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    • Reasonable Thinker
    • 10.06.10 | 19:38 (IDT)

    Where Else are you looking to go? West Bank? Those are seperate entities, one was Jordanian the other Egyptian at time of conquer. There is nothing that requires Israel to bridge the two with its own land. Especially when there is no peace agreement and Gazans have used transfers like this, for example Medical transfer to Israel 20+ to launch terrorist attacks. You had the option to have a contiguous state. LOOK AT A MAP of PARTITION 1947 AND SOME HISTORY, You will see that your ancestors decided against a continguous state in a bet to have the entire thing, they lose the bet when they lost the war in 1949. Perhaps, just perhaps, if you overthrow Hamas and agree to NEVER EVER IN THE HISTORY OF PALESTINE ATTACK ISRAEL, WE CAN WORK A DEAL FAILING THAT WHY IS ISRAEL TAKING RISK FOR YOU? WHAT IS ITS REWARD? MORE SUICIDE BOMBERS AT HOSPITALS? FOR VOLUNTEERS WHO DRIVE GAZANS TO HOSPITALS?

    from the article: Gazans get halva, but not cookies
    First published 02:26 10.06.10 | Last updated 02:26 10.06.10
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