Wednesday, 14 January 2009

ISRAEL ADMITS BREAKING THE CEASEFIRE

For 18 days the Israeli Government has attempted to justify to the world their decision to unleash a massive military campaign against Gaza by claiming that it was as a direct result of Hamas' breach of the ceasefire brokered by the Egyptian Government.

 

Hamas has always stated the simple fact that between June 2008 and November 2008 they did not fire a single rocket into Israel.

 

In a recent interview given to Channel 4 News, the Israeli Government's official spokesman Mark Ragev finally more or less admitted that Hamas did not break the ceasefire. Watch the video, and see the tacit admission; implicit for instance in the admission that Israel acted first, in attacking Hamas in November:

 

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=SILJxPTqjAM

1 Comments:

Blogger weggis said...

i would have thought that a Quaker and a Green would not be so much concerned as to "who started it", but how to bring it to an end and resolve the difficulty?

14 January 2009 at 21:41  

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For 18 days the Israeli Government has attempted to justify to the world their decision to unleash a massive military campaign against Gaza by claiming that it was as a direct result of Hamas' breach of the ceasefire brokered by the Egyptian Government.

 

Hamas has always stated the simple fact that between June 2008 and November 2008 they did not fire a single rocket into Israel.

 

In a recent interview given to Channel 4 News, the Israeli Government's official spokesman Mark Ragev finally more or less admitted that Hamas did not break the ceasefire. Watch the video, and see the tacit admission; implicit for instance in the admission that Israel acted first, in attacking Hamas in November:

 

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=SILJxPTqjAM

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