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You don't win a war when you have a 3 hr a day break in the fighting

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Submitted by Barbara Paolucci (United States), Jan 7, 2009 at 12:29

Unfortunately, world leaders are siding with Hamas these days - we are truly living in Bizarro World!

I had hoped Israel would stay on course and wipe out Hamas totally. To allow a 3 hr break in the fighting supposedly for humanitarian aide to reach Palestinians, is to allow Hamas to regroup, restock weapons and rockets and ready for the next fight.

The kindest thing one can do in a war is to hit hard, fast and not let one's enemy live to fight another day.

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