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The difference between Hamas and Fatah - in feet

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Submitted by Mladen Andrijasevic (Israel), Jun 19, 2007 at 14:30

Associated Press reported June 10 that Hamas kidnapped a Fatah officer and threw him off the 15-story building. Fatah, the same evening, just before midnight , threw from a 12- story building a Hamas man . Apparently, the difference between Hamas and Fatah is the height of buildings they throw their victims from. But not to the US , EU and even Israel. They have lifted the embargo of the PA since now it excludes Hamas .

I do not enjoy being the guinea pig of a policy which has been tried so many times before and which failed every single time . Will Congress ever enact an Amendment to the Constitution by which politicians would become accountable for their stupid peace plans ?

How about a $100000 fine directly charged to the pocket of the author of every peace plan which fails, and the fine doubling with every unsuccessful attempt? After Oslo I , Oslo II, Taba, Wye, Tenet, Mitchell, Zinni , Sharm el Sheik , Roadmap, Shroadmap, they would think twice.

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