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Subject: Long term policy in Gaza
battar    6/5/2010 2:10:45 PM
Rockets fired from one side, a partial blockade from the other side, and nothing's moving. What is, or what should be, Israels's long term policy in Gaza? The current policy seems to be "do nothing" which means that in 10 years time we will see rockets and blockades. What is the optimum policy for both sides? And don't say "the Palestinians should accept peace with Israel under Israel's terms". Thats for the Disney forum. We're talking overpopulation, religious education, and Islamic extremeism.
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YelliChink       6/5/2010 3:55:53 PM
Their long-term solution is to use babies as their weapon. They need overpopulation to provide manpower needed, and they will use religious education to indoctrinate and control young people. All aim at one goal, and you know what that is. For the Israelis, their strategy shouldn't be much different except the extremism and religious part. However, it seems to me that the chunk of Israeli population, who are consciously preparing for the future and survival of the state, are Orthodox Jews.
If you think things are bad enough, then you'd better have a strong heart. Things are only getting worse and worse, and I'm not sure it can get any better before the end of final showdown many decades later.
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Ezekiel       6/7/2010 2:44:08 AM
YelliChink I agree with you on this one...And I can't wait for that day, with palestinian obdurance and rejection, it must follow that what it means when it gets worse, is that israel will have its own legion of believers and will fight just as hard as those now fighting Israel, while Israel plays pedantic.
What is the future of Gaza? Very simple Hamstan must be destroyed utterly and completely. Then and only then will its inhabitants enjoy peace.
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