Friday, June 03, 2011

Planned Invasions on Israel
Nadene Goldfoot
This weekend will be the scene of a mass march upon Israel from the Palestinians and their cohorts.
"The "Naksa Day" demonstrations are the latest addition to a comprehensive strategy intended to de-legitimize the State of Israel. A newly created day of protest, an-Naksa ("the setback" in Arabic) aims to commemorate the Arab defeat in the 1967 war where Israel preemptively struck against enemies following aggressive actions against Israel.



Israel is intent on maintaining a peaceful state of affairs but must preserve its territorial integrity, as well as the obligation to protect its civilians."

 A flotilla will be coming supposedly the end of June or in July to breech  Israel's blockade on Gaza  even though the UN secretary has advised flotilla participiants not to do this.   Israel knows that Hamas in Gaza have stockpiled more than 10,000 missiles already and somehow the number is growing.  In April 9th Hamas shot 133 rockets at 7 Israeli cities.  Egypt, under their new leadership, has opened up Gaza with an entrance to Egypt. 

Now the Palestinians have planned a fly-in for July 8th.  500 people have planned to fly in to protest the security fence in Judea/Samaria.  They don't want to accept the fact that this is keeping more Israelis alive than when they didn't have it. 

Palestinians plan on flying in from Europe, North and South American, Asia and Africa.  Most will be flying out from Germany.  There are 15 other organizations including the ever-there International Solidarity Movement who also have weekly protests planned. 

The Hamas linked website is telling people to take commercial flights on Saturday and Sunday for marches, rallies and most likely riots in Israel. 

Their practice session was in May when Israel commemorated their 63rd birthday.  Some were killed during that invasion.  Israel is more prepared now. 

http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id=223450
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