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Friday, June 06, 2003

Oh yeah, roadmap's working real good

Looks like peace is atlast within reach.

The radical Islamic movement Hamas has broken off its dialogue with Palestinian Prime Minister Abu Mazen, who is seeking to negotiate an end to anti-Israeli attacks.

"Abu Mazen does not represent us, and we refuse to meet with him because there is no point to it," Hamas leader Abdul Aziz al-Rantissi said in Gaza.

He says Abu Mazen made unacceptable commitments at a US-led summit with Israel in Aqaba, Jordan, on Wednesday.

Remind me, cease fire within the week? Attacks will stop in 20 days? Yeah, Right.
Hamas isn't something you negotiate with, it's something you kill and destroy. That's the only way of dealing with terrorist, just like it was the only way of dealing with Nazis. No negoatiations with terrorists, EVER.


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