DAMASCUS, SYRIA (11:30 P.M)- A car ramming attack near Bethlehem (West Bank) has injured three Israeli Occupation soldiers. The man responsible for the resistance attack is currently on the run from Israeli forces.

Video of Israeli forces crying over injured solider watch:


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The attack took place next to the Palestinian village of Hudar, close to Bethlehem.

Reports in Israeli media outlets such as ‘Jerusalem Post’, alleged that those injured in the attack were “pedestrians”. However video and photographic evidence show Israeli media outlets to be incorrect, the IDF even contradict reports made by Israeli media.

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And these f*g crybabies want to take on Hezbollah and the Iranians in a ground war!!!! Yeah, right!

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Eye for an eye.

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“A car ramming attack near Bethlehem (West Bank)” => Bethlehem is in Judea… Never red a Bible, Inlakekesh? Ooooops, you prefer to use west-bank instead of Judea since Judea means…? It’s high time EU also votes a “Taylor Force Act” : as USA cuts the subsides PNA/PLO gives to responsibles of such acts, EU should cut the same amount, so should Israel, so, for every cent PNA pays to criminals, PNA loses 3… High time Netanyahu to grow bälls and get inspiration from Assad in order to re-take his full country from foreign funded PLO/Hamas/PFLP terrorists and mercenaries. And… How… Read more »

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Habsara Guide for dummies page 17. Nice try, my “french” sayani friend.

Judea was a Roman province, where lived a lot of Roman veterans, so called Judeans. That temple was Roman too, of course.

The oldest “Torah” is from 7th century. So called joos were invented by Romans for their purposes.

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Taqiyya guide for dummies page 666. Nice try, my preferred ghazi creep! “Judea was a Roman province, where lived a lot of Roman veterans, so called Judeans. That temple was Roman too, of course” ROFL… And your Roman soldiers were called Jews I suppose? “The oldest “Torah” is from 7th century. So called joos were invented by Romans for their purposes.” => There was no more Roman empire by the 7th century. 7th century but 7th century BC/BCE which means “Before Christ”/”Before Common Era”… In case you wouldn’t know, the “Codex Vaticanus” is the oldest (definitive) Bible Vatican owns and… Read more »

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Yawn!