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    • Stu in Dallas
    • 04.12.12 | 18:37 (IST)

    Your comments are interesting. "Give the people in Gaza s chance". A chance for,,,what? Several years ago, a Prime Minister that was loathe to Palestinians, Ariel Sharon, did the unthinkable and evacuated every square inch of Gaza. I believe he did it for 2 reasons. To attempt to rid Israel of the burden that no other Arab country wanted, and to prove to the world exactly why no one wanted them. How was Israel's generosity met. By a constant barrage of rockets and now missiles. Has the world appreciated what Israel did, have the Palestinians appreciated what Israel did. Quite the opposite. It is sad that despite the intelligence that is supposed to be abundant, there actually seems to be none to be found. I'm quite sure that if the Palestinians were sincere about Peace, they'd have their homeland.

    from the article: Netanyahu finally has his ground war: Not Hamas, but Obama
    First published 17:03 04.12.12 | Last updated 17:03 04.12.12
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