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    • 10.12.05 | 04:35 (IST)

    I love reading the posts that demand evidence while at the same time offering none to support their own point. regardless its just common sense, do you honestly think that by punishing the palestinians MORE that they will just suddenly say "wow, they are serious, ok guys lets stop this whole terrorism thing" and do you think it will end that easily? how about the obvious reality that if the security forces in palestine (plural in "forces" because there isn't just one organized group, rather a myriad of groups with overlapping responsibilities that causes confusion in the ranks making it a little bit difficult for abbas to order them to begin dismantling the terrorist groups) attempted to disarm the groups, it would only throw palestine into a civil war and invite more israeli intervention. you can't expect long-term goals to be achieved overnight especially with a fledgling democracy such as the PA

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