Any harm brought to Islamist nutjobs during the production of this video was strictly coincidental, and not (*snicker*) condoned by the management.
Though it does beg the question – long-term, which is more dangerous?
I’m a little unclear on why the command and control center (read: mosque housing the terror-spewing genocidal imam) is off limits while the imam’s mere launch site (read: the imam’s mere launch site) is targeted…?
Oh right. It’s because of the succes of the Muslim propaganda that states (despite all the contrary evidence) that Islam is a religion of peace, and Islam’s terror-spewing hatred-spewing imam-gauleiters are all off limits. This propaganda still plays well among the wilfully ignorant “infidels”. And by “plays well” I mean we blindly accept that bombing Muslim terror centers, their mosques, and killing Islam’s terror-spewing fulminaotors, their imams, is somehow wrong… It is not wrong.
You know, this is an extremely good point. Because now that Israel has demonstrated that it can avoid “large-scale” damage, it will be held to that standard no matter what. And even if it can be demonstrably proven that a mosque is harboring terrorists and weapons, and is a justifiable target, there’s no way that Israel is going to take the heat for removing said blight from the face of the earth.
Which means continuing to treat the symptoms instead of going to the root of the problem. Never a long-term winning proposition.
every time a muslim dies an angel gets it’s wings.
Israel has had plenty of time to catalog hundreds of high-value targets.
They’re working their way through the list.
Thanks for giving Israel the opportunity, Hamas.
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