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wellst0nev0ter Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Dec-30-08 01:56 AM
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128. And I Guess That Standard Is No Government Buildings In Civilian Areas
Once again, any nonsense to soothe your conscience. And, sorry, you fail my friend. There was a suicide car bombing in 1998 and you know full well that suicide attacks weren't used by Palestinians until 1993 I suggest you learn to practice what you preach.

It is indisputable that it was the Israelis who broke the ceasefire, or the tahdia, or the hudna, or whatever the hell you want to call it for sake of feckless redefinitions in pursuit of muddying the waters. So in that sense, will the Israelis accept their responsibilities in starting up the conflict again, or do all responsibility fall on Hamas and the Palestinians collectively?

And finally, has bombing and shooting the Palestinians into submission ever worked? Has it led to any type of peace process? If not, then the Israelis and the supporters who support this madness are only exercising in a meaningless machinery of death, simply because it feels good to them.
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