Mark #114, Danite #119 - Hamastan - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ben Gurion
    • 19.09.05 | 00:39 (IDT)

    Thank you Mark for the compliment. In my earlier post #88 I described how Hamas is going to be powerless to act violently in Gaza; not by choice but by circumstance. Danite worries about Hamas and its Islamist ideology, and this will indeed be a concern in the West Bank. It will be very important not to allow free passage between Gaza and the West Bank so that weapons smuggled into Gaza will not reach the WB. In the past, see-thru trucks were used for trade between Jordan and WB. They could be used again between Gaza and WB. Incidentally, what I presented as an "experiment" in #88 is not really so. The setup in Gaza is going to take place anyhow because Israel WANTS badly a recognition of "end of occupation". I just called it an experiment to pretend that it is under more control. Makes it sound doable.

    from the article: Of course, Egypt is to blame
    First published 00:00 18.09.05 | Last updated 00:00 18.09.05
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