# 114 Swiss DINO - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alicia
    • 17.06.07 | 00:47 (IDT)

    Israel's indecissiveness to define clearly the WB borders is problematic, since it allows the settlements to expand and violates the Pal territory, which is regrettable. I think that the settlers should abide to legality and not to take the law into their own hands in the WB. Therefore I hope(d) for a rapid independent Palestinian state to solve also this issue. As for the ambulances; experience has shown that the Pals really are capable of being so ruthless as to hide explosives under the stretches on which pregnant women and other injured persons have been rushed to hospitals. I guess you read about shooting wounded people and doctors in hospitals in Gaza this past week, which proves this true! Nevertheless in the behaviour of the Israeli border police/soldiers there is much to hope for. The conflict is taking its toll on the Israelis and they have lost respect. Gute Nacht, Dino and congrats on the impressive Alp-tunnel!

    from the article: The bystanders
    First published 00:00 15.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.06.07
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