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Why Hamas has been silent in 2009

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Sep 20, 2009 21:27

I stand by my motto Peace Through Strength. I have several members of my family in the military who also stand by this motto. Strength, power, and the ability to deliver a crushing blow in the first strike is vital to defeating a tyranical enemy. We know one thing for sure. Hamas will not change its rhetoric or its intentions, and neither will Iran. We all hope there could be an agreement in the future for peace, but each time it appears to be short-lived! The only way to change the minds of many Hamas members, is to change their hearts from a self-consuming hatred, and a belief that they should have owner ship of the land.


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