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    • Hans Larsen
    • 30.10.07 | 14:30 (IST)

    I think that little piggy went to market and the bluff has been called on this Israeli "dry run" for a passage to Iran's reactors, but cudos to you for manage to slip it in unnoticed, but also cudos to you for not supporting going after the children of Gaza. It shows weakness on Israel's part when they opt for going after the children instead of making peace with the men, yes the Hamas has offered peace in their life time and the Hudna is up for grabs if Israel is interested in disengaging on a mutual footing. One can't say that Israelis wasn't warned of the implications of the idea to pull out but still hang around. "Here and there and everywhere" isn't going to work in the long run. A 50 year truce is in Israel's interest, I mean it isn't as if you want to hold on to Gaza so what are you on about. It is the West Bank that you are eyeing, remember?

    from the article: Acting out of frustration in Gaza
    First published 00:00 30.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.10.07
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