"This Hudna is Not Worth the Paper It's Written On"

(Maariv-Hebrew/MSNBC/Reuters) Menachem Rahat and Amir Rappaport - "This hudna is not worth the paper it's written on. It's all nothing more than empty words," Ra'anan Gissin, spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, said Tuesday after it became clear that Islamic Jihad was responsible for the attack Monday in Kfar Yavetz. The terrorist had crossed the "green line" near Tulkarm in an area where there is still no separation fence. Then he entered a house through the unlocked front door, saw Mazal Afari sitting in the living room, and blew himself up.

2003-07-09 00:00:00

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