#158 Johnboy - my last word on this - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • * BEN JABO
    • 20.07.07 | 15:14 (IDT)

    Egypt closed the straits and POINTED HER CANNON at Israeli shipping. Both of those were acts of war. She didn't have to fire the cannon, the threat alone was the same as pulling the lanyard. Nasser's announcement and continual threats were preludes to a war. Israel wasn't going to standby and await another attack as she did in 1948, 1956. We've nothing more to say. Just curious, what efforts have you exerted to better the treatment of the Aborigines you folks stole the land from??

    from the article: Fayad: No point in goodwill gestures without negotiations
    First published 00:00 16.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.07.07
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