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The Israeli Problem

Postby Lordo » Sun Aug 06, 2023 10:48 pm

It would be good to track each day what is going on in this area.

Todays news.

Israeli security forces say they have killed three alleged Palestinian militants in the north of the occupied West Bank, near the Jenin refugee camp.


When you read into the article, you will see this statement:

In a statement, the army said the group was heading to carry out an attack and that an automatic rifle was found in their car.


Two things wrong with this. It cannot be legal to kill people of what they may do. But the second comment is also beyond belief. How can 3 people go out to kill with just one rifle. Of course it is not possible they killed them found no weapons and dropped one into the car.

They must believe that everybody is as stupid as they are. Sooner or later all their wrong doings will bite them in the ass.
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 07, 2023 8:36 pm

Lets see shall we, because you have made assumptions. Nothing what you have said can be backed up with facts.

1) are the security forces supposed to let an attacker kill someone first before stopping them? The answer is no, and it depends.

2) Must there be 3 guns if there are 3 people for the statements to be correct? The answer is no.
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 07, 2023 9:57 pm

I do want to explain it and I normally I do but I feel this is futile as unfortunately some members here have not mastered 1+1 makes 2 yet. We do live in hope that no matter how intellectually challenged an individual is, they will indeed venture to more complicated thoughts.
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 07, 2023 11:10 pm

your answer is unsatisfactory and what you are basically telling me is that you dont have a valid argument. instead of engaging in rational discourse, you chose to resort to insults when none are warranted. Which is typical of YOU, and any person who are losing the debate.

I will say it again, just because there are three people involved, it does not mean that there must be three guns. Why would you even come to such a conclusion?

I have seen video footage of burglaries with multiple people involved but only one burglar has a gun.

Nothing complicated here, :roll:
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 08, 2023 4:51 pm

Would anybody send 3 people with a single weapon to kill and risk losing all three?
Gavole ma ise delya gouttougos.

But we wait in anticipation to see what the lunatics come up with trying to explain whey they only had a single weapon. Of course I could be wrong and there can be another lunatic could send 3 to do a job with a single weapon. Perhaps one can explain why anybody would be so stupid. Faximos you just concentrate on your toilet flushing you hear.

We shall see in good time.
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Maximus » Tue Aug 08, 2023 10:34 pm

How do you know someone sent them? :?
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 08, 2023 11:25 pm

Stop nit picking and tend yo your work.

Of course more importantly lets see the evidence they provide that show they were going out to kill. Which is what they declared in the first place.
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Maximus » Wed Aug 09, 2023 9:30 pm

I am trying to understand how you have gone from these quoted statements

Israeli security forces say they have killed three alleged Palestinian militants in the north of the occupied West Bank, near the Jenin refugee camp.


the army said the group was heading to carry out an attack and that an automatic rifle was found in their car.


To deduce that;

1. There must only be 3 people there because the statement says 3 people were killed (there could have been more people, just not killed)

2. That there must be an equal number of guns to people killed when there doesn't

3. That they were sent by someone when there is no mention of that

This is not nit picking, its elevating the standard of the thread.

If you are not able to answer the questions or even stop to think that about it to check what you are posting, then your commentary is just dross.
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby cyprusgrump » Wed Aug 09, 2023 9:54 pm

Lordo wrote:Stop nit picking and tend yo your work.

Of course more importantly lets see the evidence they provide that show they were going out to kill. Which is what they declared in the first place.



Alternatively, you could provide the evidence to back up your conclusion that the IDF acted illegally... You've obviously made your mind up that they did and won't accept any other alternative solution... :roll:


Perhaps it was just the rifle's birthday and they were taking it out for a treat eh...? :lol:


What a mong...
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Re: The Israeli Problem

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Aug 11, 2023 11:00 am

Let's face it: Israel is not a stable state and it may collapse one day.
Did you know they don't even have a constitution? What's legal and what's not legal in Israel is based on a set of "laws of reasoning". Which may change anytime, just like what happened recently with Nedanyahu's "law of reasoning" that the Supreme Court cannot deal with whatever laws the Parliament passes. That in turn, combined with the absence of constitution and no definite implication of checks and balances, already turned the Govnt to some kind of dictatorship.
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