News Religion of Peace at it again....

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  1. Getthepoisonout

    Getthepoisonout I regret my username

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    Four killed, more wounded after gunmen open fire at Tel Aviv market
    Police say two Palestinian gunmen attacked the Sarona open-air market on Wednesday night.

    The shooting happened outside of a Tel Aviv shopping center late Wednesday.

    By IAN DEITCHThe Associated Press
    Wed., June 8, 2016

    JERUSALEM—Two Palestinians opened fire near a popular open-air market in central Tel Aviv on Wednesday night, killing four Israelis and wounding at least five others in one of the deadliest attacks in an eight-month wave of violence.

    The shooting occurred at the Sarona market, a series of restored buildings that have been transformed into a popular tourist spot filled with crowded shops and restaurants. The complex is across the street from Israel’s military headquarters and is often filled with tourists and young soldiers in uniform.

    “Two terrorists opened fire at civilians,” Tel Aviv district police commander Moshe Edri said, adding that one of the detained attackers was being treated for a gunfire wound.

    Police had initially said there might be a third attacker but later ruled that out after extensive searches and examining security camera footage.

    Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Hospital said the four slain Israelis had been brought to the facility in critical condition and later died of their wounds.

    Meital Sassi told Channel 10 TV she was out with her family celebrating her son’s birthday at the Sarona market when she heard shots and “immediately understood it was a terror attack.”

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    Police search a restaurant in Tel Aviv after two gunmen opened fire Wednesday night. At least 3 people were killed, more wounded in the attack. (BAZ RATNER / REUTERS)
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    At least two gunmen opened fire at a popular open-air market in Tel Aviv on Wednesday. Police say at least three people were killed in the attack. (JACK GUEZ / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
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    Police search a restaurant in Tel Aviv after two gunmen opened fire Wednesday night. At least 3 people were killed, more wounded in the attack. (BAZ RATNER / REUTERS)
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    At least two gunmen opened fire at a popular open-air market in Tel Aviv on Wednesday. Police say at least three people were killed in the attack. (JACK GUEZ / AFP/GETTY IMAGES)
    “We ran like lightning with the baby and the stroller,” she said. “I yelled at people who didn’t understand what was happening to run.”

    Channel 10 aired CCTV footage from inside a restaurant showing two men in suits shooting at diners as they run away from their tables. One of the attackers shoots a man on the ground and waves a knife before running out.
    Shlomi Hajaj, director of the market, told the station that security guards at the entrance prevented the attackers from entering, “averting a bigger disaster” as the market was packed with people.

    Police said the two gunmen were members of the same family from the Palestinian village of Yatta, near the West Bank town of Hebron, which has been a flashpoint for violence in recent months.

    Over the last eight months, Palestinians have carried out dozens of attacks on civilians and security forces, mostly stabbings, shootings and car-ramming assaults that have killed 32 Israelis and two Americans. About 200 Palestinians have been killed during that time, most identified as attackers by Israel. The assaults were once near daily incidents but they have become less frequent in recent weeks.

    Most of the attacks have been in east Jerusalem or the West Bank, territories Israel seized from Jordan in the 1967 war that the Palestinians want for their future state.

    But Tel Aviv, Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, has not been spared.

    A member of Israel’s Arab minority went on a shooting rampage on New Year’s Day, killing three people. And in March a Palestinian went on stabbing spree, killing an American and wounding seven other people before he was shot and killed.

    Hamas, the Islamic militant group that rules Gaza, welcomed the attack but did not claim responsibility for it. Hamas official Mushir al-Masri called the shootings a “heroic operation.” The group later issued an official statement promising the “Zionists” with more “surprises” in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with his defence minister and security leaders shortly after the attack.

    U.S. State Department spokesman Mark Toner condemned the “horrific terrorist attack” in a statement, saying “cowardly attacks against innocent civilians can never be justified.”
     
  2. Anfkid

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    Terrible story
     
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    What should we do about this problem in a far-away land?
     
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    SlinkyNeckStern High Pitch Mike Lookalike

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    Fun fact - every liberal woman on the shed looks like this.
     
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    It would be smarter and moral for the Palestinians to stop all their violent acts and take a non violent approach for their grievances.
     
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    They were kinda asking for it you know...shopping in a public place and all.
     
  8. OV

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    Israel in the past has bombed out the houses where the families of these Palestinian vermin lived. Instead of "an eye for an eye", hopefully they again gouge out the entire face.
     
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