Let's cut to the chase "a Joint NATo-arab force "Is a Disaster / - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Jasmine
    • 27.04.10 | 16:03 (IDT)

    Would be a disaster in the making. And CJK put it all in a nutshel. If the Palestinians want a state, they must be able to ensure that their territory is not used for terror attacks against israel.If they cannot control the terrorists, or if they do not want to control the terrorists, they do not deserve a state. I agree with you a 100% no other way . Either Abbas decides to announce who is really in charge or resign. That he holds on in hopes Hamas will change,is like asking for Al-Qaida to build a state on the doorstep of Israel. Have any of you ever thought about the scenario? All well to give advice,but it is never going to be implemented under these circumstances.

    from the article: Gaza is the fuel for Muslim world's anti-Israel struggle
    First published 01:56 27.04.10 | Last updated 08:11 27.04.10
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