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Thursday, November 3, 2011

New Gang of Bloodthirsty Throwbacks Screws Up the State Department Style Guide [Dan from New York]

Dan from New York:

Just when we were getting comfortable with Hamas, out of nowhere comes another Gaza terror organization, Islamic Jihad, who wants to share the spotlight.

Hey, cool uniforms guys!


Reuters, 3 November 2011

Truce with Israel will not last: Islamic Jihad

GAZA — The Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad, which traded deadly fire with Israel over the weekend in Gaza, does not expect a subsequent truce to last long and has at least 8,000 fighters ready for war, a spokesman said...

...While Hamas has recently spent much of its energy on the business of government, Islamic Jihad has kept its focus firmly on the conflict, gaining in prominence and enjoying significant backing from Muslim supporters, including Iran...


The emergence of this group is going to pose a double semantic problem for Obama & Co. How will they be able to describe “Islamic Jihad” without mentioning its name and breaking the rules in the new State Dept. style book?

Now that's what I call SmartPower™!

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