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Submitted by gary (United States), Aug 10, 2005 at 22:46

Everyone, including myself, are understandably concerned about the Israeli pullout from gaza. To me the plan is irrational and i think Sharon needs to be drug tested. But also remember that the Israeli pullout is due to economic considerations and not the murder caused by a bunch of criminal thugs.

We already hear the arabs claiming victory but the victory is Israel's. 57 years of unrelenting murder attacks and Israel is still there, the arab squatters in judea, sumaria and gaza still live in poverty and instead of seeking a more moderate government to deal with Israel, the squatters are shifting their alliance more and more to the human garbage called hamas.

Now lets consider that a wave of rampant violence occurs. Dont ever believe that Israel couldnt reoccupy gaza in the blink of an eye. The Israeli government should make this crystal clear to the squatters. And if this needs to occur it will not be the Israelis counting the dead, it will be the squatters.

And as another benefit for Israel, one of the big mouthed murdering terrorists has already announced that they will be moving their murder operations to the west bank. This will mean that all the murderers will be consolidated in one area instead of two and the IDF will be able to send its troops from Gaza to judea and sumaria.

And in conclusion, if Netanyahu is reelected prime minister, and there is a good chance of it, he will stop at nothing to protect Israel and thats real bad news for the murderers.

Thank You,

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