Flotilla becoming like RedBull funny planes - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dover Emmet
    • 30.06.11 | 07:06 (IDT)

    the glotilla is becoming an annual farce, meant to generate headlines and embarass Israel, and the spin from both sides has been amusing, and tragic mostly in neglecting the urgency for real negotiations. Hamas is a despotic regime that hurts it's own people and the flotilla is drama without content. It doens't bring Bibi and Abbas closer to talking, but inflames emotions. Israel has lost the initiative and is stonewalling.

    from the article: Barak plays down Israeli worries about Gaza flotilla
    First published 01:46 30.06.11 | Last updated 01:46 30.06.11
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