Monthly Archives: November 2006

Eideh Be Worried If I Were You

Piers Akerman has written an opinion piece in The Daily Telegraph, dealing with a worrying political development in Melbourne – an ostensibly pro-Syrian/pro-terrorism/anti-Israel Member of Parliament. Victoria’s Labor Premier Steve Bracks will take his third oath of office in coming ...

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Cat-astrophe

Introducing our latest weapon: Zionist Death Cat.TM Ziggy the cat used up at least one of his nine lives after surviving for 17 days without food on a 2,300 mile voyage that took him from northernIsrael to England.   The ...

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Teddy Bombs

Regular people use them to keep children occupied, but palestinian terrorists are cynically exploiting them for terrorism.   But that’s enough about the grannies. The terrorists are now also using toys. Overnight Friday, IDF Paratroopers and Shin Bet operatives commanded ...

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Terrorism: Just Monkeying Around?

Ahmadinejad explained: A lavishly illustrated “Atlas of Creation” is mysteriously turning up at schools and libraries in Turkey, proclaiming that Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is the real root of terrorism. Arriving unsolicited by post, the large-format tome offers 768 ...

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Look What Sprouted from Brussels

Miss Brussels, Halima Chehaïma, has the cliched beauty queen dream of bringing about world peace. It just happens to involve destroying Israel. (Hat tip: LGF) Last September Halima Chehaïma, the 18-year old daughter of a Moroccan father and a Flemish ...

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Old Bomb

Meet Fatma Omar An-Najar, the latest palestinian suicide bomber. At 57 years of age (or 64, depending on who you believe), she should have been taking out her dentures, instead of trying to take out Israelis. Thankfully, she suffered premature ...

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Deflecting Attention 101

It was only a matter of time that Israel would be accused of assassinating Lebanese Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel. The assassination of Lebanese Industry Minister Pierre Gemayel, who was a member of the March 14 movement, will lead the country ...

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Animals in the Womb

Wow. Using ultrasound, a battery of cameras and computer graphics, imaging experts have created unprecedented television pictures of animals still in the womb.   Fetal dolphins are, apparently, easy to get on camera, but for elephants the procedure is rather more ...

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