twit, twit, maybe peer was over par? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • dana
    • 20.02.10 | 04:34 (IST)

    so, apparently, a couple of overweight tennis-costumed bearded mafiosi are giving real tennis a bad name. maybe the mossad should have hired peer to carry out the deed, which she no doubt could have done, without needing 15 accomplices to murder one unarmed, unguarded man. OTOH, maye peer should sue the israeli embassy, which seems as hapless as it's country's hit-men, for giving Tennis a bad name. Or for bringing her bad luck. Why, she could have the tournament if not for the distraction! Yet, another thought - I trust it wasn't Israel's somewhat lackluster tennis assoc. that helped dress the murderers with appropriate garb. At the very least, they should have encouraged them to actually swing a racket and get on a treadmill, so as to look the part. Still, from the pictures of the mossad boss - who even looks the part of a Don, it appears that ship-shape is not a priority....godfather indeed. congrats israel for making it clear to olehs that their passport details could be farmed.

    from the article: Israel embassy sets U.K. a-Twitter over 'second Dubai hit'
    First published 10:43 19.02.10 | Last updated 23:36 19.02.10
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