Not enough manpower??? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JIm
    • 26.11.09 | 11:01 (IST)

    Israel has enough man power to: extend the IDF from East Jerusalem to Jericho; extend settlers up the road from Jerusalem to Ramallah; extend the Ariel settlement eastward from Ariel to the river Jordan; bulldoze houses, orchards, and vineyards along the way displace people from their homes in the West Bank. And the whining AG wants the public to believe a freeze on construction somehow requires 14 building inspectors? Whatever for? All it requires is the IDF puttng guns in the backs of settlers and commanding them: MARCH! All the way back to legitimate Israel. West of tthe Green Line! Where they have a right to settle. What a pitiful excuse!

    from the article: Barak to IDF: Issue the order to freeze settlement construction
    First published 07:54 26.11.09 | Last updated 21:35 26.11.09
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