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    Israel-Gaza conflict

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    Hamas Against Israel...


    Ok I been watching this war between Hamas and Israel since it first started a few weeks ago. I know there has been many many deaths and almost all are civilians and young children. But why has Hamas rejected recent and past cease-fires? Does Hamas have a plan to brain wash the American public and the world by allowing there own people to be killed?

    Isn't it obvious Hamas is not looking for peace or a resolution? Yes Israel is more capable and accurate when it comes to fighting, but all this fighting could end if Hamas agrees to not attack Israel in the near future, and to allow Israel to look at those underground tunnels that lead towards Israel. It looks like the media is doing a hell of a job to paint Israel as the bad guy by continuing to say how many innocent civilians are dying in Gaza. John Kerry did a really bad job trying to get Israel and Hamas to cease-fire. Hell, as a matter of fact it looks like Obama and Kerry along with others seem to have turned their backs against Israel. We have all kinds of stuff going on in the world right now with Russia, Putin, and Israel and Hamas at war.
    When will it end? I don't know, but it wont be soon and it'll be later than sooner. But for that to happen, Hamas has to be pressured to stop attacking Israel. If not, next time it'll be much much worse and a true Holy war will breakout.


    That's just my opinion...

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