PRC asks new Egyptian gov't to lift the siege on Gaza

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- The Popular Resistance Committees and its armed wing have called on the new Egyptian government led by Essam Sharaf to immediately lift the "strangling" siege on the Gaza Strip.

    The PRC called in a statement on Saturday for completely opening the Rafah border terminal between Egypt and Gaza, and facilitating movement of passengers round the clock.

    The statement also called for cancelling all restrictions on Palestinians' travel in and out of the Strip, adding that the travel ban on certain Palestinians under trivial security pretexts should come to an end in addition to allowing all Palestinians abroad to return to the Strip.

    PRC asks new Egyptian gov't to lift the siege on Gaza
     
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    *whew* I thought you meant the "Peoples Republic of China"

    screw the PRC.
     
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    Yeah, Gotta get those bomb parts and AK-47's rolling in again. Then they can get the 12 year old suicide bombers back to Tel Aviv again.
     
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    The Palestinian strategies are an interesting study.

    You should look into them sometime.
     

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