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GUEST,DAN BS: Gaza Strip 28/9 June 2006 (1253* d) RE: BS: Gaza Strip 28/9 June 2006 29 Jul 06

How about a no go area for Israeli armed forces on the West Bank and in Gaza city?

When the Israeli army goes there it is usually to kill civilians,who are often children or the elderly,blow up houses or demolish olive groves.Understandably the Palestinians who have lived on those lands for generations are very,very angry and humiliated.

How about a no go area for the Israeli armed forces in the Lebanon?

This is the secong massive destruction on that country in 25 years.The last time Israel invaded the Lebanon in 1982 it destroyed Beirut with artillery shells,tank fire and missiles.Twenty thousand civilians were killed and many more maimed.Now the Israelis are repeating the bloodlust!

How about a no go area FOR Palestinians in Israeli prisons?

Some nine thousand Palestinian and hundreds of Lebanese are locked up,illteated and frequently tortured .The prisoners include women and children who the Palestinian fighters want to exchange for the captured Israeli soldier [the one with the french passport ].

How about a no go area on the Golan Heights?

This Syrian region was grabbed by Israel in 1967 and has never been returned .

How about a go go area for the Geneva Convention and the humane treatment of civilians?

For the past few weeks we have seen appalling barbarities inflicted on the long suffering people of Gaza and the Lebanon.Today a one DAY old girl , a victim of the bombing,was buried in the Lebanon.One day Olmert and his butchers will have to answer for their war crimes in an international court of law.

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