Don't be so smart as to spray him foul milk in his left ear. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Leandro Nahmías
    • 24.01.12 | 17:06 (IST)

    Once upon a time, under PM Netanyahu, the Mossad wanted to emulate Mel Brooks' CIA, "Get Smart" and assassinate Meshaal in Jordan, not by a bullet or attaching a magnet bomb to his vehicle, but by spraying some toxin into his ear, (Get Smart!) in front of dozens of Hamas sympathizers right in the middle of Amman. Any wonder in not only failed, but led to King Hussein being furious, demanding the antidote, and setting the condition of liberating Ahmed Yassin, who had a hero's welcome in Gaza and led the upsurge of Hamas suicide-bombings over Israeli men, women and children? This time, don't touch Meshaal in Jordan, and don't play creative if you deem it absolutely essential for Israel's self-defense to assassinate a terrorist leader. Heshaal will now buil bridges with the sunni Arab world, after being Iran's poodle. That's why he resigned and got another job assignment by his Iranian patrons.

    from the article: Hamas leader to make historic visit to Jordan
    First published 16:35 24.01.12 | Last updated 16:35 24.01.12
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