Monday, August 15, 2005
Disengage, final part.
Final thoughts from Israel, because now that it's actually underway, the news media is starting to get it right. Heard again from the Israel's Ministry of Foriegn affairs who said that the bulldozed rubble will be used as part of a new port that the Palestinians plan to create. I don't know what that means... do they intend to throw it in the sea to raise up the level of the sea bed? Additional reporting from MSNBC.com also note that the razing of the settlements will provide space for high-rise housing to help some of the dire overcrowding in the Gaza Strip. Here's hoping that this does lead to a slightly more stable Middle East.
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