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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Regional Mideast war (Israel - Egypt - Sryia - Lebanon - Iran - Saudi Arabia) coming in 2013?

As Israel launched a full-scale attack on Gaza with frequent sounds of rockets still being heard in Gaza - killing 13 and injuring over 100 - Hamas vowed to avenge the Israeli strike and the assassination of its military leader Ahmed Jabari.

Hamas stated it will carry out a revenge plan on Israel by sending in suicide bombers and declaring a state of open war.
The commander’s assassination has "opened the gates of hell," the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, were quoted by AFP as saying.
"The occupation committed a dangerous crime and crossed all the red lines, which is considered a declaration of war," he said in a statement. Hamas vowed to "continue the path of resistance."

Read On: Hamas says now in 'open war' with Israel, promises 'gates of hell' 

Palestinians extinguish fire from the car of Ahmaed Jaabari,  head of the military wing of the Hamas movement, the Ezzedin Qassam Brigades, after it was hit by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City on November 14, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)


Israel strikes Gaza, calls up reservists, ready to ‘expand’ operation

The IDF announces a widespread campaign on “terror targets” and begins bombing the Gaza Strip, preparing for a ground operation. This comes after the head of Hamas’ military wing Ahmed Jabari was killed in an Israeli airstrike.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (AFP Photo / Abbas Momani)


 Israel threatens to 'topple' Abbas if Palestinians win statehood - report

Israel’s Foreign Ministry has reportedly proposed “toppling” Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas if a Palestinian bid for state observer status is approved by the UN later this month. It is also allegedly considering annulling the Oslo Peace Accords.
Palestinian statehood
Palestinian men stand on the edge of a crater following an Israeli military air strike in Rafah town in the southern Gaza Strip, on November 11, 2012 (AFP Photo / Said Khatib)


  Israel may invade Gaza over recent cross-border attacks – reports

Israel has not ruled out invading Gaza following cross-border attacks between the IDF and militants. The violence drew comparisons to the 2009 invasion of Gaza, and some accuse PM Benjamin Netanyahu of orchestrating the unrest as an election ploy.

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