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    • Nina
    • 25.06.07 | 22:39 (IDT)

    the people and punished them for chosing hamas. is that Democracy ? the police of Fatah started all the problems in gaza , who demanded the salaries first ? who broke the windows and set the second floor of the parliament in gaza ? the police of Fatah . who threatned shops to close down and join the boycott ? fatah police. that is against the pal constitution for the police to demonstrate and boycott anything. General Keith Dayton provided money , milions , training in Jordan and egypt so fatah can win the fight . Dahlan Pinochet had been planning for a long time since he visited Abrams in the US (google ) so hamas had to protect its people and NOW according to the lastest news, peace and quiet is finally in Gaza unlike the westbank where hamas members are being targeted , arrested , beaten etc.. etc.. Shame on the west to export democracy made to measure according to THEIR choice .

    from the article: The only chance to defeat Hamas
    First published 00:00 25.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 25.06.07
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