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TRUCE: Hamas to Stop Firing on Israel For Now

Summers Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:50 PM
The name Palestine, Genius, came courtesy of an insult by the Romans. You seem to have no knowledge of the Ottoman Empire, which results in a rather large chasm in your understanding. The Brits next took over what was called the Palestinian Protectorate. It was a sparsely occupied area, with some towns (cities) that were centers of Jewish scholarship. The Zionists pushed to have a Jewish state. At one point, at the 6th Zionist Convention in London, Theodr Hertzl pushed to have Uganda made into the Jewish state. They, ultimately, decided on a portion of the Palestinian Protectorate.
Summers Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:56 PM
It was at this point that the Arab nations started filling the Gaza Strip up with citizens of their countries.

The media war over whom were the biggest victims resulted from the above. Ted Turner, later on, spent no small amount of time and money to prop up the 'Palestinians'. The Arab League has shown no interest in working with or for these people to help them or guide them in any meaningful way. In that vacuum, jihadists have taken over.
Summers Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 3:53 PM
It was at this point that fighting and guerilla warfare began as European Jews began flooding into the area that had previous had 3% Arab Jews, 9% Christians, and most of the rest were Muslims. The Zionists murdered British soldiers, blew up the King David Hotel and took other such action to force the state of Israel, which they ultimately got. Their problem with the Brits was that the Brits were trying to limit the number of Jews going into the Palestinian Protectorate from Europe.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's planned visit to the Middle East today was enough to force Egypt into pressuring Hamas into a truce with Israel. According to Reuters, Egypt brokered a deal that would stop the fighting just hours before Israel planned a ground invasion into Gaza. Naturally although a truce has been reached, the Muslim Brotherhood's President of Egypt Mohamed Morsi blamed Israel for the violence in statements about the agreement.

An Egyptian-brokered ceasefire in the Gaza conflict will go into effect later on Tuesday, a Hamas official said.

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