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Egypt official: Israel, Gaza militants agree to ceasefire

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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 09:49 PM
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This doesnt have the look of slowing down. Tehran is pulling the strings on the firing of rockets and Egypt and Hamas are trying to stop it. Israel says is a Fajr is fired then the gloves come off.




posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 02:04 AM
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Apparently no more missiles are coming from Fatah governed section of Palestine as they want to give peace a chance. However, Hamas in Gaza have to do more to educate the people there or deport them if they want to sabotage any chance of peaceful coexistance with Israel and get on with life. Jordan and Egypt should be enough proof that you can live side by side without having to kill one another on every 3 or 4 months interval. If people really desire peace and normalcy the authorities should start educating its citizens and emphasise that revenge is not the way to go. Israel should target militants with snipers and not missiles so that collateral damage to innocent people is minimised. You needn't have to be afraid you'd expose your informer from within the terror cell. I know its easier to "push" a button than to plan and coordinate an assault team but don't be lazy...make some effort. If both sides make an effort things would improve. Peace only comes with effort by all parties involved.



posted on Mar, 14 2012 @ 04:06 AM
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Hamas is asking for a guarantee Israel will stop their "targeted assasinations" before agreeing to a cease fire. After all Israels assasination of a Hamas operative is what started this exchange. In other words Israel went into Gaza and killed a few people and Hamas responded with rocket attacks. If Israel just stays out of Gaza there would be less problems. Seems like Israel gets tired of waiting for agressive action from Hamas so creates an incident to provoke them.



posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 06:08 PM
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Pft, Iran owns Hamas and Hezbollah both. Whatever mind games they play comes straight from Khamenei, the man is desperate to bring his Mahdi, all the Ayatollah's are.





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