Hello, Tony, You make two very important points. First, you point out, and rightly so, that the disengagment would not be a gift to terror, but to the contrary, it would be a "military and political strengthening of Israel...." Second, you warn against a tendancy to "diminish or nullify what has been already started for the far reaching overall good of Israel." I assume that your first point refers to the international political gains for Israel and more defensable borders. I assume that your second point refers to gains for Israel from leaving Gaza, which frees up military for other duties, and it would seem makes the strategic situation clearer. If I am misenterpreting what you are saing, I apologize in advance.
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