HolyCoast: Palestinians Demand Respect While Admitting They're Only Worth 1/1000th Of an Israeli Soldier

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Palestinians Demand Respect While Admitting They're Only Worth 1/1000th Of an Israeli Soldier

You'd think the Palestinians would have some real self-esteem problems if they're willing to trade 1,000 of their people for one Israeli soldier:
Israel revealed for the first time today it is ready to release nearly 1,000 Palestinian prisoners to secure the freedom of Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier held captive in Gaza.

The government said it was preparing for the possible release of 450 prisoners, whose names were proposed by Hamas, in the first stage of what would be Israel's biggest prisoner swap in more than 20 years. Once Shalit, who was captured near Gaza in June 2006, was freed then another 530 prisoners, whose names will be chosen by Israel, would be released. Although the approximate figures have been known for several weeks, this was the first time the government has officially confirmed the size of the deal and suggests real progress has been made towards a prisoner swap.
IMAO adds this:
With 1000 Palestinian prisoners being traded for Shalit, a commenter suggested we refer to Palestinians as "milli-Jews".
Well, at least it's 1,000 less terrorist mouths that Israel has to feed.

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