Amira and the Israeli siege - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • jn
    • 22.06.10 | 04:50 (IDT)

    Amira, for you nothing is good enough. Even if we will hand over to Hamas the whole of Israel it will not be good enough for you. However, the Gazans can thank their overlords for the situation they find themselves. The Gazans get billilons of dollars. The whole word is only concerned with them. This terrorist entiry (and please include most Gaza and Gazans) want nothing else but the destruction of Israel. Monies which could go to other depressed minorities in Africa or anywhere else in the world the Gazans get it. Instead of building up Gaza they buy weapons, fabricate all sorts of stories about their plight and for all of it Israel is responsible. If there would not have been thousands of qassams against the Israel's civilian population, there would be no siege. But you Amira like to disregard this.

    from the article: Amira Hass / Easing of siege may have negligible effect on Gaza
    First published 01:53 22.06.10 | Last updated 01:53 22.06.10
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