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    • David
    • 18.09.05 | 15:33 (IDT)

    "On the other hand there are many in Labor, from Peres on down, who would blame poverty in Israel and even bad matriculation scores on the "settlers". " - I don't think there can really be any debate about this. If you're diverting millions into paving roads and building subsidized housing, you gotta take it from somewhere else. Partly, it's from the education system. "long-range missles with poison gas or pose a military threat to Israel." - I presume you're referring to Egypt here. There's a nice big desert in between us and them. We have anti missile systems and poison gas has never been successfully deployed by missile, it's too volatile and very dependent on local topology for "success".

    from the article: Of course, Egypt is to blame
    First published 00:00 18.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.09.05
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