Monday, August 08, 2005

Big day ahead for Gaza Strip

Shooting. Killing. Cease-fire. Peace talks. Tense waiting. Repeat.
Why do reports on the Isreal/Palestine conflict continue to follow this vicious cycle over and over again?

On Aug. 17, Israel will allegedly remove itself from the Gaza Strip as part of a "land-for-peace" initiative between Israel and Palestine. This unilateral decision will force a lot of folks away from their homes. Violence has already erupted among some Palestinian militant groups.

Whenever I read about the Gaza Strip, I think back to a Political Science professor I once had who referred to the area as "a small strip of land made up of dirt and rocks."

here's one recent Q and A

and check this out

2 Comments:

At 3:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Man, the Gaza Strip sounds like a rather sucky place to live. Us Yanks should invite all the Palestinians and Israelis over to the REAL promised land--the Wisconsin Dells. I'm not sure what Gaza's got that's so special, but it sure ain't minigolf, laser tag, and six (count 'em) SIX water parks.

 
At 5:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, great idea! they could take special trips to DisneyWorld and that South of the Border highway stop, too. they could get special "peace in the middle east" discounts

 

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