What if the intent of said attacks was complete genocide of your people, and that genocide was underway would you still not fight back with military force?
Last edited by SgtRock; 12-30-08 at 01:52 PM.
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In a setback for an embattled Hamas terrorist regime in the Gaza Strip, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak declared that he would not fully reopen the Rafah Crossing unless the Palestinian Authority were in control of the Gaza Strip. The Jerusalem Post reported:
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said Tuesday that his government will not fully open its crossing into the Gaza Strip unless Mahmoud Abbas' Palestinian Authority is in control of the border post.
The speech Tuesday from Mubarak came despite criticism of Egypt in the Arab world over its refusal over the past year to open the Rafah crossing, which has helped complete an Israeli blockade of the territory.
Finally, should Egypt yield and fully open the Rafah Crossing, such a development could animate the radical Muslim Brotherhood movement in Egypt and lead to increased cross-border arms smuggling and other terrorist activity. Hence, it is likely that Egypt is not only maintaining its restrictions in support of what it feels is the legitimate Palestinian government, but also as a means toward maintaining political stability against radical movements.
Moderator's Warning: Goobieman..stop the accusations or there will be further consequences. And bub and IT...move on and get back to the topic.
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