17 June 2013

Every silver lining has a cloud!

You know, I'm sure, the phrase "every cloud has a silver lining". Well, let's turn that on its head: "every silver lining has a cloud".

In this case, the silver lining is that Hamas appears to be losing out on its funding and weapons supplies from Iran because of its support for the rebels in Syria. Who says so? Well, according to The Algemeiner, it's Israel's Channel 2.

As a result, "...following Hamas’ conflict with Israel in November, which saw a major depletion in the organization’s weapons stockpile, there is now a shortage of weapons." To say that, as a result, my heart bleeds would be to use British irony so thick that even I would choke on it. Do read the article; it's short and sweet.

Then gloat.

By Brian Goldfarb


SnoopyTheGoon said...

According to our perpetually enraged friend, Hamas and Hizbulla are already "have been holding secret meetings in the suburbs to reconcile differences. They formed a special committee for coordination."

Always amusing to see how concerned he is to pretend that the comity between these two terrorist organizations is always like month of May ... always sunny, never a cloud.

I'd like to see the kind of "understanding" growing out of these negotiations (always assuming they are indeed true and not the product of AbuKhalil's overactive imagination) and at what price. I wouldn't scoff at it, since we know that hatred of Jews is and always has been a powerful unifier of Arabs.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

That true, it will be also interesting to know at what place the negotiations are going on. Just for the catalog, you understand ;-)