Who's in charge in Gaza? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • PETRA
    • 05.04.10 | 14:10 (IDT)

    How does anyone know for sure whose firing the rockets? If Hamas isn't in control, who is? There must be an end of all hostilities from Gaza. This alone is the reason for concern and real worry. If Hamas can't control the area & the firing of rockets, expect more retaliation from Israel. No wonder Egypt is worried, if they go public, you can be sure other gulf sates are also worried.( and are allowing Egypt to be the only one to publicly say so on their behalf) The tragic irony is that some of these same states finance terror & expect it to not enter their borders.. How naive & sad for everyone. They've sponsored what they thought would be a 'limited war' on Israel & now, it boom a rang's back to them and is capable of becoming a regional conflict w/ threats of a world war.. And Obamas 'demands' that Israel allow the pals to have Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria as theirs? ( Bible records that King David allies the two, Israel & Judea 3,000 yrs ago) Gets' more better by the minute.

    from the article: Top Egypt official: Israel-Hamas tensions could lead to another Gaza war
    First published 12:55 05.04.10 | Last updated 16:01 05.04.10
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