Several Palestinian militants who either fled or were expelled by Israel have returned to Gaza via the recently re-opened Rafah border crossing. The entry of as many as 15 members of Hamas, including one of its founders, has angered Israel. Israeli Defence Minister Shaul Mofaz has warned his government will close two crossings it controls if militants continue to enter via Rafah. The crossings into Israel are vital for trade between Gaza and the West Bank. The Hamas members allowed to return via Rafah include one of the group's founders, Ahmed al-Malah, and Fadel Zahhar, a brother of Hamas leader in Gaza, Mahmoud Zahhar.THIS IS A DIRECT VIOLATION OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOI AND THE PA IN WHICH THE PA PROMISED THEY WOULDN'T LET THEM BACK INTO GAZA.
THERE MUST BE RETRIBUTION FOR THIS. I THINK TARGETED ASSASSINATIONS OF EVERY HAMAS LEADER, AND A FEW FATAH LEADERS FOR GOOD MEASURE.