The "Clean & Green" terrorists dump civilians for killers - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • CK Tan
    • 01.10.07 | 09:06 (IST)

    "Palestinian diplomats in Cairo estimate that 2,000 Palestinians remain stranded in Egypt, including university students, people who had sought medical care abroad, and people who had been visiting relatives at the time of the Gaza takeover." The terrorists have made asses out of the Israel-bashers here by exposing their "it's all Israel's fault" fallacies that the stranded people cannot return. No, they WANT to leave the sick and the ordinary citizens stuck at the the other side so that they can MILK full PROPAGANDA, the same SICK way they use HUMAN SHIELDS to cover for them during battles. All the big talk about making gaza a better place for the ordinary palestinians is just a big charade. When it comes to the crunch, the pious thugs CLEARLY show they don't care about the common people.

    from the article: Report: Hamas turned Al-Qaida man over to Egypt as part of border deal
    First published 00:00 01.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 01.10.07
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