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Reader comment on: The Coming Palestinian Civil War

Submitted by samuel (South Africa), Oct 28, 2009 04:59

This long playing saga of Palestinian infighting and power grabbing only shows up the dis-unity in Arab politics and the naivety of the leftist/liberal wing.It,s all about power and who gets the proceeds from tunnel building and weapons smuggling activities across the Egyptiabn border.The bigger picture of nationbuilding and responsibility counts for nothing as it,s always been this way,kill your detractors ,opponents ,groom your son (Egypt,Jordan,Syria )for the day Papa retires ,quell dissatisfaction amongst the peasants by blaming the Zionists for everyhing and don,t tel the truth under any circumstances as it hurts ,badly.Meantime the Palesttinian state (Jordan) awaits the homecoming of it,s rightful inhabitants ,but this cannot happen until the King receives his orders from Amr Moussa and the League,so the saga continues ,just as the sun rises and sets ,so Palestine(Jordan) waits.

pa

the naivety of the leftist


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