#85, Khalid, on assymetry - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Cipora Julianna Kohn
    • 15.05.06 | 05:21 (IDT)

    You just keep repeating your mantra about the Warsaw Ghetto. I keep trying to educate you. But how can one educate a professional propagandist, mascarading as a journalist, an immortal one at that? If your wonderful Hamas will recognize Israel, accept previous agreements signed by the PLO, and renounce terror, then maybe you will all become immortal on the spot. Until then, all you achieve is an altermondist, ridiculed, desperate, hopeless population, which knows not what the future will be like. Now this is the difference with the Ghetto: everyone in the Ghetto knew that they were facing certain death, regardless of anything they did. Most of the half million people in the Ghetto had already died of hunger, or had been exterminated in the camps, and the few thousand that were left, decided that they would die fighting, since all of the children had been taken away already. You, and your brethren, know nothing about "assymetry," only about calculated, cold-blooded murder.

    from the article: Game theory
    First published 00:00 14.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 14.05.06
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