Shtrassler's twisted logics... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Eugene
    • 21.03.06 | 18:28 (IST)

    Shtrassler should be sent back to the middle school to study geography and logics before he writes anything again (high school will be too demanding for him at this stage). First, he parrots the Arab propaganda about settlement blocks preventing the "viable Palestinian State". He should first study the maps of Denmark, the United States, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, etc. to substantiate his claim that territorial contiguity is a nessesary condition for viability of the state. Second, he makes a ridiculos claim that expansion of settlements is a sole reason for widening of social gaps. The fact that two coincide in time does not make one the reason for the other. It's like proving that cocorouche's ears are in his legs: put it on the table and knock the table, the cocorouche will run. Then cut its legs off and knock the table again: the cocorouch will not run. Therefore, cocorouchs' ears are in his legs. This is an essesnce of Strasslers' "economy".

    from the article: The ashes on the prophets' eyes
    First published 00:00 21.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 21.03.06
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