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    • Uncle Sam#1
    • 22.11.12 | 10:05 (IST)

    Nobody wins; if people are still opressed, occupied and subjected to having their children murdered,government officials assassinated, land and homes stolen from them. As long as this situation exists, where people aren't free the entire thing will happen again. Israel will again have to deal with people wanting their freedom. Hamas will regroup, rearm with more deadly accurate wepons to rain down on Israel in a rebilion for freedom. Israel has the key to the door: All they have to do is open it and wlk in. Making peace with the Pals. and giving them a state will reduce the threat. Attacking Hamas because Abbas is going to ask for an upgrade was a very crude move. Doing whatever it takes to discredit the move of the Pals right to approach the U/N is as transparent as glass. But without the poor poor pitiful me card Israel has nothing left in the deck to play with. Except violance and murder.

    from the article: Who won this round in Gaza, Israel or Hamas? Only time will tell
    First published 09:11 22.11.12 | Last updated 03:31 22.11.12
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