Well, this is an interesting development

Tick, tick, tick, tick...

Today, as Hamas continued to fire rockets on Israeli civilians while ensconced among Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi ordered Prime Minister Hesham Kandil to travel to Gaza in a show of solidarity with Hamas. Kandil will be accompanied by Egyptian security officials, including Maj. Gen. Mohammed Raafat Shehata, Egypt’s head of intelligence, and the health minister.

Gee, I hope the Archduke Franz Ferdinand doesn’t get hurt.

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12 Responses to Well, this is an interesting development

  1. Matt says:

    They (Israel) should have aimed for the Egyptains…

  2. RJ says:

    tick, tick, tick boom…this is gonna get bad, and I am sure Israel will be left friendless by the won.

  3. DarthJay says:

    I’m surprised Egypt is the ONLY leadership over there headed to Gaza. Israel is surrounded, and nobody has their backs.

    Wrath of God unleashed in 10…..9…..8…..7…..

  4. RJ says:

    Drudge is reporting 30k reservist called up by Israel, tanks massing at border…6,5,4

  5. RJ says:

    Drudge reports thousands protest in Egypt against Israel….3,2… oh shit I really hope this is resolved soon…

  6. Van-a-gram says:

    Confucius say “Tic Toc better than Click Bang.”


  7. Van-a-gram says:

    Didn’t I just post something about International Timebombers and something ticking in the Middle East……gonna pick up lotto tickets tonight.

  8. Roy Ryder says:

    Hamas is hip deep in the crap right now. The only way to avoid an invasion by the Israelis is if Egypt threatens to go to war with Israel. However, as much as the screaming rage boys in Egypt want such a thing, the Egyptian military is scared shitless at the prospect, and with good reason. Watch out for Jordan to go all “Arab Spring” too.

  9. slinger says:

    Israel will never be left friendless … they have the best friend anyone could hope for. Supernatural deliverance isn’t only in the past.

  10. fubar says:

    doesn’t Isreal supply these dirtbags with FOOD?

    egypt better get used to eating sand and dirt if they push things

  11. BigJimTX says:

    Egypt might have to get used to eating hellfire missiles too.

  12. notamobster says:

    It’s definitely lurking out there on the horizon, isn’t it? (Love the Archduke reference)

    Just a matter of time before the whole world goes up in a conflagration that’ll make the others look like silly, schoolyard squabbles, me thinks.