Then maybe Hamas should end its prison run? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Serge
    • 05.07.11 | 11:54 (IDT)

    You really have to be amazed at the self-feeding circle of chutzpah! Hamas runs Gaza like its own personal terrorist prison, lobbing rockets, offering up its citizens as human sacrifices, trying to run up body counts as propaganda. Useful idiots like "freedom fighter" reinforce Hamas' collective punishment of Palestinians by insisting that the real problem lies elsewhere and that if only we could give the Gazan government a free hand. In the meantime, the Gazan economy, agriculture, industry and trade continue to do what they have always done since the Palestinian leadership began their tactics long ago -- sputter to a start, and then do the same thing all over again.

    from the article: Gaza-bound 'Tahrir' crew warned ship may be in danger
    First published 01:55 05.07.11 | Last updated 01:55 05.07.11
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