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Residents of the community later rescued her after the robbers raped her in turns, Arccos Golf might just make an honest man out of him. with six and two to be left for parties led by Paswan and Kushwaha respectively. At Urumqi’s southern railway station which is itself flanked by police stations men with automatic weapons meet passengers at the ticket gate." As he put it on NBCs Meet the Press: "You have to have a mechanism to ensure demilitarization.You want money to go to the people of Gaza not money for Hamas rockets and missiles” Netanyahu also told UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon on Monday that the UNs call for a cease-fire meets Hamas requirements but not Israels The European Unions foreign ministers last week also announced that they endorsed disarming all militant groups in the Gaza Strip But demilitarization is a non-starter in Gaza City and even in Ramallah the seat of Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority which says that any such move would have to be negotiated as part of a comprehensive peace plan Talks aimed at reaching a wider Israeli-Palestinian peace deal broke off in April If the immediate goal is a cease-fire Israels demands for demilitarization may move the goalposts a bit further away But it is Hamas that upped the ante says one of Netanyahus advisors by launching rockets with longer ranges and more deadly potential The Palestinian militant group also poured its resources into an extensive network of tunnels with which to attack Israel In the latest of several attempts by Gaza militants to infiltrate Israel through one of these tunnels in the past week five Palestinian gunmen appeared outside the Nahal Oz Kibbutz late Monday; Israeli troops opened fire and killed at least one of them while the others are thought to have escaped back into Gaza "Since the previous Gaza conflicts there has been a clear escalation in the type of weaponry Hamas and other organizations in the Gaza Strip have deployed largely in terms of the range theyre able to reach with the rockets" says Dore Gold one of Netanyahus foreign policy advisors and the president of the Jerusalem Center for International Affairs "If Israel were to just reach a standstill agreement for a cease-fire based on what transpired before in a very short amount of time there would be yet another qualitative improvement and that would amount to improvements that pose an unacceptable threat to Israel" As far Netanyahu is concerned what comes after a cease-fire is critical Gold says "In the last few years international organizations and governments have pressured Israel to allow Gaza to import larger quantities of cement so that houses can be built new schools can be established hospitals can be constructed It turns out that this was used for attacks against Israeli targets" Gold says "Therefore the demilitarization agreement is needed to address this problem to ensure that Hamas doesnt use this concrete to make tunnels" He gave a worst-case scenario from modern history In the 1970s the South Koreans discovered that the North Koreans had built a series of infiltration tunnels under the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between the two countries with plans to use them for attacks "These tunnels are not of that width or size but the principle exists that with tunnels you could have 1000 or 2000 terrorists behind Israeli lines" Moreover he says the 1993 Oslo Accords envisioned a demilitarized Palestinian state with light arms for police and security forces "Twenty years ago no one ever imagined rockets that could hit Tel Aviv would be embedded in a self-governed Palestinian entity" But it is difficult to fathom the al-Qassam Brigades the military wing of Hamas agreeing to lay down its weapons or decommission its rockets In their view of the world they are the only Palestinian resistance in the face of Israeli aggression that has led to some 1085 deaths in Gaza since the conflict worsened some three weeks ago Israel has lost 51 people 48 of them soldiers "Hamas and the other Palestinian groups will not give their weapons away This idea came up in 2005 with the Road Map which talked about destroying the infrastructure of terror but it was never implemented" says Mkhaimer Abusada a Palestinian political scientist who studies Hamas at al-Azhar University in Gaza "I dont think thats going to happen unless we are talking about specific issues like the disarmament just of long-range rockets or making Hamas stop digging tunnels between Gaza and Israel Thats a very difficult task to do Unless Israel can manage to do it in the course of the war whos going to do it The UN? E-cigarettes is a subject the public health community is uncharacteristically split on. Ruben Arslan, Jonathan, has rubbished claims that the President’s wife, covering national news with an emphasis on health.
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