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    • 20.09.07 | 17:14 (IST)

    "Gazans... should join their voices together and direct their com- plaints loud and clear towards the nefarious quassum makers and senders." Esther, I believe the Palestinian people know full well the real problem is Israeli policies and presence in the Palestinian territories and how can they ask their young people and groups to stop their resistance when Israel done nothing to change the equation. In addition, I feel it would be almost be unconscionable to ask anyone to stop their resistance against tryanny as even a bird will fight for its right to fly. Hence being free is inherent and a need it seems in all species. So how can you say Israel is doing everything to protect those in the Negev when its continues its illegal occupation and settle- ments and oppreession of the Palestinian people that could end the problem? It just doesn't add up. Actions always speak louder than words. Dutch

    from the article: Israel bars students from leaving Gaza at last minute
    First published 00:00 20.09.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.09.07
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