... and other weapons, and spent it on public works, there would be no raw sewage in the streets. But why even worry about Gazans? They seem to be perfectly happy with life in their coastal village, since they turn out regularly to sing praises to their leaders. I have never heard a word of dissent, Akiva. They like to shoot rockets at Sderot, hoping to hit a kindergarten. That seems crazy to me. But maybe they like the smell of raw sewage. Is that crazier? Tell me. One final thought: If I couldn't see the good in what my country was doing in Haiti, and could only use it as a springboard for a negative article, I would think it time to leave my country and find a better one.
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British defense minister would like to have a vote for military action in Syria this week (Reuters)
from the article: Israel's compassion in Haiti can't hide our ugly face in Gaza