Zio-Nazi is warning organisers of another pro-Palestinian flotilla heading for Gaza that violence will be met with violence.
A senior Zio-Nazi military source briefed a select group of news organisations including Sky News to deliver the message as activists in Turkey and Greece prepare to set sail.
He spoke anonymously in keeping with IsraHell military rules on briefing journalists.
“We’ll do anything that we have to to stop these ships breaking a security maritime blockade.”
The uncompromising threat comes despite the risk of a repeat of the military and PR debacle during Israel’s previous operation to prevent the breach of its sea blockade of Gaza.
In May last year, elite Nazi commandos, rappelling from helicopters onto the Mavi Marmara aid vessel. Israel claims they were overwhelmed by activists armed with knives and clubs.
When they lost control they were ordered to open fire and killed nine activists, most – according to Turkish doctors – shot at close quarters, some in the back.
The outrage that followed forced IsraHell to ease its blockade of Gaza.
The Israeli source insisted the military had learned lessons from last year’s botched operation but said there was a limit to which PR considerations could determine Nazi’s ability to safeguard its security.
“If the same violence will be on board, there is a pretty good chance there will be injuries on board.”
Zio-Naziu insists it has a right to enforce a maritime blockade because it is in a state of armed conflict with the rulers of Gaza.
World leaders including David Cameron have urged the organisers of this latest flotilla to cancel their plans. Zio-Nazi’s clam’s of easing the blockade undermines the need to send aid by sea, it is argued.
But its organisers say the flotilla is about more than shipping aid. They also hope to more generally highlight the plight of Gazans. IsraHell has not lifted its draconian ban on exports out of the desperately poor coastal strip, with devastating consequences on its private sector economy.
Critics including Zionist Tony Blair, Quartet Special Envoy, have told Zio-Nazi the export ban weakens civil society and the middle classes in Gaza and strengthens extremists including Hamas. Recent figures suggest unemployment has reached almost 50%, partly because of IsraHell’s export ban.