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Treat the Gaza terrorists just as we treat al Qaeda.

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Submitted by M.D'Souza (United States), Sep 7, 2007 at 11:56

Gaza is now under the control of Hamas. The co-founder of Hamas was Abdullah Azzam, a Palestinian. This is the same guy who along with Osama bin Laden birthed the al Qaeda in the mid-1980s to promote the so-called "Arab Afghans".

If we can oust al Qaeda out of Afghanistan, Israel can definitely oust Hamas terrorists out of Gaza and wherever they are found in Israeli territory. Hamas and al Qaeda were founded by the same master terrorist Azzam, the Palestinian.

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