It Is Obvious That The Palestinians Will Use Any Elevated Forum & Status To Unfairly Assail Any Israeli Faults & Not Address Their Own - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 27.11.12 | 15:23 (IST)

    A Palestinian State with Fatah, Hamas, et al, will first equate to a Palestinian civil war as was foreshadowed in Gaza when the abusive Hamas Groom slapped and punched his Fatah Bride during their honeymoon even after a marriage made in Mecca itself and kicked her out of the house. Man is still king in the untamed parts of the traditional middle east and any woman who tries to speak for the family will be put in her place. When Haniyeh & Abbas clench and raise their hands together for the cameras notice whose hand envelops and swallows the other. Hamas will also go to the UN along with Abbas but the unsightly wolf with flesh and blood between its teeth will try and hide as an overstuffed animal inside the Fatah Sheep costume on the UN podium hoping nobody will notice.

    from the article: In wake of Gaza flare-up, U.K. could support Palestinian bid at UN
    First published 09:32 27.11.12 | Last updated 09:32 27.11.12
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