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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Israeli military said it had mobilized some 13,000 soldiers for an unannounced drill on Sunday in the occupied West Bank, in the first such exercise in three years.

A terse statement said army chief Gadi Eisenkot had called a "surprise exercise in Central Command" -- the military front that controls land captured in a 1967 war which is sought by Palestinians as part of a future state.

The drill came on the day that Palestinians said they would consider dissolving security cooperation with Israel over Israel's recent suspension of tax revenue transfers.

Asked about the timing of the drill, a military spokeswoman said it was "not necessarily linked to anything specific". Israel's last such exercise in the West Bank was in 2012, and drills "are held from time to time," the spokeswoman said.

Under security cooperation renewed since shortly after a Palestinian uprising of a decade ago, the Palestinians have conducted police duties in their territory, including arrests of suspected criminals and anti-Israel militants.

Israeli media said Eisenkot, who took the helm of the military last month, had called a two-day drill to test the army's level of readiness.

Israel Radio quoted an unidentified senior military source as saying the drill had been unexpected, would be "unusual in size" and would also involve aerial and intelligence units.

http://news.yahoo.com/israeli-military-holds-surprise-west-bank-drill-171250639.html

Great. Way to fan the flames, Israel!

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Great. Way to fan the flames, Israel!

And why wouldn't they? It is not like anybody in the American will remember this next time the Palestinians launch an attack of their own. The usual narrative about Israel being surrounded by enemies and no country can live under the threat of rocket attacks, who we are told wants to drive them in the sea.

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Oh the lunacy. Now a country isn't even allowed to prepare itself in case it is attacked. Only cause it is called Israel.

Are there some padded white rooms in this place?


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Oh the lunacy. Now a country isn't even allowed to prepare itself in case it is attacked. Only cause it is called Israel.

Are there some padded white rooms in this place?

What's wrong? Is the Israeli propaganda machine on vacation or something? Where are your usual twenty pages of copy and paste drivel, Oriz?


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It was a preemptive attack in case someone should consider entertaining the notion of attacking Israel in the future. Perfectly justified... [eye roll]

And why wouldn't they? It is not like anybody in the American will remember this next time the Palestinians launch an attack of their own. The usual narrative about Israel being surrounded by enemies and no country can live under the threat of rocket attacks, who we are told wants to drive them in the sea.


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Of course Mr. Goebbels... What next? Cattle cars? How soon one forgets...

In the end, these practices of unilateral unprovoked aggression it will only hurt Israel more for it puts her on the same footing with the terrorists it purports to fight. Terrorist is as terrorist does.

Oh the lunacy. Now a country isn't even allowed to prepare itself in case it is attacked. Only cause it is called Israel.

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Heh. Now a drill is an unprovoked aggression. This place really is an asylum.


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