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The three Palestinian militant groups responsible for abducting of Corporal Gilat Shalit addressed – as “Military Communique 3” – Israel an ultimatum, giving until Tuesday 6 a.m. to release Palestinian prisoners or “pay the consequences”. The groups have underlined that as by that time they did not hear from Israel any news they would consider the abduction of Gilad Shalit a “closed case”. Israeli establishment had considered till this morning a deal by releasing Palestinian prisoners who have not been directly involved in “terrorist” activities. With regard to this, IDF said they would never release prisoners “with blood on their hands” and, on the contrary, it was possible to think they were willing, among a wider deal, to free those captured under the “Prevention of terrorism ordinance” (such as Hamas ministers and members of the Palestinian Legislative Council, just held in jail, as well as other security prisoners for minor offenses such as belonging to terrorist organizations). In the issue, in order to make a draft of the deal, were involved the defense minister Amir Peretz and IDF chief of staff Dan Halutz. The latest news is a full stop, Israeli rejected the ultimatum. Nonetheless in the draft they had made provision for a so called “sleep balance” between Sderot and Gaza saying that “if the children of Sderot can’t sleep due to fear of Qassam rockets, Israel will disrupt the sleep of Gaza children”. That’s it. On the subject we must emphasize that the standard of the dispute (forget any other historical, practical, humanitarian, strategic, overwhelming problem) and the level of the choices made or anyway spread by the parties, are – or at least appear – extremely rough. (Source of the news, Ha’aretz)


Written by pipistro

July 3, 2006 at 3:24 pm

Posted in Palestine

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  1. good post informative for me.


    Afghan LORD

    July 8, 2006 at 5:30 am

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