HOUSES ARE MORE VALUABLE THAN HUMANS
Apparently the prospect of losing the family dwelling is putting a damper on the willingness of Palestinains to blow themselves up. One solution is to blackmail women by attacking their honor. That is apparently the way they got the young mother to become a human bomb. An editorial in an Egyptian government paper has another solution - stop publishing the names of the homocide bombers. That way, Israel will not know whose house to blow up.
"We ask again, why do the various Palestinian organizations insist on publishing the name of everyone who carries out a martyrdom operation against the Zionist entity?. . .
"Even if during [a martyrdom operation] civilians or children are killed - the blame does not fall upon the Palestinians, but on those who forced them to turn to this modus operandi.
"But at the same time, we wonder about the reason for publishing the names of those who carry out the [martyrdom] operations; [this publishing] is a valuable gift that the Palestinian resistance gives the Zionist entity, since as soon as it receives this gift, the armies of the [Zionist] entity hasten to the home of the martyr's family, wounded by the loss of its son, in order to multiply its pain by destroying its home. Moreover, the home of the martyr's family is always destroyed negligently, causing serious damage to or the collapse of the neighbor's home.
We must keep the neigbors happy!
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