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Israel to consider reopening Gaza crossings if violence stops
Associated Press
Published: 01.04.08, 18:19
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1. slaves must please their master
Marcel ,   Florida   (04.01.08)
Only a few days after Sec.Rice has left Israel there is much movement in Israel. All towards greater disaster. More rewarding of the Palestinians for their terrorism and more surrender to the failed agenda of mastah Bush,the lord,god Israel serves with complete obedience.
2. "until violence stops" - That's until the end of times.
Miriam ,   Israel   (04.01.08)
Let's see you keep your word, Mr. Barak.
3.  NEGOTIATIONS?..SHALLIT FIRST!
ROLAND SEENER ,   LONDON ENGLAND   (04.01.08)
HOW DARE ANYONE PROMISE A CONCESSION TO THE PALESTINIANS,UNLESS THEY OBTAIN THE FREEDOM FOR CPL.SHALLIT...WE ARE THROWING AWAY A VALUABLE CARD TO COUNTER THE "JOKER"...IN ALL NEGOTIATIONS SHALLIT MUST BE CONSIDERED FIRST!
4. HERE WE GO AGAIN
zionist forever   (04.01.08)
How many times have we had the terrorists on the run and because its getting tough for them they call for a ceacefire or hudna? Terrorists stop attacks for a little while, we stop making terrorist life hard, terrorists use the oportunity to reorganise and when they are ready they say hudna over war is back on. Everytime the terrorists make these offers for the sake of a couple of months of quiet they allow the terrorists to get back up to full fighting strengh and all the hard work we had done to weaken them is wasted so we fight, we weaken them again they call another hudna we forget the lessons of the past and accept it and the circle begins again. Its amazing this country is about to turn 60 with all the idiots we have had running it
5. No Justicer for the Palestinians No Peace for the Jews
lydia ,   Brisbane, Australia   (04.02.08)
Until ALL the blockades are removed, and the Palestinians are allowed to go about their business without hindrance and until the siege on Gaza ceases and until the jews recognizes the legally elected representative of the Palestinians people and the jews address to the UN resolution to return to 1967 border No justice No peace.
6. opening border crossings
sas ,   israel   (04.02.08)
sad to say - no side really wants peace.
7. 5. at least use capital "J"
Gil ,   Tel Aviv   (04.02.08)
I notice how you're quite a fluent speller and considering your obvious ability to operate the caps lock and shift keys its hard to understand why you insist on spelling "Jews" with a lower case j. Or is it? By the way, I don't suppose that the citizens of Sderot are allowed to go about their business too are they? Also, I suppose that the "egyptians" should also lift the blockade on Gaza too should they? Or its just Israel's fault (as usual). Nice balanced view you have over there in australia.
8. #7,It's a resistance stooopid
lydia ,   Brisbane, Australia   (04.03.08)
The occupiers must recognize the repercussions of their actions i.e. Zawahiri, Al Quida No.2, whose house you destroyed and who is baying for your destruction. Hamas has now morphed into a formidable foe and the resistance no longer satisfied with just throwing stones but armed possibly with more sophisticated and lethal weaponry now that Iran is hovering. The Egyptians and the jordanians like Abbas are being bribed to turn a blind eye, if and when the aid/bribe dries up the border tunnels will more resemble swiss cheese.
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