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Ali Abunimah
What’s to celebrate? He will be replaced by another cold-blooded butcher of Palestinian children. Netanyahu’s replacement represents precisely zero progress for Palestinian rights.
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Ali Abunimah 17 Sep 19
Replying to @netanyahu @gantzbe
From UN, facts about Israel's 2014 war on Gaza, when was prime minister, and opposition leader was army chief: 2251 Palestinians killed including 551 children. 11,231 more injured including 3,436 kids. And that's just the 2014 war.
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T 17 Sep 19
Replying to @AliAbunimah
Surely there’s something to cling onto Ali. If Israeli politics is more divided and polarised there’s more chance for reform.
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Ali Abunimah 17 Sep 19
Replying to @TabPharmer
No. There is no capacity for reform from within. External pressure is the necessary condition.
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colette sale 17 Sep 19
Replying to @AliAbunimah
Is there no hope? Did not think they came much worse.
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JudeanPeoplesFront 17 Sep 19
Replying to @AliAbunimah
You're right! Still Palestinian Justice will be a looooong fight. Small (even if trivial) victories should be celebrated to sustain the fight and lift fighters spirits.
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sergio bretas 17 Sep 19
Replying to @AliAbunimah
You are SO right, Ali
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Rita Allison 18 Sep 19
It will be a kind of sweet justice to see the arrogant Netanyahu behind bars. A fitting end. Just hope he’s put away for a long time but .......
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Ilanyv🇺🇸 17 Sep 19
Hamas pushing civilians, women, children into the line of fire with the hope of creating casualties. They're trying to incur casualties in order to put pressure on Israel, which is horrible.
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Rita Allison 18 Sep 19
You’re wrong. The ones who go to the fence are the ones who are so desperate and affected by the way their lives are completely controlled. So many educated young people but cannot leave unless they have lots of money. No work- no money. Get it!
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