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Talibanization of Gaza -Questions

Reader comment on: Hamas Rules

Submitted by Hannah (United States), Aug 18, 2007 18:58

Too late -- but there are questions to be asked and answered!

1. Why was terrorist Hamas permitted to run in the PA elections? (Would al Qaeda have been tolerated?)

2. Why did Carter feel that a 'democratically elected' Hamas should be respected - as he recently reiterated?

3. Why did Sec'y of State Rice demand and threaten Israel re abandonment of the Philadelphi Corridor and Rafah (over the objections of Israeli Defense leaders), allowing terrorists and heavy weapons to be brought into Gaza and al Qaeda training camps?

4. Why is Pres. Bush determined , in the face of such developing danger, to establish another terrorist state of Palestine, despite the Hamas/Fatah threat of destroying Israel? This would be the 23rd Muslim apartheid state where no other religion is tolerated! How can he justify fighting for democracy in Iraq and help destroy one - Israel.

The article about the Talibanization of Gaza is starkly realistic. Now we have another major warfront developing because of the foolish actions of the Bush administration. I have supported Mr. Bush (in Iraq) until now but he is losing many Republicans like me because of his inability to change course when conditions change. Now, al Qaeda has another haven! When will our leaders get real and anticipate results before they act?!!


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