Friday briefs

Awesome! The Mossad takes out a major Hamas murderer: Looks like the man who planned the kidnapping and murder of two IDF solders (among other murders) is now receiving his 72 raisins. His brother says he was electrocuted by someone holding an “appliance” to his head. Uh-huh. Must be one of those Zionist Death Rays we keep reading about. The AP reports that he was poisoned, electrocuted, and strangled with a pillow, not necessarily in that order. Regardless of the cause of death, a major terrorist is now pushing up daisies. And that’s a win. And oh yeah, Hamas is hot on the Mossad assassins’ trail. Try not to be too worried.

Profits trump politics: The Palestinians are upset with the French because two French companies are building the light rail system that runs from Jerusalem to outlying suburbs like Pisgat Ze’ev. They want the French government to pressure the companies to stop the rail line. Sure, because the French aren’t, say, trading with Iran or anything like that. Hey, good luck with that hissy fit, Palestinians. I’m sure it will all work out just swell.

We really, really really mean it this time! Following Obama’s toothless statement that Iran is increasingly isolated, Hillary Clinton stated even more forcefully that the U.S. is going to “apply greater pressure.” Wow. I can’t wait to see what happens after those two remarks! Iran must really be scared now!

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2 Responses to Friday briefs

  1. Alex Bensky says:

    You just wait, Meryl, you just wait.Even as i write the lights are burning in the White House as the president and his advisers prepare to hurl at the tyrannical Iranian regime…a very, very sharply worded note, including the threat that if they don’t come around they won’t get to join the “community of responsible nations,” an aspiration which no doubt transfixes the mullahs.

  2. Jeff says:

    The only way the Obama strongly worded note causes Iran any discomfort is if it was delivered in the form of a paper airplane with a sharp point.
    I mean, somebody could lose an eye, or at least get a paper cut.

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