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Israeli ‘knock on the roof’ bombing technique caught on film

Posted on July 13th, 2014 at 12:58 by John Sinteur in category: News -- Write a comment


The IDF practice of firing a missile at a civilian home to warn the occupants to leave the building before a larger attack, has been caught on film. Amnesty International has decried “roof knocking,” saying it in no way constitutes an “effective warning.”

(note there’s a cut in the film at about 1:15 – there’s usually about 15 minutes between the roof knock and the raid. Enough to get the people out, not enough to get the missiles (which are the real target) stored there out)

  1. The knock isn’t so people can escape, it is so people can rush in and be human shields. If they die in the service of Allah’s jihad then they get instantly transported to paradise and their own 70 Houries.


  2. I first thought you were trying, and failing, to be funny. You weren’t though, were you?

    Heaven help us all when brainwashing is so successful – and I mean you, Joe, not the poor bastards you so casually malign.

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