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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Israeli answer and Hamas Math

3. Allan said:

I'm in favor of paying and collecting all debts immediately.

2. Zerach replied:

Perfect math

1.DS commented:

Thanks, very nice, Actually according to this math, we are still owed quite a few thousand dead Hamas terrorists! He was being too politically correct.

A.M. sent this.


In English and Hebrew (בעברית)


"Brilliant"  Reasoning:

You tell me …Proportionate or disproportionate …!?


In an interview, Professor Shalom Rosenberg from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem was asked by the interviewer about the proportionality
whereby only few Israelis were killed and the hundreds of Gazans that were killed; he replied in "sweetness language": "Hamas itself set this proportion.  If Hamas demands to free 1000 terrorists incarcerated in Israeli jails for one Israeli soldier—Gilad Shalit—then they themselves set the "worth rate" that the life of one Israel equals to one thousand Gazans.  If so, this proportionality dictates that
in order to defend one Israeli soldier, we ( Israel ) have to attack terrorists despite the risk of killing hundreds of citizens."

   הברקה"  הסברתית "


פרופסור שלום רוזנברג, מהאוניברסיטה שעברית בירושלים, אמר למראיינת ששאלה אותו בענין המידתיות בין הרוגיה הבודדים של ישראל לבין מאות ההרוגים של עזה כך, במתק לשון:  "חמאס עצמו קבע את המידתיות.  אם חמאס דורש 1000 מחבלים הכלואים בישראל תמורת חייל אחד—גלעד שליט—הרי שהוא עצמו קבע כי חייו של ישראלי שווים לאלף עזתיים.

  אם כך, שורת המידתיות קובעת שבשביל להגן על חייל ישראלי אחד, עלינו לתקוף מחבלים על אף הסיכון בהרג מאות אזרחים.






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