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    • geroge
    • 12.12.07 | 15:34 (IST)

    Okay haaretz editorial staff, lets say israel gives back all post 67 lands, w.bank, e. jerusalem and gives the PLo a land corridor to gaza. what do you think is going to happen? Quassems will still be launched from GAZA, w. bank, e. Jeruslame, and the land corridor from 2 sides. Hamas won't stop. So get off your progressive horse.Stop wearing blinders. Nothing israel will do, will satisfy PLo leaders.About the only thing to do is to maintain the status quo. More and more arabs will leave the west bank permanently. As far as gaza is concerned, repy to the next barrage of quassems with a non-stop barrage of north gaza into civilian areas. They will then slow down the rocket fire. Retake philadelphia. Olmert would never do it cause he doesn't have the guts. the man is an aboslute coward. Finally, get rid of this government, which is the same old tired oslo group with a mentally unfit weakling leading it.

    from the article: From Annapolis to Har Homa
    First published 00:00 12.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 12.12.07
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