The need to preempt Iran and export gas to Egypt was the reason the government gave to push through its controversial plan for Israel's natural gas. Now, this reason may no longer exist.08:52 31.08.15 | 1 comments
Gabe1, Firstly what does "YOU HAD TO VIEPOINT TO CHANGE." mean? Funny, I thought we were discussing why Israel dismantling Hamas by force is a bad idea and not that the Pals won't dismantle Hamas. Terror groups should be dismantled by those in whose name they speak. And it would be great if they did dismantle them, disarm and start singing kumbaya. That's wishful thinking. So two alternatives, try and fight them while killing as few civilians as possible or dismantle them with all of the damage that will cause. The former doesn't lead to sanctions by the Western world and war by the Arab world. The latter does. Which do you think is better, having relatively few civilians die by terror or have relatively many soldiers die in war and get sanctions to boot? "The Balestinians will not do it so who should and if they will not than lets pay them TRIBUTE or beg them." But maybe begging isn't a bad idea. That way Arab shame over Israel would be alleviated. Good call.