Increalse arrests if PA doesnt comply? 1 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ahmed
    • 08.03.10 | 07:29 (IST)

    Am i missing something or does the fact that "israel" is happy to "reduce" arrests if PA cooperates suggest that those arrests are false in the first place? There's no denying that israel will exert its full force in order to arrest or preferably kill anybody who is a threat. so if they can afford to simply "reduce" arrests, what does this say about the danger those people pose? theres very rarely articles about it, but everyday, the morning headlines streaming across the top of the page are "11 palestinians arrested in overnight raids, 6 palestinans arrested in overnight raids, 13 palestinians arrested.." this is a DAILY event. Some of those people are freed. some of them are held for onths wwithout trial and without explanations. Some of them are never seen again. This is a DAILY event against civilians. And does anybody remember the 1.5million starving, fuel-less, power-less, water-lass, contrete-less, homeless palestinians in gaza, who fell victim to the 2006 war, ALL in

    from the article: MESS Report / Israel threatens PA: 'fight violence or we will'
    First published 02:29 08.03.10 | Last updated 16:13 08.03.10
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