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    • Chris
    • 15.05.06 | 09:33 (IDT)

    Gina, you say: "Riiiiiight. Just like the qassams stopped when Israel disengaged from Gaza?" So what? Israel remains in occupation of the West Bank which is Palestinian territory, even if it has retreated from Gaza. The Qassams are not Gaza-specific, they are occupation-specific. "Obviously, you support the Palestinians negotitating with violence and murder. Wouldn`t they be more prosperous and happy if they had accepted a state and a peace treaty back in 1967 or 2000?" No, I reject all terrorism, whether it be Hamas or the IDF. A beggar's peace is not real peace, Gina - only a just peace is a real peace. Even the 1967 borders are a concession by the Palestinians. "You can play all the word games all you want.... Israeli soldiers enter Palestinian territory to arrest murders and terrorists..." Say it long enough and you will believe it. YOU are playing word games, by labelling Arabs as terrorists, but refusing to accept that Jews can be terrorists

    from the article: Game theory
    First published 00:00 14.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.05.06
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