Israel Destroys Hamas Media Broadcast Outlets In Massive Explosion - Live Feed

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Operation Protective Edge entered its 22nd day on Tuesday, as Israeli ground forces continued their incursion into Gaza following the government rejection of a cease-fire draft proposed by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry over the weekend. Earlier in the evening, Haaretz reports the Israeli Air Force struck Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh's home in Gaza and then Reuters notes that Hamas said that its broadcast outlets, Al-Aqsa TV and Al-Aqsa Radio were also targeted. The television station continued to broadcast, but the radio station went silent.






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NidStyles's picture

Can't let the subhumans have a voice after all.

Deathrips's picture

Fucking Psychopaths, Using Human Sacrifices from all sides to please the tribe.

Fuck these idiot fucks. Let them all burn in hell.



All Religion and nationalism aside...there are some seriously fucked up people out there.

Are these role models? WTF>


Long Lead...



Newsboy's picture

Check out "The Hannibal Directive"

Can you say "I'm Pat Fucking Tillman"?

CrazyCooter's picture

War crimes are for those "below the line" ... speaking of which ... you kind of look suspicious ...



Drunk In Church's picture

I would personally like to thank Israel for standing up against the Muslim horde.  No other country has the balls to do it. Bitchez.

fervent in spirit's picture

Elvis the Pelvis - or whatever your current incarnation happens to be - there is a big difference between standing up to the "muslim hordes" and stirring them up.

balolalo's picture

Yup, it's all about those tunnels.   Ha! 

trigasux's picture

It puzzles me why there is both commercial trade of goods via those tunnels and I suspect a much more minor combat logistics purpose. What's the rationale behind the embargo of Palestine? Those people are dealt a shit hand. Hope some of them will be able to break out of that ghetto and become Rocky. 

BigJim's picture

Are you kidding me? The 'rationale' is that they will use the tunnels to ferry in materiel that can be used to slow the ever-encroaching zionists.

petolo's picture

Our tunnels are bigger than your tunnels.

my_nym's picture

That's the thing about the Tribe Inc. and tribalism.  Sometimes you're the individual that winds up being sacrificed or offered as a "holocaust" for the sake of the egregore.

Curious that people who consider themselves members of the tribe claim to follow Abraham.  Didn't he, by faith, reject the idea of human sacrifice or making a burnt offering?  Although there is the whole thing with blood rituals and cutting off part of your penis to represent membership in the tribe.  Too bad we had to wait for a former Talmudic terrorist like the apostle Paul to try to do away with that, fighting Jews and "Judeo Christians" on it all the way.  Although most people in the Judaized West still decide to cut off part of their penis anyway, to keep things kosher.  That's how abysmally stupid and ignorant people are when it comes to Judaism to this day.


World Zionist Youth Leader Demands ‘More than 300 Palestinian Foreskins’
Deathrips's picture

War crime is locking defenseless people in a cage and hitting them with Phosphorous.

Im not religious....but if there is a hell ..they (and all their dirty pussy accomplices) belong there.


Those are kids, and human beings.



CrazyCooter's picture

I hate to be the spoiler, but there is no hell, only the shit we foist upon ourselves likes the government-bureaucrat-human centipede we have for leadership pretty much anywhere at this point ...

Or, if you like the Tijuana version, the government-burrocrat-human centipede ...

Either way ...



willwork4food's picture

There is no hell? U sure about that Cooter? Not talking about the TV nutcase millionaires version, but have you ever read Dante? Another thing, is that " energy cannot be created or destroyed, just changed."...who said that? Your homework for tonight.

CrazyCooter's picture

Perhaps I wasn't clear, but I meant in the religious sense, or if you will, a suffering after this life has past.

I thought it was obvious since we have created quite the hell for ourselves (collectively) on Earth.



JR's picture

And we know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in wickedness. -- 1 John 5:19

The activities of the IDF confirm the evidence of the wicked one. How else explain slaughtering innocent children - day after day after day - in the streets? The Israelis are doing the Devil’s work. A young Israeli soldier who pulls the trigger aimed at a child's head and his mother and his father is working for the Devil. Israel could talk with these people, work out some kind of peaceful living arrangement with the Palestinian people but they won’t. They want their land; they want them dead. The Israelis can’t think of anything else. They want their land; they want them dead. They want their land; they want them dead.

The Israelis have done nothing, nothing, to try to get along, to accommodate. They are only interested in killing. And worst of all, as Justin Raimondo said, they enjoy it.

As for the world, "all that is necessary for the triumph of evil is fhat good men do nothing."

Deathrips's picture

Jesus Fucking Christ....!!!


Its not about religion its about some fucktards getting innocent people to kill eachother so the fucktards can strip more resources and control from the people. ALL PEOPLE.


Save your recruiting speech for fucking church.


Just FYI this is Zero hedge....not church.



JR's picture

No, this is not church. It's hell. And it’s time to deal with the subject of Israel as the self-proclaimed "chosen of God" to justify the genocide of the Palestinians because "God gave them the land" whether you can handle it or not.

Because you cannot believe the evidence of your eyes, the design, the intricacy, the orderliness of Creation, of the universe, because you believe the absurd - that the universe and life evolved out of slime - you are unable to see what is really happening. Nature itself proclaims God's existence; I think ZH can handle the debate whether you can or not.

As for the existence of evil...

Dr. Mordechai Kedar, a lecturer on Arabic literature at Bar Ilan University, believes the sisters and mothers of Palestinian “terrorists” should be raped: “A terrorist, like who kidnapped the boys [in the West Bank on June 12] and killed them, the only thing that will deter them, is if they know that either their sister or mother will be raped if they are caught.

“What can we do? This is the culture that we live in.”

His university defended the comments: “Dr. Kedar illustrated in his words the bitter reality of the Middle East and the inability of a modern and law-abiding country to fight the terror of suicide bombers.”

And now it seems the Israeli Police Foreign Press Spokesman, Micky Rosenfeld, according to the Daily Star in Lebanon, “appears to have falsified the Israeli government’s claim that Hamas was responsible for the killing of three Israeli settler teens in June, by saying responsibility lies with a lone cell that operated without the complicity of Hamas leadership.”

IOW, Rosenfeld is saying that the teen-agers were killed without any involvement of Hamas, making Netanyahu’s immediate declaration that Hamas was responsible a false statement.

Deathrips's picture



You can believe you have to suffer through life to get to heaven. Thats your right. I am well versed in may religions and while I could debate that, I wont.I wont because thats not what we are talking about here. We are talking about people killing other people...i dont care what the excuse is. Which god, belief or whatever. If people are killing other people, they are killers.

Personal liberties infringement aside, no man has the right to take another mans life or steal from him. That arguement of defense doesnt fly with israel. They have been constantly marching forward on occupation for ....well since they took it. They have state of the art western defenses vs outdated rocks. Is that fair? Is life fair? I dont want one penny more of my money going to people that are killing people for profit.

The USG works for who? Not Israel..and Not Jesus, they work for the right to choose wether you want to collective up around comic heros or not. At least thats what was planned before these idiots cheered the killing and division that allowed them to use a piece of paper to control humanity. I dont care if you are on Batman or the Jokers side....cause they are real too.

Yes there are evil people, and they should be matter which team.

You can spin that however you like in your religious pipe and smoke it.




JR's picture

I agree with your conclusions regarding Israel, Deathrips. You may be interested in C.S. Lewis's view.

“My argument against God was that the universe seemed so cruel and unjust. But how had I got this idea of just and unjust? A man does not call a line crooked unless he has some idea of a straight line. What was I comparing this universe with when I called it unjust? If the whole show was bad and senseless from A to Z, so to speak, why did I, who was supposed to be part of the show, find myself in such a violent reaction against it?... Of course I could have given up my idea of justice by saying it was nothing but a private idea of my own. But if i did that, then my argument against God collapsed too--for the argument depended on saying the world was really unjust, not simply that it did not happen to please my fancies. Thus, in the very act of trying to prove that God did not exist - in other words, that the whole of reality was senseless - I found I was forced to assume that one part of reality - namely my idea of justice - was full of sense. If the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found out that it has no meaning: just as, if there were no light in the universe and therefore no creatures with eyes, we should never have known it was dark. Dark would be without meaning." -- C.S. Lewis

Deathrips's picture

I didnt junk you just over all the bs. this is retarded.


Great quote.



SamAdams's picture

Control what the mind knows, and you control the mind.

If you were born in a cave, and one day you were told of light, would you believe it?

Keep 'em stupid, knowledge is power.

MeelionDollerBogus's picture

Light? Whut?

Us mushrooms all know the real deal. Dirt, caterpillars and hooka smoke. The ho-lee triniteee.

Wuz all this 'light' nonsense you speak of?

fervent in spirit's picture


You say, "Its not about religion..."

You could not be more wrong. You may not like religion. You may not believe there is a God. You may have all kinds of personal opinions about these subjects, but only a deliberately, self-imposed ignorance of the matter can say that what is going on in the middle east is "not about religion".

That is precisely the problem. You have two religious world-views locked in conflict and the issue will never be settled unless that is taken into consideration.

You have the Zionist/Jews claiming a favoured position in God's sight due to their ethnicity, and you have the Palestinian muslim believing they have a right to the same piece of property. Both sides use a religious basis for their claim. It is all about religion. A devilish and wicked religion, but religion all the same.

One of the great problems in dealing with the ME is that a strain of biblical interpretation called "Dispensationalism" has infiltrated the Protestant Christian church in America in the past 100 years to such an extent that it has brought about a very warped view in the minds of many church goers about Israel, the Jew, God and His plan for humanity, and how a Christian is to interact and relate to society, etc. That influence has had an incredible impact and influence on American foreign policy particularly as it relates to Israel.

Yes, my friend, "It's ALL about religion". And that makes it even sadder.

MeelionDollerBogus's picture

You fell for the trick ... again???

This is about water, land & natural gas.

This is not about religion.

How could you be so dumb?

Do you also price your gold in paper and lament when the price goes DOWN? The cost to acquire real money goes down and people cry tears. Are you one of those idiots?

BigJim's picture

It's about both. If the followers didn't adhere slavishly to their religions, the 'leaders' wouldn't be able to manipulate them.

MeelionDollerBogus's picture

I could only believe that if non-religious people didn't also follow insane, dangerous leaders.
Since insane, dangerous leaders seems to be the call of the day around the world no matter the religion or lack of religion it seems not to be a related factor after all.
I think a combination of sheeple followers with a life under constant threat has no outcome possible except to follow leaders.
Only a few lone-wolf types with adept skills at survival & adept skills of mind not to be misled can go any other way & society never follows the lone-wolf path, by definition.

Frostfan1's picture

Got anything that wasn't written 30 years ago?

CrazyCooter's picture

I will raise your bar ...

Got anything that wasn't written 3000 years ago?



JR's picture

In Putin's words, Russia's Orthodox Christian faith will "prevent movement backward and downward, into chaotic darkness and a return to a primitive state." In short,  in the new war of beliefs, it is Russia that now is on God’s side. It is the West that is slouching toward Gomorrah.

“While the other super-powers march to a pagan world-view,’ writes WCF’s Allan Carlson, "Russia is defending Christian values. During the Soviet era, Western communists flocked to Moscow. This year, World Congress of Families VII will be held in Moscow, Sept. 10-12."

“A man can no more diminish God's glory by refusing to worship Him than a lunatic can put out the sun by scribbling the word, 'darkness' on the walls of his cell.” -- C.S. Lewis

America was built on Christian principles. If she loses those principles, she will fail. Of the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence, nearly half (24) held seminary or Bible school degrees.

John Adams
2nd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

"Suppose a nation in some distant Region should take the Bible for their only law Book, and every member should regulate his conduct by the precepts there exhibited! Every member would be obliged in conscience, to temperance, frugality, and industry; to justice, kindness, and charity towards his fellow men; and to piety, love, and reverence toward Almighty God ... What a Eutopia, what a Paradise would this region be."
--Diary and Autobiography of John Adams, Vol. III, p. 9.

medium giraffe's picture

John Adams was wrong.  That absurd book is nothing but a vicious hate filled tome.  How you can go on with such an attitude of pompous piety and rectitude is beyond fathomable.  Reprehensible filth.

Boxed Merlot's picture

That absurd book is nothing but a vicious hate filled tome...



That "absurd book" is nothing short of the most comprehensive collection of literary material responsible for the development of human language, communication and recordation spanning the greatest length of time of logically deductive reasoning mankind in existence.  Even if it were not "true" it's historical importance alone in revealing the basis of so many countries foundational constructs makes even an atheistic desire to remain biblically illiterate absurd.

After many years of exposure to it, I might describe it as many things, but "a vicious hate filled tome" would not be one of them.  I've seen vicious hate filled tomes, and it ain't it.



BigJim's picture

Sorry, the Christian Bible, with its incorporation of the sturm-und-drang Old Testament, is so open to interpretation as to be capable of being used to justify pretty much anything.

Someone hurts you? Turn the other cheek! Or maybe not.. maybe an 'eye-for-an-eye' is the correct response. If the Bible is your go-to source of law and lore, then you are dependent on exegesis from full-time scholars, many of whom vehemently disagree with each other.

Just go by the New Testament? Didn't Christ say he came to complete the prophets, not replace them?

Whatever Christ's original message, it was delivered to Judaists and interpreted by them. And if you think the Christian Bible is the literal Word of God, after all the decisions made long after Christ's passing in the early Christian era to determine what should be included, and what shouldn't, then you are relying on the belief that those early church leaders were (for some reason) more infallible or any less likely to be corrupt than modern ones like these:

There's a lot of good in Christianity. But despite the New Testament's love-thy-neighbour message, history shows it's no less likely to be used to excuse murder, robbery and rapine than the Koran or Torah.

Even the Buddhists in Sri Lanka somehow found justification for their war crimes against the Tamils.

There are Christian pastors in the US army for fuck's sake, back in Viet Nam, Iraq, in Afghanistan.... Are they preaching Christ's word of love-thy-neighbour, and turn-the-other-cheek to these voluntary invaders and despoilers? No, they're giving comfort to serial killers.

For the record, I think most of what Christ said was pretty cool. Not as enlightened as the Buddha, but pretty jaw-dropping for a man brought up inculcated with racial-supremacist Judaism. But when I look around the US, which is supposedly 3/4 Christian, I don't see a lot of people behaving anything like Christ, I see them behaving more like Christians. ie, little better than anyone else.

Boxed Merlot's picture

if you think the Christian Bible is the literal Word of God… then you are relying on the belief that those early church leaders were (for some reason) more infallible…


For the record, either someone / something is found to be infallible or he / she / it isn’t.  Kinda like being  pregnant.


And whether one believes the “Christian” Bible to be taken “literally”, I would ask, what other way is there to take it?   It either is or it isn’t.  My understanding as to which Hebrew / Aramaic writings would be used as “canonical” books to be included with subsequent Greek language letters, records and literature attributed to contemporaries of Jesus were arrived at as a result of efforts made by some people in the first century set on cutting out certain portions of these writings in order to advance personal agendas.

So even the history behind the choosing of which writings were to be considered to be authentic is fascinating and worthy of study as it bears a great deal of resemblance of what we encounter to this day, i.e. ZH articles, comments and satire and how to ferret out truth.



I think most of what Christ said was pretty cool. Not as enlightened as the Buddha,…


I can understand this sentiment but since the only thing we know about Jesus is what others said He said, as Jesus himself supposedly only wrote in the dirt while rescuing a condemned woman from a group of hypocritical leaders, (if their record is to believed), it was his decision to allow himself to be put to death for the “crime” of claiming to be God that sets him apart. (Again, if the record is to be believed.)  Well that, and the accounts of his resurrection.



MeelionDollerBogus's picture

wait, so we ain't no blessed bee for fallowin' the path of the lard?

Divine's picture

The atoms in your body will be nicely distributed around the globe. Just read an article about a study, which suggested that in 300 years there will be an atom from you in every living land creature. Im still not sure if all our personality can be transferred up the food pyramid after the worms have consumed our bodies. 

my_nym's picture

I don't know.  There's the mystery of consciousness.  There's the multiverse and the fact that the elites of the world have always been into a hidden or occulted dimension to things in the heavens. Just more charlatans?  Perhaps.  But the fact that they are the ruling class and do wind up with fame and riches seems real enough, even here and now in the dimensions of reality that "the base" are conscious of.


There is the whole problem with charlatanism and lies, I guess.  Once that process begins, people might even wind up believing "order out of chaos" creation myths in which their brains and geometric forms of consciousness have emerged from an absolute void of.... nothing but nothing/chance, an effect without a cause.  Therefore karma doesn't exist, etc.


Personally, I wouldn't bet on chance or a void of nothing just because charlatans are legion.     





MeelionDollerBogus's picture

What is this void mythology?

Is that Norse or perhaps one of the Native American cultures' creation stories?

willwork4food's picture

They will get their chance, religious or not.

Carpenter1's picture

When you're warned repeatedly to leave by your enemy, who has the capability to turn your town to dust, you need to leave. If you don't,  your blood is on your own hands for being stupid and stubborn. 

Thousands of palestinians left and are safe, the ones remaining are there because they want to be. 

The.Harmless.Jew's picture




When you're warned repeatedly to leave by your enemy, who has the capability to turn your town to dust, you need to leave. If you don't,  your blood is on your own hands for being stupid and stubborn.


That's just crazy talk (probably from a guy who has a blow up doll of Nuttinyahoo in his basement). 


Carpenter, by your rationale, will you be warned to leave Zero Hedge, because the best of its posters can turn you into dust. 


In other words, kindly fuck off and go to a pro-hasbara-partheid-ethnic-cleansing-loving-site, because you're being turned into dust here. Asshole.




MeelionDollerBogus's picture

You fucking idiot: there's fences & machine guns aimed at all the places they can GO TO by leaving.

That means to stay is to die and to leave is to die.

You are a coward who would gladly see Israel invade your country and rape your own children.

IDF genocide soldiers: it is the duty of every human on Earth to kill them.

BigJim's picture

He's a zionist. That means 'Jews' are entitled to own Palestine. If they're entitled to own it, that means they're also entitled to slaughter anyone - man, woman or child - who gets in their way. Because those men, women and children are impinging on their rights! So the aggression is really theirs!

Of course, unless you're an outright sociopath, then to maintain this attitude you have to demonise and 'animalise' the people you're dispossessing, and make excuses that put the blame for their death onto them. Particularly if you are reliant on funds, weapons, and diplomatic cover from other countries to do this. And this is exactly what we see in the Hasbara who spew their hatred on comments boards around the world, a legion of professional (and volunteer) propagandists who believe in the righteousness of their cause as much as any brainwashed nazi believed in the righteousness of theirs.

And because their cause is just, and God is on their side, any lie will do; after all, you're only telling lies to get the acceptance of the Goyim who are already too couched in lies to see the truth of zionist entitlement.

Rootin' for Putin's picture

War crimes are like racism, it only applies at certain times, to certain people, for certain reasons and never if its reversed.

barre-de-rire's picture

war crime... as if a war could be done without any crime. killing someone is a crime, whatever the uniform or the skin color or the religion.


total bs... rocket or phosphore or darts or nuke, all weaponry is a crime.


" crime war "is a novlang to tell the enemy is worst than yourself.  on a war, no side is better than the other, they're both idiot to shoot each other.

those who wrote the rules for the war...  just lol... you seriously there is rules in a war...? ask usa for the last 70 years if there is rules especially over civilian when they need acces to position or ressources, then come back to me...



COSMOS's picture

If the Israelis cant buy up the media channels, they will just blow them up.  By the way does anyone know how anything more about Rupert's mergers and acquisitions or Sumner Redstone's, or Robertson family of Comcast, or those of the Lauder family holdings in European Broadcast Media via CME corporation?