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Israel in expansionist mode again.

Regrettably it is not going to make the day of numerous Arabs and give Gaza direct rule from Jerusalem, but rather there is talk of building an airport on reclaimed land off the coast of TA.

Sounds like it would be quite a feat of engineering: "Our sea is not calm," Danny Kaiser, who was Tel Aviv's city engineer from 2000 to 2005, told the Post. The Mediterranean coast experiences high winds and waves, and reaches great depths, he said. "To build an artificial island, one must have a very good reason".

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Anonymous nomad said... 6:52 am

"To build an artificial island one must have a very good reason."

Self-contained Palestinian homeland maybe??  



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