Terrorism Tourism (Or: What to do near Gaza on a Friday morning.)

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  1. I served in and around Gaza half a dozen times in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including in Gaza City. Back in those days, we were generally billeted in tents in lightly guarded camps, even within the city. We felt comfortable walking patrols.
    This was not just a pre-Oslo phenomenon. The commanding general of the Southern Command had taken a hard line with troublemakers and quiet was maintained. That general was Ariel Sharon – when he was still Ariel Sharon.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Yes. That is an important point. More important than so many people think. So you are saying that either the Gazans who just want to live their lives have to do something about where their leadership is leading them, or we have to be strong enough to impose law and order.

  2. I remember in the mid 80s having humous on the beach, but would gladly cut them off from all electricity, water & supplies until we get the bodies back

  3. Very thankful the kite did not explode. How come you didn’t consider reporting it to an army base?

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