The trouble with observations, Mr. Lincoln, is that they're clouded with personal opinion. Your assumption that noone is listening is only that. More likely, as another writer has suggested, Palestinians are tiring of the dilettantish life of Meshal in Damascus and, even more likely, Israel will listen to the sound of no more Qassams, the return of Cpl. SHalit and Mubarak's intelligent and face-saving plan wherein Israel will release prisoners at a later date. Of course, some little-known Palestinian faction, seeing an opportunity, will probably fire something at the Jews within two to three hours of a "cease fire" and someome will try to convince you that listening to that might make you hear, once again, the sound of Palestinians trying to escape from peace.
Security cabinet meeting convened to assess security situation in Israel's south ends (Haaretz)
from the article: IDF artillery shelling kills 2 children, 4 others in northern Gaza Strip
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