The ongoing bombardment, air and land assault by Israeli forces on Gaza has killed almost 500 people and injuring thousands others, many of them innocent civilians, child, women and eldery man who have nothing to do with the firing of rockets into Israel by Hamas, which triggered the more than week long attack by arguably the greatest army in the world.
By military strength, Hamas is no match to Israel.
Since Israel became a country in 1948, the U.S. has given $14.9 billion as at 2006, in military aid.
The total number of Israeli military manpower is 2,936,041 or almost 3 million.
Israel's formidable fighting machine includes an air force in which 85% of the 602 combat aircraft are American-built.
810 of them are highly advanced M-60s Heavy Tanks with a 105 mm main Gun.
The second tale of Gaza or rather Gazza
The second tale of Gaza or Gazza is not in Gaza, but rather in England.
Paul Gascoigne or better known as Gazza was one of England soccer superstar. He helped England reached the semifinal of the 1990 world cup in Italy – the best ever achievement since England became World Cup winner in 1966.
However after retirement, Gazza still hits the headlines of British and world Media because of his addiction to booze and drugs, which nearly killed him.
Even his 12 year old son, Regan, was reported to have said this “If I could wish, I would wish that he would go away from us. He's probably going to die soon” during a TV documentary shown on Channel 4.
But Gazza is determined to end that miserable life of his by staying sober for 1 month already….
We still remember what happened to Northern Ireland and Manchester United football legend – George Best… whose ravishing lifestyles of booze, drugs, girls and rock n roll had finally taken its tool.. Rest in Peace Mr Best..
And that concludes my tale of the Two Gazas….