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    • Leon Rosgarten
    • 11.06.07 | 00:12 (IDT)

    I am heart-broken to read this: "In Rafah earlier, hundreds of rival gunmen took up positions on street corners and rooftops, pounding each other's positions with rocket-propelled grenades and machineguns." Imagine all these brave fighters could stand on zionists street corners and rooftops, and do a tremendous service to the cause of the revolution. Instead, by racist apartheid policies of the zionist regime are forcing them to do the good work in their own streets, which are already clean of jews. What a huge loss and waste of revolutionary energies. The zionist entity must accept its full responsibility for this tragedy, just as for the Naqba. Until then, we, progressive British academics will maintain our full boycott of this unlawful, agressive and inhuman entity.

    from the article: Palestinian gunmen target Haniyeh's home in Gaza
    First published 00:00 10.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 10.06.07
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