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February 23, 2006

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"You will see a new Middle East in the way of Hizbullah and Islam, not in the way of Rice and Israel." [H. Safieeddin, Teheran-based Hezbollah lunatic] "Arabs are feielng from Jaffa and Haifa. Bedouin are feielng from the Sharon. Most are seeking [to join up]with members of their family. Villagers are returning to their villages. Leaders are also in flight, most of them are taking their families to Nablus, Nazareth. The Bedouins are moving to Arab areas. According to our 'friends' [advisors], every response to our dealing a hard blow at the Arabs with many casualties is a blessing. This will increase the Arabs' fear and external help for the Arabs will be ineffective. To what extent will stopping transportation cramp the Arabs? The fellahin [peasants] won't suffer, but city dwellers will. The country dwellers don't want to join the disturbances, unless dragged in by force. A vigorous response will strengthen the refusal of the peasants to participate in the battle. Josh Palmon [an advisor to Ben-Gurion on Arab affairs] thinks that Haifa and Jaffa will be evacuated [by the Arabs] because of hunger [D. Ben-Gurion, First Israeli Fuhrer] First law: Objects in motion tend to stay in motion, and objects at rest tend to stay at rest unless an outside force acts upon them; Second law: The rate of change of the momentum of a body is directly proportional to the net force acting on it, and the direction of the change in momentum takes place in the direction of the net force; Third law: To every action (force applied) there is an equal but opposite reaction (equal force applied in the opposite direction) [Isaac Newton, famous closet Arianist with a weirdly Semitic name- no pun intended] Spare us the hypocritical verbiage Simon mio! And I thought you were a chief engineer ...

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