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Lessons for the World from a New Gaza War

Can Israel sustain this situation? Of course, that is basically the framework in which it has been living and prospering for 64 years. Is it preferable? Of course not. What is the world going to do to make it better? Nothing.

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Originally published at Rubin Reports.

About the Author: Professor Barry Rubin is director of the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center and editor of the Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA) Journal. See the GLORIA/MERIA site at www.gloria-center.org.


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4 Responses to “Lessons for the World from a New Gaza War”

  1. Mark L. Shane says:

    Barry-I think this is just another milktoast( up in a pillar of smoke ) show that will keep the gaza status quo as previously endured by Israel-compliments of that milktoast, Mr Softee- Nice guys crowd conspiracy- out of TelAviv. Keeping hamas in gaza is just plain , common sense, GOOD for business.

  2. Anonymous says:

    THIS IS A WAR?
    The Jewish way, Israel keeps Hamas supplied with everything to keep them strong and an ever growing threat and at ease while it fights restrained to please their fake peace pimps, the EU, UN, US.
    Israel supplies the electricity to their destroyers as a vain show of how nice suicidal Jews are to their executioners, how stupid is that?
    The high IDF command are pushing for a ground operation but the dithering prime minister Netanyahu and his retreat prone defense minister Barak once again restrain the IDFand prefer to wait…
    Fearful Israel targets Haniyeh's generator but not him. What kind of message is this Jewish way sending? I SAMUEL 15.

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