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    • Gaza Bar and Grill
    • 04.05.07 | 14:20 (IDT)

    I find myself beginning to forget Gaza, and this is a good thing. My former home, whether under occupation or not, is a useless hole, where my brothers devour each other with a side of humous. Gaza as we all know should never have been a problem in the first place. It is all the making of the Egyptians who came as our rescuers and turned into the most viscious and callous of occupiers. Egypt after causing the problem in 1948, turned their selfish backs on the refugees, turning us over to the UN machine. Far too many people working for the UN today depend on our suffering to make very good livings. I contend that Egypt could solve Gaza's problems by a simple bit of generosity. All they have to do is cede us a piece of the Sinai, bordering Gaza. They have more than they need. Instead of asking for more from Israel they should put their money where their mouth is, and ease the problem of over-crowding. This could be easily accomplished but do not count on it.

    from the article: Ignoring the chaos
    First published 00:00 04.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.05.07
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