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Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Defense Minister Peretz whined today that Israel can’t retaliate against the Palestinians for hitting S’derot, because then the Palestinians will hit Israel back even harder. Surreal.

Peretz is going to be have to be dragged, kicking and screaming, into Gaza. It will happen though. There’s really not going to be much choice very soon, and because of the disengagement, it’s going to be much, much, much more costlier than it would have been last year.



"Thank you sir, may I have another."

But hands down, nothing Amir Peretz can say will beat Shimon Peres' statements today:

"I don't understand what the hysteria is about. Kiryat Shmona was shelled for years."

And the even better:
"Our response is causing the other side to strike."

My G/d. I live in Chelm.

5 comments:

Oleh Yahshan said...

Peretz is in way over his head... I am just waiting for him to declare a strike in the army until the Palestinians stop all the Kassams...

Anyways... how can he take care of Kassams - he has more importnat things to deal with... like Taking apart Jewish Houses...

rockofgalilee said...

You've been living here for how many years and you're just realizing that Chelm really exists?

Anonymous said...

Peres is no dreamer, he is a Jerk.

Is he aware of the fear of a baby or child, hell even of an adult of a rocket hitting them?

Is he aware of property destroyed? Business that were forced to close?

Innocent lives murdered by these rockets?

Peres- Your a JERK.

Mike

mosheshmeal said...

The Sderot ppl need some serious help with their P.R.

Imagine what Baruch Marzel would be doing if it was his town.

Mad Zionist said...

I commented on this at my site, too, Joe. I thought I almost heard Peres say, "let them eat cake", too.

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