Chris Linthwaite (#101) Want to Explain, I already did - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Gil
    • 29.09.09 | 14:13 (IST)

    ``Want to explain to the people you have misled just why Egypt is not allowed to open it`s common border with Gaza?`` (Written by Chris Linthwaite) Chris Linthwaite I already did Explain it, but if you insist, her it is again *** Quotation *** Dear Chris Linthwaite let me remind you that the Palestinians in Gaza have a border with their Egyptian brothers, since Israel handed over its control over the Philadelphi Route to the Egyptians when it left Gaza. Rafah Border crossing between Egypt and Gaza was manned by European Monitors, but has been closed and shut down by the Egyptian Authorities because of Palestinian violence, and lack of security for the European Monitors. Armed Palestinians literally attacked the crossing and compelled the Monitors to run away to the Kerem Shalom base on the Israeli side. Chris Linthwaite Maybe if the Europeans and EU were not such sissies in fulfilling their part of the agreement the Palestinians in Gaza could walk FREELY to the Egyptian side and back over the ground, and not under it! But, it is the Israeli fault isn`t it? Since it could not be, the Poor Palestinians (Hamas) fault as you already convinced us! *** End Quotation *** Have I answered your question, I think I did!

    from the article: The cowardice, the vanity, the sin of boycotting Israel
    First published 08:17 27.09.09 | Last updated 07:50 28.09.09
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