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Posted: Jan 18 2008, 08:28 PM
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My Jewish controlled.... 'er I mean Zionist controlled... 'er I mean Zion Nazi (they're all the same species) controlled news media fails to report on all of the atrocities that the Israliens inflict on the hybrid natives of Earth.

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Israeli air strike 'destroys Gaza ministry'
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The Hamas-run interior ministry building in Gaza was destroyed by an Israeli air strike today, witnesses said.

Israeli missiles also hit two cars in Gaza City, wounding at least 20 people, Palestinian medical workers told Reuters.

The interior ministry has been vacant since it was damaged in a July 2006 air strike but is situated in a residential area. Witnesses said several civilians were injured.

The reported attacks came as Israel closed its border with Gaza after weeks of clashes between its forces and Islamist militants.

Authorities said the decision was taken after southern Israeli towns near Gaza saw an increase in Palestinian rocket attacks over recent weeks.

The violence has weakened the likelihood of a peace deal being reached by the end of the year - a goal set by the US president, George Bush, during his visit to the region last week.

On Tuesday, the son of a leading Hamas ruler and 18 other Palestinians died in an anti-rocket strike launched by Israel, drawing the group - which had previously abstained from direct involvement in attacking south Israel - into the fighting.

Today, four rockets fell on Israel, with one hitting the town of Ashkelon, population 120,000.

In Sderot, a southern Israeli town that is a target for Gaza militants, a rocket fell near a day care centre, damaging the building. No injuries were reported.

In retaliation, Israeli aircraft fired on rocket launchers in northern Gaza, killing two Palestinians, Hamas said.

One of the dead was a Hamas militant who had just fired rockets, and the other was a 17-year-old civilian - apparently an onlooker - Hamas security officials said. The Israeli army confirmed the strike.

"It's time that Hamas decide to either fight or take care of its population," the Israeli defence ministry spokesman, Shlomo Dror, said.

"It's unacceptable that people in Sderot are living in fear every day and people in the Gaza Strip are living life as usual."

The Israeli defence minister, Ehud Barak, gave no date for reopening the border, but 20 food trucks that had been scheduled to cross into the small coastal territory today were barred.

Because the crossings are routinely closed on Saturdays - and Israel's defence spokesman indicated that they would not be opened on Sunday morning if the rocket fire continued - Gaza's 1.4 million inhabitants look likely to be without food for the weekend.

The UN agency in charge of Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, condemned the closure. "This can only lead to the deterioration of an already dire situation," spokesman Christopher Gunness said.

Guinness said the closures "can only lead to the further radicalisation of a depressed and demoralised people".

The agency's leading official in Gaza, John Ging, said Israel had informed his office that the crossings would be closed for a few days.

On a normal working day, 120 trucks carrying food and humanitarian supplies entered Gaza, Ging said.

Dror said Gazans had enough food. "There will not be a humanitarian crisis in Gaza," he said.

Israeli officials would meet early next week to reassess the situation and decide whether to reopen the routes, he said.

Sami Abu Zuhri, a Hamas spokesman, said Barak's decision was "part of the ongoing Israeli escalation and aggression policy against our people".

Palestinians have had to live with erratic supplies of food and basic products under an Israeli siege imposed when the militant Hamas group came to power in June. Israeli fuel supplies to Gaza have also been cut back.

At least 30 Palestinians have been killed since the violence escalated on Tuesday. Most were armed militants.

The Israeli military said Hamas and other groups had fired more than 150 rockets and mortars since Tuesday. The strikes caused no serious injuries.

The Israeli prime minister, Ehud Olmert, said Israel would not tolerate the rocket attacks and vowed to strike at militants "without compromise, without concessions and without mercy".

Israel's operations have drawn condemnation from the moderate Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas - Israel's partner in the peace talks who has ruled only the West Bank since Hamas seized power in Gaza.

Early today, Israeli troops in the West Bank town of Nablus killed a wanted Palestinian militant from the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed group tied to Abbas's Fatah movement, medical officials said. The military confirmed the raid.

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It's always a sobering thought, as I sit here in my flat, to recall that somewhere, right now, someone is firing a gun at another person because their government ordered them to.



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Posted: Jan 18 2008, 09:56 PM
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as I stuff my face with Oreos, Chips Ahoy, donuts and Ding Dongs, I think about the children who eat one bowl of rice or beans a day and go to bed hungry every night.

Lame joke...I hardly eat any of that crud.




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