It appears that yet another war, or at the very least, wave of violence will roll through Israel and Palestine, the consequences of which are difficult to imagine.
With American wars permeating the middle east, elite instigated ‘revolutions’ rolling through the region, and a new, illegal and un-constituional American / UN war against Libya, it is hard to predict what will happen next. The catastrophe in Japan only adds fuel to an already volatile global situation. How much crisis and war can the system handle around the world?
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Bomb explodes in central Jerusalem; 1 dead, at least 30 hurt
Blast caused by explosive device placed next to telephone pole; three people seriously wounded; entrance to the city has been closed.
By Nir Hasson and Haaretz Service
A bomb exploded Wednesday at a crowded bus stop outside the International Convention Center in Jerusalem, just opposite the central bus station. A 59-year-old woman was killed and at least 30 people were wounded in the incident, three of them seriously.
All of the casualties have been evacuated to the Hadassah Hospital in Ein Karem.
The blast could be heard throughout Jerusalem and blew out the windows of bus No. 74, traveling from Givat Shaul to Har Homa. The explosive device was apparently hidden in a bag next to a telephone pole.
Netanyahu: Israel will react firmly to recent Palestinian violence
PM responds to Wednesday’s bombing in Jerusalem in which one woman was killed and over 30 wounded, says government, IDF has ‘iron will’ to defend the country.
At Haaretz.com By News Agencies
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that Israel will react firmly, responsibly and wisely to a recent wave of Palestinian violence.
“The government, the Israel Defense Forces, and the Israeli public has an iron will to defend the country and its citizens,” Netanyahu said before boarding a flight to Russia.
“Israel will act firmly, responsibly and wisely to preserve the quiet and security that prevailed here over the past two years,” he assured.
Benjamin Netanyahu issued his statement just hours after a bomb killed a 59-year-old woman at a crowded bus stop in Jerusalem. Earlier Wednesday, southern Israel was bombarded by Palestinian rocket and mortar fire.
“We have established a clear policy regarding security issues – a resolute reaction to every attempt to hurt our citizens and systematic, resolute preventative steps against terror,” he said.
Netanyahu said he spent the evening huddled with top security officials to discuss the situation.
He spoke to reporters just before boarding a flight to Russia, where he said he would discuss Israel’s security situation with that country’s leaders.
Defense Minister Ehud Barak, in reaction to the bombing, threatened retaliation against Hamas.
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/23/2011 10:35 -0400
- INTERIOR MINISTER ELI ISHAI SAYS SITUATION DETERIORATING
- ISHAI SAYS ISRAEL MAY HAVE TO ACT IF DETERIORATION CONTINUES
- ISHAI LINKS JERUSALEM BOMBING TO ITAMAR STABBING, GAZA VIOLENCE
- ISHAI SPEAKS ON ISRAEL ARMY RADIO
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