The Syrian army is rapidly closing in on the rebels who are in control of the city, leaving a narrow corridor through which civilians are escaping on foot; Russian and Iranian support are tipping the balance in Assad's favor.01:04 06.02.16 | 1 comments
The only plan that could help these 'palestinian' pawns is to work for their emmigration to some other country. There annual yearly wage is close to $1,000 per family. How many years would it take given the climate and greed of their leaders to make life tolerable? Today more than 50% want out. After the fence the number should rise to over 70%. The dissengagement from Gaza did not improve the life style for the 'palestinians'. The world bank thought it would. Gidean Levy should think more in terms of the immediate needs of these 'palestinians' and work for their emmigration in a just and humane way. After this is done, then Israel can better seperate the terrorists from regular 'palestinians'.