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    • arieh zimmerman
    • 27.05.10 | 04:53 (IDT)

    Who says that the Israeli government does not cooperate with Hamas. Last night another qassam fell quite near my kibbutz; tomorrow Israel will make it easier for the Hamas to convince the world that it has no other method of protecting the citizens of Gaza. It is clear that PM Natanyahu is working hand in glove with Hamas to sink the State of Israel and not the flotilla. Before the blockade, there were no tunnels and there were no flotillas. All products entering Gaza were checked by the IDF. Since the blockade all manner of articles, the good and the bad, enter without any inspection at all. Even the the fools in charge of this debacle must be aware of their mistake. Only their reluctance to pay the political price for their ineptitude keeps them from admitting their mistake and redressing the snafu..

    from the article: IDF vows to block 'Freedom Flotilla' aid convoy to Gaza
    First published 23:03 26.05.10 | Last updated 12:55 27.05.10
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