It's Doubtful The Flotilla Activists Would Agree To This As Their Presumptuous Egos Were Denied Delivery Along With The Greek Supervised Aid - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 03.07.11 | 20:22 (IDT)

    If the so called "activists" were really concerned about the common Gazans they would have a long time ago rebuked Hamas' stupidity, greed, ignorance, foolishness, hypocrisy, and violence resulting in the collective punishment of the Palestinian people there. They would have gathered from the four corners of the Earth on the Egyptian side of the border with Gaza and stormed the tunnels with metal chains, pipes, and knives to stab Hamas commandos and toss them into the sea and break the illegal and immoral blockade the ruling militants have erected by force there to stifle and suffocate to death the Gazan people yearning for life, liberty, and the pursuit of their happiness.

    from the article: Israel accepts Greek offer to transport flotilla’s aid to Gaza; ships due to depart Monday
    First published 19:46 03.07.11 | Last updated 19:46 03.07.11
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