being made to preserve a semblance of normality in those towns and villages in the face of the constant assaults amid persistent questions as to why the IDF is not summoned to battle.

Schools opened Thursday morning for classes, although children were not permitted to play outside.

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Studies resumed at the Sapir College along with the registration of students for the next academic year. In the afternoon, students and faculty attended the funeral of the student Ronnie Yihya, who died on campus from a direct missile hit. He was buried at Moshav Bitchah, where he lived with his wife and four children.

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