Palestinians declare "Day of Stupidity" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Brian Cohen
    • 16.03.10 | 11:12 (IST)

    In order to show how much they want peace and to return to the negotiating table, the Palestinians have declared they will send out more martyrs, attack more Israelis, bomb, burn, shoot, and blow up as much as possible. This, of course, will gain the trust of the Israeli public. It also shows the entire world that the Palestinians do indeed want peace with Israel. The riots are in direct support for President Obama, and in honor of the occasion the Palestinians will also refrain for 24 hours from chanting "Death to America". The Palestinians are peace loving people who obey all international laws and treaties. It is only the stupid Israelis who send their women and children on the buses that Hamas blows up, into the restaurants that Fatah blows up, and in front of bombs and bullets that are put there only for zionists, not for Israelis. Egads, and it's not even April 1 yet!!! Come on guys, let's grab some rocks and molotov cocktails and go burn some Israelis to show we want peace!

    from the article: IDF official: Neither Israel nor PA wants violence
    First published 01:57 16.03.10 | Last updated 09:50 31.03.10
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