The solution is simplicity itself, Aluf Ben - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 02.08.07 | 11:32 (IDT)

    Accept the offer of a 10 year hudna. Problem solved: you can give control of the West Bank back to the Palestinians. You can allow them to build their state. And you can let Fatah in the West Bank reach an accomodation with Hamas in Gaza. And you've got 10 years to build your stupidly pointless little qassam-interceptors. And 10 years to build up cooperation between the two states so that the Palestinian will not even be bothered taking up the struggle again in 2017. And if the Palestinians break the hudna before the 10 years are up? Well, Aluf, then they will be a state that is launching an armed attack on your state. Article 51, UN Charter, baby..... attack 'em back, invade them, and occupy them. Nobody will complain, and nobody will attempt to stop you. The Pals are ALREADY offering you the solution to your argument, and all you can do is turn around in circles and mutter "Hey, did anyone hear a noise just then?????"

    from the article: PlayStation Palestine
    First published 00:00 02.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.08.07
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