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Talking, not force, is the only solution in Gaza

gaza-samdag-flickrThe near certainty that Israeli aggression against Hamas will end in failure is surely a compelling reason for negotiation. –

Covering just 365 square kilometres and home to 1.5 million people, Gaza is one of the most densely populated regions in the world. So it is unlikely that Israel would be able to launch a military offensive against Hamas militants, who have fired hundreds of rockets across the border in recent days, without inflicting terrible casualties on the civilian Palestinian population. But, say Israel’s leaders, the threat to their own civilians leaves them no choice. > more. 
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5 comments on “Talking, not force, is the only solution in Gaza

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  2. djcnor
    December 28, 2008

    Why no comment by the actual holder of this site? Why just a copy and link to a Guardian site? Is the author of this blog the author of the Guardian article?

  3. theolounge
    December 28, 2008

    no, I am not a Guardian author. We select interesting articles and set a link to them from our site. When we have time, we comment these articles in self written articles.

  4. theolounge
    December 28, 2008

    …but today I didn”t have much time. I had to write on our German site…

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