Interview With Naqba Dwarf

Yesterday, Justin used my UNESCO poster for his post on their latest shenanigans.

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It reminded me we have not seen our little friend Naqba Dwarf in a long time. A very long time.

The last time we saw him, he penned a letter to Arab leaders. This followed some answers to questions from Israellycool readers. Since then, his postings have been in very short supply.

I decided to reach out to Naqba through some intermediaries, so we could find out what he’s been up to the past 5 or so years.

Aussie Dave: So Naqba, we have not seen you in any of the newswire photos, or heard from you in a long time. What have you been up to in recent years?

Naqba: Zionist scum, I have been busy in the construction industry.

Aussie Dave: That sounds vague. What exactly do you do?

Naqba: I operate the forklifts! What the $%*! do you think?! I am the one Hamas sends into the tunnels first.  The cannery in the coal mine.

Aussie Dave: Don’t you mean canary?

Naqba: No, cannery. I am actually down their canning foodstuffs for smuggling. In addition to the weapons, cigarettes, Viagra and girlie mags.

Aussie Dave: Sounds like dangerous work.

Naqba: It is, but a veritable safe haven after years of working with Abu Ammar (Yasser Arafat). Being the hyena is no fun.

Aussie Dave: I’m sure it isn’t. Aren’t you afraid of being killed, given you are part of a terrorist organization?

Naqba: I am not afraid of dying. I am more afraid of what happens next. I am not sure I could handle 72. One is already quite a bit for me to handle.

Aussie Dave: Ehh, do you have any parting words for my readers?

Naqba: Yes. Be afraid Zionists. Be very afraid. You can run, but you can’t hide.

Unless you are me.

Boy, can I run. And I hide. Like. A Boss.

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David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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