Begin Refused to Return Gaza - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark of Lewiston
    • 23.06.10 | 17:59 (IDT)

    Begin was asked and said, "NO WAY" on return of Gaza to Egypt. He wanted it for Greater Israel. Your desire to bomb children and innocents is noted.

    from the article: Mubarak: Israel evading its responsibility toward Gaza
    First published 16:47 23.06.10 | Last updated 16:47 23.06.10
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