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Friday, August 08, 2014

But will they stand up to Hamas?

The Times of Israel reports that the vast majority of 'Palestinian' residents of Gaza want a long-term agreement with Israel.
An overwhelming 92 percent of Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip are in favor a long-term ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, and 72% hope their leaders will work to achieve a lasting peace agreement with the Jewish state, a new poll has found.
Well, yeah. But not only won't they stand up to Hamas - they can't admit that Hamas lost and they don't blame Hamas for the conflict. 
Twenty-five percent of Palestinian respondents to an Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya survey on Gazan attitudes toward Operation Protective Edge said they believe Hamas had won the conflict. Eight percent said Israel was the victor, 14% said it was a draw, and 46% said both sides had lost. Sixty-seven percent said Hamas was not to blame for the destruction in the Gaza Strip, and some 68% said they would prefer the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip over the option of rearming the militant factions there.
Morons. They can't even answer a survey question honestly. They deserve what they get.

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