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    • zeev
    • 27.10.09 | 19:46 (IST)

    "If the Pals didn't want a war, they should have started building a state when we pulled out of Gaza." (RF) Nonsense. Hamas is the local branch of the Egyptian 'Muslim Brotherhood'. The least concern of this Jihadist terrorist organization is to build a Palestinian state that will live in peace alongside Israel. This was unknown, most apparently, by then-PM Sharon (historians are still debating who forgot to tell him), when he chose to abandon Gaza into the hands of Hamas rather than let Mahmoud Abbas - who had been elected for Chairman by his people, just six months earlier - have the key of the city. The very same one who, one year later, was addressed by then-President GW Bush as "a man of peace who believes in a two-state solution." "President Bush meets with President Abbas", Sep 20, 2006. www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/US-Israel/bush092006.html Suggested reading: "A Dubai on the Mediterranean", by Sara Roy on Gaza?s future, November 3, 2005. www.lrb.co.uk/v27/n21/roy_01_.html "By taking so much more away from Palestinians than any other agreement since the occupation began, the Disengagement Plan will prove disastrous for everyone, including Israel." (Sara Roy)

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    First published 01:36 27.10.09 | Last updated 18:34 27.10.09
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