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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

'Palestinians' threatening (again) to break the 'blockade'

The 'Palestinians' are once again threatening to try to break down the fences that keep them in their Gaza cage only this time it's not just Egypt they're threatening.
Gazans will storm into Egypt and Israel if they don't lift their embargo of the territory, leading Hamas official Khalil al-Haya said Tuesday.

Palestinians in Gaza can no longer bear being confined to the strip and subjected to shortages of food, power and substandard health care, he said.

In January, Palestinians breached their southern border and poured into Egypt, buying up everything in sight.

Palestinians will do it again, and might breach other borders, Al-Haya said in a clear reference to Gaza's borders with Israel.
Not to mention the shortage of cigarettes, big screen televisions and fancy motorcycles. But the bottom line is that it's been three months since the last time the 'Palestinians' breached one of Gaza's borders and Israel seems to be in no better position to deal with it now than we were then.

Here's a video from Press TV that shows what's happening on the 'Palestinian' side of the Gaza fence.


At 10:59 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israelis don't want the mess of Gaza and the shelling of Sderot and Ashkelon is felt to be a small price to avoid it. As long as the Palestinians aren't mounting cross border terror raids, there's no great urgency for a military operation in Gaza to eliminate the Hamas terrorist regime in power there.


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