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    • Alberto
    • 19.11.12 | 00:11 (IST)

    I am always wondering how is it that the Jewish state's leadership seems to think that bombing Gaza,with the expected civilian toll,will somehow help to solve the problem with Hamas,if with all their mighty army and weapons they are not able to stop a shower of rather mickeymouse homemade missiles,despite the fact that for more than 10 years they have Gaza under siege, It reminds me of the so called Green Zone in Kabul,where insurgents used donkey carts to shoot missiles into the heavily fortified compound,and we now know that the Americans are getting out ,as they have no hope of winning that war. I say if the current leadership can not find an alternative to occupation and war with the Palestinians,then it may be the time to change their leaders!,period! I feel sorry for the casualties on both sides,which are as always,mostly civilians.......

    from the article: As IDF strike kills entire family in Gaza, Israel is starting to get in trouble
    First published 22:39 18.11.12 | Last updated 22:39 18.11.12
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