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Thursday, June 05, 2008

1300 liters of sulfuric acid confiscated at roadblock Condi wants opened

The IDF found 1300 liters of sulfuric acid in a truck stopped for inspection at yet another one of those terrible 'roadblocks' that infringes on the 'freedom of movement' of the 'Palestinian people' on Thursday. This time, the roadblock was in Kalkilya, less than one kilometer (0.6 miles) from the large Jewish town of Kfar Saba. Kalkilya and Kfar Saba face each other on opposite sides of the 'green line.'

Sulfuric acid is used in - you guessed it - bomb making.

The World Bank (which has blamed Israel's 'roadblocks' for the collapse of the 'Palestinian economy') was not available for comment.

Hat Tip: Arutz Sheva.

/Give the 'Palestinians' 'freedom of movement' so they won't 'suffer' from 'poverty' any more.


At 5:21 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

This may be an opportunity for Israel (diplomatically) to tell Condi to buzz off. This would test the sincerity of President Bush's recent speech to the Knesset.

At 7:14 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Palestinians are not interested in freedom of movement to develop their economy. They want it to export terror. Who can blame Israel for not wanting to let them move lethal wares likes sulfuric acid around without detection? Its time Israel told Clueless Condi and the State Department to mind its own business.


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