Friday, July 23, 2004

Joseph Farah gladdens my heart

Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily has a good article on Arafat. People seem to wonder about what to do when he dies, where he should be buried and crap like that.

Farah makes a good point that he should be dead first, and that this most desirable condition is long long overdue:
Secondly, Israel should not fear Yasser Arafat in death any more than it feared him when he was alive. He's a 74-year-old whose hands and lips tremble, probably from advanced Parkinson's disease. Even in this state of debilitation, this monster who claims he wants to die a martyr still continues to train little children to do his dirty work and straps bombs on healthy young men in the prime of life to blow themselves to smithereens among any gathering of civilian Jews.
Read it all.


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