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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Graffiti, 'Palestinian' style

Would you like to send a message to the world on the 'security fence' separating Judea and Samaria from the rest of Israel? Now, thanks to a Dutch - 'Palestinian' joint venture, you can, provided that you don't insult the 'Palestinian Authority.'
A new Dutch-PLO business venture launched Sunday will enable Internet users to place messages on the Separation Fence for 30 euros ($43.20) each. The messages will be spray painted on the wall by approximately a dozen Arab youth hired for the purpose by a team of advertisers from the Netherlands.

The Dutch creators of SendAMessage say that any message in English or Dutch may be put up by their graffiti sprayers, as long as it's not "offensive." In fact, payment is in advance, and anyone who defames the PLO or its ideology will not receive a refund. As part of the service, the vandals, some in Abu Dis and some in Ramallah, will take digital pictures of their handiwork for the client.

And you wondered how they would create a 'Palestinian' economy.


At 8:01 PM, Blogger J. Lichty said...

This could be fun:

"Arab terrorism created this wall"

"staged photo rates: 5 sheckels for looking through an antique key; 10 sheckels for crying in my hands; 20 sheckeles for pretending to have been killed by evil Jew."

"Arafat was gay"

"hey check out that sexy goat over there"

"my parents blew up a school bus and all I got was this lousy t-shirt"

"hey Europe, send more money, love the Jew killers"

"Apartheid warning - no Jews allowed"

At 11:00 PM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...

J. Lichty,

Yes, it would be funny except that the 'Palestinian' and Dutch proprietors would likely censor every one of your messages.

But maybe there's an idea here.


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