RanDomino: IsildurWhat it has to lose is exactly the part of my point that you're ignoring -- that Hamas attacks would intensify, not abate.How do you know that, since it's never been tried? Are you a wizard?Anyway, I said there's a chance they might, at least initially, but then drop off rapidly as potential militants decide to get real jobs because all of their friends are getting real jobs and buying flashy cars. Holy farking shiat, imagine what would happen to the Palestinian economy if there was an oil pipeline from Saudi Arabia or Iraq terminating in Gaza City! Everyone would forget about that whole "kill the Jews" thing before you can say "Should I spring for the sunroof?".
RanDomino: Who farking cares about agreements? Israel has absolute unilateral power. It can simply implement a plan that will result in peace.
RanDomino: I never claimed that. I say that their members will become disinterested and they'll struggle for recruits.
RanDomino: Look at Hezbollah, which was considered a bunch of old dorks with guns at the start of 2006
RanDomino: Who farking cares about agreements?
RanDomino: Israel has absolute unilateral power. It can simply implement a plan that will result in peace.
RanDomino: IsildurYou categorically believe that Hamas (and any other Palestinian group) cannot possibly have responsibility for anythingNo, I said they have no power. Respond to what I actually said, rather than trying to make it sound like I said they're blameless. I don't give a fark about who's to blame, just how to end the conflict.
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