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    • vik
    • 20.05.07 | 06:07 (IDT)

    can anyone give 100% guarantee that not a single new weapon get to hamas? of course not since hamas has and will continue taking over fatah posts in gaza. fatah is simply a bunch of wimps that run at the first sound of gunfire, so why give them more guns. use what you have and show what you can do then we'll talk. also how about you prevent hamas from smuggling weapons. wouldnt that help fatah too?? how about deploying fatah in northern gaza and keep hamas from firing at israel?? israeli has been helping fatah by taking out hamas targets. i have yet to hear of a iAF strike on any fatah installation in gaza. what fatah needs to do is to pass hamas intel to israel and let IAF take out groups of them at the same time. of course they wont because fatah is afraid of hamas retaliation. you cant be afraid and fight terrorsits at the same time.

    from the article: U.S. pressing Israel to bolster pro-Abbas forces in Gaza
    First published 00:00 20.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.05.07
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