60Ibrahim,I'm surprised that Palestinian Christians have not been - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • lakshmi
    • 15.08.07 | 19:57 (IDT)

    able to mobilise against these depredations.whether marionite,catholic,greek ortho,or any splinter group,how come they have not stood together?Could it be the distractions of a 'secular' PLO which then did an about face in 1988? I come back to my position.There is only one genuine Resistance/Liberation Movement in Palestine,Hamas.They have 3 strategies open to them:1.Armed struggle as with the ANC in SA.,2.Non violent civil disobedience as in India(won't work with israel),3.Negotiated settlement.Hamas favours 3 but trusts in God & keeps it powder dry.Do read 'Getting Hamas Strategy Right' in IPF Focus,Aug.9,2007.It details the people who are arguing for talks with Hamas(the list includes a former Mossad chief!).Today's headline in Haaretz:abbas says the rift is temporary.Uncle Sam must be gently nudging,so is the rest of the world,from Britain to Russia.

    from the article: Time to attack
    First published 00:00 15.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 15.08.07
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