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Palestinian Rockets- A tool of Mass Mobilization

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Jan 2, 2009 09:55

I have heard some pretty rediculous rhetoric coming from Palestinians and other Arabs, one in particular said Hamas targets rarely hit their targets, and cause little destruction in Israel. This is another brainwashing statement from Israel's enemies.

As stated in this article, violence is used as a means to get people to submit. It is the wearing down of all people under the attacks over a period of time. Islam says it has all the time in the world, and keeps up the steady vigil of violence and attacks. This is how they have taken over other nations, by exhausting their resources, energy, and killing their people.

These factions should not be allowed to survive, most people regret the loss of innocent lives, but the terrorist could care less, as long as they reach their objectives, A World without Israel!

My newspaper finally had an article I agreed with especially on Israel's right to defend herself. STATED: ( It is not surprising that Israel would react to an attack on its soil and people. The Israelis may not be perfect-note their embargo of Gaza, which has caused much hardship-but they SHOULD NOT BE EXPECTED TO TOLERATE WHAT NO OTHER NATION ON EARTH WOULD. Imagine what American reaction would be if Cuba were launching rockets repeatedly at our southeastern coastline. Past experience should have made it abundantly clear to Hamas that the response would be swift and destructive.

Gazans elected a Hamas government, and that many embrace the the terrorists among them. They're learning now that there are consequences for that choice!

I think a ground invasion will be necessary to get at the heart of Hamas.


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