Most ministers in the security cabinet were sidelined and did not receive full information during Operation Protective Edge, according to officials who have seen a draft report by State Comptroller Joseph Shapira.09:09 05.05.16 | 0 comments
I do think that the fence,however imperfect that is,is the best of a bad situation. The key questions in this conflict are these: How is Israel supposed to know the intent of Hamas? How relative the Charter is to the 67 Borders in final intent? What does peace mean to Hamas relative to their ideals? Hamas HAVE held the ceasefire. They have done well.Hamas have also received the vote from their people.Hamas has also more integrity than the other groups when it comes to helping their people. On the other hand,Israel is playing a game. It argues against the suicide bomber but doesnt allow ANY alternative rebellion (Would a Hamas Army Vs the IDF be morally acceptable as a revolt?) So Hamas is stuck. Clever Israel. For me I think that the defence of the wall and withdrawal and fortification is the best thing (Kadimas plan) I hope it is temporary and doesnt have its aim annexation for annexation purposes but for security purposes.We have to wait to know Hamas's truth.