Thursday, June 10, 2010

Quick Tip for Bernard Henri-Levi:

Cardamon and Cilantro aren't used to make arms, yet they're banned by the Israeli blockade. So are tubs of margarine.

So don't go on about how "the blockade concerns only arms and the material needed to manufacture them", because unless the Gazans are putting together some incredible Biscuit Bombs, that chien just won't hunt.

You'd think someone like Henri-Levi would be a bit more careful to make sure that his sentences are supportable, all things considered. Of course, since he also used the word "fascislamist" without a trace of irony, that may have been too much to hope. Even so.

Edit: Gideon Levy has a lovely response. 

No comments:

Post a Comment