It’s rocketing it’s way up the charts. With a bullet.
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Tags: Gaza, Music, Palestinian, Terrorism
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I don’t know what picture is up there (blocked at work), but I’m was listening to Kol Baramah (basically Shas’ radio station) and after a converstation with army spokesment puncuated with sirens and warnings, they played some Hebrew song for peace, using the Arabic word (salaam, and yes I know it really isn’t) several times. It struck me that it would hard to find such a thing in another country at war; a station strongly supporting the was playing a song for peace and using the enemy’s language.
Kinda catchy. Has just a hint of Lou Bega’s “Mombo No. 5.” A little bit of Monica in my life…
I was just thinking how catchy the tune was. Heh.
Vile. Any word re vibe among Arab Israelis?
OK, so they are daring us to strike them hard and kill as many people as possible.
They view our restraint as weakness. They really do.
In a way, it is a weakness. Only the overthrow of the Hamas regime and a lockdown of Gaza will stop the rockets.
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