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    • Mark
    • 13.01.14 | 19:07 (IST)

    Is no longer occupied. Would any nation just sit back while rockets are fired into their country? The response should be no surprise to anyone. If Israel gets out of the West Bank (which ultimately is the right thing to do) would that mean the end of rockets coming into Israel? Gaza is setting the example for the West Bank. Stop trying to kill Isrseli civilians and peace can begin. Israel will have no choice but to commit to peace once the killing (and attempted killing) stops. There's blame on both sides, it takes two to tango, however, Israel will always place security over politics as would any nation.

    from the article: Palestinian child hurt in Israeli strike on Gaza following rocket fire during Sharon funeral
    First published 20:59 13.01.14 | Last updated 11:23 13.01.14
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