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  1. simon
    Aug 02 - 7:16 pm

    Hamas did not win the war. Firstly, it is not over. Hamas has not forced tend of the blockade. It is a blockade forced in Gaza to starve Hamas of its weapons. Egypt jointly shut down tunnels because they want no part of Hamas. Many Arab regimes have been silent, because they fear Hamas. Hamas is almost isolated. That is not a win for Hamas. But because of Hamas, Gazans loose.

  2. Les Freud
    Aug 03 - 5:29 am


    There are no winners in a war. Once hostilities erupt, the question becomes – who will loose more?

  3. Thomas Oster
    Aug 03 - 7:10 am

    “Israel has lost the Gaza war.” Do Netanyahu and his party think so? Do a majority of Israelis think so?

    I think that this war tells us that Netanyahu and his government have no interest in the establishment of a Palestinian state. It is time to end the charade. We can no longer ignore the truth.

    President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry should suspend U.S. efforts to facilitate negotiations. The interests of the Israeli government and the interests of the United States are diverging.

  4. Fred Hassan
    Aug 03 - 8:14 am

    The only country in the world that can bring peace to both the Palestinian and the Israeli’s is the United States. It will take powerful American Jews to accomplish this. May Gaod bring peace to both nations.

  5. Rehmat
    Aug 03 - 2:09 pm

    No rational personal would believe what Netanyahu, a professional liar, says. He is taking this “unilateral” decision to stop a war which he started “unilaterally” in the first place. The truth is the Jewish soldiers returning in body-bags (over 80 of them so far), which has forced Netanyahu to bend backward to avoid a bloody home backlash.

    Hamas being created by Israel is as much true as Israeli propagandists claiming that “Israel created G-d”. It’s true the cripple Sheikh Yassin was in Israeli jail, but that doesn’t mean he collaborated with Israel Mossad.

    Rabbi Michael Lerner wrote on July 16, 2014: “Hamas is “objectively even if not subjectively” the best friend of the Israeli settlers, right-wing Israeli extremists, and the Netanyahu government.”

    Simone Rodan-Benzaquen in a recent article at WSJ, entitled “Do Jews have a future in Europe?”, shows his Talmudic contempt by blaming Muslims for Jew -hatred in order to cover Jewish crimes against 60 million French citizens.

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