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    • patrick a.hammel
    • 10.11.10 | 03:53 (IST)

    It would take 3 actions of Hamas to dispose once and for all of Fatah: 1: Free Gilad Shalit as a goodwill gesture.2: Declare a cessation of terrorist activities towards Israel. 3:Issue a statement that you will recognise Israel on Day one of a new state of Palestine. This will schock the Israeli public more than you can ever hope to achieve by combatting it and calling for its destruction.You will see that Israel will respond in kind.You will have secured a state for yourselves and a bright tomorrow for your Palestinian people.The PA and Fatah will be gone with the first Khamsin....And you won't see an Israeli unless you invite him/her to your newly found state.By 2012 you will be recognised by 141 countries.It's up to you now:its either buddies with Ahmadinejad or friends with the whole world...So good luck to you and Shalom.

    from the article: Fatah: Hamas security services are nothing more than 'militias'
    First published 20:17 09.11.10 | Last updated 20:17 09.11.10
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