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    • Gee
    • 12.05.07 | 00:38 (IDT)

    I'll answer your stupidity. 'Exactly how many Palestinians are you willing to kill to stop the rockets?' All that attack us. 'You talk about destroying all of Gaza so I have to assume that you don`t care how many people get killed in the process. How long are you willing to maintain a large troop presence in Gaza?' Until they are peaceful. 'You know as soon as the troops leave the rockets will start again. BTW I realized as I read the article that it would probably be fairly easy to make a multi-stage Qassam which would give the Palestinians more range, so are you going to shove all Gazans into the sea to create a "buffer zone?"' If that is what it takes. 'I think you are discovering the limits of belligerence' No, but they will if they continue. No other country in the world is expected to allow their enemies free attacks. I wonder why?

    from the article: The wheels did not turn
    First published 00:00 11.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.05.07
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