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Friday, February 23, 2007
The Last Amazon has a post about a UK charity setting up an IDT-style telephone call center in Gaza.

Read her article first and then read a support conversation that was recently overheard.


"Hello TBN?

Listen the switch isn't working.

No, I pressed it...yes double-clicked it too.

No, no, don't put me on hold, I'm on a tight schedule here.

Hold on, let me check... yes it's plugged in.

I assume the battery is charged, it's brand new right out of the box.

Wet? I mean I am sweating a lot, and they have the heat on high in this mall I'm in.

Wait a minute. Could you guys keep it down and point those things the other way, I'm on an important call.

Ok I could try - Hey, I asked you guys nicely to not point those things at me, I'm a professional and I have a job to do, Inshallah.

OK, I'll try the remote on the count of 5.

5...4...3... "[BAM]

"Hello TBN?

Yes, I'm in Paradise, but there seems to be a problem.

No, no, the virgins are all here.

No, no the beds and food are fine.

What's the problem? What's the problem!

There are 70 virgins here and one of my body parts is missing."
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