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allow hamas to grow!

Reader comment on item: [The Hamas Electoral Victory:] Democracy's Bitter Fruit

Submitted by david bryan (United States), Jan 27, 2006 at 11:14

We must allow hamas to grow! How dare interfere with the peoples rights! This interference should stop at once. What do I mean? All EU, UN & American aid should end at once, unless the duly elected people's representative, hamas, renouces all violence, incitement and anti-jew/israeli hatred. Their Charter must be changed and not just an aknowledge of a 2 state solution, but rather a public embrace of the JEWISH state and it's connection and HISTORY to the land.

If hamas, cannot or will not do this, then: effective at once: all eternal power supplies should be cut, as well as sewage (not water supply into the gaza strip), if hamas and its' people it legally represents choose a path of war, then all power sub stations, schools, gas distribution should be destroyed, the border between jordan & israel and israel & gaza should be completely removed.

war is war, if the hamas/islamic peoples deep declaring it, we should listen, believe and respond like it is war...

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