Says the man who could be squashed like a bug tomorrow... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ronen רונן Newmark
    • 20.06.10 | 17:17 (IDT)

    I guess when Gazan's are supposedly "starving to death" with no food and medicine, the man who leads them speaks with a full stomach brazenly as though his enemy couldn't destroy him tomorrow if they wanted to. While the world and media give more attention to sheep who hold rallies all over the world for a group of people they have no clue about, this man indulges in the protection he gets from it. All while delusionally thinking one day the Hamas charter of Israel's utter destruction will be fulfilled. How lucky is a man who speaks about attacking a nation which can destroy him in about 3 seconds, yet they don't because they're not him?The cockroach shows contempt for the human who won't use the bug spray on him. How ironic...

    from the article: Hamas official: Palestinians should fire at Israel from West Bank
    First published 14:26 20.06.10 | Last updated 14:26 20.06.10
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