The synagogue in the former Jewish Gazan town Netzarim now slated by Hamas to become a museum of
death Palestinian “victory”
So as Israel closes off the Gaza border and turns the four former territory crossings into one way international border crossings, we begin to see the new Gaza shaping up.
First on the plate for the Palestinians as they establish their new domain is the urgent business of
creating jobs for their masses enlarging the weapons arsenal. The Israelis estimate that between 1000-2000 Kalashnikovs, countless ammo and some RPGs have been brought across the Egypt-Gaza border since Israel’s departure. Of course, the Egyptians were supposed to prevent any crossborder activity, not to mention any smuggling of weapons, but, well, uh, hmm, they, uh, forgot.
Next, the Palestinians are very big
on improving living conditions and per capita income purveyors of Egyptian women. That’s right, some Palestinians crossed the Hamas created Hole in the Wall ™ to enter Egyptian soil to smuggle weapons, others did it to smell the fresh desert air, and others did it to acquire a wife. It appears they’re cheaper over the fence on the Egyptian side.
We learn a number of things from this important activity. First, we learn that despite the supposedly depressed economic condition of Gaza and its Palestinians, they are considered very well off by Egyptian standards. Second, we learn that sometimes women can be like the family second car. You know, that’s the one you get to run the less important errands. You pay less for it and you expect less from it, but sometimes it surprises you and
gives you better sex than the Palestinian wife becomes your favorite vehicle.Third, we learn that dowries still matter in this part of the world, and what seem like handsome dowries to the Egyptians, appear to be really cheap excellent values in the eyes of Gazan Palestinians. Fourth, and this is the kicker, like those gentile women who have come to appreciate and seek Jewish men, Egyptian women have come to seek out Palestinian men. As one bride pointed out,
she [has] always been dreaming of marrying a Palestinian. “Palestinian men are better than Egyptian men,” the 27-year-old said. “They know how to look after their wives and provide for them a decent living.”
Next, the Palestinians decided that despite years of demanding an international security force between their PA controlled areas and Israel, they believe it is completely unnecessary to have an international force manning the border between Egypt and Gaza.
Minister of the Department of Hypocrisy PA National Security Advisor Jibril Rajoub, has informed reporters that the Palestinians oppose an international force at the border and everything will run smoothly very soon. Inshallah.
Finally, to really show that they can govern themselves, the Palestininians would like to show they are cultured and have decided to build the equivalent of the Louvre, Israel Museum and the Met. The ideal building to house their new national museum, needless to say, is a destroyed synagogue formerly used by Jews, and the Palestinians know exactly what kind of cultural artifacts best represent them. That’s right, we’re talking
Matisse suicide bombing belts, Picasso molotov cocktail bottles, Henry Moore large rocks, and Rodin missiles and rockets.
Now as part of their celebrations over their liberation from the Israelis, Hamas has been trying to assert itself in a number of ways. They are certainly not backing down from future wars. On the contrary, they are publicly crowing about victory and future attacks and victories. They are holding significant parades where they show their lovely green baseball caps and numerous weapons.
We will not rest and will not abandon the path of Jihad and martyrdom as long as one inch of our land remained in the hands of the Jews,” said Raed Saed, a senior Hamas leader in Gaza City, using the Arabic term for holy war.
â€œWe are celebrating our victory in Gaza and now we are headed toward Jerusalem, Nablus, Akko, Haifa, the Galilee and all of Palestine,â€ he said.
â€œSharon, you should know that we will win – the only language spoken will be the language of weapons. We are young people who aspire to die for Allah and for the weapons we are carrying.â€
Some young people seek to study, build a life, have families, and some seek to die for Allah. What can you do. Here’s a picture of a parade and a fighter:
See the hordes behind the brave terrorist? They got me thinking…
But before I tell you what I was thinking, allow me to tell you what Hamas leaders are thinking.
â€œWe will win in Jerusalem and in Palestine, the whole of Palestine,â€ Mahmoud al-Zahar (current leader of Hamas) declared.
â€œWe know our people is expecting us to continue the liberation journey, until the flag of Islam is raised over Jerusalem,â€ he said.
â€œThis is the weapon we used to crush the heads of the Zionist enemies. This weapon is at the service of the people and homelandâ€¦we wonâ€™t use it against anyone, but it must be in our hands because Jerusalem awaits us,â€ he said.
â€œThe Zionist enemy knows no other language aside from the language of fire directed on him by the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades,â€ he said. â€œWeâ€™ll continue to develop our arms industry.â€
Ah yes, another economic engine of growth for the Palestinians, their “arms industry.”
But take a look at the crowd of Hamasniks listening to Al-Zahar.
See that throng, that mass of humanity, all surging forward toward its destiny? Here’s what I was thinking…
Wait, before I tell you what I was thinking, let me show you a relevant work of art. It’s called “Ejaculatio 27” (you have to figure there were 26 before that one) by an artist named R.G. Fuhrer (I kid you not).
Do you see the resemblance?
That’s right, millions of little squirmy things throng forward toward a particular shining
Jerusalem female egg. They propel themselves forward, struggle against their peers for a milimeter here and a milimeter there…
and (stay with me now)…
…end up hitting a
fence and Israeli military prophylactic that makes their journey futile and fruitless. Kinda like in that funny Durex condom commercial.
Yes, today they celebrate a hollow victory. But tomorrow they realize that they’ve been tricked. That’s gonna be one tough border crossing. And getting to Jerusalem? It’s kinda tough to get there when you’re going in the wrong direction. Enjoy your new museum, Hamas, not to mention the Egyptian brides.