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Military Situation In Palestine On June 25, 2020 (Map Update)

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Military Situation In Palestine On June 25, 2020 (Map Update)

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A brief overview of the recent developments in Palestine:

  • A Palestinian was shot dead and 38 others were wounded in clashes with the Israel Defense Forces in the town of Abu Dis of the Jerusalem Governorate;
  • Israeli forces arrested 14 Palestinians in Hebron, Jenin and Qalqilya in the West Bank;
  • Israeli forces destroyed two Palestinian homes in the village of Anata North-East of Jerusalem;
  • Israeli forces used grenades with a toxic gas during the invasion of the village of Fasail North of Jericho;
  • A delegation from Hamas, headed by Ismail Haniyeh, met with Russian Special Presidential Representative for the Middle East and Africa Mikhail Bogdanov in Qatar.


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  1. <> says:

    First – it’s military situation in ISRAEL. Palestine is not a state till they sign a peace deal with us, which they refuse.
    Second – We use alot of force to stop any hostile actions against our army and citizens, and we are not ashamed to admit it. It’s those actions that save Israeli lives in big numbers, which we are proud of.
    Third – Hamas threatened today to stack a military campaign against us if we annex the Jordan Valley, I hope they keep their word so we can start our operation, God knows how much we wait for it especially me.

    1. RichardD says:

      “Of the 193 member states of the United Nations, 138 … have recognised the State of Palestine as of 31 July 2019.”

      – International recognition of the State of Palestine –


      “Israel has diplomatic relations with 162 of the 193 UN member states as of December 2019. … Thirty-one UN member states do not recognize Israel.”

      – Foreign relations of Israel –

      Foreign relations of Israel

    2. RichardD says:

      From 100 years ago:

      “It concluded that the only way to establish a viable Jewish state would be with armed force to enforce it. This was precisely what the Commission wanted to avoid, so they dismissed the idea, saying that Zionists anticipated “a practically complete dispossession of the present non-Jewish inhabitants to Palestine”

      – King–Crane Commission –


  2. Assad must stay says:

    Is hamas legit or israeli controlled/created?

    1. LibertyIsGreat says:

      Is Assad legit or controlled/created?

      1. Assad must stay says:

        What do.you think?

        1. LibertyIsGreat says:

          He is a loser Arab dictator like every one that has come before him and that will come after him.

          1. Assad must stay says:

            totally wrong schmuckface

    2. Black Waters says:

      It’s Mossad sadly, created by Israel to justify the occupation by force.

      1. Assad must stay says:

        Yea I heard that before somewhere, but how would it justify it?

        1. Black Waters says:

          Do you remember when they say that Israel was protecting himself from rocket attacks from hamas? (prehistoric rockets that they could completely obliterate without effort) but someway it hit most of the targets allowing Israel to heavily retaliate, well it serves to push more control on palestine population, the police behavior became even worst than normal, and slowly it occupying the zones that aren’t under israel’s control, it works because it makes jews feel unsafe running to the politicians for help (when they don’t knew that it was the political party the one who create such situation)

          Playing with public opinion to manipulate their favor to do as they want by false flag operations.

        2. Black Waters says:

          It isnt one particular time, but many times that they did this to keep pushing for more controls and expansionism.

  3. LibertyIsGreat says:

    Is this a joke? Military situation in Palestine? 1) Palestine does not exist and never did.

    Does anyone know where I can get articles about military situation in Palestine during the Ottoman’s occupation of 400 years? I heard Palestinians were fighting the Ottomans like crazy for their Palestine.

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