Syria strongly condemns Israeli strikes in Gaza- LOL!

Ongoing bloodbath in Syria doesn't stop Damascus from denouncing Israel over its Gaza airstrikes.

Islamic Jihad holds victory rally in Gaza - Terror group's leader Ramadan Shallah boasts disrupting daily routine of many Israelis

Published: 03.14.12
Syria condemned Israel's airstrikes in Gaza which have left 25 Palestinians dead and has called on the international community to act urgently to bring to stop them, a statement on behalf of the Syrian Foreign Ministry said.

"Syria strongly condemns the ongoing Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people and urges the international community to initiate immediate action to put an end to these acts and punish those responsible," the Syrian statement said.

The Syrian Foreign Ministry stressed Damascus' support of the population in Gaza.

Al-Arabiya reported that Assad's forces killed 55 people in Idlib including 40 who were executed near a mosque on Tuesday. Another 15 were killed in bombings on Idlib.

Islamic Jihad holds victory rally in Gaza - Thousands of Islamic Jihad sympathizers participated in the group's victory rally celebrating the end of the current round of violence against Israel on Tuesday. The rally was attended by senior Islamic Jihad officials while the group's secretary-general, Ramadan Shallah, sent a video message from Damascus.

Shallah boasted that this is the first time that the Palestinian resistance forced a new type of truce on Israel. He threatened that the Islamic Jihad's military wing will extend its rocket fire deeper into Israel, in response to Israel's threats to increase the scope of its attacks on Gaza. "They (the Israelis) know where they (the rockets) can reach," Shallah said.

He added that the Islamic Jihad will not accept any agreement that does not include an end to the targeted killings policy. "Despite the occupation, the destruction and isolation attempts, the resistance can defend itself and can introduce panic and disrupt the daily routine of many Israelis," he boasted.

Shallah said that while the current round of violence is over the war between Israel and the Palestinians is not. "It will not end without the liberation of Palestine's lands and the dismantling of this criminal entity.",7340,L-4202601,00.html,7340,L-4202617,00.html

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