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Gaza Today, Israel tomorrow

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Submitted by Dvora (United States), Aug 14, 2005 at 07:40

I predict that Gaza will become a training ground for Al-Queida and many other terrorist cells, once the Jewish presence is removed. Many people believe that there will be a sudden change, in the behavior patterns, of "Palestinians" but nothing Israel or America will do, no amount of land given to these affected personalities will bring about positive or peaceful change. Regardless of whether the "Palestinians" are wahhabized or not, the fact they are affected is, the non-negotiable reality, I perceive as the block to Peace.

The incessant whining, as we witness, as a notable behavior amongst the "Palestinian" Populace is a sign. A willingness to commit mass murder, is a sign. Incessant lying and re-invention is a sign. Corruption within these terror tories, is a sign. Human and animal dismemberment is a sign. Totalitarianism is a sign. Pyromania is a sign. Killing Family members is a sign. Raping family members is a sign.

All these signs, should be a red flag to anyone of sound mind, that they are not dealing with a Partner for Peace, and once Israel makes this concession, there will be terror attacks launched from Gaza, and the Jews Israel removes tomorrow from Gaza, will be the very ones, too disillusioned to assist them in fighting the new Infitada, which, will be renewed with great fervency, and will cause more Jewish blood to be spilled, as the new tally, in the victims of Peace, climbs to endemic proportions. One Jewish life at a time, or maybe dozens.

Eventually, these affected personalities will commit the unconscionable act of swarming Israel killing and destroying everything in their path.

No one deserves that. No one!

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