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Thursday, December 06, 2007


 

A grammar lesson


All those people who always talk about how Iran is threatening to attack Israel? They really need to stop confusing the subject and the predicate:
Israel has warned Iran to either co-operate with the West over its uranium enrichment program or face military action.
From the same article, a bit of heart-warming news:
AN Israeli cabinet minister has canceled a trip to Britain out of concern he could be arrested on war crimes charges, an aide said yesterday.

Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter, a former head of the Shin Bet domestic intelligence service, was to have taken part in a conference on Middle East peacemaking but backed out on the advice of Israel's Foreign Ministry, the aide said. Mr Dichter was among the planners of the 2002 assassination of Hamas commander Salah Shehadeh in an Israeli air strike on the Gaza Strip.

The operation also killed 14 Palestinian civilians.


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