Which Side Refuses Peace?

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    Yeah I know, so confusing. I mean, it takes two, right? :laugh: The Palis will never want peace:


     
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    One. Tactical. Nuke.

    That's all it take. Really simple.
     
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    It's a bit close to the homeland to use nukes, even tactical ones.

    I'd use MOABs and/or daisy cutters.
     
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    Good call - Ord Pwn3s. :)
     
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    It's their funeral. They're out in the open on their own turf now.
     
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    I heard that Isreael has some new sort of approach which goes like:
    If you don't recognize us, - we can't negotiate. We will withdraw to a unilateral standard we think is fair. Period.

    Pretty cool. They do the "negotiation" for Hamas, and cuts future debate on the matter. Next time Palistine wants to negotiate it is sort of too late.

    I don't want to nuke Palisitine or anything. I think they deserves the right to create suitable living conditions, a soverign state and all that, and now they have had the chance. But failing to accept their counterpart has truley shown how inept they are handling foreign affairs. There should be some sort of license to run a country.
     
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    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060329...bIUvioA;_ylu=X3oDMTBiMW04NW9mBHNlYwMlJVRPUCUl


     
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    They can't ask for more. They had no country and Israel certainly was under no obligation to provide them with one. Pursuing peace, Israel GAVE them land. And what did they do to show their thanks?

    In a popular election, the majority of Palestinians voted in a known, international terrorist organization as their gov't. Showing their true colors. The majority holds the same ideals concering Israel as Hamas does.

    As I said, their funeral. They're a wide-open target now. No more hiding out among the populace of a 3rd nation.
     
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