New Hamas attack on Israeli city of Ashkelon

The Islamic terrorist organization Friday launched a Grad missile from Gaza into Ashkelon.

A fresh peace message from Gaza has just hit the ground in the Israeli city of Ashkelon.

On Friday morning Islamic gunmen on the Gaza Strip fired a Grad rocket that exploded in Ashkelon.

This rocket attack on Israel was followed by two mortar shells that landed in Eshkol Regional Council.

The Israeli Air Force responded by hitting several Hamas-linked targets in Gaza overnight, Army Radio reported.

Source: Jerusalem Post and

My comment:

What a nice response to Israel invitation to direct peace talks with the Arab Palestinians.

I guess the telephone lines in Gaza were busy, and the Hamas felt the need to send their message across the border through the open air.

The Russians feels the heat during hottest day ever in Moscow

The Russian capital Moscow has suffered its hottest day on record, with temperatures reaching 39C (102F).

The Russians also felt the heat during communist rule. Now the climate also has turned against them.

A month-long record-breaking heatwave has sparked nearly 50 fires in the Moscow region and the capital is sweltering under a thick layer of smog.

Source: BBC.

My comment:

Let me warn you. Since the return of Jesus is in the pipeline, this is only a warning. Because if you do not repent from your fleshy and sinful desires, you shall also feel the heat. And this burning sensations will never end in the everlasting flames of hell.

Now you chose life or death.

Abbas do not want peace talks, but Israeli surrender

Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas has laid down “impossible” conditions for moving to direct peace talks.

PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas will at the end of the road do what Obama tells him, to ensure the inflow of fresh cast.

This was the warning from Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Silvan Shalom through Israeli Public Radio on Wednesday.

What are the impossible demands:

1. The points of negotiations start from the point they left off at the end of 2008 when Ehud Olmert was prime minister.

2. The talks must be based on a total Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 lines.

3. Israel mot be willing to let the freeze of (settlement) construction continue.

His remarks came ahead of a scheduled meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo on Thursday to decide whether to endorse a move to direct negotiations after nearly three months of US-brokered indirect talks that have shown little sign of progress.

Silvan Shalom

Washington has been pressing the two sides for more than a year to relaunch direct talks which were suspended after the start of the Gaza war in December 2008.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he is ready to meet with Abbas at any time but the Palestinians have demanded certain guarantees they say are necessary to ensure that these talks succeed where past rounds have failed.
Source: AFP.

My comment:

The Arabs lost the 1967 war. Still they wants Israel to revoke their victory, before they are willing to talk about how to reach a peace agreement.

If Israel accept this demands, will there basically be anything else to talk about?

I guess the Arabs wants to move their demands further down the western sloops of the Judean Hills?

The truth is that the Arab nations do not want peace with Israel. They wants to settle the accounts by Islamic terrorism. Hock or by crook, they will make Israel submit to Islam, or destroy her in an all out Pan Arabic war.

Gaza’s new shopping mall

It is amazing how a humanitarian crisis so fast can be transformed into a shopping festival. And still the World blame Israel for the “misery” of the people in Gaza.

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