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    • DRORA
    • 01.06.07 | 16:34 (IDT)

    Do you stay up late in order to dream up these Arabists Appeasing scenarios or are they fed to you.in 1948 we (not you) had to fight 6 armies. in 1967 3 armies with a number in the background and in 1973 2 armies. Now we are concerned with 1 army and two terror entities. That is pure bunkum. WHY would we talk to Syria when they are supporting terror against US and supply them with arms . A GROUND operation is the only remedy for Gaza and the creation of buffer zones. Perhaps we can send you to that buffer zone to monitor compliance and negotiate with your paramours, the terror groups.. Perhaps you can update us on your "NEGOTIATIONS" with Karim. I call them feel good Arabist Appeasing sessions. But you are an Arabist so what else can we expect.

    from the article: IDF: No Gaza ground operation due to fear of war with Syria
    First published 00:00 01.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.06.07
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