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    • Giora
    • 19.09.05 | 07:30 (IDT)

    ?They are an ideological cousin of the Islamic Brotherhood in Egypt? Ben Gurion (the spirit thereof?), It is very difficult to convince a reader that an intellectual writer is wrong. But there is a time when we have to put the great thinking aside and look at the dinner plate. -When people need to feed their family and the only choice they have is to carry a gun in order to get food ? guess what will they choose to do? When people feel needless just sitting around but ?well respected? when they are wearing the Hamas uniform, march in parades and perhaps ?risk their life? - guess what will they choose to do? It really doesn?t take much to realize that it?s not the large scale that these people are all about. It?s their immediate dire needs. Forget the slogans ? look at the people, It has nothing to do with the ideology of the Islamic Brotherhood and everything to do with the luck of an immediate alternative.

    from the article: Of course, Egypt is to blame
    First published 00:00 18.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.09.05
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