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Saturday, February 26, 2005

Palestinian Anger?

Charles Johnson notices a certain lack of enthusiasm for the Tel Aviv bombing;

Palestinians expressed anger
Saturday at an overnight suicide bombing in Tel Aviv that killed four Israelis and threatened a fragile truce, a departure from former times when they welcomed attacks on their Israeli foes.


In contrast to the dozens of previous suicide bombings, no celebrations were held in the West Bank on Saturday and militant groups didn't hang the customary posters of congratulations at the bomber's home.

Posted by Kate McMillan on February 26, 2005 in Current Affairs | Permalink


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Fortunately, those who are directly involved in the conflict are less inspired by the faux rage of watching _other_ peoples’ children killed and are giving Abbas a little space within which to work the very difficult business of transition.

Posted by: KevinG | 2005-02-27 1:20:21 AM

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