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The LA Times equates Qassam fire with hands-across-Gaza. Both are "parallel protests."
As Israelis watched nervously from across the border, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip staged parallel protests Monday against the Jewish state, placing a few thousand placard-waving demonstrators along the main highway and firing 11 rockets into Israel.
A human chain is a legitimate form of protest. Qassam rocket fire is not. Can correspondent Richard Boudreaux and readers representative Jamie Gold explain otherwise Yossi Haimov and family?
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the comparision of a human chain, to a rocket is somewhat a stretch and reflective of stupidity. But, then again comparing Gaza to the Warsaw Ghetto (a holding place for taking Jews to the death camps), is much the same. The Jews of Warsaw did not vote in a group that was dedicated to the destruction of Germany and all Germans.