To start with, a strong appearance of the Palestinian "President":
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said the Palestinian man who shot Temple Mount activist Yehudah Glick would go to heaven as a martyr.So a person who does his best to kill an unarmed Jew, then himself killed in a shootout while resisting arrest by the police, is declared a martyr. And that by the leader of the people we are supposed to make peace with. That's a bit too complicated for me and I have to get my head around it yet...
“With anger, we have received the news of the vicious assassination crime committed by the terrorists of the Israeli occupation army against [your] son Mu’taz Ibrahim Khalil Hijazi, who will go to heaven as a martyr defending the rights of our people and its holy places,” Abbas wrote in a condolence letter sent Saturday to the shooter’s family.
You should close all of your airports and your ports, because there is no place... on the land of occupied Palestine that the resistance’s rockets cannot reach.Ouch... it hurts. I didn't even pay attention to that at first, being rather too focused on the image of dear leader, becoming paler and paler with each televised appearance. The man is really wasting down there in his bunker. Not to mention the peculiar effect the bunker has on his mental health. The tendency to repeat himself endlessly is worrying, I would say.
But all that comes to naught... like huge sea waves speeding toward a rock, only to break apart impotently upon its unyielding surface. Here is that rock:
here is his response:
“In order to avoid any doubt on the matter, Nasrallah the cowardly braggart should know this: that option does not exist for us!,” Katz wrote on his official Facebook page (Hebrew).First of all, there is no need to bury the Lebanese groundhog under any rocks, he is under the rocks already.
“If such a scenario does materialize, we will raze Lebanon to the ground! We will return it to the Stone Age and bury [Nasrallah] under the rocks.”
Secondly... nah, WTF, let it be... have a nice day instead, you all out there.