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_creationDateJanuary 4, 2009 6:58:26 AM
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_fullText{{Item |author=Jonathan Freedland |source=The Guardian |date=January 3, 2009 |url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jan/03/israel-attack-hamas-gaza-peace |quote="Second, if Israel hoped to break Hamas' hold on Gaza it has gone precisely the wrong way about it. Its leaders have done t ...
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AuthorJonathan Freedland
SourceThe Guardian
DateJanuary 3, 2009
URLhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/jan/03/israel-attack-hamas-gaza-peace
Quote"Second, if Israel hoped to break Hamas' hold on Gaza it has gone precisely the wrong way about it. Its leaders have done this many times before, repeatedly misreading the way Arab societies work. They believe that if they hit Gaza (or Lebanon) hard enough, the local population will blame Hamas (or Hezbollah) for bringing tragedy upon them. But it doesn't work like that. Instead, Gazans blame Israel - and close ranks with Hamas."
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Israel has plenty of tactics for war, but none for peace by Jonathan Freedland (The Guardian, January 3, 2009) (view)

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TopicGaza War
Position_fragmentIsrael was right to attack Gaza
PositionGaza War / Israel was right to attack Gaza
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Israel was right to attack Gaza

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