Friday, January 05, 2007

NY Times: Hamas Leader Tries to Halt Spiraling Violence

One reason I am so informed is that I get almost all my day-to-day information from reading New York Times headlines.

Here's a headline from today's Times that explains a lot:

NY Times: Hamas Leader Tries to Halt Spiraling Violence

"The Palestinian prime minister, Ismail Haniya, called today for an end to the internecine violence in Gaza, a day after members of his own Hama militia surrounded the house of a Fatah commander, killed the man and his bodyguards and seriously wounded his wife and brother."

Normally, I don’t have the time (or need) to read the associated article, but I noticed that, sixteen paragraphs later, the Times explains how Mr. Haniya will accomplish this halting of violence:

"Speaking in another mosque today, Mr. Haniya called for Palestinian guns to be aimed at Israelis, not at other Palestinians."

Well, no kidding! How else can one achieve peace?

The Zionists must be stopped.

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