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    • Ahmet Turko
    • 29.05.11 | 08:11 (IDT)

    Lets just say the UN (incl USA) imposed a full embargo on Israel for not withdrawing to the 67 borders. Lets just say. And Im talking about a full embargo, like on Iraq and gaza where nothing goes in and out. And suddenly children started to die or suffer because of lack of medicine. And lets say people who needed to have surgery overseas because there werent enough facilities in Israel couldnt leave. Food shortages began (" Having a diet but not starving". ring a bell???).And fisherman couldnt go out and catch fish because they would be shot at by UN forces. All this pain on people because of Netanyahu and Leibermann.Now would that be right?Wouldnt it be wiser to take out the leadership. And with military profficiency (as Israel has), wouldnt it be better??? So you talk about hate. But if you be honest with yourself, you will see hate in you as well. Thats the problem in the first place.

    from the article: Opening of Rafah crossing spells end of Israel's blockade of Gaza
    First published 01:19 29.05.11 | Last updated 01:19 29.05.11
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