So that's what it was +really+ all about - mainly stabilising relations with Egypt. What a relief to know that IDF's gratuitous murder and maiming of all those civilians had a point to it. And of course the really good news is that all those pulverised buiildings - homes and offices and whatnot, were a justifiable expense. Here is a totally unworkable ( I would bet) proposition: Get ordinary Gazans to clean up the remaining rubble left by their rocket attacks over the past two weeks, and get ordinary Israelis to clean up the mess made by IDF explosives in Gaza, over the past two weeks. And what a shame the people directly responsible for firing rocksts and dropping bombs, or for ordering the destruction, don't ever have to physically help clean up their mess with own two hands.
from the article: Israel's Pillar of Defense achieved its goals