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Hamas to Air Movie on Shalit Kidnapping
Arutz Sheva ^
| Elad Benari
Posted on 10/14/2012 1:01:50 AM PDT by Eleutheria5
Hamas Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades has released a promo for a new movie in which actors reenact the attack in 2006 in which then-IDF soldier Gilad Shalit was kidnapped.
The promo for the movie, which will air later this week, comes as the movement marks one year since Shalit was released in exchange for 1,027 terrorists held in Israeli prisons, including several convicted of mass murder.
A statement released by Hamas military wing further claimed that the complete film will also show authentic excerpts of the kidnapping that have not yet aired.
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
TOPICS: Extended News; Israel; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: hamas; movie; reenactment; shalit
Way to go. Those dumb Zionists won't even think of watching it and learning how to thwart future kidnappings. They are too stupid./sarc
This is a clash between good and evil - there can be no compromise.
posted on 10/14/2012 1:43:02 AM PDT
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I’m offended by this movie. When does the riot bus leave? I have my LAWs, M-60 and grenades packed and I feel very spontaneous.
posted on 10/14/2012 2:27:53 AM PDT
( Islam makes barbarism look genteel.)
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posted on 10/14/2012 5:48:57 AM PDT
(none of this suggests there are hostile feelings for the US in Egypt, Victoria Nuland, State Dept)
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