'We need peace' - a typical call's transcript

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August 29, 2008 09:58

 
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A conversation typical of the ones witnessed by our correspondents: Gaza: "Hello, how are you? I hope you are fine." US: "How may I help you?" Gaza: "Give me two minutes. I am here, living in the Gaza Strip, in Palestine. As you know, we live here in a miserable situation and we need peace, necessarily. We are a group making the US people to elect Senator Obama. We think he is a man of peace, so please kindly support us by electing Senator Obama." US: "Which organization are you with?" Gaza: "I am not with an organization. I live here in the Gaza Strip in miserable situation. You will elect Senator Obama, or what?" US: "My plans are to vote for Senator Obama, yes" Gaza: "Okay, I am very happy now."

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