"We have told them we cannot accept the reinstatement of restrictions," - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • algeriana
    • 01.06.11 | 20:44 (IDT)

    excuse me? sorry guys but it is their coutnry. they restrict to whatever they want. their borders, their territory, their rules. that's the game. egypt has done the right thing by allowing palestinians in but has also a duty to protect its own citizens from certain people and this is what restrictions are about. there are certain egyptians whose presence in algeria has been a nuisance to our society as we got extremists from there a few years ago setting up their mafia of nutjobs. algeria has the right to do whatever it pleases with its borders, so does egypt and any other country as they are sovereign in their land. hamas is joking here as they know very well why the restrictions are in place.. noone wants hmars to mess up their coutnry and egypt needs stability, that's simple. hamas is improtant in the the resistance movement against an unlawful occupation but outisde that specific context, noone ignores they are an extremist group and as such, egypt has the right to be cautious to say the least and restrictions on known activists and keeping the numbers low help maintain an easy control. why it has to be this low, i don't know and it is not my job to figure out. people need to comply with the rules of the host country even if it not perfect. until there is trust, they cannot open wide the doors. some extremists tend to abuse hospitality & unfortunately everyone is punished. that's the sad reality.

    from the article: Egypt limiting passage through Gaza border crossing, Hamas says
    First published 17:57 01.06.11 | Last updated 17:57 01.06.11
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