A Ship named " Mary" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • anonymous
    • 22.07.10 | 05:12 (IDT)

    This ship was christened "Mary" according to YaLiban; Mary was the mother of Jesus' Mariam being arabic for Mary. Why was this ship christened "Mary"? Why a ship of women? Because, the women thought that no one would attack a ship of women; today, because of women's liberation, women can suffer the same fate as men. Sorry to disappoint them. Also, the ship is being sent to Cyprus because Israel is considered an enemy? How is Lebanon going to allow it to go to Gaza? Ladies, grow up, women's liberation is here to stay. Women are going to be treated as equals, esp. if they fight as soldiers, etc. A great debate went on here in the USA as to whether women should be allowed in the combat front lines in the army. They are serving there now. Many women are also suicide bombers today; so women cannot be trusted not to be terrorists. Women, don't be so naive. Men, keep these women at home before they get hurt.

    from the article: Israel launches campaign to halt Lebanon flotilla bound for Gaza
    First published 02:04 22.07.10 | Last updated 02:04 22.07.10
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