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Tuesday, June 06, 2006
From the JPost:

The amount of weapons and explosives smuggled into the Gaza
Strip since disengagement was bigger than the total amount smuggled into the strip since the Six Day War,
Shin Bet head Yuval Diskin said Tuesday in a meeting of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.


According to Diskin, since the IDF left Gaza, in September
2005, there were 11 tons of TNT, three million bullets, 19,600 rifles, 1,600 pistols, 65 RPG launchers, 430 RPGs and some 10 shoulder rocket launchers smuggled into Israel.


"Iran is putting pressure on Hizbullah to carry out attacks on Israeli
targets," he said, adding that
more than 20 million dollars had been
smuggled in suitcases to the Hamas
movement."


Shouldn't this end all discussion about the "success" of the unilateral deportation plan and plans to implement future similar deportation plans? (Unless the plan is simply to deport Jews, then it was a great success.)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"(Unless the plan is simply to deport Jews, then it was a great success.)"

Aha! You finally get it!

-- MAOZ

(P.s. -- sorry, Joe, I think that might've come across sounding snotty toward you personally. Not meant that way!)

Jerusalem Dreams said...

"Shouldn't this end all discussion about the "success" of the unilateral deportation plan and plans to implement future similar deportation plans? "

Absolutely - in a normal country that is. But here in Chelem, success seems to be measured by who can come up with the best catch phrase for the next disaster. Hamatzav, Disengagement, Convergence…

Jerusalem Dreams said...

...and just when you thought we're our own worst enemy, there's yet another moonbat eager to show that the Jews can do no right even when history has proven that we indeed made the correct decisions.

(From LGF):
"Twenty-five years later, the BBC is still trying to figure out whether it was a good thing that Israel stopped Saddam Hussein from gaining nuclear weapons: Have Your Say: Was Israel right to bomb Osirak?"

http://newsforums.bbc.co.uk/nol/thread.jspa?threadID=2017&&&&edition=1&ttl=20060606184436

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