Do not worry about possible misfortunes, since ultimately everything the Almighty does is for our good. If you can believe this as the rockets fall then you have nothing to fear. Something good, like the end of Hamas might come out of this.
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The world's highest chained carousel, located in Vienna, at a height of 117 meters.Thor's Well a/k/a "the gates of the dungeon" on Cape Perpetua, Oregon. At moderate tide and strong surf, flowing water creates a fantastic landscape
Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano. Tongariro National Park - NewZealand
Restaurant on a cliff on the east coast of Zanzibar.Office of Selgas Cano in Madrid
Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Flowering once in several years.
Balloons in Cappadocia.
Dubai. The view from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa. The height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors).
These trees grow in the forest near Gryfino, Poland. The cause of the curvature is unknown
The border between Belgium and the Netherlands in a cafe
In the resort town of Skagen you can watch an amazing natural phenomenon. This city is the northernmost point of Denmark, where the Baltic and North Seas meet. The two opposing tides in this place can not merge because they have different densities.
In the Chinese province of Shandong is a bridge across the Gulf of Jiaozhou. The bridge length over 36 km is calculated for eight car lanes, and is the longest sea bridge in the world.This statue, created by Bruno Catalano, is located in France
Paris computer games store. In fact, the floor is absolutely flat.
Marcus Levine - slaughtering an artist in the literal sense. He creates his paintings by nailing a white wooden panel. At his latest series of paintings exhibited in a gallery in London, Marcus has spent more than 50 000 pieces of iron.In the city of Buford (USA) lives just one person. He works as a janitor and as a mayor.
Haus Rizzi - Germany.
Lena Pillars. Russia, the Lena River.
Banpo Bridge in Seoul, South Korea
Favelas of Brazil. The boundary between wealth and poverty.
Lost paradise in the Indian Ocean. Isle of Lamu.
Balcony of floor 103 in Chicago.
View of the sunset from inside the wave.This is a unique geological phenomenon known as Danxia landform. These phenomena can be observed in several places in China. This example is located in Zhangye, Province of Gansu. The color is the result of an accumulation for millions of years of red sandstone and other rocks.
In northwestern Montana, USA. The water is so transparent that it seems that this is a quite shallow lake. In fact, it's very deep.
Airport in the Maldives is located on an artificial island in the middle of the Indian Ocean
Lighthouse guard in Mare, France must be one of the most courageous people on the planet!Not everyone will have a smoke in such weather, and in such a place!
Photo of storm in Montana, USA, 2010
Skyscraper-Crescent Crescent Moon Tower (Dubai)Heavy fog in Sydney, which enveloped the whole city
The river above the river: Magdeburg Water Bridge, Germany.
Morning Glory - kind of clouds observed in the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia
Gibraltar Airport is one of the most extraordinary airports around the world
JERUSALEM – Hamas had been preparing a murderous massive assault on Israeli civilian targets during the upcoming Jewish New Year holiday, Rosh Hashanah – according to anonymous sources in the Israeli security services cited by the Israeli daily Maariv.
Hamas had been planning a surprise attack where 200 fighters would have been dispatched through the dozens of tunnels dug by Hamas under the border from Gaza to Israel. The terror organization aimed to seize kibbutzim and other communities while killing and kidnapping Israeli civilians. In total, thousands of Hamas terrorists would have been swarming across Israel, wearing IDF uniforms, which would have further complicated an Israeli response. Reports further indicate that Hezbollah may have planned to join the attack as well, opening another front in the north.
The source stressed that the current unplanned war with Hamas inadvertently thwarted a catastrophic event on an apocalyptic magnitude such as the Yom Kippur War, which would have 'brought the State of Israel to its knees.' The destruction of these tunnels takes away from Hamas a strategic weapon it has been working on and investing in heavily for years according to the source.
Each tunnel has arteries, veins, offshoots as well as offshoots of offshoots designed in intricate and complex arrangements. As one Israeli spokesman said, "There are two Gazas, one above ground and one below ground: an underground terrorist city."
Speaking to the CBC, a senior Israeli defense official said the Israeli military had considerable prior knowledge of Hamas weaponry and tunnels, but was still "surprised" by the extent of both when the current ground operation began. He added that the network had not been detected by aerial surveillance, because Hamas had solved the most obvious problem: how to hide the piles of sand removed from the tunnels. This, he said, was painstakingly taken away, a few bags at a time, and stored out of sight in buildings and underneath greenhouses.
The official said Hamas had diverted huge quantities of cement, imported for civilian construction, into the building of concrete-block walls and roofs for the tunnels. As an example, he cited a 1.7-kilometer tunnel discovered in February 2013 that Israeli engineers estimated would have required 500 tons of concrete – "enough to build a three-story hospital."
Israel has discovered 31 tunnels so far, and has destroyed several of them by employing bulldozers, explosive and other methods. IDF excavation of the tunnels has resulted in the seizure of tons of Hamas supplies, as well as the discovery of plans for future operations.
Israeli soldiers have already frustrated several surprise assaults by Hamas through tunnels from Gaza into southern Israel. On July 21, ten Hamas terrorists emerged from a tunnel. They were immediately spotted and eliminated, but the clash cost the lives of two IDF soldiers.
Speaking with Tazpit News Agency, Minister Ya'acov Perry, a member of the Israeli Security Cabinet, commended the IDF for its outstanding achievements. "The IDF is working to uncover a network of underground tunnels that could have created unbearable terrorist attacks," he said.
He further commended the IDF's prior intelligence, which enabled these achievements. "I am sure that Israeli technology, which has provided us with the Iron Dome, will provide us with a solution for the terror tunnels as well." He said various solutions were currently being examined. He further stressed that military capabilities and technological advantages were not enough. A comprehensive reality – changing diplomatic solution must be presented as well.
Writing for Gatestone, Lawrence Franklin says that the construction of network of tunnels used hundreds of tons of concrete that might otherwise have been used by the Palestinians for building homes, shopping malls, parks, schools, hospitals and libraries.
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