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Eternal Wars wanted by world body ?

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Submitted by Gary Rosen (United States), Jan 11, 2009 at 19:10

We have, what I believe, are two options to the current skirmish in the GAZA.

Israelis kick butt on the HAMAS and warn Palestine that NO border attacks continue.

The other option is to listen the the UN world body and have a perpetual small war between ISRAEL and HAMAS so that the world body can call it insignificant and move on to other worldly issues.

I would opt for the first.

You throw stones at me, I'm gonna get bigger stones. It's the only way.

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