Freeze implementation until Abbas stops his anti-Israel activ - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr. L. Brnd
    • 24.05.07 | 22:42 (IDT)

    There should be no movement on this until Abbas ceases launching anti-Israel public incitement and tirades at the UN. Israel doesn't want a UN cease fire resolution, and if Abbas continues seeking one, the "training" deal for Abbas' troops with Gen. Dayton should go on ice. Abbas already has 37,000 AK-47 armed police (more "police" per capita than any other country on Earth); if he can't deploy them intelligently to stop rocket fire from a Jericho-sized zone of N. Gaza, he doesn't need more, he needs Israel to do it. UN has already demonstrated its worthlessness in Lebanon, completely ineffective at its job of stopping arms smuggling from Syria - so the "experiment" is over, the data is in. UN failed, and no model to copy. Israel just needs the freedom to apply without limit against Jabaliya camp the methods Lebanon is now using to stop shooting from the Tripoli camp, i.e., concentrated 155mm howitzer barrages, regardless of the thousands it displaces. Double standard has to stop.

    from the article: Israel to let Presidential Guard train near West Bank city of Jericho
    First published 00:00 24.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 24.05.07
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