However much you choose to deride others me, you still don't manage to refute my point. YEs, Clickfool - I think that in this particular case the onus is on Haniye's Hamas terrorist government, which was voted in (according to claims) becasue of Fatah's corruption and due to its social programs and promise of a better life. Well that promise dissipated as soon as they won the elections. The very Hamas who denied all connection to Shalit's abduction is the one now haggling in the market and demanding the release of killers of Israelis. He doesn't care s sh/t's brick for the welfare of his population - so please redirect your complaints on that account to the appropriate address - perhaps you'll get a reply.
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from the article: ANALYSIS: To free Shalit, Israel must avoid arrogant declarations