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    • Eli
    • 13.06.10 | 04:36 (IDT)

    A leader from Hamas said just a few weeks ago that Hamas' finances have "never been better" due to their controlling of smuggling tunnels, and they DON'T want the blockade to end. So Hamas doesn't want the blockade to end because it helps them, yet Fatah says the blockade shouldn't end because it's hurting Hamas. Someone is lying here. The question is, who...? Of course the gut reaction is to support the side that the US supports, but you know what? lately the US hasn't been too hot on supporting the "right people".

    from the article: Abbas to Obama: I'm against lifting the Gaza naval blockade
    First published 02:27 13.06.10 | Last updated 02:27 13.06.10
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