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    • 27.01.10 | 11:31 (IST)

    "And as long as Hamas continues to attack Israel with missiles and other means, Israel will not open the border crossings." - Israeli government During the "tahadiyeh" Hamas desisted from attacking Israel. We did not open the border crossings. We persisted with targeted killings, bombed a tunnel to prevent a grave incident, we were told, thus blowing the tahadiyeh sky-high and then launched Cast Lead. Could someone ask my government for how long the attacks have to stop before the border crossings are opened?

    from the article: U.S. lawmakers to Obama: Press Israel to ease Gaza siege
    First published 22:45 26.01.10 | Last updated 22:47 26.01.10
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