(ISIS), for instance, claimed a mortar attack against a base belonging to the al-Qassam Brigades, the military branch of Hamas, in Khan Yunis, as well as a bombing in front of a security forces building in Gaza….
ISIS are a bunch of mad dogs who attack all and sundry and now they’re attacking Hamas’ armed wing. Which “armed wing” is approximately, all of them (+/- 0%).
In retaliation, Hamas arrested a dozen sympathizers.
Oh man, ISIS is smacking Hamas around and making them look like chumps. They “arrested” them? Ooooh, I bet that has ISIS all scared and stuff. Or… they’re going to use their time in some Pali prison to recruit more mad dogs. Either/or. (mostly the “Or” thing).
Nother weak horse
Until recently, Lebanon’s Hezbollah, with its formidable military, intelligence and social network power, was the jewel of Iran’s worldwide militias. But after the Syrian uprising in 2011 and Iran ordering Hezbollah to enter Syria to fight alongs
Hezbollah has jihad envy and it’s making me laugh. Mostly because I don’t live in Iraq or Syria.
And, of course, the current weakest horse
We be bone, but the rest of the world is boned even more, so we have that going for us.